I am not posting this outfit because I think it’s so original, because it definitely is not. Everyone who has done the Dunland quests has kept at least the chestpiece and the helmet and I see it used very frequently. However I did decide to post it because of this cloak. This “Specialist’s Cloak” is available from the Skirmish vendor for some 4,500 skirmish marks, and there are not many players willing to part with that many marks for a level 65 cloak. However, the Rise of Isengard expansion has seen a cloak design revival of sorts; random drops that repeat a cloak pattern that used to be a bit harder to acquire before the expansion. The cloak you see here is one of those drops, and instead of 4,5k skirmish marks it cost me only 200 silver. I think it’s one of the cloaks that is a perfect match to this chest and head piece, so now my champion is dressed up as my knight in shining armour (my real life knight however, wears a tweed overcoat instead of a cool cloak, and carries an iPhone instead of a sword, but oh well… 😉 ).
If you want to know where a certain armour piece or cosmetic comes from, you can look it up in the Lorebook, by typing its name into the search box. You can equip any piece of armour cosmetically through the wardrobe, even armour that is not meant for your class or level.
Head : Polished Helmet of the Dunland Shieldman, white dye (Dunland quest reward, heavy)
Chest : Polished Hauberk of the Dunland Shieldman, white dye (Dunland quest reward, heavy)
Shoulders: Shoulders of the Westfold, default dye (RoI pre-order cosmetic)
Hands: Cured Barnavon Hunter’s Gauntlets, white dye (Dunland quest reward, medium)
Feet: Boots of the Charging Stag, white dye (Dunland quest reward, heavy)
Back: Cloak of Fate, white dye (world drop level 75)
Horse: White-clad horse of the Gap (RoI pre-order mount)