The Women of Camelot

Rarely have I been so excited to blog as I am right now.  The Muses   recently released two sets of incredibly detailed, beautifully designed partial mesh outfits. The pieces I chose reminded me strongly of the television series Merlin, and closely resembled the mentalities and personalities of the main female protagonist and antagonist of the series.

Lady Morgana was a powerful witch from an ancient bloodline. Her anger toward the King’s policies on the banishment of witchcraft and the old religion twisted her mind and transformed her passion for justice into a delusional passion for conquest.  The skies turned bloody with her rage.

 

 

The once handmaiden, turned Queen of Camelot, Guinevere Pendragon.  Although Gwen came from humble origins, her steadfastness in fighting for what’s right regardless of the consequences, and her overwhelming compassion for all raised her up until the entire kingdom glorified her name.

 

The amazing thing about these dresses, beyond the obvious quality and creativity, are definitely the ability to customize them. Because the pieces come on different layers, you can use one dresses shirt under another and it will fit perfectly.  My favorite part about the last dress is the HUD that comes with it, allowing you to change the color of the inner panel of the dress. As you can see, I made my cream.

I can’t wait to see what more this store comes out with. The roleplay community has been in serious need of quality, original mesh items, and I think The Muses just might become a major fixture in my inventory!

 

Morgana:

The Muses: Rainha (A mixture of red and black versions)
Skin: Essences (Libra) *Zodiac
Hair: Magika (Capture)
Pose: Pose Plastique (By the Water)- nextdoor to The Muses
Magical Element: Mad Girl Ninjas’ Designs (Bring the Light)
Gwen:

The Muses: Shieldmaiden (Green)
Hair: .b/Analog Dog (Forgiven)
Skin: Deesses (Aylin)*group gift
Horse: Focus Poses
Pose: Del May (Avant Garde)
Background: Garden of Dreams (The Woods)

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