A floating halo to prove just how nice you are.
“Popular among swimmers.”
One of the many odd things you will find in the Veteran’s Shop.
Back: Shark Fin
Head: Shark Helmet
“Now you too can be an alien and blend in with the invaders!”
Right. Well if anyone goes and tries to “blend in” let me know how that went after you get back from reclaim.
Back: Alien Costume Back
Texture: Body, arms, legs and feet plus dangling alien legs.
Head: Alien Costume Helmet
Left-Hand: Alien Costume Left Hand
Right-Hand: Alien Costume Right Hand
Texture: Hand, weapons.
“For those times when you need a little siesta.”
Really large hat, useful on a planet with two suns.
Head: Sombrero Hat
“This particular piece in the collection has a rather familiar design on the front…”
Little black handbag with AO logo from the Birthday celebration.
“Wisely, the manufacturers of this item realized that any attempt at a description would merely cheapen its awesomeness.”
What’s more awesome than a bad fitting wig where your natural hair (or hats on nanomage males!) shows through? From the Birthday celebration.
Some nice visors available during the Birthday celebration, and the In-Game Funcom store. The celebration ones were available individually in these four colours. The FC Shop has a Superb NipponTech “Metsuki” Sight Overlay Device
where the colour of the item can be changed using a screwdriver.
“Spider Pack – Holds whatever a spider pack does.”
Four shades of creepy crawlers for your back. Part of the Halloween 29,485 (2011) celebration. They are fully usable backpacks and not NoDrop so someone may have a spare.
Back: Spider Pack – Shadowy (purple)
Spider Pack – Swampy (green)
Spider Pack – Firey (orange)
Spider Pack – Icy (blue)
Visor. As seen in Baboons nightclub, worn by the Dancing Fool.
It’s occasionally available from Secondhand vendors and as a mission reward.
A great hat for traveling the wild and dusty lands of Rubi-Ka or starting up a Mariachi band. Zoftig Blimp in Hope always keeps this hat in stock.
“This cap was used during the second rebellion on Titan-IC…”
Now it is available in the Trader shops on Rubi-Ka. Same style as the Rhysen’s Carrier Cap but in brown rather than grey.
“This cap is most often worn by various types of messengers, but it is also sometimes worn by hunters and scouts.”
More from Zoftig Blimp in Hope who sells this nice little grey hat. A brown version is available as Cap of the Besieger from the Trader Shop.
For sunny days, nothing beats a good hat. Zoftig Blimp in Hope always has this handy straw hat in stock. Same style as the Venomous Coolie from Shadowlands.
“Humor never killed anyone.”
A silly little hat found in Christmas Gifts dropped by Santa Leets. Not sure if it’s still available, but perhaps some pack-leet still has a gift box stashed away.
“It is said that you once were able to fly when wearing this cap. Nobody knows whether that is true or not, as the AAA batteries needed to power it are no longer produced.”
Propeller Cap, the perfect head item for any occasion. Available from the Christmas Gift boxes dropped by Santa Leets.
An AO classic. These glasses came from the holiday gift boxes dropped by Santa Leets…not that any leets were harmed in the acquiring of these glasses. Really.
Sleek. Black. What more do you need in a pair of sunglasses?
These are available as mission rewards and sold in backyards. They also share a texture with Omni-Tek Sunglasses, Lya’s Sangi Glasses, Shades of Lucubration and Syndicate Shades.
Large and reflective sunglasses for those who wish to avoid the double-sun glare of Rubi-Ka. Katara Sunglasses are available as mission rewards and sold in backyards. They share a texture with Syncopated Heartbeats glasses and Original Search Glasses.