Cosmetic Lotro

Entwash recital



It seems like ages ago now, but back in October my blog was part of the Charity Auctions organized by Casual Stroll to Mordor. The first auction was won by Tuiliel and her outfit “Lady of Streams” was posted shortly after. The second auction was won by Tiny, a female Elf Minstrel on Elendilmir. I started working on those outfits too but unfortunately the player was out of the country and would have no internet access until January. So I decided to wait until the player returned home and would be able to fire up Lotro once again to try out the outfits.
Tiny confessed to having a fancy for large brimmed hats, and would usually be dressed in hauberks or dresses. Favorite colors were green and purple, and no hoods please! The rest was basically up to me.



Without access to Lotro it was hard to check for availability of items in vault and wardrobe, so I concentrated on items that are relatively easy to access, especially at level cap. The cloak that I used in this outfit, was a unique item at the time when I took these screenshots, and available only from The Great River area as a quest reward. To my delight a cloak with the same appearance now also drops as a BoE item in the new Webs of the Scuttledells instance, so you will be able to find it on the Auction House as Spider-silk Cloak as well. I hope this outfit serves as an inspiration to enjoy playing Lotro again!
Just for the fun of it I made a second outfit for Tiny as well, with a very elvish appearance and definitely no brimmed hat!



Head: Plumed Hat, umber dye (world drop or crafted T6 light armour as Master’s Hat)
Shoulders: Padded Shoulder Pads of the Wold, yellow dye (Rohan quest reward or barter, light armour)
Chest: Robe of the Seven Stars, umber dye (cosmetics vendor Skirmish camp)
Hands: Hale-glofas, yellow dye (Rohan quest reward or barter, light armour)
Feet: Reclaimed Nobleman’s Shoes, umber dye (Great River quest reward, light)
Back: Cloak of the Unwelcome Guest, umber dye (Great River quest reward, light)


  1. lovely outfit! We looted the spider silk cloak the other day – and had about a half hour conversation about how lovely it was, and how beautifully it dyes! We then spent another half hour, dyeing and swapping the cloak between us to put in our wardrobe! I think it will become one of my wardrobe staples (much like the boots of the westfold…) 🙂

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