A Day Late and a Few Gold Short
The title says it all. Here is my Outfit Friday post coming to you on Saturday!
More actual updates soon – promise!
In another incarnation of this outfit it was more green and purple, however then I realized it was all either the Scourgelord’s Battlegear or the Ruthless Gladiator’s Desecration – which BTW, are both great outfits for this tabard. But when I create an outfit, I am firm about making sure I only have 3 or less of any set, because otherwise, I could just throw the set on and be done with it.
I chose the purple version of the tabard, because I feel it has better contrast than the green. It and its matching cloak are the base for this outfit, with the sword (which I deem of perfect size for a two-hand) to complement the colors. The remaining pieces all tie together with one another, without getting washed out by the green and purple of the accessories.
I picture this outfit as a Death Knight (version 1) soldier of the Burning Legion. I think Caeridwen fits this profile well, as I am sure there were Night Elves who left their race to join Illidan, and once they fell in battle were raised as some of the original Death Knights. (Though, this is 100% speculation, as I cannot seem to find any articles to back up such a hypothesis.) Either way, I am sure there were Night Elves who fell to the Scourge attack and were raised.
Anywho… Meet the Death Knight soldier, Caeridwen, Hand of Illidan…
Caeridwen – Hand of Illidan Set
- Head – Hidden
- Shoulders – Brutal Gladiator’s Dreadplate Shoulders
- Chest – Symbolic Breastplate
- Wrists – Hidden
- Hands – Gauntlets of the Stouthearted Crusader
- Waist – Girdle of Arrogant Downfall
- Legs – Direwing Legguards
- Feet – Boots of the Funeral March (Heroic)
- Back – Thalassian Wildercloak
- Weapon – Greatsword of Forlorn Visions
- Tabard – Purple Trophy Tabard of the Illidari