Evening Dress

The Sorceress Noble

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sorceressThought I’d share this pretty Sorceress Noble, I know I need to stop making Redguards & Bretons and start creating Orcs & Wood Elves but I just love them so much… They always look good no matter what.

The Wedding & Evening Dresses are killers to dye – the top is hyper shiny and uses the same dye channel as the headpiece. Using a common non-shiny colour like Shein Violet dulls it right down and matches Atmoran Bronze enough for it to look like it could be using just the one dye.

Atmoran Bronze is my no1 favourite dye in ESO. It’s such a perfect purple/coppery bronze tone that makes everything look lovely.

-Evening Dress
-Metalwing Half Circlet
(Dyed Atmoran Bronze, Shein Violet)

The Harvest Witch

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witch2Getting back into the swing of things after a week of being sick, sadly I’ve just missed out on the glorious Pay to Lose Bucket Helmet & Broom. Despite me missing out on it, here is a pretty Breton Witch girl who would suit the broom perfectly. She has body markings that turns the Evening Dress into something that appears to have a higher collar.

-Evening Dress
-‘Clever Man’ Wizard Hat
-Black Eyeliner and Lips
(Dyed Coldharbour Ash Black, Senche Tiger Orange)

The Mournhold Bride

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This is another outfit for my undyed cosmetic category. The Evening Dress was the first outfit I bought from the crown store years ago, and is still one of my favourites. Once I finish some more achievements I’m planning on making a Dunmer Dragonknight (Unique, I know!) I might leave this pretty one in my character pool and maybe get her to max level.

-Red Diamond Circlet
-Evening Dress (Crown Store)
-Black Lips & Eyes Face Marking

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The Mind Shriven Bride

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“..drink the blood of Coldharbour.”

I’ve been reading about Coldharbour lately since completing the Mages Guild and discovering the realm of Molag Bal. One thing that has me intrigued is the Azure Plasm pools found all over the landscape. During the tutorial I thought it was poison, and avoided the ice blue ‘water’. After reading many lore books I discovered the Blue was more than just aesthetically pleasing rivers and streams, but the ‘lifeblood’ of the local Daedra – upon their death, the Azure Plasm seeps into the corpse, reforming & reanimating it.

I’ve also learnt about the Mind Shriven, the bright blue veined humans & creatures exposed to a poison called Coldharbour Blood. Is Azure Plasm the same as Coldharbour Blood? Can’t find anything confirming this, however I’d like to think it is.

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Mind Shriven is not to be confused with Soul Shriven, which gives the recipient colourless almost ‘Zombie-like’ decayed skin. I must say I am enjoying Coldharbour, It’s a nice change from the green leaves of Grahtwood, though if I stay there too long I start to feel.. overwhelmed by the blue.

-Scarab Circlet
-Mind Shriven Skin (Crown Store)
-Evening Dress (Crown Store, dyed Lamae White)