I’m enjoying another week off work and find myself with lots of time to play Lotro, as there isn’t much else to do around here at the moment. I am levelling my lore-master and at level 55 she is still questing in Eregion! My aim is to do as little Moria as possible this time around, as I already took two characters through it and am not a big fan of the mines, so I’m trying to level as close to 56 as possible, then do all the Volume II books, and then move on to Lothlorien. On the road, she wears appropriate attire.
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: Traveller’s Hood, burgundy dye (Lotro store exclusive, cosmetic)
Chest : Rugged Adventurer’s Robe, burgundy dye (Lotro store exclusive, cosmetic)
Shoulders: Pauldrons of the Wandering Bard, burgundy dye (Ettenmoors barter, minstrel rank 3) *edit 2013*: now only drops from Hobbit Presents
Hands: Leather Bracers of the Gentle Stag, burgundy dye (Dunland quest reward, light)
Feet: Brushed Leather Boots, white dye (skirmish, cosmetic)
I’ve never seen that robe look so good before!!
I totally agree. This is the best I’ve seen this robe look.
The robe looks good in that colour. 🙂
I think those shoulders look the same as the Watcher ones for Minstrel? I’m not sure if those might be easier to obtain for folks who don’t PVP? 🙂
There is a slight colour difference, but the design is the same as the Watcher shoulders. Whether or not that is easier to obtain depends on one’s focus in the game of course. I got these shoulders pre-Update 5, when bartering for items without the rank was still possible.