Cosmetic Lotro

Fine arts

I was really enjoying taking these screenshots in the Hall of Fire, but as you may know, because of the fire coloured lighting in there, it’s not the best place to show off colours. So forgive me if the details of this robe are not perfectly clear, I will redo another outfit with it in daylight some other time, I just felt that this was the perfect place, for the perfect minstrel outfit, right now.
This robe and shoulders are from the casual-update-5-instance-cluster-minstrel-set (is that a word?). The purple set can be purchased with seals and medallions that drop in relative abundance from the new instances. If you are a casual player like me, it doesn’t take forever to get the set, unlike the raid set which even the raiders are complaining is a very tough grind. I am very happy with my new robe and the shoulders are awesome! I don’t like the fingerless gloves of the set very much, because they make the arms look like two long black spagetti’s.  I replaced them with Dunland bracers.

This instrument is the new Pibgorn that came with Update 5. I found it in my mailbox this afternoon as a present and a surprise from a friend. Thank you Cero!

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: Angolharn, indigo dye (Dunland quest reward, light)
Chest
: Jacket of Resolve, indigo dye (RoI instance reward, minstrel)
Shoulders: Shoulder Pads of Resolve, rust dye (RoI instance reward, minstrel)
Hands: Leather Bracers of the Gentle Stag, rust dye (Dunland quest reward, light)
Feet: Threadbare Boots of the Dunland Healer, rust dye (Dunland quest reward, light)

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7 comments

    • Hi Moranae, if I can get it, anybody can! 😛
      The easiest way to earn seals is by joining a 12-man skirmish raid. It’s 20 minutes of madness, people dashing into mob crowds and killing everything in sight. It’s not difficult and it’s fun. Even for people who normally cannot or don’t like to group up, it’s an accessible way to earn seals.

  1. I love taking minstrel pictures in the Hall of Fire. Although the fabric of your clothes may not look it’s best, the firelight really brings out the wood of the instruments.

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