Poll : Do You Use Cosmetics In DDO?


This week on the podcast, We discussed a thread in the forum’s talking about Cosmetics, so that brings us to this question.

Do you use Cosmetics In DDO?

  • Yes, Some Combo Of The Above (Please leave a comment) (52%, 17 Votes)
  • No, I Don't Care About Cosmetic Things (24%, 8 Votes)
  • Yes, Cosmetic Armor Kits (6%, 2 Votes)
  • Yes, I have used the Mirror of Glamering (6%, 2 Votes)
  • No, But I Plan To At Some Point (6%, 2 Votes)
  • Yes, Cosmetic Headwear (3%, 1 Votes)
  • Yes, Hair Dyes and Hair Styles (3%, 1 Votes)
  • Other, Please Leave A Comment (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 33

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  1. All of the above. I care how my characters look

  2. Memnir /

    I use em all, happily.
    I want more options to happily use, in fact.

  3. All of the above

  4. All of the above. Halfling Commandos look good while we are dying. I think I spend more DDO points on cosmetics. I was excited to get Two’s armor to match her bright blue hair.

  5. Aside from the Spider Cult mask, I haven’t really gotten into cosmetic headgear – yet – but all the rest, oh yes! Even my bank toon has a glamered weapon, dyed hair, and purchased hairstyle.

  6. Dominic Duval /

    use hair dyes as I get them. It looks very goofy sometimes. But I would’nt pay for this option though… and I hate my party hat.

  7. GLJosh /

    I have White Lich Eyes, The Shadowfell Regalia, and a Enhanced Fire Sireth Type Cosmetic quarterstaff.

  8. saekee /

    I have found that elven females (drow or regular) look good in everything–or rather, make anything look good.
    If only I could do that in RL with my clothes.

  9. Definitely all of the above. I love the Spunky Bun hairstyle on all of my female characters. Most of the armors are hit or miss, but some are clear winners…especially the monk’s outfit that looks like it’s warping space around it (can’t remember what it’s called).

    The only issue I have with cosmetics is the no preview on hairstyles/dyes, along with them not working properly on Iconics.

    All in all though, I would like to see more and think it’s a great use of the DDO Store.

  10. Heck, yeah! I even have a ritual to it. I won’t buy anything for a character until they reach level 10 or so and only if I’m REALLY digging their appeal. Then they go shopping. Ninjas get their masks, archers get their robes. I just found the Mirror of Glamering and applied an outfit look (the one with the fan around the head) to my Zen Archers. I tend to recycle outfits now that they’re not bound to any one outfit. So looks are important to me as adds to the role-play and excitement. All of my characters are female although I’m not…but I think their need to accessorize rubbed off on me.

    Reminds me of a “Wizard of Oz” meme: Two women in a heated fight over a pair of shoes. The hordes of Shavarath will NOT stop me from maximizing my fashion sense!

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