I did something I never thought I was going to do: I started a dwarf character! Last week the character slots were on sale, so I took the opportunity to open up an extra slot and fill it with the only race and class that I have never played before: a dwarf guardian. After ten levels I must say that guardian is most definitely not my class, but I am not giving up yet! Even though he is still a low level guard, I had to give him an outfit that looked a little better than the boring medium leather stuff from the quest rewards. To my surprise I found that items that I usually discard from my inventory, actually suite a dwarf very well! One such item is the Hauberk of the Mithril Guard. This item appears in my inventory each time I create a new character, and I actually never used it on any of my other characters. However, I think it’s very appropriate for a dwarf! The hauberk has a dark blue-greenish shade as base colour so it only dyes well in darker colours and blues are best. The shoulders on the hauberk are coloured in a beautiful bright gold so it would be shame to cover them up with anything.
The Hauberk of the Mithril Guard was a 2008 give away item from mmorpg.com. However, you might still be able to grab a code for that hauberk if you follow the steps mentioned in this forumpost. Thank you Sandybux for the tip!
If you want to know where a certain armour piece or cosmetic comes from, you can look it up in the Lorebook, by typing its name into the search box. You can equip any piece of armour cosmetically through the wardrobe, even armour that is not meant for your class or level.
Head: Westfold Campaign Hat, Evendim blue dye (crafted, light)
Chest : Hauberk of the Mithril Guard, Evendim blue dye (mmorpg gift 2008, cosmetic)
Hands: Cured Barnavon Hunter’s Gauntlets, gold dye (Dunland quest reward, medium)
Feet: Boar-hide Boots, gold dye (Men of Dunland reputation reward, medium)