Cosmetic Lotro

Ithilien Ranger

The Rangers of Ithilien, also known as the Rangers of the South, were an elite group of the Southern Dรบnedain warriors who scouted and guarded Ithilien, mostly under the leadership of captain Faramir. They wore brown and green colours and were very skilled with the bow.

Chest: Westernesse Protectors Armour, olive dye (crafted)

Shoulders: Shoulders of the Seven Stars, sienna dye (Annuminas tokens)

Hands: Leather Gauntlets, sienna dye (Esteldin Medium Armour Smith)

Legs: Westernesse Protectors Leggings, sienna dye (crafted)

Feet: Shoes of the Seven Stars, sienna dye (Annuminas tokens)

Back: Cloak of the Dreamflower, sienna dye (quest)

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7 comments

    • The shoulders are a separate item: Shoulders of the Seven Stars, level 50 light armour that you can barter with tokens from the Annuminas instances (+ a considerable amount of skirmish marks). There is also a ceremonial version which requires the same, but slightly less tokens.

  1. first thing that came to my mind when i spotted the pictures on the main page – Faramir! i think that means – job well done :))

  2. Pointy

    Nicely co-ordinated. ๐Ÿ™‚ You’ve even got the matching Green Triangle of Doom on the cloak. ๐Ÿ˜€

    I don’t know if you want to add in that there are several Lorien cloaks with the same base appearance as this one? People might pick this for the cosmetic value without realising that the ones more appropriate for their class look the same. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Pointy

      No problem. ๐Ÿ™‚ All the different cloak rewards for that quest have the same appearance (Or at least they did when I tried them on). It’s like those ‘Bear Fur’ cloak rewards from the Forochel quest. The Warm, Cozy and (I think) Comfy cloak all look the same but have different stats. ๐Ÿ™‚

      BTW my page didn’t load properly today and all I has text and the ranger pics, with no white box. Your background is really pretty, but it’s hidden all the time and no one sees it! ๐Ÿ™‚

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