Fiery Glory

By lobsterisme on November 30th, 2014
Race: Sylvari
Gender: Male
Armor: Medium
Color: Black
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The Glorious Medium chest piece might be the only one in the game without some kind of skirt/trench coat. I had to have it.


Fashion Collector
I'm perplexed here. On the one hand, I know you're placing total emphasis on the flames, and if I saw someone with a flaming head and two incinerators coming at me...? But on the other hand, it really does come at the expense of being visually interesting when the weapons aren't in use...or in daytime. Not really a criticism if that emphasis is what you're intending, but I just wonder if you could sneak a secondary color into your non-head armor to support your look. I just feel like it would be sooo impressive looking. However I love your armor choices, and the glorious chest is very cool, grats on working to get it!
2014-12-01 20:05

Perfect! How would it look with the fused gauntlets?
2014-12-02 4:04

William Nicholas
Fashion Collector
I like it a lot. Looks like something from another world, but still in the GW universe. I can't quite figure it out, but it's still great.
2014-12-02 19:38

Fashion Guru
I would probably add some dark red or dark orange on slots which cover small areas.
2014-12-05 12:36

Thanks for all the comments! Darkstar, I wouldn't say the emphasis is flames, the name for the set was something I came up with in a couple seconds while posting this. Your and howellq's comments about color I had thought about, but every time I tried to sneak some color in, it made the whole outfit look like a jumpsuit or a super-hero costume, which is not what I wanted. I settled on the gray/black scheme because it fit with the headpiece's background scheme. Dio, I tried to give him the fused gauntlets and the hellfire gloves and both of them just felt too big and bulky and stuck off his arms weird. I figured the flame effects from incinerator would do the job well enough. I've also since then acquired and added the Balthazar back piece, which goes surprisingly well and acts as a sweet light source as well!
2014-12-08 16:41