I try to give equal billing to all races of Middle Earth on my blog. That’s my intention anyway but I am aware that there are two races that get a little ignored by me. (Male Hobbits and Dwarves) It’s not because I don’t like them, I just find it hard to make outfits for them.
For me, the easiest Dwarf outfits to make are those using heavy armour. I tend to make a lot of those type of outfits though. Today I set out to make something different. I hope my Dwarf loving fans will appreciate it. 🙂
Head: Circlet of the Eorlingas (ROI pre order reward)
Shoulders: Barrow-Scout’s Shoulder Pads, dyed Black (Great Barrow Medium Set bartered from any Skirmish Camp)
Chest: Cavalry Hauberk, dyed Umber (All Outfitters)
Hands: Gloves of the Eorlingas (ROI pre order reward)
Feet: Barrow-Scout’s Boots, dyed Black (Great Barrow Medium Set bartered from any Skirmish Camp)
Back: Cloak of the Mallorn, dyed Umber (Store)
I like this look. Would you have any suggestions for an alternate shoulder for someone who doesn’t have easy access to the set?
These shoulders share the same graphic with the Eregion (Level 50) set and Angmar (Level 50) set. If you have no access to any of these sets there is a pair of shoulders in the Lotro Store that also share the same look, the Westerling Pauldrons. Hope this helps 🙂
That helps very much! I’m still familiarizing myself with the various armor sets in the game, and so far all I’m truly knowledgeable about are the various crafted items. I only have one character above level 50 at this time, so tracking down some of the high level sets is out of my range, but I’m questing Eregion right now.