Trial Priest transmog - Flying tiger, hidden exp. gain

Sometimes I get a strong urge to play WoW, but I know that once I buy game time I grow tired of playing after a week or two. So when the WoW fever hit me this time I decided to just play the trial version of the game, which allows you to play for an unlimited time for free up to level 20 with some restrictions.

I created a priest (since obviously, I love priests) called Mysfox (which is a kind of couples' dance), and I managed to get almost all of the best possible trial gear for her except the arena trinket and heirlooms. But since I am crazy about transmogs, of course I had to look as stylish as possible even as a level 20.

The range of transmog items at level 20 is scarce, so I had to work with what was available. No item my priest is wearing is priest-only, except for the staff. I originally wanted to use the [Staff of the Friar] for this transmog, but it hasn't dropped for me yet, so I decided to go with this priest-only staff instead. Furthermore, the goggles are only wearable as an engineer, and you have to craft them yourself. The mount is only available to those who already have it on a real account, connected to the same battle.net ID as their trial account.

If you want to see what items I am wearing underneath the transmog, check out my armory.

[Flying Tiger Goggles], Head (Engineering)
[Feline Mantle], Shoulders
[Fur Covered Robe], Chest
[Seer's Gloves], Hands
[Wisp-Chaser Cord], Waist
[Staff of the Hallowed], Staff (Priest quest)
[2H Weapon - Minor Impact], Enchant (blue, uppper)
[2H Weapon - Lesser Intellect], Enchant (yellow, lower)
[Raven Lord], Mount


Cloth transmog - Desert nomad

Here's yet another cloth transmog. I'm not quite sure why I think the cloth ones are the most fun to make; it might be because I love robes in game, but irl I never wear dresses. Strange.

Anyhow, this transmog was meant to be for warlocks, but once again I realized when I was finished that I hadn't used any pieces that are exclusives for warlocks. The shoulders in this set are horde only, however, so it's only available for horde players.

[Firewool Cowl], Head
[Mantle of Revered Mortality] (horde), Shoulders
[Robes of Faltered Light], Chest
[Gloves of Pandemonium], Hands
[Cord of Reconstruction], Waist
[Oilfoot Slippers], Feet
[Wrathful Gladiator's War Staff], Staff


Shaman transmog - Savages

I know there are plenty of awesome looking fist weapons out there, but I felt compelled to use one that would colour-match these shoulders. That was also the reason why I picked this bland belt.

The head I used for this set looks good on almost any class because of the hair attached to it. It is not easy to come by as it requires the Challenge Conqueror: Gold-achievement. Good luck!

[Windfury Mask], Head
[Defiler's Mail Pauldrons] (alliance/horde), Shoulders
[Worldfire Chestguard], Chest
[Proto-Handler's Gauntlets] (heroic), Hands
[Investigator's Belt] (alliance/horde), Waist
[Molten Earth Kilt], Legs
[Dreadful Gladiator's Sabatons of Cruelty], Feet
[Claws of Gekkan], One-hand fist weapon (left)
[Wrathful Gladiator's Pummeler], One-hand mace (below)
[Troll Protector], Shield (below)


Priest transmog - SQUID!

As some of you might already know, I play as a holy priest, which is the reason why all my priest transmogs have been cute and... pure (?). I thought it was about time I created something for shadow priests, and I've been thinking for a long time about using this staff for a transmog, so today I combined those two ideas. :P

I am not really a fan of the [Terestian's Stranglestaff] seen above, but it is my friend Libro's favourite staff and I have to admit it fits this transmog quite well. Every time I look at that gif, it creeps me out... in a good way.

[Malevolent Gladiator's Satin Hood], Head
[Shawl of Wonderment], Shoulders
[Robes of Forgone Hope], Chest
[Mistyreed Gloves], Hands
[Malevolent Gladiator's Cord of Accuracy], Waist
[Gnomish Inventor Boots], Feet
[Terestian's Stranglestaff], Staff (upper)
[Stanchion of Primal Instinct], Staff (right)


Mage transmog - Gilded sorcery

[Ruthless Gladiator's Silk Cowl], Head
[Shoulders of Ruinous Senility] (heroic), Shoulders
[Bloodsoul Raiment] (heroic), Chest
[Handwraps of Flowing Thought], Hands
[Girdle of Endemic Anger], Waist
[Bonecaster's Boots], Feet
[Uhn'agh Fash, the Darkest Betrayal], Dagger
[Fan of Fiery Winds] (raid finder), Off-hand

I'm not really sure what head this is; when I created this transmog in mogit I simply used the only head that I thought would match this outfit well. I don't play PvP and I don't keep track of what item sets that have expired. If this one is unobtainable I apologize! Maybe exchanging it for the [Collar of the Aldor] or the [Conqueror's Kirin Tor Hood] would work?

The shoulders are from the Warlock t10 recolour set, while the robe is from the Priest t10 recolour set. If you're lucky you might get both in the same ICC heroic run. The dagger is actually an agility weapon, but since it's from an old raid, I think stealing it for transmog would be OK...


