Finally got my first mark from the Inn of the Forsaken! The instance is a lot of fun, but not when you have to do it over and over just because you get unlucky on the drop. There’s not many groups going, so I ended up doing the last three rounds solo on level 20, which is not really a challenge once you know the instance. Nevertheless, mission accomplished, I got my first cloak! Knowing my obsession with all things cosmetic I will probably do the instance again until I have all three. 😉
I wish I could really dive for those treasure chests….
Chest: Shining Dwarf Steel Jacket, navy dye (world drop)
Head: Black Corsair Eyepatch, default dye (festival gift box)
Hands: Gloves of the Helmingas, default dye (Isengard pre-order)
Legs: Rough Cloth Leggings, umber dye (crafted)
Feet: Boots of the Eorlingas, default dye (Isengard pre-order)
Back: Dusty Seafarer’s Cloak, navye dye (Inn of the Forsaken barter)
Clever use of the mail shirt!
Wow! Amazing 🙂
A similar looking chest piece can be bought at the heavy armor smith in Thorin’s Hall; it’s a piece for level 41/44.
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Great look! I know this is an old post, but in case you never did get all three cloaks – you can get them at the skirmish camp too 🙂
Well, the skirmish camp is the only place to get them. Then and now. The only difference between the time of the blogpost and today’s situation is that it doesn’t require any specific instance medallions anymore. Those have been removed from the game and replaced by generic marks and medallions.