Not “Super” But No Less “Heroic”
Happy Friday! This week, for my Outfit Friday post, I am stepping out of the box again. Continually inspired by Navimie’s exponentially popular Super Hero outfits idea, I have been seeing Super Heroes everywhere! However, instead of another Super Hero for your mogging pleasure, today I would like to introduce you my favorite Faerun couple: Drizzt Do’Urden and Catti-brie!
Anyone who has read either of my two surprisingly popular posts about the races of R.A. Salvatore’s Faerun compared to the races of WoW, knows I am a Drizzt fan. (I think it is the pictures, honestly.) So with all this mogging of story characters, how could I resist these two?
As far as classes were concerned, to create these two, it was easiest to make Drizzt as a Hunter (he is a ranger and we cannot forget Guenhwyvar!) and Cattie-brie as a Rogue (they can use bows and the armor choices fit best).
The great part, is both of these are low-level outfits. I used leather on both, since armor bonuses do not come into play until Level 50 (and it worked aesthetically better). So both would work as Rogues or Hunters, actually.
My hope was to make Drizzt’s outfit more black, but I had to settle for black and brown. Ideally I would like to put some appropriate enchants on the two blades – one icy and one shimmery.
- Head – Hidden (no green hoods in leather)
- Shoulders – Insignia Mantle
- Chest – Velvety Vest
- Wrists – Hidden
- Hands – Insignia Gloves
- Waist – Cabalist Belt
- Legs – Booty Bay Pantaloons
- Feet – Fancy Footwork
- Back – Ivycloth Cloak
- Weapon – Scimitar of Atun x2 (AKA Twinkle and Icingdeath)
- Head – Hidden
- Shoulders – Bristlebark Amice
- Chest – Feral Harness
- Wrists – Hidden
- Hands – Bard’s Gloves
- Waist – Raptor Hide Belt
- Legs – Hightailing Leggings
- Feet – Bard’s Boots
- Back – Tumultuous Cloak
- Weapon – Quillfire Bow (AKA Taulmaril)