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I come here often for ideas or suggestions for mogging my toons. I am currently stuck though with what appears to be the hardest mogg ever! I want to make a mogg set based around the Ironfeather Longbow for my BE hunter http://www.wowhead.com/item=72876 and I can’t seem to find anything that really fits. I found a few things that are close, but no cigar. I was wondering if you could do a set based around this bow? I have currently started it up as a topic on https://www.facebook.com/shamansesshy (my Alias FB) with a bikini wowmodelviewer image of my BE hunter with the bow.
I can see why you’ve been struggling, it’s definitely not the easiest weapon to match up with armor. My initial thought was that the Steadfast set would be a good match, but having put them together in model viewer, it’s just not quite right.
After a bit of experimenting, I concluded that the Sundered Set is actually a reasonable match, incorporating similar tones. I quickly put together a picture on model viewer so you can see what you think: Khorrie – Sundered Set.
That’s the best I can come up with right now, but I’ll have a further think about it.
That’s actually not that bad! Now to only find some boots and shoulders…..
Too bad mail wearers don’t get shit-kickers like plate wearers get. My fave boots of all time for my plate Belfs are Crustacean Stompers http://www.wowhead.com/item=38084! If there were something even halfway close to that model for mail wearers I would love it! If not, then I prefer slim boots. Shoulders I’m not too picky as long as they aren’t bigger than the body lol.
My apologies, there are actually matching boots for the Sundered Set, but I left them out of the previous image as it was simply intended as a colour match test. I’ve redone the image including the matching bracers, belt and boots: Khorrie Sundered 2.
With regards to shoulders, there are a few options that I’ve found:
- Phalanx Spaulders – Similar colours, very small, simple model.
- Jazeraint Pauldrons – Similar to the above, colours are more toned down though.
- Azure Shoulderguards – Also very simple model, focuses on picking the deep blue/purple out from the set.
- Shoulders of Lightning Reflexes – Leatherworker only. Large model and partial colour match. Not totally sold on this one though.
- Cobalt’s Shoulderguards – Medium-sized model. Not the most attractive, but actually a decent colour match.
- Pauldrons of Midnight Whispers – Medium-sized, matches the Sundered colours perfectly. Has quite a lot of brown in it, which could tie in with the wood on the bow.
For the sake of comparison, I’ve put the set together on Wowhead’s 3D Viewer, alongside the shoulder options above. You can switch the shoulders around to see what you prefer. The link is: here.
Hopefully something there will work for you. Let me know if there’s anything else I can help with.
I really like this! I’m gonna see about starting to farm for all of this come Friday/Saturday when I get time back on my account. As for the shoulders, I tried out the different ones you suggested in my WMV and I think I like the Azure Shoulderguards the best. They seem to match everything as far as color ratio/simplicity goes. Even with the bow being all fancy-like, it doesn’t seem to outclass the set which is what I like. If I come across something in-game while farming that seems to strike me better I’ll post it here
I’m glad you found something to suit your taste. I think the Azure Shoulderguards would be my personal choice of the simpler models too.
Sundered items are actually quite easy to obtain on my realm’s Auction House, so hopefully you’ll also be able to get your hands on them relatively painlessly. Best of luck with the outfit!
I had a comment/suggestion. I love the transmog sets on here, they have helped me many times over. I do find that I often have a transmog page open, and another tab open to wowhead’s compare feature so that I can ‘view in 3d’. I was hoping that it might be possible on the armor sets to have this wowhead compare link available with the mogs. I believe it’s a string that easy enough to spoof just using the item numbers from the database.
Hi Matt, thanks for the kind words!
This is actually a feature we started implimenting in late 2012 for all new non-tier articles, as can be seen on, for example, Raincaller Robes. We’re slowly in the process of updating old articles to have the same, but it’s quite slow considering there are some 1400 to get through! I do consider this an important addition though, so I’ll keep at it until we’re finished.
Thanks so much for the quick reply and update. I was hoping there would be a way to scan the item numbers from the database and have this set up as a script so that it would require manual entry. I’m not a super duper tech person, so I have no idea. I’ve never submitted an armor set, but maybe if there was a form that was like:
Then the submitter could enter the item numbers there, to have it edit a string to go to the wowhead compare page with those inumbers already entered? I have no idea how all that would work, just would be nice if it didn’t have to be done manually!
It could be made to work in a different data entry system, but all of the WoWRoleplayGear articles are produced manually through a WordPress supported back end. There’s no entry form, per se, but rather a blog post format I wrote in html. As such, it’d be quite difficult to devise something which could extract and process the appropriate item codes from each post with this setup. There are plenty of things that I can manipulate globally via small scripts and plugins, but this isn’t one of them sadly.
I’ve considered alternatives many times in the past, but I’d likely end up having to do a complete site overhaul. Sometimes it’s good to not have everything automated though, as I’ve often ended up substantially altering and improving entire old articles, when I initially set out to just add a 3D link to them!
