Gear Slot: Upper Body
Trousers Built-In: Yes
Shoes Built-In: Yes (for non-Hobbits).
Hides Gloves: Yes
Event/Festival: LOTRO Farmers Faire
Cost: 35 × Farmers Faire Tokens
The Faire was one of the first events, if not the first I got involved in when I began started playing LOTRO. Yet even after the years have gone by, the Farmer’s Fancy Tunic and Trousers is still among my most favourite of the amazing cosmetics at this festival.
In loose brown cloth, the tunic has a very subtle wheat sheaf motif embroidered into it, with green upper sleeves and shoes (if you’re not a Hobbit). It is the main central part that dyes (default colour is Umber).
The only downside to this tunic – and a good many other tunics, is that you cannot use your own shoes or boots. This has led to me really only using it on Hobbits. But as it’s not item-specific, I just work around it – and I still love it.
Other Genders((By gender I mean the gender you set at character creation.)) and Races
I had intended on creating a Dwarf in time for Farmers Faire, but I haven’t got around to it yet. Sorry, Dwarven players.
Items in This Set
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