A rather soggy business

This outfit probably has the dubious honour of being the most ill-at-ease in the Tolkien universe. I felt it belonged more in a concept art sketchbook of another fantasy setting than in a respectable place like Middle-Earth, where the use of magic (or magic derivatives) is limited, and most people don’t dress up as characters from Tron except perhaps the Dwarves – the ornately detailed leg piece used here belongs to the Moria raid sets, after all. Turbine kindly left a cosmetic version of it lying around Lalia’s Market to tempt me, and I had no reason to refuse. Ready the eyebleach!


Watcher pug? Nothing can possibly go wrong!


No one told me raiding was such a soggy miserable business.


Sorry guise, forgot to bring scroll and tokenz, plz no kick.


You need to immediately strafe to- never mind.

Head: Lesser Arrow of the West Helmet, grey (Ost Dunhoth Hunter set)

Shoulders: Spearman’s Shoulderguards, black (skirmish camp classic vendor, Inn of the Forsaken Treasure tab)

Back: Spooky Cloak of the Bat, sea blue (Harvestmath cosmetic)

Chest: Footman’s Armour, sea blue (tier 6 crafted, tailor)

Hands: Ceremonial Gloves of the Gloom-bane, sea blue (skirmish camp cosmetic vendor)

Legs: Ceremonial Deft-blade’s Leggings, sea blue (Moria Burglar raid set, cosmetic version available at Lalia’s Market)

Feet: Forged-iron Dunlending Boots, sea blue (Dunland quest reward)


2 thoughts on “A rather soggy business

  1. Ah, but you blend in to the water quite nicely, nobody would ever see you! 🙂 Love the legs, have yet to use those myself. Great outfit.

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