Today I'm sharing an outfit with you that, for a change, doesn't cost a billion credits on the galactic trade network by now and is relatively easy to get (provided you have a high level character) - but it still looks really awesome! And you don't have to take my word for it: just before posting this, I saw @Chitonfya post a screenie of their character with a similar dye on Twitter. What can I say, great minds...
The pretty girl with the emo make-up is my new Dark vs Light character Ravadis, a dark side assassin. She has been on my wishlist for a long time, because the female inquisitor's voice is just perfect for evil characters, but somehow all the inquisitors I made previously looked too cute to play pure dark side. Guess what? I'm loving it. Luckily I'm duoing with Marinka, so I have a shoulder to cry on when I feel bad about Ravadis' actions. We're such saints. But I should stop rambling, you want to know what the set pieces are already!
The setHallowed Gothic Vestments (adaptive legacy armour, dark red and black dye)
Hallowed Gothic Gloves (adaptive legacy armour, unify colours)
Hallowed Gothic Sash (adaptive legacy armour, unify colours)
Hallowed Gothic Lower Robes (adaptive legacy armour, unify colours)
Hallowed Gothic Boots (adaptive legacy armour, unify colours)
Hallowed Gothic Bracers (adaptive legacy armour, unify colours)
I would advice a red or yellow lightsaber crystal to go with this outfit; Ravadis, being a traditional evil sith, went with red.
The Hallowed Gothic set is originally black with blue, which also looks really good, but for Ravadis the dark red and black dye added just that little extra, corresponding with her jewellery, make-up and hair.
So where do I get this set, you say? Well, that's the best part: you can simply buy it for some credits at the reputation vendor on Oricon. Because it is legacy gear, you can even send it over to a poor or lower level alt. You do need champion standing in order to buy it, which you'll get by doing dailies. Luckily the Oricon dailies are lucrative and you'll be swimming in credits by the time you're done.
The collage above shows some less visually appealing poses, but I included them anyway for revealing the back and the side of this outfit; something that is often overlooked. After all, the back of your character is the side you'll be looking at most!
There are a lot of outfits available to evil sith and most of them involve naked body parts, ragged cloth or pins and thorns sticking out of random places. I'm not such a fan of these, so I wanted to go for a more civilised feel, inspired by the inquisitor's master, lord Zash. She is actually one of my favourite inquisitor story characters: Zash is attractive, her main assets definitely being her cunning and honey-dripping voice, yet at the same time she radiates power; you constantly get the feeling you don't want to find yourself on her bad side. In a way, this outfit is a tribute to Zash. I tried to express Ravadis' sith side with her stern look and expressive sith style make-up.
Did you get inspired by in-game story characters for your (sith) toons?