* In english, the term "Easter Bunny" predominates over the literal translation "Easter Hare", so that the figure is often understood as a rabbit.
In Easter customs, the Easter bunny is an imaginary hare who paints eggs at Easter and hides them in the garden. The Easter eggs are searched for by the children on the morning of Easter Sunday.
As far as is known, the Easter Bunny is mentioned for the first time in 1682. The Easter Bunny was also spread outside Europe by German-speaking emigrants. He has gained a certain popularity in the USA in particular. In Germany, similar to the Christmas post office at Christmas time, there are also three places at Easter where letters to the Easter Bunny are answered.
Why does the Easter Bunny bring eggs if he can't lay any?
***The hare is a symbol of fertility and birth. It is also a messenger of spring and can usually be found in the woods and meadows at the first warm rays of spring sunshine. Because these two components meet, the hare is a symbol bearer for Easter.
***Another variation on the origin of the hare is about the failed Easter bread. Traditionally, Easter bread was baked in the shape of a lamb. But a legend tells that in the oven the Easter lamb became deformed and finally looked like a hare. Thus the Easter bunny is said to have established itself.
***Another story tells of the Easter egg hunt. Even in the past, adults hid Easter eggs for the children. The Easter bunny was invented to explain how the eggs got into the nests: Bunnies hop so nimbly that you can't see them well. The Easter Bunny was not always known everywhere: In some areas, the rooster, cuckoo, stork or fox also brought Easter eggs.
Easter is coming soon, I wanted to have some fun and created two bunny outfits. The inspiration was a retro bunny couple deco figure (https://i.imgur.com/sdqIz0V.jpg
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Armor Dyes: https://i.imgur.com/HYi1tC8.jpg
In collaboration with morv (https://gw2style.com/profile.php?id=19734
) as a Easter bunny (female)