Cosmetic Lotro

The Old Hag’s Cabin

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Despite the rain, I love October and all the spookiness that comes with it. I get in the mood for darker days and ghost stories. While unfortunately the start of the Harvestmath Festival has been delayed and is still a few weeks away, I’m sharing my October outfit this week.

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I have been working on my spooky All Hallows’ Eve house for weeks now, and yet I still feel like it’s not finished (is a house ever finished?). My cabin in Bree used to be my little cottage house, but since the release of Rohan housing everything changed. I purchased two large houses in Rohan and have converted my Bree house into a spooky and mysterious cabin, with scary sounds, frightening beasts and floating furniture. The owner of the house, my loremaster Syve, is obviously up to no good. I guess these darker times of the year brings out the worst in people.

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If you are interested in visiting my spooky cabin, you are most welcome any time. Don’t forget to light the candles and feed the cat if I am not home.

6 Chestnut Street, Withchet, Breeland Homesteads, Laurelin.

(To visit quickly: go to Bree, in front of the town-hall there is a Broker’s Office. Select the Bree-land housing broker and visit Withchet, 5 Chestnut St and cross the street).

Click on the thumbnails to view screenshots of the spooky cabin interior.

 

Outfit:
Shoulders: Fine Camail of Thranduil’s Cunning, black dye (Quartermaster Elves of Felegoth)
Chest: Woven Waistcoat of the Abyss, orange dye (Keeper of Mysteries, light armour)
Legs: –
Hands: Hale-glofas, black dye (reward Vol.III, bk9, ch3)
Feet: Superior Shoes of Bard’s Honour, black dye (Quartermaster Men of Dale)
Pet: Black Cat (Harvest Festival Cosmetic)

8 comments

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  2. Pointy

    Looks amazing. 🙂 I’ve been getting all the potions/alchemy stuff recently and have added the potions table from the festival to the barn in my Rohan house to make an alchemy lab. I might move it all into the cave though, because the rooms are large and to have the stuff in sort of a sensible gathering means there are big empty spaces around. The cave is smaller, and already kinda spooky because, well, it’s a cave. 😀

    Why does your owl look so sad? Did you not let him have any treats?

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