Tumblr is dumb and I can’t add another picture to my previous post. 
SO here’s a bigger picture, which shows some of the things I like about the outfit. The glows on the maces echo the glows from shaman DPS weapon enhancements - Flametongue and Frostbrand.
The gloves are made of bones sewn together. That’s just awesome.
The whole thing has a Wrath feel to it, like a jungle troll who went to Northrend and encountered Arthas, and could never emotionally move on, even when the battle turned south, reacting to the Cataclysm, to defeating Deathwing.
I feel like using runed weaponry makes some of the runic embellishment from the kilt feel more natural. It’s technically Icecrown Paladin plate.  She might remember her shaman heritage, but it will always be tempered by the things she learned from the Lich King. The spirits will not heed her call any longer, but perhaps she can bind some of their power in her runes, use that to strengthen her necromagics, maybe make them less harmful to her and the earth. Perhaps the natural world has forsaken her, but she has not forsaken it. 

Tumblr is dumb and I can’t add another picture to my previous post. 

SO here’s a bigger picture, which shows some of the things I like about the outfit. The glows on the maces echo the glows from shaman DPS weapon enhancements - Flametongue and Frostbrand.

The gloves are made of bones sewn together. That’s just awesome.

The whole thing has a Wrath feel to it, like a jungle troll who went to Northrend and encountered Arthas, and could never emotionally move on, even when the battle turned south, reacting to the Cataclysm, to defeating Deathwing.

I feel like using runed weaponry makes some of the runic embellishment from the kilt feel more natural. It’s technically Icecrown Paladin plate.  She might remember her shaman heritage, but it will always be tempered by the things she learned from the Lich King. The spirits will not heed her call any longer, but perhaps she can bind some of their power in her runes, use that to strengthen her necromagics, maybe make them less harmful to her and the earth. Perhaps the natural world has forsaken her, but she has not forsaken it.