I am not very lucky at lotteries. Though I have won a Pax Mount once a while ago, I have never won a class mount. However I console myself with the thought that the majority of players don’t win one either, so I’m no exception to the rule. This means that if I want a class mount for my character, I have to buy it. I liked the Runekeeper horse when it came out, but because at this time I am not levelling my RK actively, I wasn’t sure if I really wanted to invest my TP into this horse at this point. However, since these class mounts are only offered for a limited time, and many months may go by before they become available once more, I decided to get it now, and I love it! It inspires me to continue a bit more with my RK again!
The perfect match to this steed is the Rivendell Elven Dress. Dyed grey it closely matches the colour of the steeds’ tack. I matched it with minstrel shoulders that can only be bartered for if you have PvMP rank 3, but these can easily be replaced with something else. The new Isengard instance shoulders for example are a good substitute here. I’ve also tried dying the shoulders and runesatchel in sea-blue. This brightens up the outfit considerably and is a good match as well, though not as close as grey. You can place your runesatchel in the wardrobe and dye it in any colour you like.
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: Turquoise Summer Circlet, default dye (gift-boxes, cosmetic)
Shoulders: Pauldrons of the Wandering Bard, grey dye (Ettenmoors minstrel barter, rank 3)
Chest : Long-sleeved Elven Dress, grey dye (Rivendell kindred reputation, cosmetic)