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  1. Guardian Cosmetics

    Post your Guardian themed cosmetics here.



    Ceremonial Workers Helm - Dye black
    Sellsword's Hauberk - Dye Black
    Ceremonial Cloak of Shadow and Flame - Dye Black
    (Can't remember the names of the gauntlets and boots but the gauntlets came from the Helegrod cosmetic set I believe)
    The Lone Wolf
    Radspakr 85 Guardian,Haluilas 82 LM, Varri 65 Champ

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    Here are mine:

    Too fat, too furious!

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    I work hard on them.

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    Also I remade some of my older cosmetics & still had a pic or 2 on HD here they are





    (some of the pieces I changed around a bit with the more armors I have gotten since lv75)

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Divine View Post



    I work hard on them.
    what items u used?
    “A single dream is more powerful than a thousand realities.” -???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceremony View Post
    what items u used?
    No idea about the names, but the helm, shoulders, gloves, boots you can get from the classic vendor in skirm camp, chest and legs are in the ox-clan camp near Isengard, cloak is from the barter trader in Forlaw, Wildermore. Fail warden outfit, btw. Not for a real guard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coeprandua View Post
    Fail warden outfit, btw. Not for a real guard.
    With all due respect, Coeprandua, just because an outfit doesn't primarily contain guardian cosmetics it doesn't mean it's not for a "real" Guard and neither does it mean this particular ensemble should be for Wardens. I've seen many Lore-masters fully garbed in plate and scaled armor. I've also seen Champions decked out cosmetically in leather gear. A character's class does not in any way, shape, or form dictate what outfits are to be worn. This is all I have to say on the matter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ceremony View Post
    what items u used?
    Ceremony, I can help you out. From what I see in this picture, I'm 95% percent sure that these are the pieces, along with their obtainable locations:

    Head: Helm of the Wall-Warden (Classic skirm camp vendor under level 65 Barad Guldur medium armor OR from the Warden class vendor in Ost Galadh)
    Shoulders: Shoulders of the Wall-Warden (Classic skirm camp vendor under level 65 Barad Guldur medium armor OR from the Warden class vendor in Ost Galadh)
    Chest: Breastplate of the Laingarth (Guardian class trainer at the Ox-clan Camp in Nan Curunir)**
    Hands: Ceremonial Gloves of the Gloom-bane (Cosmetic skirm camp vendor under Rift heavy armor) OR Gloves of the Gloom-bane (Champion vendor at Iorelen's Camp, outside of the Rift entrance)***
    Legs: Trousers of the Hopeful Melody (Classic skirm camp vendor under level 65 Barad Guldur light armor OR from the minstrel class vendor in Ost Galadh)
    Feet: Ceremonial Boots of the Gloom-bane (Cosmetic skirm camp vendor under Rift heavy armor) OR Boots of the Gloom-bane (Champion vendor at Iorelen's Camp, outside of the Rift entrance)***
    Cloak: Ardent Cloak of the Wold or the Gifted Cloak of the Wold (Both from the Eastfold tailor recipe)

    **Must have a guardian to barter for the chest piece. U14 disabled cross-class bartering at the Ox-clan Camp.
    ***If you get the boots and gloves from the vendors near the Rift, you'll need the appropriate gems from the raid. The skirm camp might be the easier alternative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nathrien_Estelenlaer View Post
    With all due respect, Coeprandua, just because an outfit doesn't primarily contain guardian cosmetics it doesn't mean it's not for a "real" Guard and neither does it mean this particular ensemble should be for Wardens. I've seen many Lore-masters fully garbed in plate and scaled armor. I've also seen Champions decked out cosmetically in leather gear. A character's class does not in any way, shape, or form dictate what outfits are to be worn. This is all I have to say on the matter.
    U made?

    The fact that certain practices happen doesn't automatically make them right. Every class in Lotro has a distinct style in appearance as defined by Turbine, which has been reflected in class-specific armour sets since the beginning. The outfit we are talking about is just so a warden. You can probably make it work for cappy with some adjustments, but that's about it. You can't make it work for a minstrel or a guard, because people will just go like... identity crisis or maybe warden-envy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coeprandua View Post
    -The outfit we are talking about is just so a warden. You can probably make it work for cappy with some adjustments, but that's about it. You can't make it work for a minstrel or a guard, because people will just go like... identity crisis or maybe warden-envy?
    Are our characters naught but their classes?
    A Man Guardian indistinguishable from an Elf, Hobbit, Dwarf Guardian?

    The game offers us many possibilities for looks; everyone can find most likely something that fits their own ideas of what a certain character, certain class, certain race, certain occupation (etc.) should look like... Everyone can express oneself, and let others express themselves, in a manner that befits them and their character(s).
    The trick is not demanding that everyone obeys a single person's views. Or that everyone agrees with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daeross View Post
    Are our characters naught but their classes?
    A Man Guardian indistinguishable from an Elf, Hobbit, Dwarf Guardian?

    The game offers us many possibilities for looks; everyone can find most likely something that fits their own ideas of what a certain character, certain class, certain race, certain occupation (etc.) should look like... Everyone can express oneself, and let others express themselves, in a manner that befits them and their character(s).
    The trick is not demanding that everyone obeys a single person's views. Or that everyone agrees with them.
    Good point. Indeed, the above is just my opinion, everyone should follow his or her heart.

 

 

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