Wrath of Spellfire

 


Wrath of Spellfire

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70
Source: Tailor Crafted/BoP raid drops
Availability: Gathering the materials may take a good while, but the recipes are readily available

How to get the set:

Wrath of Spellfire is a set comprised of three pieces, robe, gloves and belt, all of which are crafted by tailors. Spellfire items originally required a tailoring specialisation to create, but as of Wrath of the Lich King, any tailor of the appropriate skill level can make them.

Seeing as there are only three pieces in the set, we have accessorised with other tailor-crafted items.





ChestSpellfire Robe (BoE crafted by Tailors of 375+ skill with Pattern: Spellfire Robe)
GlovesSpellfire Gloves (BoE crafted by Tailors of 365+ skill with Pattern: Spellfire Gloves)
WaistSpellfire Belt (BoE crafted by Tailors of 355+ skill with Pattern: Spellfire Belt)


Extras:

HeadRunecloth Headband (BoE crafted by Tailors of 295+ skill)
ShouldersReinforced Woolen Shoulders (BoE crafted by Tailors of 120+ skill with Pattern: Reinforced Woolen Shoulders)
FeetFelcloth Boots (BoE crafted by Tailors of 285+ skill)

DaggerPerdition’s Blade (BoP drop from Ragnaros in Molten Core)
Off-HandKarborian Talisman (BoP drop from Magtheridon in Magtheridon’s Lair)


Recolours:




Wrath of Spellfire » Spellfire Player Gallery
Gnoworries
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~ by Noelani on April 10, 2012.

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4 Responses to “Wrath of Spellfire”

  1. Paulo Tavares Junior says:

    Ombreiras e elmo do T2 de sacerdote combinam muito bem neste transmog, pois não existe a versão da ombreira e do elmo nesta cor. (brazilian portuguese language)

    Shoulders and head of T2 priest combines too. (english)

  2. Amy says:

    Because I enjoyed this set so well, and it’s quite a busy pattern, I didn’t want to overshadow the robe, or make it “cluttered”. I found the Consortium Mantle http://www.wowhead.com/item=24659 a very nice match. I also combined it with the tailor-made Wizardweave Turban http://www.wowhead.com/item=14130, Abyssal Cloth Footwraps http://www.wowhead.com/item=31216, and Blackflame Cape http://www.wowhead.com/item=13109. As I’m dressing a Gnome, and don’t particularly like to have her belly hanging out, I thought a Bright Yellow Shirt http://www.wowhead.com/item=4332 worked well enough. Captain Sander’s Shirt http://www.wowhead.com/item=3342 might suit well for middle coverage too. For weapons, I paired a simple Umbral Wand http://www.wowhead.com/item=5216, and Tuurik Torch http://www.wowhead.com/item=25098. Currently at level 70, I may yet find “shinier” things along my leveling-way, but I’m very satisfied with my look, and I suspect I’d go for the entertainment of working up a whole new outfit before I think I need to tweak this one at all. Because I tend to think my Gnome looks so darned cute in so much stuff, I could probably re-mog every 5 or so levels. :D

  3. emily says:

    Swiftheal Mantle is what i use with this set.

    Also, Cowl of the Illidari High Lord matches close enough to make this look even cooler :)

  4. Madiera says:

    I found the shoulders were a bit blah, and used wowhead and Icy Veins to find some alternatives. I found
    Mantle of the Three Terrors (drops in Black Morass) or if you are a mage, Evoker’s Silk Amice (Honored with Thrallmar) will work really well to spiff this up.

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