At the end of the twenty-ninth century of the Third Age of Sun, Turin II, the Ruling Steward of Gondor, decreed that a brotherhood of knights be formed in North Ithilien, for Gondor’s power in that land was threatened by enemies from Mordor and Morgul. So the band called the Rangers of Ithilien was formed. These knights were dressed in brown and green camouflage uniforms, with green gloves and masks. They fought with bows, spears and sword. In the years before the War of the Ring, their captain was Faramir, second son of Denethor, Gondor’s ruling Steward.
This week’s featured guest submission comes from Tyriael of Arkenstone. He has offered us not one, but four amazing outfits to view. I know you will enjoy them as much as I have.
“Let me start off by saying that I am a huge Tolkien fan so every character I make is as lore-accurate as possible in every way. Everything that I do with each of my characters is done with intent of actually making them a viable part of Middle-Earth rather than just a character in a game. This attention to detail always includes their appearance (thank whatever being you may believe in for the cosmetic system). With that said, I’ll give you the heart of the matter.”