Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 38 for the robe alone (70 with extras)
Source: BoE crafting
Availability: Time consuming to complete the outfit
3D Model: Wowhead Link
How to get the set:
The focus for this article is the Shadoweave Robe and the Robes of the Lich. The former is crafted by Tailors with 245 or more skill, the latter a drop from Amnennar the Coldbringer in Razorfen Downs.
The two robes are identical in colouration, but have a slight difference in model. The Shadoweave Robe has tight cuffs, as shown in the picture to the left, whereas the Robes of the Lich have a flared cuff.
We’ve added suggestions for a number of extras to match the robes, most of which are BoEs. The mask is probably the most challenging piece to obtain, being that the pattern to learn the recipe is no longer obtainable.
Head – Shadoweave Mask (BoE crafted by Tailors of 245+ skill)
Shoulders – Eternal Spaulders (BoE world drop)
Back – Regal Cloak (BoE world drop)
Hands – Mystical Bracers (BoE world drop)
Hands – Mystical Gloves (BoE world drop)
Waist – Gossamer Belt (BoE world drop)
Feet – High Councillor’s Boots (BoE world drop)
Runecloth Shoulders are a good, easily obtainable alternative to the Eternal Spaulders listed above. They are tailor-crafted and share the same colouration as the above, but have a slightly different model which may be to your preference.