Robe of the Thousand Needles

 


Robe of the Thousand Needles

Armor Type: Cloth - Rare
Level Req.: 38 (70 with Blood Elf/66 with Gnome extras)
Source: Quest reward
Availability: The robe is simple to obtain
3D Model: Wowhead Link

How to get the set:

The robe upon which this outfit is based is a quest reward from Thousand Needles, available to both factions, as listed below:
Alliance – Robe of the Thousand Needles from Spread the Word
Horde – Robe of the Thousand Needles from Spread the Word

Obtaining the robe requires you to complete a lengthy chain of quests which covers most of the Thousand Needles zone.

We’ve included two sets of potential extras to match the robe, both of which are primarily composed of BoE world drops. The first set poses the most potential challenges, as the goggles are engineer only and the belt is no longer available. We decided to include the belt as it’s an excellent match and was available for more than seven years, so many players are likely to have it.

It’s interesting to note that this robe is worn by Twilight Magus mobs in Thousand Needles, whose outfits include matching extras for the robe. Sadly though, these other items are not available to players.

Extras (Blood Elf):

HeadGreen Tinted Goggles (Engineers only! Crafted by Engineers of 150+ skill)
ShouldersSlavehandler Amice (BoE world drop)
HandsBlack Mageweave Gloves (Crafted by Tailors of 215+ skill)
WaistClutch of Andros (No longer available. BoP drop from Kirtonos the Herald formerly in Scholomance)
FeetGreenweave Sandals (BoE world drop)

StaffTerokk’s Shadowstaff (BoP drop from Talon King Ikiss in Sethekk Halls heroic)


Alternative Extras (Gnome):

HeadConsortium Hood (BoE world drop)
ShouldersSilver-Thread Amice (BoE world drop)
WaistImperial Red Sash (BoE world drop)
FeetDuskwoven Sandals (BoE world drop)

WandBanshee Finger (BoP drop from Baroness Anastari in Stratholme)
Off-HandConjurer’s Sphere (BoE world drop)


Note: There are tunics matching the top half of this robe, Andorhal Tunic and Chillwind Tunic, but no kilts matching the lower half.

~ by Noelani on December 29, 2012.

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2 Responses to “Robe of the Thousand Needles”

  1. Erica says:

    If cloth-wearers can wear daggers (not sure if tehy can as I play mostly melee) you could also use the Shard of Azzinoth. It has a green glow about it, and looks very nice IMO.

    River is right though, it’s great for a sims fan!

  2. River says:

    A must-have for any Sims fan.

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