Posts Tagged ‘transmogrification’

by Matthew Rossi

 

Transmog your way into the Kor'kron Overseers of Undercity

Are you a proud orc, or just like to dress like one, and you want to show solidarity with the Kor’kron Overseers who’ve been watching Undercity since Varimathras pulled his attempted coup? Well, we have a look for you! It actually comes fairly close to matching up with the Kor’kron. Now, this is a plate set, because that’s what the Kor’kron wear, and it’s designed around the use of a 2h weapon for the same reason. Also note, this is specifically designed to look like the Kor’kron Overseers that guard Undercity – it’s not a match for the old Kor’kron who guarded Thrall in Orgrimmar, or the ones you see in Northrend, Cataclysm‘s zones or Mists.

Despite the fact that this is a set modeled after the Kor’kron, it’s technically speaking not a Horde specific set. It can be mostly replicated by any Alliance players who just want to feel Hordely for a day. Yes, I know that’s not a word. What’s interesting about the Kor’kron Overseer look is that it can be approximated fairly closely with in-game items and you can even vary the color on several of the pieces if you don’t like the original for whatever reason.
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by Anne Stickney
One of the most frequently requested sets for transmogrification has to be the unique look of Maiev Shadowsong. Unfortunately, it’s also one that is impossible to duplicate. Although Maiev’s armor and weapons are utterly stunning, there are no player equivalents anywhere in game. The only place you can find the armor is on NPCs, and they aren’t going to share their wardrobe.

That hasn’t stopped players from trying to recreate it, however. And this week we got an email submission from reader Krainz, who managed to put together a surprisingly reminiscent version of Maiev’s unique look, using in game armor with the same color palette. Although it’s not an exact match by any means, it’s close enough that it definitely looks like a Warden outfit. And it was honestly too cool not to share with you all.
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by Anne Stickney

 

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Leveling through an expansion usually means a jaunt into the worst that fashion has to offer. Mixed and matched greens and dungeon blues, pieces of sets and gear that just don’t go together at all. With Mists of Pandaria, we finally have the opportunity to avoid the leveling clown suit altogether, thanks to the transmogrification feature introduced in Cataclysm. For the first time, we’re in control of our own destiny as we level … or at the very least our own fashion sense.

While you could easily just transmogrify your gear to any of your favorite sets, let’s face it — you’re in a strange new land, one full of mystery and untold adventure. And it’s also full of some of the nicest fashions a diehard transmogrification fan could ask for, too! In a twist of utter convenience, Blizzard has placed a vendor in Dawn’s Blossom over in the Jade Forest who will sell players that don’t have the best of gear some green sets for leveling purposes.
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by Dawn Moore

 

Any monk who’s taken a look at the goods sold by the Shado-Pan quartermaster has probably already seen the Replica Shado-Pan Helmet. Upon seeing it, many of those monks undoubtedly thought to themselves “I should make a Shado-Pan transmog outfit.” Well, my good monks, let’s get to it, shall we? Oh, druids and rogues, you can come too.

So the bad news is that aside from the helmet, most of the armor models worn by members of the Shado-Pan aren’t yet available to players. I have hopes that as the expansion goes on we’ll see more of those armor models used for player armor, but for now we’ll have to use substitutes with similar colors and shape to the gear worn by the Shado-Pan.
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by Dawn Moore

 

Blend in with the Tillers with your own farmer outfit

For as long as I’ve played World of Warcraft, players have been making farmer outfits. Who knows why? Maybe it’s because Blizzard made it so easy, or maybe it’s because every gamer subconsciously yearns to live an agrarian lifestyle — Eh, on second thought, I’m going to go with it’s because Blizzard made it so easy. I mean, look at the types of items we can get. There are overalls, a pitchfork, and lets not forget all those ugly brimmed hats. Wrath of the Lich King even gave us the chance to wear plaid flannel shirts. Flannel shirts! What fantasy world application truly requires the abomination that is flannel!?
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by Anne Stickney
Speaking of Pandaria, in order to head to Pandaria’s shores, players must complete quests in their respective capital cities. From there, you hop aboard an airship and make your way to the mysterious, mist-cloaked isle. For the Horde, this means a trip with General Nazgrim and a select force of Hellscream’s Vanguard, whose black, brown and gold set makes a pretty distinctive look.

