Rising Up To The Challenge Of Our Rival

Sorry, no Rocky.  Instead, I finally had a chance to show Effy how it’s done, after she laid a challenge at my feet last week.  You can see her own response to the challenge here.  With everything going on I made it clear I wouldn’t have a chance to present my proper Gilnean until today.

As you can see, some Gilnean folk who are all hoity-toity don’t mind getting a little dirty.  My Mage friend here looks the part, but is ready to take on all comers just as many of her friends did during the Civil War of Gilneas.  Her outfit is as follows:

Even following the War, and the infection…well, admit it, she still looks good.  Just don’t get too close, those claws are sharp.

The important thing for me was not just having an elegant looking Worgen, but one the people could entrust not only to throw a sweet soiree, but also step forward in their hour of need.  As the great Thomas Pettyclaw sang, “You can stand me up at the gates of hell, but I won’t back down.”

7 thoughts on “Rising Up To The Challenge Of Our Rival

  1. kamaliaetalia April 29, 2012 / 1:31 pm

    Oooh, Estheriot looks goood. Very noble, very aristocratic — and very badass.

    I know people like to use the Laughing Skull Shoulderpads because they’re so tiny, but I don’t think they really work well with very many chestpieces. This combination, though, works marvelously.

    • JD Kenada April 29, 2012 / 2:02 pm

      *bow*

      Thank you, thank you.

      You’re right, though, the shoulders do often get misused and that was the one slot I debated. Well, that and the more brown/yellow version of the chest.

  2. tomeoftheancient April 29, 2012 / 2:24 pm

    Oh, she looks wonderfully dangerous. I’m viewing her while listening to the inimitable Thomas Pettyclaw play in the background!

    • JD Kenada April 29, 2012 / 2:45 pm

      \m/ >_< \m/

      If you're having a last dance with Mary Jane you best not tell anyone.

  3. Cymre April 30, 2012 / 7:22 pm

    Ooh, very prim and proper lady there 🙂

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