Hunter transmog - Dragon sniper

[Vengeful Gladiator's Chain Helm], Head
[Ahn'Kahar Blood Hunter's Spaulders], Shoulders
[Ghostworld Chestguard], Chest
[Dragonflayer Seer's Bindings], Wrists
[Protector Gauntlets], Hands
[Girdle of the Prowler], Waist
[Vengeful Gladiator's Chain Leggings], Legs
[Vicious Dragonscale Boots], Feet
[Wolfslayer Sniper Rifle], Gun
[Member's Shirt], Shirt
[Keepers of Time Tabard], Tabard

It was time for a new hunter transmog. I built this one around the [Wolfslayer Sniper Rifle], which has a chance to drop from the opera event in Karazhan after defeating The Big Bad Wolf during the Little Red Riding Hood bossfight.

These shoulders emit a black smoke, while the head has an orange glow effect (and the eye will occasionally stare at you...)


Cloth transmog - Witchcrafting

Sooo... "red" seems to have been a recurring theme the last few days. I'm not quite sure why all my latest transmogs are based on that colour, but I sure hope you guys like red. This particular transmog is red since both of my last warlock designs were green and/or purple, so I thought I'd try on a new colour. Red seemed like a good color for someone who allies himself with demons.

Shoes and shoulders might be a pain to get by the way.

[Cowl of the Grand Engineer], Head
[Mantle of the Corrupted], Shoulders
[Demonweave Raiment], Chest
[Cuffs of Black Elements], Wrists
[Lava Burn Gloves], Hands
[Cord of Screaming Terrors], Waist
[Leggings of Unfinished Conquest], Legs
[Furious Gladiator's Slippers of Dominance], Feet
[Staff of the Shade], Staff (left)
[Tower of the Mouldering Corpse], Staff (bottom)

This was meant to be a warlock transmog, but when I was finished I realized I hadn't used a single piece that was warlock only. Thus, this transmog works for any cloth class... but I still think it looks a bit too sinister for a mage or a priest. ;) 


Rogue transmog - Candy cane

A rogue transmog based on the [Ghostshroud] head. Rogues usually dress in dark colours so I thought it would be fun to create a brighter transmog... even though it's maybe not as stealthy as the usual dark hoods. Then again, these are the same colours as you get to wear when playing Assassin's Creed, so on some level it's bound to work.

[Ghostshroud], Head
[Violet Stalker Shoulderpads], Shoulders
[Wolffear Harness], Chest
[Formal White Shirt], Shirt
[Bindings of the Depths], Wrists
[Furious Gladiator's Leather Gloves], Hands
[Wendigo Collar], Waist
[Furious Gladiator's Leather Legguards], Legs
[Arctic Boots], Feet
[Electrified Dagger], One-hand Dagger (alliance, left)
[Malchazeen], One-hand Dagger (right)


Plate transmog - Liar's blood

I couldn't decide whether to label this as a warrior transmog or as a paladin transmog so I just put "plate" in the title. This is, needless to say, available for all plate classes. It would, however, be slightly easier to get as a warrior, since the shoulders are just a replica of the t12 warrior shoulders.

The male model of this chest piece shows an open back just like the female version to the left does. If you don't like showing too much skin you can hide it with a tabard or cloak.

[Bloodscale Helm] , Head
[Spaulders of Recurring Flame] (heroic), Shoulders
[Bloodforged Chestpiece], Chest
[Rockwurm Plate Handguards], Hands
[Thorium Belt], Waist
[Greaves of the Martyr], Legs
[Lavawalker Greaves], Feet
[Liar's Tongue], One-hand Sword
[Ward of the Red Widow], Shield


Warrior transmog - Siegebreaker

[Valorous Siegebreaker Helmet], Head
[Stormforged Shoulders], Shoulders
[Battleplate of Resounding Rings], Chest
[Gloves of Transcription], Hands
[Belt of the Ringworm], Waist
[Riptide Legguards] (alliance/horde), Legs
[Plankwalking Greaves], Feet
[Rigid Greatsword], Sword, Two-hand (left)
[Troll Butcherer], Sword, Two-hand (right)

Maybe this isn't the fanciest looking transmog, but I always feel pleased when I manage to achieve something that matches this well using mostly greens and blues. Since alot of the items are greens/blues there are alternatives with the same appearance if you think the drop rate to the ones I linked is too low or if you've already completed that particular quest.


Shaman transmog - Emerald and terracotta

Hi guys and I hope you had a pleasant New Years Eve!

This shaman transmog gives a rather menacing impression... which I consider to be a good thing.

I am actually not entirely sure if the [Vicious Gladiator's Ringmail Armor] from Season 9, displayed to the right, is still obtainable in the game. In my opinion, that particular chestpiece is ideal for this transmog, but if you don't have it in your bank and can't get ahold of it, the [Mail of the Geyser] is an example of an all right replacement.

[Dreadful Gladiator's Ringmail Helm], Head
[Iron-Studded Mantle], Shoulders
[Vicious Gladiator's Ringmail Armor], Chest
[Gloves of Whispering Winds], Hands
[Champion's Girdle], Waist
[Kilt of the Forgotten Battle], Legs
[Glider's Sabatons], Feet
[Combatant's Bootblade], One-hand dagger
[Elementium Stormshield], Shield