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10-03-2011 @ 4:43PM
There is a Holy Hand Grenade!its the pally's new radiance!BTW Dawn: do you think the t6 shoulders would look good with a mooncloth robe? (those are the shoulders with the blindfolded face on them) I'm planning to wear a mooncloth robe, the t6 shoulders, and MAYBE the white hooded helm (I think thats t5). off hand: flowers! main hand: not sure. maybe a simple gavel. there are no main hand flowers i've seen yet.BTW this is for a belf female.
10-03-2011 @ 4:48PM
Really? Drat! Though I guess such an ability would be well suited to our pally brothers. They are the more offensive.If we're talking the sleeveless mooncloth robe with the ornate, choker like neckline then yes I think those would be an excellent pair. The mooncloth robe is one of the prettiest robes in the game. My only concern would be that robe is a bright white with a blue tint and the t6 shoulders are more slate gray. The 6.5 variety from black temple have an ivory hue to them, as I recall. I think you can definitely make it work depending on how you accessorize. If you wield a silver weapon, or perhaps leaf through the various belt options, you might be able to find something that incorporates everything.There are mainhand flowers, but I'll have to get back to you because I'm about to head out the door. But I know I have equipped flowers in both hands on one character. I don't know if you'll be able to transmog flowers though. =O
10-03-2011 @ 5:55PM
The main hand flowers I've seen all have no stats, and are great for doing RP but not for useful stuff. There are off hand flowers that have stats on them, so I"m not worried about that. Maybe I should be cuz flowers might be considered to be silly like 'fish'. Thanks Dawn for the reply. I appreciate your fashion sense in game!
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