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.
This set was crafted around the unity of the blues and purples in the chosen pieces, making it a pretty fitting frost mage get-up. We very much like how the staff, shoulders, and hood all have a similar particle effect glow to them, and also the matching pattern on the robes, belt, and shoulder pieces.
This armor set is obtained without too much trouble, a lot of the pieces can be crafted/purchased. A few pieces do require some old raiding however, including the cape and shoulders.
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.
This is the set we originally planned to make that the Worgen Hunter spun off from, thus why they share a melee weapon and eye-patch. The original set just didn’t look very polished, and while everything matched visa vi color, it mixed low res and high res textures awkwardly. After going back to the drawing board we think we’ve made a pretty kickass Goblin/Steam Punk hunter set.
Everything about this set is fairly easy to get, the hardest being the Steampistol that drops from Al’ar in The Eye. Everything else is very easy to do solo, albeit it might be a bit of an adventure since the pieces come from very different sources.
The set is pretty simple, especially for a Warlock set. The basic premise was just to mix purples, blacks, and red colors together for an interesting Warlock set. As a result, it kinda fits more with the Demonology spec (being that is used both shadow and fire damage). It also has a bit of a Dalaran influence, but that was more or less unintended.
The great thing about this set is that its all very easy to obtain, everything can be gotten without much trouble at all, although the shoulders are purchasable for Horde Warlocks only for justice points (fun fact: I originally had a gnome preview this outfit before realizing that).