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Champion of the Deeps

This week’s Anniversary Scavenger Hunt has a quest that requires lots of orc-slaying. While I kind of think that’s more appropriate to Boromir, making dead orcs has never been a problem for Teriadwyn, because killing all of the things is pretty much the champion’s job anyway. As we ventured into Moria to track down the Globsnaga orcs (among others), I realized I’d never done a proper Moria outfit for her, so some emergency paper dolls was definitely in order.

Teri in Moria 03

This cloak has been in Teri’s vault since Moria, waiting for its opportunity to be showcased in an outfit. I loved the red and orange hues, but since I’m not really a fan of orange, I opted to stick with red and crimson dyes on pieces with gold accents.

Teri in Moria 02

So then, of course, I needed to head to the Flaming Deeps for screenshots!

Shoulders: Ceremonial Shoulder-guards of the Eastern Wind, red dye (Lalia’s Market)
Back: Cloak of Shadow and Flame, red dye (Volume 2 epic quest instance rare drop)
Chest: Fortified Jacket of the Flowered Vale, crimson dye (Central Gondor quest reward)
Gloves: Westemnet War Gauntlets of Strength, red dye (T9 Crafted heavy armor)
Boots: Westemnet War Boots of Power, red dye (T9 Crafted heavy armor)

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Helsur Gets a Makeover

While choppering around Middle-earth as a shirtless bad-boy on a goat can be fun, there are occasionally times when a dwarf mini needs to cover those chest hairs. Having them get tangled in one’s lute strings is rather less than fun, after all.

Head: Mariner’s Eyepatch (Barter cosmetic or random drop during the Tale of the Shipwrecked Mariner event)
Shoulders: Noble’s Woolen Mantle, navy dye (Dunland quest reward)
Chest: Scholar’s Vestments, crimson dye (most outfitters)
Hands: Fingerless Gloves, sienna dye (Yule Festival)
Feet: Clanweave Boots, umber dye (Dunland quest reward)
Instrument: Basic Lute (any bard)