Lotro Stylist Effort to Obtain Scale

All outfits on this blog are rated on the effort required to obtain the looks. Outfits are rated 1 through 5 with 5 being the hardest to obtain.

: Little effort is required to obtain this look. Any items acquired from;

  • T1 and T2 Crafted
  • Armour NPCs
  • Outfitters
  • World Drops

: Some effort is required to obtain this look. Any items acquired from;

  • T3 and T4 Crafted
  • Acquaintance/Friend faction rewards
  • Anniversary Gift-Box items
  • Evendim barter armour
  • Festival rewards
  • Great Barrows armour
  • Lotro Store
  • Pre-order rewards
  • Skirmish rewards requiring Eruilan and Adlan Campaign Marks
  • Unique looking quest items, level 1-45

: Much effort is required to obtain this look. All items acquired from;

  • T5 Crafted armour
  • Ally/Kindred faction rewards
  • Skirmish rewards requiring Naillan Campaign Marks
  • Unique looking quest items, level 46-65

: Great effort is required to obtain this look. This would include all items acquired from;

  • T6 Crafted
  • Annúminas, Moria, Lothlórien and Mirkwood barter sets and armour dropped in these instances
  • Ettenmoors armour
  • Skirmish rewards requiring Cannuilan and Lefnuilan Campaign Marks

: An epic amount of effort is required to obtain this look. All items acquired through;

  • North-men armour
  • Raiding
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2 thoughts on “Lotro Stylist Effort to Obtain Scale

  1. I think the idea of giving some indication of the difficulty to obtain a certain outfit is helpful, but because the rating for the entire outfit is actually based on perhaps one or two harder to obtain items, it is basically unfair to the rest of the outfit! Maybe individual ratings for each item would be more helpful, as one could replace that particular item for something else that is more accessible? Also, I wouldn’t know how to rate all those pre-order cloaks. They should be rated “very easy to obtain” yet are impossible to acquire for new players.
    In any case I don’t think anyone ever copies an exact outfit, but some information about the origin of the items is very useful. Thanks for your great (and getting greater) catalogue! 🙂

  2. good points and very helpful. The system is not set in stone yet. I’m still trying it out seeing if I like it or if I could make it better.

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