Dyes: Antique Gold Dye Apricot Dye Autumn Dye Camel Dye Clay Dye Deep Maple Dye Dijon Dye Ebony Dye Glory Dye Jalapeno Dye Limette Dye Matte Dye Orchid Dye Pottery Dye Royal Rose Dye Salmon Dye Stone Dye Stream Dye Tarnished Steel Dye Tea Jeans Dye Winter Sky Dye
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Items: Carapace Cowl Winged Mantle Vestments of the Lich Country Gloves Carapace Pants Primitive Footwraps Dyes: Pottery Spite Ebony Dye Remover on Boots
Dry Bones Hood (comes with shoulders), Whispers Secret Robes, Wurmslayer Wristguards, Pheonix Pants, Carapace Shoes.
Light HotW set with Devout headgear, headgear is latte instead of camel because it has a naturally darker shade and looks out of place with camel. I like a sort of realistic feel to my characters so I have an Universal Multitool backpack skin and bandit weapon skins. Here’s another picture without light effects to […]
A simple combo that can complement any set of light armor.
I wanted something that looks sporty and casual for my elementalist, and toned down natural colors to match. The combo I’ve submitted uses deep glacial teal but for a long while I was using tea jeans from the starter pack instead, which works very nicely if you don’t want to pay the extra gold :) […]
My first Guild Wars 2 character, Skarrah Frostpelt. Female Charr are quite difficult to fit with armor due to clipping and “hovering” issues, particularly with shoulderpads on skinny chestpieces, but to be honest this would be my combo anyway. It’s now just Skarrah’s look – ornate but tough, and regal enough to be part of […]
Heavy armor in Heritage armor from hall of monuments with metallic colors.
Using a natural colour to simulate linen on the blouse part of the top means you can use a striking colour for the leather bodice and it doesn’t look overblown. Combine this with natural colours on the trousers, gloves and boots and you’ve got a realistic looking armour combination which takes cheap and easy to […]