Easy come, easy go, but I just had to spend some medallions to dress up my warden. It started out with finding a good match for the Epic version of the Spear-shaker’s Jacket, which is bright blue and cannot be dyed, and ended with more additions to my slowly growing Rift cosmetics collection. Playing with the new Rift cosmetics is a lot of fun and opens up tons of new outfitting possibilities.
In other news: the Cloak of the Seven Stars has been altered. With Update 7 it had its dyeable areas switched, which means that it has lost its unique default lime green background colour and this backgroundis now dyeable, while the pattern of small vines that used to be dyeable, is now fixed at a lime greenish colour. Like it or not, I believe this must be bug as I cannot imagine Turbine would intentionally change this after it has been available for so many years and was even sold in the Lotro store! So if you have a few minutes to spare, please file a /bug report on this and let them know that you are upset about this change!
If you want to know where a certain armour piece or cosmetic comes from, you can look it up on Lotro Wiki, 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: Trapper’s Bandana, sienna dye (skirmish cosmetic)
Chest: Spear-shaker’s Jacket – Epic version, default dye (Helegrod warden armour)
Shoulders: Ceremonial Town-savers Shoulders, Ered Luin blue dye (skirmish camp, cosmetic)
Gloves: Ceremonial Town-savers Gloves, Ered Luin blue dye (skirmish camp, cosmetic)
Leggings: Ceremonial Town-savers Leggings, Ered Luin blue dye (skirmish camp, cosmetic)
Back: Warden’s Pack, Ered Luin blue dye (outfitter cosmetic)