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Farmer’s Faire Cosmetics & Mount 2012

A preview for all the cosmetics that are available at the new Farmer’s Faire festival from the Town Crier. I’ve also listed the hand-held items that you can swap into your weapon slot.

Farmer’s Fancy Dress (white and red dye) – 45 tokens

Farmer’s Fancy Tunic and Trousers (white and red dye) – 45 tokens

Gardener’s Apron (white and red dye) – 45 tokens
This is actually a hauberk. Hauberks have thick leggings underneath which clip through many boot models, including the Gardening Boots.

Gardening Boots (default and red dye) – 35 tokens

Gardening Gloves (default and red dye) – 35 tokens

Farmer’s Fancy Wide-brimmed Hat (white and red dye) – 45 tokens

Hooded Cloak of the Harvest (white and black dye) – 45 tokens

Hooded Leather Cloak (white and black dye) – 45 tokens

Circlet of Fresh-picked Flowers (can now be dyed!) – 35 tokens
Lantern (hand-held item) – 45 tokens

Basket of Colourful Eggs (hand-held item) – 45 tokens
Cornstalk (hand-held item) – 45 tokens

Chicken Mask                                                 Pig Mask

Donkey Mask                                                  Sheep Mask

Duckling Mask
All Masks can be dyed – 55 tokens

Here’s a preview of the new Farmer’s Faire 2012 mount. It costs 2 race tokens and 120 Farmer’s Faire Tokens. This sounds like a lot but what I’ve seen from the quest rewards so far, the amounts that are rewarded are quite generous.
I has a black and brown tack decorated with golden wheat.
The steed has +62% speed and 200 morale, just like the last Anniversary steed, so this seems to be the new norm for festival steeds that used to have 100 morale in the past.

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  1. Ivy

    Where the heck am I going to find inventory room for these? Arghh..

    But they are lovely, I’ll be quite busy the next few weeks. :)

  2. I’m so glad i’m not the only one to have gotten up early to post about these new cosmetics. I absolutely adore the Farmer’s Fancy Dress and the Farmer’s Fancy Tunic. Like you, Ivy, I don’t know where I’m going to find room either!


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    • How about that wonderful Leather Cloak for a male warden? And the Tunic and Trousers dyed in Rivendell Green for a male hunter elf? How about all those lovely masks for a male hobbit? Oh well…

  4. The boots and Hooded Leather Cloak seem like they’ll be extra-versatile — they don’t have that lovely but unmatchable dark blue-green area like the Farmer’s/of the Festival stuff all seems to.

  5. Dallas

    Oh man, that fancy tunic and leather cloak would totally make a GREAT hunter’s outfit! I’m so getting those, at the very least (and the mount of course!).

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  8. Myiat

    Just a quick note, the circlet of fresh flowers CAN be dyed, just not all of them. I have this little piece on my hobbits and have applied gold, purple, and green dye to it in the wardrobe. The larger flowers remain the same color but the tiny ones are indeed open to dye.

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