I have a question regarding the Paladin Black and red set ” the replica warlord’s lamellar & the replica General’s lamellar”
apparently much earlier in the game you needed to have an achievement of a legionnaire in PVP in order to unlock this material and buy them, I need to know that if it is still possible to get them?
your help would be highly appreciated
Quoting the Official Patch 5.2 Patch Notes:
“Characters that have attained requisite title levels (Centurion, Knight-Captain, Grand Marshal, High Warlord, etc.) through the Rated Battleground system will be able to purchase old PVP items requiring those titles.”
Prior to 5.2, you needed to have the Feat of Strength achievements for at least Legionnaire/Knight-Captain, as you correctly pointed out. Now you can earn the right to buy them again, but it’s not necessarily easy!
If you’re unable to get the set, you could try the Dark Iron/Inferno Tempered Plate as an alternative. It’s basically the same item models, but the black is more faded and grey than the PvP gear. There’s also a decent comment on Wowhead’s Warlord’s Aegis page, which talks about alternatives for this look.
I would like to thank you for gathering all these information and sharing it with us, it is much appreciated.
I also have a suggestion, The warlocks as you may know now have a quest for “Green fire”, I really would like to have a set that would match that green fire, I will send you my set which I think is nice but I would like to know other possibilities as well.
Thanx a million for all your kind effort
Personally, I use a mixture of the Nemesis Raiment and the Crimson Acolyte’s Lookalike with Terokk’s Shadowstaff, for my own green fire destruction warlock.
Several warlock sets actually work well within the colour scheme, such as Sanctified Dark Coven’s Regalia and S9 Vicious Gladiator’s Felshroud. Outside of warlock specific gear, I’d say that Hibernal Robe is among the better matching robe options.
Those are just a few ideas for what direction you can go with a green fire set. It doesn’t have to be the full set of course, but a couple of pieces can make a great basis for a mix-up outfit. I’d argue that all five of the above could also work really well for affliction warlocks with the glyph of verdant spheres, as they don’t benefit from green fire in the way that demonology and destruction do, but can still make use of the same styling.
and thank you for the options, my own build is as follow and sorry if it is longer than expected:
My own PVP transmog is:
Head = Crown of the sun
the rest is = Ruthless Gladiator’s Felshroud
waist = Ruthless Gladiator’s cord of accuracy
My PVE Transmog is:
Robe = Arachnidian robes
Head = watcher’s cap
hand = arachnidian Gloves
waist = arachnidian Gridle
main hand = Pulse dagger
Off hand = Book of Origination
(the mentioned set I am still looking for a better shoulder but the colors match the top color of the robe)
What recently I am looking into is that sick bronze / greenish looking set which is as follow:
Robe = Gown of spiritual wonder
Hand = Ruthless Gladiator’s felweave hand guard
Shoulder = Mantle of the faceless shroud (also the sanctified dark coven shoulder pads would look good)
Head = Sanctified dark Coven hood
Staff = Terokk’s shadowstaff
Waist = Ruthless Gladiator’s cord of accuracy
There I think that I have shared it with you, I would be more than happy if you would check and let me know what you think also I am open to suggestions, and feel free to pitch in a substitute for any of the sets.
Thank you for you kind attention
this may sound nooby but i just found out the blacksmith in karazhan sells 3 pieces of a blue lawbringer set so i tried to find a whole set but it wasnt there. so i decided to make one myself please check it out its AWESOME
Check this one on a male dwarf http://www.wowhead.com/compare?items=41824:41824:40950:40955:40953:40952:40954:40943:40951:40949&l=85
I love your site Great place to get ideas for transmogging! I have used it many times for my own ideas!
I have recently started my own transmogging blog
Check it out!
Thanks for your great site!
better version of the bold armor
Found this set for my dwarf and made it on Mogit but also on Wowhead
Just wanted to post this up here, it’s a xmog that I put together and I think it’s nice enough looking. I get a lot of compliments so here it is.
Following some investigating I have been told you can buy at a legacy vendor in the Dalaran sewers seasons 9-11 PvP.
Yes, most of those sets are currently available from Blazik Fireclaw in Dalaran sewers. However, there are currently no Cataclysmic sets for Druids, Paladins and Shaman, and only 3/5 of the Priest S11 sets are available. This will be remedied in Patch 5.2, when a few new vendors will be added to the sewers.
Hello! Amazing website, T’is a nice place to look for character ideas based on their clothing. I was wondering, Is there a place I can suggest costume ideas for your website?
Hello and thanks for the compliment, I’m glad you’ve enjoyed the site.
When you say “costume ideas”, do you mean ideas for an outfit theme, or rather sets that you’ve already created yourself?
Whilst we don’t produce any articles based on outfits submitted by others, the forum is probably the best place to go if you’d like to share some of your ideas with other site visitors. There are sections for discussing both transmogrification and roleplay outfits, and an image gallery where you can upload pictures of your own work.
Hopefully that answers your question!
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