A little fun before the battle

What a great song he taught me

What a great song he taught me

Calardis has come to Minas Tirith, along with many others. The enemy is approaching, and before everything goes bad, Calardis wants to cheer the citizens up with some music. There is soon a big party in one of the taverns.

Step one, step two...

Step one, step two…

A festive outfit for my elf maiden. It’s been around for a while, but I am only now getting around to publishing it. Despite Minas Tirith beeing a rather gloomy place, I wanted to take my screenshots there. I hope we can get sunshine in that city yet, in some future update, it would look even more awesome πŸ™‚ This outfit is one of Cala’s favorites, I think she looks good in pink. As often seems to be the case with outfit pieces however, there is some ugly clipping, here it is the hood and the shoulders when she moves her arms, this can be seen in the next picture. But, I have long since decided to ignore those things, if I only used pieces that don’t clip, I’d have a very small supply πŸ˜›


Her warsteed is trying to match the outfit, but doesn’t really πŸ˜›


Head: Ceremonial Hat of the Stone-Student, rose, skirmish camp cosmetics vendor (loremaster Moria set)

Shoulders: Padded Mantle of the Dunland Soothsayer, rose, quest reward (69) Preparing for the Auction, Dunland

Chest: Frostbluff Dress of Thanks, rose, reward given about 40 days after completing the quest Self-sacrifice: Support the Poor, Yule Festival

Warsteed: Wintry Yule Set, from the Yule festival

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2 Responses to A little fun before the battle

  1. Great combo with the hat/shoulders/dress, love it!

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