I’m not as much of a home decorator in game, but I do tend to change my outfits quite frequently. Through some previous work in the Moors and luck with the gift boxes I was able to get enough of the various spirit stones to get some of the Ettenmoors armor. I have no desire to use this for actual armor, but it just looks much cooler then other sets. Pretty much for those who haven’t seen it, the moors sets are the same look at the Moria Radiance sets but black and purple (by default). The main difference is that they’ve changed the majority of the color schemes to black such that you can actually create a dark looking set. I may end up getting the boots and shoulders if I can get enough of the Luminous Stones (need 6 more) but for the boots I need to be rank 5, and I’m still only at rank 4. So I took a couple of shots after a trip from the Moria Keg and then dyed the set black and took a couple shots from Mirkwood.
So these two above show the front and back from the lovely cliff in the Foundations of Stone.
Above is a shot of me up on the top of the central keep in Mirkwood and below is a zoomed in view on the dressing room, which is just part of the User Interface skin that I use.
I still have a couple helms to switch between, including the rift cosmetic items as well that I play with as well as sometimes just fighting without a helm.
So this is my new favorite set – I’d love to see what others like to wear when heading to battle…
That looks great. What ui skin are you using? I just started playing and being a warden I might emulate your layout.
I’m using the Divine UI skin from the lotro interface site. I can’t get online now but I’ll double check when I can.
As for the layout, I prefer to maximize my screen space as well as keep as much information right in front of me as possible. Maybe I’ll put up a post to talk about my philosophy 🙂