For this set we decided to just use a simple concept, a blue knight. And with the helm we thought it’d be fun to stick a Goblin in this set. This set is mostly a mix of the crafted cobalt armor and the Hour of Twilight Heroics blue plate drops. A couple of pieces will require you to farm some Wrath of the Lich King raids, but it’s nothing crazy at all.
In preparation for Pandaria, we thought it would be fun to explore some Monk transmogs. Here’s one we made specifically for Orcs, although we imagine it’d look good on most races regardless. Most of the pieces in this transmog are very easy to get, and the hardest would probably be the bracers, which has several same model choices to pick from. Also, you could easily pick another staff, there are a little of simple looking one’s that will work perfectly.
Another great set from Deadeyé! Although aimed as a pvp set, there are a couple of valor purchases necessary to finish it, so keep that in mind. Most of the set is easily obtained otherwise, although you’ll have to dig through Ulduar for the gun.
This submission is from Deadeyé! A lot of the pieces of this set is BoE, so you could get a good head-start by searching the auction house (check to see if a friendly blacksmith has the helm pattern). Other pieces come from a bunch of different raids and instances, but nothing beyond early WotLK content so just get a small group together for help and start hunting!
This set comes from Foxfyr of Eitrigg <Victorious Secret>! The Darkmantle pieces can be obtained in the dark moon fair and while time consuming can be obtained solo. The axe drops off Al’ar from Tempest Keep, so bring a friend, while a group of friends will most likely have to help you grab the dagger in 25man Ulduar. Finally, the helm drops off Illidan in the Black Temple, which will also require a couple of friends at least.
When we first started this blog, we were really just having fun making transmog sets in MogIt and thought it’d be cool to just chronicle some of our favorites. Back then we weren’t getting many visits a day (maybe around 20, and I’m sure plenty of that was just us refreshing the page and such). We were content with this, as we didn’t really wanna go out on fan sites and essentially spam our blog for attention or anything. After a month or so we took a break from the game and didn’t really think much about the blog past then.
But when checking back up on it out of curiosity and such, we were ecstatic to see in just half a year the site had over 50,000 visits! Suffice to say, we feel really crappy about neglecting the site and anyone interested in us uploading new sets. So we will definitely get on that! But we especially feel bad for anyone who emailed us and got no response, we even got a couple fan submissions we’d like to share with you all. So without further ado, check them out, they kick ass!
For this set we wanted to create more of a brawler look rather than stealthy. We thought it fit a more dwarven rogue design, like a combat rogue. We love the single shoulder and eye-patch, and since the set is a pretty neutral looking you can put in any weapons you want instead of the ones we chose. Since the whole set its brown, we’re sure you can replace a lot of the pieces for other pieces you prefer without losing the look of the set.
This set is fairly easy to obtain, almost all the pieces are random greens or quest rewards. A couple come from easily soloable dungeons.