Imperial Twist Earrings

Imperial Relaxed Wear

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Wild-Eyed Wolf Chest Marking is a large wolf head in the middle of the chest that cannot be seen under the Imperial Robe, however the upper arm bands are apart of the body marking and is what I wanted to show off here.

imperial2The Imperial Motif is expensive if you don’t have the ‘Convert to Imperial Style’. I was lucky enough to find two of them before I hit level 50, I just searched everything. I’ve seen them sell for up to 70k.

-Imperial Light Robe Tier 1
-Red Diamond Circlet
-Imperial Twist Earrings
-Wild Eyed Wolf Chest Marking
-Light Soul Shriven Shoes
(Dyed Mastic Yellow, Khenarthi Red)

 

 

The Woad Witch

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woad3.jpgSadly, this lion seems to be the only blue tattoo available in game so far, apart from some blue-black body paints and facial markings which just didn’t cut it for me. I’d definitely pay for some blue Celtic inspired tattoos.

ww.jpgI imagined her as a fantasy Celtic woman with pale red hair, dressed in dark blue. Traditionally, I don’t think Celts would have painted lions on their chests! Though while playing her in game you can’t really see it’s a lion, just a light blue tattoo. Perhaps I’ll recreate this later on if they bring out traditional Celtic markings. Woad is a plant that was used as a dye particularly in the British Isles. It’s use goes back to ancient times and is still used today. While woad is not a collectible item in ESO, it is a Nord racial ability called ‘Woad Shield’ In Oblivion and Morrowind.

-Braided Strip Circlet
-Dark Red Lip Dye
-Imperial Twist Earrings
-Light Blue Covenant Lion Marking
-Glenmoril Witches Robe (Crown Store)
(Dyed Ransacker Blue, Coldharbour Ash Black)