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SW Armor Gallery – RR60-69

Tyrant – Chest, Helm, Shoulders, Boots, Gloves, and Belt (and Cape); LotD Lair Bow – Kamen Anhur, Shadow of the Desert

Warlord – Chest, Helm, Shoulders, Glove, Boots, and Belt; T4 Warlord Bow – Longbow of Supremacy

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  1. February 28, 2011 at 10:26 AM

    So you have the master of all title, huh? 😀

    SWs have some of the coolest armor out there, shame they’re not prevalent enough for that look to be common.

  2. Elemenstor
    February 28, 2011 at 1:02 PM

    Oh boy, I can’t wait until you get to Warpforged!

    I actually like the Alith Anar lookalike set. It’s a distinctive enough look to set RR100’s out.

  3. February 28, 2011 at 1:20 PM

    Blaq, I got the ‘Master of All’ back in early 2010 after finishing Bloodlord (the award wasn’t updated to include Tyrant), but I didn’t finish Tyrant until earlier this year – took me over a year of ToVL and 18 boss 8 clears before he dropped a chest with my name on it.

    El, it’ll probably be months before my SW sees DF or WF… this is just about the cool pre-1.4.0 sets =P All of my sets were acquired in the heyday of difficult acquisition (Anni from keeps when ppl couldn’t opt out or master loot, Conq from forts, Invader from stage 1 of city with Aldel or whatever his name was… buggy guy with lizard friends, had to buy Warlord b/c Order’s warlord encounters were broken, and Sov from the city when we had to lock to stage 2 and fight the king). Naturally every dungeon set had its share of blood, sweat, and tears – the tribute for Bloodlord and Tyrant go to my guildies who helped farm those.

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