A Wardrobe is accessed at Vault-keepers throughout the Middle-earth. It is shared among all of your characters on a world of the same account. In a wardrobe you can preserve outfits, both bound and unbound, for later use at the Cosmetic Outfits window.
The Wardrobe may be expanded by purchasing extra slots, see below.
Dragging an item from inventory to the wardrobe merely creates a copy of the original item. The original will remain in your inventory.
Only the appearance is saved in the wardrobe, not any stats, bonuses, or level/class restrictions.
Only clothing and armour appearances may be copied, but not jewellery, weapons, nor pocket items.
- Equipping - Restrictions
Any one of your characters on the same world and account may equip any item in the wardrobe. Doing that does not remove the copy from the wardrobe to the equipment slot, hence many characters may equip the same appearance (sharing the copy).
No restrictions apply to appearances. Hence a hobbit may equip Captain-outfits from the wardrobe, a low-level character may equip outfits obtained in high-level regions, or a new character may equip outfits obtained from a reputation barterer far far away from the beginner areas.
Deleting the original item does not affect the appearance that is stored in the wardrobe.
Deleting an item from the wardrobe will not affect the original item. The appearance may be restored if you still have the original item in some character's possession and you create a new copy of it.
Outfits in your wardrobe can be dyed and every colour is preserved allowing you to store multiple colours on any given item. This does not affect the original item.
If the original item is dyed, yet previously stored in wardrobe as another colour, then copying the item into the wardrobe yet another time will store the new colour of the original item, overwriting any dye that was applied to the wardrobe copy.
Each upgrade adds 10 slots to the shared wardrobe storage space and is purchased from the Lotro Store for 495
Currently the maximum storage limit is 120 slots.