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Transmogification

Today, we take a look at new transmogrification features in World of Warcraft: Legion. This early, alpha version shows the Wardrobe, a new addition to player collections, that stores the appearances of every soulbound item you collect, as well as appearances of all completed quest options, enchantments, shirts, and tabards. Note: The Wardrobe is different from the actual transmog interface you will see at transmog vendors. The Wardrobe primarily exists to create and select new Outfits, set favorited (starred) appearances, and see which appearances you have or still need to unlock. Both are seeing changes and will share many similarities, but the Wardrobe is currently the most updated interface. The vendor one is presumed to be the only one where actual changes can be purchased. We also looked at new transmog features during BlizzCon. This will largely recap that information with new screenshots, video, and overviews. Video Preview New Transmog Options, Rules,

In our final World of Warcraft: Legion BlizzCon recap, we look at Lead Game Designer Mat Goss's presentation on the new Transmogrification system, including the Wardrobe, Outfits, new Transmog slots, and new ways to collect, share, and save your appearances.

The Draenei, the Monk and the Wardrobe is a recurring installment of World of Warcraft transmogrification tales. Join us as we eye every seam, embroidery, and color scheme down to the last button. Do not be dissuaded by the title; DMW loves all classes and races! The perpetual moonlight gently caresses the foliage of the hollow tree atop Moonwillow Peek. Inside the tree, a mistweaver monk is wading into the shallow spring to wash the dust off her face. Fatigue is seeping into her bones—into her very core—but the Iron Horde does not rest. This night, however, she will. The battle will have to wait until the morrow. Small fireflies lights up her path as she turns to make her way back to her garrison. MWAH! Head: Crown of the Forest Lord Shoulders: Hide of Chromaggus Back: — Chest: Thunderlord Chestguard Hands: Embossed Leather Gloves Waist: Girdle of Unconquered Glory Legs:

The Draenei, the Monk and the Wardrobe is a recurring installment of World of Warcraft transmogrification tales. Join us as we eye every seam, embroidery, and color scheme down to the last button. Do not be dissuaded by the title; DMW loves all classes and races! Every hunter with a fashion sense knows it’s essential to match your pet. Especially a pet like Gara. So I rummaged through my closet in search for the perfect outfit. At the bottom of the clothes hamper I found the Burnished Mail set—a set that hadn’t been washed since the big armorkini-craze of 2011. I oiled it up (or whatever it is you do with chain mail), and put it on. As evident from the pictures below, it still fits! Head: None Shoulders: Skettis Spaulders Back: None Chest: Skettis Chestpiece Wrist: Skettis Bracer Hands: Skettis Gauntlets Waist: Netherstalker Belt Legs: Skettis Legguards Feet: Skettis

The Draenei, the Monk and the Wardrobe is a recurring installment of World of Warcraft transmogrification tales. Join us as we eye every seam, embroidery, and color scheme down to the last button. Do not be dissuaded by the title; DMW loves all classes and races! As the shadows draws close in the valley, a silhouette appears against the bright backdrop of Draenor’s two moons. It’s a windwalker monk, and her Shadow Sporebat-companion. Dressed in garb acquired from adventures long gone, she’s spying towards the horizon. The sporebat nudges her hand gently, she laughs quietly and throws her companion a treat. Head: Crown of the Forest Lord Shoulders: Poison Protocol Pauldrons Back: None Chest: Sark of the Unwatched Hands: Double Attack Handguards Waist: Serene Yellow Belt Legs: Aberration’s Leggings Feet: Sandals of the Insurgent Main Hand: Spellfire Longsword Off Hand: Spellfire Longsword Do you have an awesome transmog that you’d like

The Draenei, the Monk and the Wardrobe is a recurring installment of World of Warcraft transmogrification tales. Join us as we eye every seam, embroidery, and color scheme down to the last button. Do not be disuaded by the title; DMW loves all classes and races! Many moons ago a monk named Keif sent me some excellent transmog pictures. Alas, Azeroth was then invaded by the Iron Horde and I had to travel to Draenor to fight them! I think we are making headway; I’ve managed to establish a foothold in Shadowmoon Valley, but these crazy people have made me the commander of it which means I’m up in my neck in administrative business. Do you know how many talbuks it takes to feed a garrison for a week; how often Blook steps on one of the gnomes; or even how often the latrine needs to be emptied? Running a

The Goren are the embodiment of cute menace. You could say they are to Draenor, what the Murloc are to Azeroth. You can find them nearly everywhere rolling in packs, mindlessly attacking.

The Draenei, the Monk and the Wardrobe is a recurring installment of World of Warcraft transmogrification tales. Join us as we eye every seam, embroidery, and color scheme down to the last button. Do not be fooled by the title; DMW loves all classes and races! Welcome to the Restaurant at the End of the Expansion! Please take a seat. Our specials tonight include Sautéd Murloc with just a hint of Peacebloom, Singed Talbuk Stag with Aged Yolk Sufflé, and for dessert we have some lovely Savory Deviate Delights. Would you like an aperitif? We have a very good vintage of Darkmoon Special Reserve. Maybe a little Aged Dalaran Sharp to go with the wine? Come! Sit down, and enjoy the view. We expect the expansion to end any minute now. It should be a glorious show. It’s true, we’re in the end-of-the-expansion-funk. We’ve been laying siege to Ogrimmar for almost

When Blizzard announced they were removing arcane reforging from the game, many people were wondering what would happen to Mystic Birdhat <Arcane Reforger> on the Grand Expedition Yak. After all, players paid 120,000 gold for a mount that had a reforger, otherwise, many players could have made due with the much cheaper vendor mount, the Traveler’s Tundra Mammoth from Wrath instead. Well, good news everyone, Mystic Birdhat hasn’t been ditched for a new NPC (after all, many of us still giggle at his colorful dialogue, such as “Your yak is in another stable”).  Mystic Birdhat has simply changed with the times and learned a new skill – Transmogrification! He cannot currently be used for transmogrifying on the Alpha yet, however when you mouseover his title, you see it has been changed from “Arcane Reforger” to “Transmogrifier”. Blizzard had previously said they thought the arcane reforger on the mount would become a

The Draenei, the Monk and the Wardrobe is a recurring installment of World of Warcraft transmogrification tales. Join us as we eye every seam, embroidery, and color scheme down to the last button. Do not be fooled by the title; DMW loves all classes and races! As the siege of Ogrimmar is dragging on I’m starting to look the part. Yes, I’m decked out in full monk tier, but that’s not exactly what I’m talking about. Tier 16 means wearing a rather lovely dress and, in my mind at least, that is not suitable garb for the dusty sands of Durotar. Additionally, while I love the Purehearted Cricket Cage, it is far too delicate for bashing orcs over the head with. So I put together a look for my mistweaver monk that is perfect for rolling across gravel, jumping off towers, and slaying dragons. Ogrimmar Monk Color Scheme HEAD: Crown