Rise of Isengard is here *happy dance* and Devonna has been very busy exploring Dunland and learning how to play a minstrel all over again. I am having so much fun! It was hard to stop playing the game so I could put an outfit together but I didn’t want everyone to think I had disappeared off the face of the planet. 🙂
I first saw a picture of this robe when the Rise of Isengard beta NDA was lifted. I knew then it would become a favorite cosmetic item of mine. New with ROI are robes that are open at the front and cinched at the waist with pants showing at the opening. (Like a bathrobe) This is one of those styled robes. I think it looks best on female elves and women. The shape of the robe where it opens to show the pants underneath is a little odd on other races. (My personal opinion. You might like it just fine) The white part is what dyes on it and looks really nice when dyed. I especially loved it dyed black, purple and Ered Luin blue but it’s original color, white, is my favorite. I received it as a quest reward but will have to explore the expansion a bit more to find out if you can get it other places as well.
So far I am really loving all of the new armour designs that Rise of Isengard introduced. My biggest problem now is where to put all of it! My wardrobe is overflowing as it is. lol
On a completely different topic, this outfit represents the 100th outfit to be posted to the LotroStylist Blog. *cheers*
Head: Song Caller’s Hat, dyed Black (Moria tokens – Minstrel, Runekeeper, Loremaster)
Shoulders: Fated Westfold Campaign Shoulder Pads (T7 Crafted)
Chest: Robe of the Learned Stag ( Quest:A Widow’s Last Hope)