Prior my previous post about trying to find an outfit for the Cloak of Evasion I remade my burglar that day and planned to get the Ceremonial Thrill-Seekers Helm from the Skirmish barterer, which was easy now since the exchange system has been changed and I no longer had to do the Rift skirmish 10 times to get the right campaign marks (woot). While playing around in the Wardrobe I noticed the helm still is pretty brown and can’t be made black, so as usual the search began for black and roguish looking cosmetics which had some dark brown on them and lo and behold the Cloak of Evasion had just that when dyed black (basically it’s not really black when dyed, but matches the helm brilliantly in colour).
There are a few bootie options with this outfit, and I went for the quest reward boots with the dagger in them but any soft leather boots will work here. Also, with recent discoveries about the rooftops of Bree, how could I not take a screenshot up there with my shady hobbit burglar? A great alternate for this outfit is Cosmetic Lotro’s Rooftop Runner
Head: Ceremonial Thrill-Seekers Helm [Rift Skirmish Barter]
Shoulders: Fine Grey Company Wrap [Quest Reward Vol lll, Bk5]
Back: Light Cloak of Evasion [Level 75 World Drop] ~Black~
Chest: Hill-Man’s Cracked Leather Jacket [Quest Reward – Dunland] ~Black~
Hands: Spearman’s Singed Leather Gauntlets [Quest Reward – Dunland] ~Black~
Feet: Fine Grey Company Boots [Quest Reward Vol lll, Bk5]
Notes: I’m quite annoyed that lately my screenshots seem to be lacking in quality and having a lot of noise in them, so I’d like to update the screenshots in the last couple posts if I can work out where i’m going wrong, but I think I know why it just means from now on it will take twice as long to get my screenshots but I’ll do it if it means better quality.
Posted by lotrosavvy on January 21, 2012
I thought it was about time I levelled my Minstrel past 65 instead of letting her collect dust, and this blogs name wouldn’t exist without my lovable Minstrel Savanah and…pirates apparently, so I thought I would get more hobbit love onto this forum by posting a few simple dresses and cloaks I love, and due to how simple they really are as you cannot equip gloves and booties with them I figured I’d treat you all and post three outfits in one post! I also really enjoy the outfit with the red cloak for my Human Lore-Master; it feels like something from Red Riding Hood.
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Back: Plain Hooded Cloak [Outfitter – Bree] ~Red~
Chest: Short-Sleeved Summer Dress [Summer Festival Barter] ~Black~
Back: Hooded Cloak of the Mountain Wolves [Store item] ~Olive~
Chest: Elegant Formal Dress [Store Item] ~Olive~
Back: Plain Hooded Cloak [Outfitter – Bree] ~Black~
Chest: Exquisite Short-Sleeved Dress [Anniversary/Festival Gift box] ~Black~
Notes: These dresses can probably be grabbed from the Auction House as well!
Also, for now categories will stay as they are but as I slowly add more human/elf/hobbit combo’s (unsure about Dwarf for the moment, I seriously have to buy more Character Slots and that means I have to wait for the freebie points every month [Lifetime sub]), but I will eventually get around to having categories per race and also for males when I get more slots! Also thinking about a new theme, something larger in width to show off my larger screenshots better and not having to click to enlarge like on this poste.
I’m very happy with these outfits and screenshots so please don’t forget to leave a comment if something caught your eye, I appreciate any feedback negative or positive to improve.
Posted by lotrosavvy on January 6, 2012
Four images for you today, because it’s just a quick update and not much text, plus I couldn’t decide between the last two on which to keep so i’m showing them both! No shoulder piece included in this one because I searched for a good hour or two for the right piece, whether white or green nothing seemed to fit or they had some odd colours on that weren’t included in the rest of the outfit, and there were a lot of clipping issues with it being a hobbit. This outfit also works very well in Crimson/Red so there are two options for you if you’re not a fan of green.
Back: Bearskin Winter Cloak [Yule Festival Reward] ~Rivendell Green~
Chest: Burnished Hauberk of the Dunland Warlord [Quest Reward – Dunland] ~Rivendell Green~
Hands: Leather Gauntlet’s [Medium Armour smith – Esteldin] ~White~
Feet: Ajokoira Shoes [Forochel crafted or Lotro Store] ~Rivendell Green
Posted by lotrosavvy on December 4, 2011