I didn’t really care for this set until I got the staff to go with it. It’s basically a full set (sorry!), but you guys HAVE TO SEE how well the staff goes with it. I was very fortunate to get this staff, since we only have 1 druid in our raid. 😉
This WAS a request – a pink transmog for Valentine’s Day. And…it is pink. And very “50 Shades” if you ask me. If your plate wearer ever gets in a legitimate battle… they will die. And I would love to see this on a male character. A male death knight character. Preferably a pandaren.
I think I made the title pretty clear as to my feelings on this particular texture of clothing. It looks weird to me, different than all the other cloth robes and outfits I’ve put together. This looks very….firm.
Nevertheless, it still looks pretty neat when I got the whole set together!
The basis of these particular transmogs was the Charmed Cierge – my absolute most favorite staff in game. Such a favorite staff that it inspired roughly 5 – 7 outfits. These two are my favorite transmogs for this staff, however.
This is a universal cloth set that can be used by mages, warlocks, and priests. This is the specific variation that I’m wearing in those photos.
I’ll post a picture with the staff equipped on the back – it’s such a beautiful staff – so everyone can see the pretty details on the skulls and the webbing. I did just want to get this set up for people to see. (Though I also wanted to keep it for myself, I admit!)
This is a great set that I have a lot of trouble coming up with a catchy name and description for! It’s pink, it’s brown, it’s got chains, it’s black, and it’s chrome…
And that’s that!
This set can be used by all plate wearers, but – BUT! The belt is one you receive from the Timeless Isle. In order to get this particular model, you must have your loot set to be ret paladin, arms or fury warrior, and a frost or unholy death knight (you can switch it right back after looting the belt).
The weapon, however – the sword is Alliance only AND warrior only. That said, there are plenty of similar models that would work very well.
While this set isn’t very “warlocky”, it’s still quite pretty (IMO). It’s a very spring and summer-type piece with bright colors and a pastel color scheme. It was a damn difficult set to finally pull together, and took a lot of searching for ideas, but I’m very happy with the result! I really, really wanted a transmog for this robe, but it wasn’t working out so well for me beyond the shoulders. After doing some exploring – and tweaking – here we are!
This set can be flaunted and enjoyed by all cloth wearers!
The following set is a beautiful set for warriors, especially those of us that may like a more feminine feel to our outfits. (At least in my opinion!) As a day to day set, this one is one of my most favorite ones, and there are several ways to get it. One of the easiest ways, in my opinion, is through the Timeless Isle.
You can get this set by speccing as a Protection Warrior, a Protection Paladin, or a Blood Death Knight. There are also ways to get this set through raiding – please see this link for other options.
Or we pretend to, at least. Right now, we’re too busy stealing Paladin lookalike sets! This set caused me so much trouble, just because I couldn’t find a good hairstyle or color that worked with it. Until I set it up like this.
Yes, my warrior was originally as blonde as my warlock.
I think I ended up switching to different hairstyle and color combinations about six times total. But it was worth it, for this. And THIS is:
This set is available to paladins, warriors, and death knights.