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Blue-roygbiv

True Blue

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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

Green

Green With Envy

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Following my personal challenge of only using the armed and dangerous series for Jstmel’s ROYGBIV challenge, here’s my submission for May. To be honest, I wasn’t really looking forward to this month since it’s the one I like the least but it happens to be the only green option so I didn’t have much choice. At the same time, it’s probably the only attempt I’ll make so for that reason, I’m glad it’s done.

Green

Sylvan Crown, Gladiator’s Satin Mantle, Robes of InsightGladiator’s Satin GlovesNative PantsSilksand Girdle, Faux Warlock Slippers, Serpentcrest Life-Staff

At first I found it quite difficult finding the same shade of avocado but I think the pieces here are quite complimentary.

Egypt ROYGBIV by Chael

Geb was the Egypian god of the earth, often depicted with plants springing from his body so the staff turned out to be a nice addition.

Syrco-80day-winner

Mog the World – Favourite Picks

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Mog the World badge designed by KamaliaAfter an epic 12 week journey, I have to say it was a pleasure judging Dragonray’s worldly transmog contest. Kamalia, Navimie and I had a lot of fun seeing all the creative outfits our contestants produced. Kudos to those who stuck it out for all 12 weeks as you consistently impressed all four of us. One contestant even submitted all twelve outfits ahead of time.

It was always exciting to see who won each week as our tastes (and scores) seemed to vary quite widely. I noticed one judge seemed tougher in comparison so I started to wonder if I was too lenient. The night we decided on a final winner, it was interesting to see which outfits stood out and the criteria used to score each time. At the end there was a clear winner, any way we looked at it – you can check the winning banner below.

Syrco-80day-winner

You can read about the list of winners from Navi’s blog and Kamalia’s favourites by heading to their respective sites.

It turns out I didn’t have a clear winner in weeks one, two or three (in fact, I had a three-way tie) so I won’t be including those but here are my favourites from the remaining rounds including the winning outfit from week six above.

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Well done to all the participants, especially those who found themselves in my list of favourites whether you won the round or not.

Thanks again to Dragonray for organising the whole competition. I hope you all had fun along the way.

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