True Blue

Following my personal challenge of only using the armed and dangerous series for Jstmel’s ROYGBIV challenge, here’s my submission for June. The Robes of the Guardian Saint would ordinarily be my first choice for blue but since I’ve created a kit for that and the Mooncloth Robe already, I’m left with the last blue option being the Robes of the Exalted.

Egypt ROYGBIV by Chael

Hapi was the ancient god responsible for the the annual flooding of the Nile which in turn provided the Egyptians with fertile soil for their crops.

Blue-roygbiv

Jewel of the Nile
Hood of Ternion Glory, Robes of the Exalted, Shoulderpads of Faith, Used Bar Rag, Arachnidian Gloves, Belt of Faith, Arachnidian Footpads, Soulscribe, Cosmos

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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12 Comments

  1. How beautiful! I really love this mog and the setting you’ve chosen for it. :) (Uldum is one of my very favorite zones too)

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    • Thank you! The area seems liked a natural choice and I’m glad to finally complete a set for this robe. :)

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  2. Lovely, the backdrop contrasts beautifully with the blue of the robes too.

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    • Thanks, I seem to take a lot of my backdrops at night so it’s a shame it wasn’t brighter – that and the DC issues I had that night.

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  3. You are so good at this! I love your creativity.

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  4. I really like the mobile look of your site btw! And looking classy as always Cym :)

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    • The plugin had two updates recently so I’m glad you can now comment again :)

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  5. I love it! I’ve been looking for items to match that robe for so long! :D

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    • Hey thx but I would think with your recent mogging prowess you wouldn’t have any trouble.

      Happy to help none-the-less though :)

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