This is another outfit I’ve had in the works for a while, heavily influenced by Jon Snow from Game of Thrones (Look, I’m not a huge fan, but even I know the last season SUCKED).
Anyways, with Yule Fest in full swing, we have a new cosmetic pet! The white wolf dog. So I figured the time to post this outfit was right considering I now had both Ser You-Know-Nothing and his companion Ghost.
I actually came up with this outfit a couple years ago, and it’s basically been my Champ’s staple winter-wear.
I went with the medium Nadhin jacket, which in my opinion just looks like a padded winter gambeson (if you don’t know what that word means, look it up and you’ll see where I’m coming from – I promise you it’s safe for work – it’s just a medieval garment of clothing).
I also went with a heavy fur mantle because A) it looked cool and felt right, and B) Jon wears a lot of dark fur around his shoulders.
I also gave him the cloak of the Raven – I debated using Cloak of the woodsmen or cloak of the autumn wanderer since it looked closer to fur, but ultimately I decided this cloak was a nice nod to the fact that members of the Night’s Watch are often referred to as “crows.” And I know what you’re thinking: But ravens aren’t crows, to which I respond: close enough!
It’s been a favorite outfit of mine for a while, and it was also fun to play around with giving my warsteed a cold-weather, but also functional look.
Admittedly this isn’t really inspired by anything from the books or show, just from my love of horses and my own creative spirit 🙂
Outfit: Shoulders: Fur Mantle (black) Chest: Medium Nadhin Jacket (grey) Hands: Medium Nadhin Gauntlets (black) Feet: Threadbare Boots of the Dunland Healer (grey) Back: Cloak of the Raven (grey)
Warsteed: Head: Guardian's Halter (white) Caparison: Caparison of the Yield (black) Saddle: Light Saddle of the Sutcrofts Legs: Hunter's Leggings (black) Mane/tail/body: solid white
How’d I do?