Merciless Gladiator’s Priest Sets

 


Merciless Gladiator’s Investiture/Raiment
Priest Season 2

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70
Source: Honor purchases/BoP token purchases and boss drops from Outland raids
Availability: Priests only! Simple to obtain

How to get the set:

There are two visually identical Season 2 priest sets:
Discipline/HolyMerciless Gladiator’s Investiture
ShadowMerciless Gladiator’s Raiment

There are currently two methods for obtaining the Season 2 sets. Firstly, the pieces may be purchased from Kezzik the Striker in Area 52, Netherstorm, at a combined cost of 4500 Honor Points. This can be broken down into 1000 honor each for the head, chest and legs, and 750 honor each for shoulders and gloves.



Alternatively, the five items in each set may be purchased from Olus or Soryn, <Exotic Gear Purveyors> on the Isle of Quel’Danas, using tokens which drop from Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep. These tokens are also used to purchase Tier 5 sets.

The matching belts, boots and bracers are listed at the bottom of the article.


The following list highlights the source of each token:

Head TokenHelm of the Vanquished Defender (BoP drop from Lady Vashj in Serpentshrine Cavern, at a 61% drop rate)
Shoulder TokenPauldrons of the Vanquished Defender (BoP drop from Void Reaver in Tempest Keep, at a 70% drop rate)
Chest TokenChestguard of the Vanquished Defender (BoP drop from Kael’thas Sunstrider in Tempest Keep, at a 61% drop rate)
Glove TokenGloves of the Vanquished Defender (BoP drop from Leotheras the Blind in Serpentshrine Cavern, at a 70% drop rate)
Leg TokenLeggings of the Vanquished Defender (BoP drop from Fathom-Lord Karathress in Serpentshrine Cavern, at a 66% drop rate)


Extras:

WristsVeteran’s Mooncloth Cuffs (Purchasable for 130 Justice Points from Kayri on the Isle of Quel’Danas)
WaistVeteran’s Mooncloth Belt (Purchasable for 208 Justice Points from Kayri on the Isle of Quel’Danas)
FeetVeteran’s Mooncloth Slippers (Purchasable for 208 Justice Points from Kayri on the Isle of Quel’Danas)

Main-Hand MaceCrystal Spire of Karabor (BoP drop from Illidan Stormrage in Black Temple, at a 15% drop rate)
Off-HandTalisman of Kalecgos (BoP purchase for 230 Justice Points from G’eras in Shattrath)


Recolours (Priest-only):

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~ by Noelani on November 13, 2011.

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7 Responses to “Merciless Gladiator’s Priest Sets”

  1. Jeremy Mathewson says:

    Just for the sake of completeness, the gloves and helm from this set can also be purchased using the “Forgotten Conqueror” tokens which drop in Hyjal from Azgalor and Archimonde, respectively.

  2. Jermanie Martin says:

    Correction: only Soryn has this problem. You can still buy these from Olus using the tokens printed on this page.

  3. Jermanie Martin says:

    This information is incorrect. The vendors Olus and Soryn in Quel’Danas will sell you these pieces, but the tokens from them are the “of the forgotten conqueror” set, which can be obtained in Black Temple.

  4. mumford says:

    Does anyone have any ideas for different shoulders that would match this set that don’t have wings? The little wings on an undead look really out of place.

  5. Katchup says:

    For easily farmable matching cloak, I’d suggest the Spritecaster Cape (http://www.wowhead.com/item=11623) from the Houndmaster in BRD. It took me a while to find one that matched this color scheme so I thought I’d share.

  6. Dahija says:

    The main set pieces can now be purchased from Kezzik the Striker in Area 52.

  7. Keelhaul says:

    I’ve been wearing the T6 set, simply because that was my heyday and it’s been great to reminisce. But going forward, I think I’m going to sport this set for awhile because I think it’s considered second-rate by most Priests and I couldn’t disagree more. Fantastic design, and probably the better of the two color schemes in terms of uniqueness because fewer Priest are likely to be wearing it. Not many players know that you can exchange the tier tokens for this set and JP for the accessories so the majority have probably forgotten about it.

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