With warmer weather slowly creeping into our neck of the woods, I can’t help longing for every shade of green to just permeate the earth. While this outfit is also designed around flower-picking in North Ithilien– it is a bit more casual than the snowbeast outfit I recently shared. Lhinnthel’s gear is very simple and easily found throughout Middle-earth. Her war-steed has been outfitted with everything needed to survive in the wilds on an extended trip! Continue reading
With my renewed determination to pick enough flowers to purchase jewelry and armour for Lhinnthel, I have turned into a flower picking beast! Of course, every adventure starts with the perfect outfit… right?! This particular outfit has no rhyme or reason whatsoever. In fact, it’s a veritable hobbitygloop of bits and pieces — but I have grown to love it. Plus, the colors match the gorgeous flowers and landscape of North Ithilien very well. So, it’s the perfect camouflage for my hunter ;-)
:: My week in LOTRO ::
Sunday was a bit of a sad evening, as it was the last concert we will see for awhile from Les beaux Chapeaux.
I sincerely hope they will return again one day and continue to bring us joy with their music. We shall miss them very much! Continue reading
Here is a stylish look to throw together before running off to join a PUG Helm’s Deep Battle! While digging through the wardrobe, Lhinn found that the bottom trim of the leggings matched the deep Sienna trim of Nenuial’s Jacket quite nicely! She loves the way the bright color peeps out from the tops of her chunky boots. Continue reading
Lhinnthel was lucky enough to join a friend in exploring the Mirror-Halls of Lumul-nar, this afternoon! We traveled deeper and deeper into the cavern depths, defeating bats, wargs and Morroval along the way. While her friend puzzled out the levers and mirrors, Lhinnthel had fun tumbling off of the pathways. (why are there no guard rails!?)
Mondays nights are my favorite night of the week! Old Winyards playing the final dance set at Ales & Tales – held last week at Old-Stone ruins, in Bree-town.