Swan Sorceress

So despite having access to all the Dol Amroth cosmetics for a VERY LONG TIME, I’ve somehow never seemed to use any of them except for the medium set.

So here’s the light robe. It’s actually quite flattering, but it does have a very distinctive appearance. It’s definitely not one of those casual looks, but I decided my LM could rock it anyways.

And yes – that is my Lore Master. I decided to change up her hair style for the look, opting for a shorter pulled back cut compared to her normal long locks. She’s actually wearing my RK’s hair-style, which is why I decided to clarify WHO exactly was modeling the outfit.

I honestly don’t have much to say about the outfit, other than it did FINALLY give me the perfect opportunity to use the light shoulder pads of Faramir’s Faithful. But in all honesty I haven’t had a lot of time or motivation for the game lately. I’ve been super preoccupied with real life at the moment, and Spring Fest has done little to keep me engaged. I always forget that it’s my least favorite festival in LOTRO…I normally love them, but Spring Fest is always just so boring IMO.

Anyways, I plan on doing another outfit based on the heavy Nadhin armor, and I also have a spring outfit in the works (although that one has been giving me some problems – I just can’t seem to get everything to fit cohesively).

The war-steed caparison is from the Sea-Ward set, barterable during the Anniversary Fest. It’s not explicitly stated anywhere, but it’s obviously a nod toward the Dol Amroth faction given the wings and the boat – not to mention that the default color of the caparison is that sea-blue color you see so often on the banners there.

Shoulders: Shoulder Pads of Faramir's Faithful (black)
Chest: Light Nadhin Robe (default)
Hands: Gloves of Solitary Thunder (grey)
Feet: Threadbare Boots of the Dunland Healer (default/white)
Back: Cloak of the Raven (default/white)

Head: Halter of Bree (Indigo)
Chest: Sea-Ward Caparison (Indigo)

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