If you’re going to head to Pandaria as part of Garrosh’s forces, you may as well find a uniform that fits — if you’re a plate wearer, that is. Thankfully, most of this set is quite easy to obtain, with one glaring exception that can be substituted with something similiar, with a little creativity.

This striking black and gold plate set is perfect for warriors, death knights and paladins of all races. Of course the look will come across most clearly on an orc, but hey — even a goblin in this set is likely to turn some heads. For added fun, try dressing an Alliance character in the uniform and see how many people notice your decidedly Horde-themed look!
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by Anne Stickney
Ah, Ravenholdt. Besides being the object of frustration for rep farmers worldwide, Ravenholdt is more importantly home to an elite organization of rogues. Who are they allied with? No one in particular. Why, they might even be allied with you — if you had the right amount of coin, that is.

Ravenholdt Manor is perched high in the peaks of Hillsbrad Foothills. Home to rogues all over the world, the organization is a loose one. It never really seemed to hold any real purpose in World of Warcraft other than squabbling with the Syndicate.

That is, of course, until we saw the introduction of the legendary quest chain for Fangs of the Father in patch 4.3. At that point, Ravenholdt stepped from a handy place to grab a recipe for Thistle Tea to a full-fledged, bustling area with its own fascinating storyline. And while Wrathion has now flown off for greener pastures, Ravenholdt remains for any who choose to visit or grind endless amounts of reputation.

The guards of Ravenholdt have seen a facelift in recent years, and now have a snazzy uniform that highlights leather pieces largely from The Burning Crusade. With transmogrification, any rogue can show allegiance to this shadowy organization in perfect style.
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by Anne Stickney
Players expecting the Cenarion Circle to show up in Hyjal might have been a little surprised to find the Guardians of Hyjal patrolling around up there instead in Cataclysm. These defenders of the world tree Nordrassil aren’t actually the Cenarion Circle at all. While some may be members of the Cenarion Circle, the Guardians of Hyjal are their own organization in their own right. This is why you’ll see druids roaming around as well as warriors in full plate standing guard at Nordrassil’s roots.

The Guardians of Hyjal are actually a collaboration between the druids of the Cenarion Circle and the Green Dragonflight. They’ve banded together to protect Hyjal from any would-be villains and to ensure Nordrassil’s survival. With the uprising of Ragnaros in the region, it would seem that the group is sorely needed — and as a faction in Cataclysm, players can join up with these guys and cash in on reputation rewards.
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by Dawn Moore

 

For those of you who don’t know, there is a subreddit for transmogrification. Though the community is relatively small, it’s a wonderful place to go if you want to show off your latest transmog or ask for help with an outfit that isn’t quite coming together. I like to visit this particular subreddit quite often, and earlier this year, there was one amazing outfit that I just couldn’t get out of my head.

The outfit was put together by Hedgewocket on Lightbringer (EU) and is a close replica of the outfit worn by Chromie. Chromie is, of course, the best NPC in the game lovable bronze dragon who frequently takes on the form of a female gnome.
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by Dawn Moore

 

I give up. I can’t for the life of me create a transmog for Princess Peach. I’ve tried and I’ve tried, but there just aren’t enough pink clothes in the World of Warcraft to piece together a convincing Peach. I’m sorry, Mario, but you’re going to have to settle for some other princess.Princess PoobahPrincess Theradras? Princess … I can’t think of any more.

Anyway, this week I decided to put together a few more transmogs based on Nintendo characters. A lot of readers were asking for more, so I made one for Princess Zelda, Toad, and Roy (you know, from Fire Emblem and Super Smash Bros. – everyone loves Roy!).
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