Cataclysmic Gladiator’s Chain Armor (Purchased from Captain Dirgehammer in Stormwind City for 1,100 Honor Points [Alliance Only]) (Purchased from Sergeant Thunderhorn in Orgrimmar for 1,100 Honor Points [Horde Only]) (Purchased from Kylo Kelwin in Dalaran for 1,100 Honor Points)
Finder’s Keepers (Quest reward from I’m Not Supposed to Tell You This in Eastern Plaguelands)
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!)
And another -less post; much like the PVP-based post prior to this! This includes 2 versions of PVP sets that match the Lightning Rod staff very well. The first set is the Relentless Gladiator’s Felshroud (and both sets, again, are warlock only):
The PVP sets for the warlock are great (in my opinion). I didn’t realize that doing PVP for the older sets would lead the way into PVPing for the newer sets and mounts, but here we are! Either way, though, I thought I’d feature a few of the older PVP sets I’ve collected – still in the spirit of clearing out my backlog.
Because these are some of the first sets I set up or collected – the first picture in particular – it lacks much variety and in this case….a weapon. Though, the staff pictured in the second picture – the Vengeance Staff – works great with either one of these sets. Because these are PVP sets, they are warlock only.