Saturday, November 5, 2011

Bloody knight


Blood stains all over his armour, walking between his enemies' bodies after he had struck them for the last time... That has been life of this champion for past few days. Now that he had finally proven his honour to the Rohirrim, he can be in peace for a short while and spend it remembering his fellowship's great deeds. Very soon, he will enter the battles once again, stronger than ever before.

This hauberk has been my biggest disappointment out of all Isengard cosmetics. On a human male, it's one of the finest pieces of heavy armour I've seen in LoTRO. Masculine (broadening the shoulders), battle-ready and with distinctive heavy look - all I want from a real knight's armour. Unfortunately, on most other characters it looks stupid. I was very much looking forward to using it on dwarves, but it damages their body shape in similar way as dresses do, which is a great pity. I don't even want to mention that the hauberk is undyable. Until it gets fixed, I couldn't resist enjoying it at least on male warrior :)

Chest: (Vibrant) Armour of Théodred, default dye (T7 crafted)
Head: Polished Helmet of the Dunland Shieldman, crimson dye (Dunland quest)
Shoulders: Hardened Steel Dunlending Pauldrons, crimson dye (Dunland quest)
Hands: Reinforced Leather Dunlending Gauntlets, crimson dye (Dunland quest)
Feet: Polished Boots of the Dunland Shieldman, crimson dye (Dunland quest)
Back: Wood-wanderer's Cloak, crimson dye (Store)


  1. Yes, I tried it on as a dwarf. Very disappointing! You've made it look good here though.

  2. Bet it looks even better now that the chest piece is dyeable


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