|That scarf /= majestic. I dont know about backpieces, but i'd use different shoulders|
|Thank you very much for your opinion! Would you have any suggestions for the shoulders please?|
|Sadly no, I dont have a human male haha|
|Alright, I'll try to come up with something on my own!|
|Breaking style is ok if it works like "the icing on the cake". Shoulder and gloves are totally inappropriate here. I don't have a male character, but I would advise you to stick to classic armor parts if you want to create a royal look (Barbaric, Glorious, Banded Pauldrons, Tempered Scale Pauldrons, Commander's or Protector's Shoulderplates etc.).|
As far as the back part is concerned - there is little choice.. Maybe Recruit's Wings of Glory, Lightbringer's Pack, Warmaster's Pack, Relic of Balthazar and other back items from Relic Collector can also be tried.
|I would lose the shoulders. They don't make the character look majestic. More kinda silly. I'm a big fan the Speakbreaker's Redoubt. Banded may also work out well. As for back pieces, you could just keep it simple and go with a quiver.|
Here are some links that might help, the first a list of all the armor sets in the game, second a gallery of the back pieces, and final a listing of all the standalone armor pieces.
|The scarf is not helping the royal look. I would look into triumphant armor. Also, look at the human cultural pieces, especially the shoulders. Most of those items fit your theme you are going for. Finally, dont feel that you need to use every slot. More sometimes does not equal better. Sometimes characters look better without a back piece.|