Drawing down the Moon is an ancient pagan ritual in which the power of the moon, which is representative of the feminine energy, is invoked.
The cloak in this outfit has a beautiful moon and several hues of blue as base colours. When I picked it I knew I wanted to use it in a moon-ritual outfit, but it was not so easy to combine it with the right complementary colours. In the end I settled on rust as I like how it gently contrasts the blues. Truth be told I did not pick this cloak for its stats as might and agility were of absolutely no use to me, but I really wanted to have it for its cosmetic value.
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Head: Hood of Night, indigo dye (Halls of Night instance barter reward, cosmetic)
Chest : Robe of the Learned Stag, navy dye (Dunland quest reward, light)
Shoulders: Padded Mantle of the Dunland Soothsayer, indigo dye (Dunland quest reward, light)
Hands: Leather Bracers of the Gentle Stag, indigo dye (Dunland quest reward, light)
Feet: Embroidered Shoes of the Dunland Healer, navy dye (Dunland quest reward, light)
Back: Hoh-Dreng, rust dye (Vol.III, Book 4 reward)
amazing outfit and amazing story behind it! 🙂
This just made my Pagan self happy. 🙂 That outfit is awesome!
You took screens from the perfect angle aswell, the story is well portraited here.
Off to finish my bath;) cu online!
All these lovely dresses make me regret only having one girl character! I guess this might work for a male too.
I like it! I wish I hadn’t thrown my Hoh-dreng away.
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