It is Day #2 of the Yule festival, and I have already grabbed all of the new cosmetics items. It is another reskin of the same old robe that has been around since the summer fest, but I'll admit I like this one a lot more than the previous patterns. It has a simple, but lovely snowflake motif with some fur trimmings, and is also dyed a nice shade of blue. I wish we had an actual dye that color. It was difficult to find a shoulder piece that flattered the mesh of the robe - the shoulders of the robe itself are a bit wide, and most of the items I chose ended up running into each other at weird angles, making it a glitchy mess that ruined the entire look. In the end I chose the Mathom-hunter's Mantle, which is one of those cosmetic items that is extremely versatile - and also looks very practical.
As far as the steed goes, I really like this one, mostly because of it's shaggy hide. Paired with my hobbit-lass, it's quite an adorable little steed. I decided not to show off the matching war-steed caparison this time around, mostly because I think it looks like a table cloth when it's dyed any other color. Oh well.
Enjoy the outfit!
- Head: Hood of the White Tree, dyed White (Laila's Market, or dropped by The Ring-Forge of Orthanc.)
- Shoulders: Mathom-hunter's Mantle, default dye (Hobbit Presents, also shares look with Shoulders of the Might Verse which can be bartered from the Minstrel Trainer in Moria)
- Chest: Wintertide Robe, default dye (Yule Festival)
- Feet: Mathom-hunter's Boots, dyed Evendim Blue (Hobbit Presents)