Friday, March 30, 2012

The Gnome Collection: Priest Trainer

Armor Type: Cloth
Restrictions: None

Shoulders: Gossamer Shoulderperds
Chest: Gossamer Robe
Hands: Gossamer Gloves
Waist: Dawnspire Cord
Feet: Kurkenstoks

Weapon: Hand of Righteousness
Off-Hand: Lordaeron Medical Guide

Another one for the gnomes. The Gossamer Robe might cost you quite a bit if you buy it from the AH since it is a unique colour scheme for that model, but if you're anything like me a high price tag won't stop you. Other items can be found in low level dungeons or quests, so altogether a very easy set.

The Gnome Collection: Gnomeregan Innkeeper

Armor Type: Cloth
Restrictions: None

Shoulders: Laughing Skull Shoulderpads
Chest: Seer's Padded Armor
Hands: Gossamer Gloves
Waist: Archmage Belt
Legs: Sorcerer Pants
Feet: Linen Boots

Weapon: Ruumbo's Arm
Off-Hand: Furbolg Medicine Pouch

 Here we have another character outfit inspired by one of the innkeepers outside of Gnomeregan. The main and offhand items can be changed to whatever you feel like... I just felt like a board with a nail was a fitting weapon for an innkeeper.

The Gnome Collection: Gnomeregan Infantry

Armor Type: Cloth
Restrictions: Engineers only

Head: Spellpower Goggles Xtreme
Shoulders: Almost New Shoulderpads
Chest: Sage's Cloth
Wrists: Sage's Bracers
Hands: Sage's Gloves
Waist: Sage's Sash
Legs: Sage's Pants
Feet: Sage's Boots

Weapon: Gnomeregan Mindslicer
Off-Hand: Gizlock's Hypertech Buckler

So there aren't many transmog sets that look good on gnomes out there, so this is the first in a series of outfits designed specially for their stubby little bodies! This particular set is made to look like the gnome guards you see outside Gnomeregan.

Alternative items for those that can't use shields or aren't engineers:

Head: Junior Technician 3rd Grade Goggles or Amethyst Beholder Eye
Off-Hand: Kobold Candle

Anacondra's Robe

Armor Type: Cloth 
Class Restrictions: None

Shoulder: Twilight Mantle
Chest: Anacondra's Robe
Feet: Spidersilk Boots (or any black boots)

Weapon: Devotion

Another simple and easy outfit. The only hard item to get would be Devotion as it drops from Yogg-Saron in Ulduar, but you could easily replace is with a binky staff or something from the AH. Devotion is one of my favorites though!

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Silksand Robes

Armor Type: Cloth
Class Restrictions: None

Chest: Silksand Wraps
Feet: Gossamer Boots

Here is a fairly simple set featuring one of my favorite robes. All of the items are easily obtained through questing, crafting, or can be purchased from a vendor or the AH.

High Inquisitor Whitemane

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Armor Type: Cloth
Class Restrictions: None

Chest: Cindercloth Vest
Wrists: Earthmender's Bracer of Shattering
Feet: Infernoweave Boots
Tabard: Sunreaver Tabard (Horde only)

Weapon: Glowing Brightwoodstaff

There are a few alternative items you can use to complete this set in case you have already done the quests that give you the gloves, bracers and belt. Infernoweave Gloves go pretty well with the rest of the set along with a pair of bracers that are small enough to be hidden underneath, and for the belt I use a Gossamer Belt.

Arise, my champion!

Demon Hunter

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Armor Type: Leather
Class Restrictions: None

Chest: Grizzly Jerkin
Wrists: Arctic Wristguards
Feet: Prospector's Boots

Weapons: Blade of Savagery

This set will require some effort to put together. The head and weapons both come from Black Temple. The reason this set does not use the Twin Blades of Azzinoth from Illidan is that it is meant to be fully Since legendary items cannot be used to transmog, the Blade of Savagery offers a nice alternative while still keeping the same demon-y style. You can wear this entire set in a raid and not have any weird, out of place looking equipment. Doesn't it look like you just stole the swords from the corpse of a slain Shivan?

Most of the other items are either crafted or BoE world drops that can all be found on the AH. The exception is the shoulder piece which can be obtained as a reward for this quest chain. Alternatively, there are many lookalikes that you can view on Wowhead, take your pick.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

First Outfit!

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Armor Type: Cloth
Class Restrictions: Mage only

Chest: Arcane Robe
Feet: Buccaneer's Boots (or any black/dark blue boots will do)

Here is one of my personal favorite outfits. I wear this on my mage all the time! Unfortunately it is a mage-only set due to the head and shoulder pieces being from the dungeon 2.5 set you get from quests in AQ40. For those of you that do play a mage, this takes a little bit of grinding in Temple of Ahn'Quiraj. Warlocks and priests also have their own versions of this set in a different colour scheme, Doomcaller's Attire and Garments of the Oracle respectively. The circlet is one of my favorite items to transmog--very cool but not obnoxious and shiny.

Most of the other items can be either crafted or bought from the AH. The robe may be quite expensive, but it's completely worth it!