“Mae govannen. Mae tollen an Imladris.” (Well met. Welcome to Rivendell.)
This outfit immediately made me think of an Elven ambassador and as I took the screenshots for this blog post I imagined her welcoming visitors to Rivendell. I saw her giving them a tour of the city, showing them their culture, perhaps teaching them an elvish dance and eventually inviting them to the Last Homely House to meet Elrond himself.
The silhouette of this robe is my favorite style for robes. The shape is very handsome on most models. One day I would love to be able to have in my wardrobe the Rune-Keeper (Runemaker’s Armour) and Loremaster (Lore-keeper’s Armour) robes from Barad Guldur in Mirkwood which have this same silhouette but a much prettier design. Until then there are a few other robe options in game to play with that have this silhouette. The Tawarwaith crafted armour, the Lorien Fancy Robe and the robe I chose to use today which can be either crafted (Armour of Lothlorien), bartered with Moria medallions or purchased from a cosmetic vendor at any skirmish camp with marks and medallions.
I mentioned the Loremaster and Rune-keeper robes from Barad Guldur as being on my wardrobe wish list. What are some of your dream items?
Head: Balladeer’s Hat, dyed Umber (Moria Light Armour)
Shoulders: Pauldrons of the Predator, dyed Umber (Hunter PvMP Armour)
Chest: Balladeer’s Robe, dyed Crimson (Moria Light Armour)
Hands: Gloves of the Predator, dyed Umber (Hunter PvMP Armour)
Feet: Greaves of the Dragonslayer, dyed Umber (Drops from Draigoch)