Fairy tale

By muiem on January 11th, 2017
Race: Human
Gender: Female
Armor: Light
Color: Green
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Iv created a Mesmer with a tinker bell like style with some fancy infusions


still need a decent backpack and head armor
2017-01-11 9:05

Hey there!
You may want to have a look at Nexrex's design here. He has a tinkerbell look that is very well done.

2017-01-11 9:11

Present your look! :P
The icy landscape of hoelbrak isnt very fitting for this look id say. Try finding some nice flowery spots in maguuma maybe.
You should also specify the armor and dyes you used.
And last but not least, the SAB pieces dont fit imo :S
2017-01-11 10:30

Fashion Guru
Agree with Hylek! Presentation is key. Try to find fitting places and take some pretty screens. Also try to find weapons that would represent Tinkerbell in a better way than those that you are using right now.
I see that the skirt is indeed not a bad choice but the chestpiece is not imo. Try to create something more "dress"- like and though i understand that the original Disney- character neither had any shoes, gloves or anything else on, you could still try to find something matching. I mean it doesn't have to look 100% like the original, just take it as a reference to create something more interesting!
2017-01-14 7:18

You should definitely use The Princess Wand for your weapon! https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/Princess_Wand_Skin
If you really prefer swords though, maybe try Bonetti's Rapier? https://wiki.guildwars2.com/wiki/File:Bonetti's_Rapier.jpg It has a nice delicate look for a fairy, with a touch of swashbuckler/pirate. Maybe she stole it from Captain Hook and enchanted it down to her size? :p

Also, as others have said, try to find some locations that fit your look a bit better. The Grove has some beautiful spots that look quite fairy-like, or try Gendaran fields for some nice beaches and pirate ships to pose with!
2017-01-26 15:27