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!
The Tide Armor set is made to fit resto shaman and their watery healing wave asthetic. Naturally we went with a lot of blues, and an excellent mace that has a watery drip particle effect to it. The helm does have electric particle effects but we’re hoping you look past that because it looks awesome.
Some of the pieces of this set can be hard to come by, the including the shield that drops in ICC. The weapon can be crafted by a blacksmith.
This set is great if you’re looking for a more sinister hunter looks, especially if you’re sporting around some of the more undead/spectral looking pets. We basically went with anything with an orange hue to it, with some black and grey shades as well. The level 70 Zul’aman models worked perfectly with the color and the Shadow Hunter feel especially.
The chest and pants can be bought with justice points in Shattrah. The bow is a BoP trash drop in Ulduar 10 man, so you’ll have to hope to get lucky while doing an Ulduar run. Belt requires Heroic ICC, and the rest are random odds and ins that aren’t too hard to obtain.
We all know shaman hurl lightning bolts, but what about all the other elements? We felt we’d shoot for a more fiery shaman theme with the Molten Emperor set. Shades of burgendy, yellow, and grey come together to create this awesome shaman set.
This set requires a lot of end game Conquest and Valor points to obtain, as well as Heroic ICC which might not be easy to get a group going for. Definitely one of our more difficult to create sets.