With all the new Minas Morgul cosmetics coming out and being shown around, this outfit instantly became very “old school”, even though I made it recently. I continue to enjoy older sets and designs, even as time progresses and we are now adding weapon glows to our cosmetic options. I am fine with all those things and I will integrate the Minas Morgul sets into an outfit at some point. Still the more simple and perhaps a tiny bit more realistic and refined Middle-earth fashion is what really appeals to me. Now to be fair, the new armour sets are beautiful, and I am hoping that the new expansion gear will be just as attractive as well.
In the meantime I am left wondering what I should do with the 120 level boost. The idea of using it is appealing, not so much because I would actually play the character, but because I would have an additional character to position for screenshots around higher level areas. So far I haven’t decided which one of my characters will get the boost, because I also enjoy playing my alts at their own level and pace. Maybe a new character altogether? Maybe even a Stout-Axe Dwarf? Decisions, decisions…
For now, I’ve dressed up my male hunter elf in a classic outfit and enjoyed it.
Head: Brilliant Forest Defender’s Mask, Belegaer blue dye (Curator Bree Fountain seasonal vendor)
Shoulders: Shoulders of the Lady’s Defence, dark clay dye (Dâr Narbugud guardian armour, or cosmetic Lalia’s Market)
Chest: Jacket of the Lady’s Discernment, dark clay dye (Dâr Narbugud hunter armour)
Legs: Leggings of the Lady’s Discernment, dark clay dye (Dâr Narbugud hunter armour)
Hands: Gauntlets of the Lady’s Discernment, dark clay dye (Dâr Narbugud hunter armour)
Feet: Lasgalen Spring Dress Boots, default (Spring Festival)
Back: Silvan Quiver (Lotro Store)
Bow: Bow of Unification