The Rangers of the North, also known as the Dúnedain of the North, were the descendants of the Dúnedain from the lost kingdom of Arnor. They were Men, and one of the Free Peoples of Middle-earth. They patrolled the boundaries of Eriador and were by necessity skilled with the sword, bow, and spear.
I am immersed in all things Yuletide and enjoying my activities both online and in real life. I have dressed most of my characters in winter attire, finding different uses and combinations for the Yule cosmetics. The boots and gloves in this outfit cannot be dyed, so they have very limited use, but they do reflect that warm, comfy feeling that I want to see in a winter outfit. I think they look best on a man or dwarf.
I get a lot of use out of the Shoulderguards of the Northern Sky. They match with nearly everything, look great on all races and fit a variety of styles.
I wish you all peace and comfort this week, wherever you are. Have a wonderful Yuletide!
Head: Woodland Ranger’s Hood, black dye (reward Vol.III interludes)
Shoulders: Shoulderguards of the Northern Sky, black dye (Yule Festival cosmetic)
Chest: Ornate Winter Jacket and Trousers, sienna dye (Yule Festival cosmetic)
Hands: Storvâgûn’s Spare Gloves, cannot be dyed (Yule Festival Festivity Tokens)
Feet: Storvâgûn’s Spare Boots, cannot be dyed (Yule Festival Festivity Tokens)
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