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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! Your friendly neighborhood hunter Solovala’s been at it again, this time exploring the possibilities for making transmog sets that match the legendary cloak animations. Because, like it or not, those of us who have made it to the end of the Legendary cloak questline are stuck with the particular animation our cloak has, and as we all know, the only thing that matters in World of Warcraft is how our characters look. Right? GREEN SHA WINGS Color Scheme Head: Crown of the Forest Lord Shoulders: Fire-Charm Mantle Chest: Jinxed Hoodoo Skin Wrists: Bracers of Purified Spirit Hands: Embossed Leather Gloves Waist: Potent Belt Legs:

If you love the look of some of the old LFR gear, such as LFR re-colors of Dragon Soul loot, you are in luck. There are plans for players to be able to go back for loot that is either inaccessible now or will be inaccessible once Warlords of Draenor drops according to WatcherDev. Because Dragon Soul was the first ever LFR released by Blizzard, it seemed that the tier artwork to differentiate between LFR, Regular and Heroic tier pieces was quite dramatic.  As a result, there are some very unique colorings in LFR Dragon Soul that have not been attainable since Cataclysm. WatcherDev tweeted a pic that seems to hint at Storyteller NPCs that players can talk to in order to access old Scenarios, Heroic Scenarios and Raid.  The three NPCs, Lorewalker Fu <Scenario Storyteller>, Lorewalker Shin <Heroic Scenario Storyteller> and Lorewalker Han <Raid Storyteller>, are all brand new

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! The other day was Walpurgis Night which is the eve of the feast day of Saint Walpurga, an 8th-century abbess in Germany. In this modern day and age, it is more a celebration of spring than anything else. How does one celebrate spring, you might ask? By setting things on fire, obviously. I spent the evening in question by a bonfire on the beach yelling “By fire be purged, winter!” In Azeroth spring can be celebrated in many ways: chasing brightly colored eggs during the Nobelgarden festivities, laying siege to Ogrimmar, or as in my case, get a new fabulous transmog for my druid. She might

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; we will certainly take a look at transmogrifications for all classes and races. As the dust settles from the Alpha Storm of Patch Notes we can now sit back and breathe a heavy sigh of relief. Warlords of Draenor is coming, changes are being made, and the game continues its cycle like a phoenix reborn. Until more players get access to the new content, most of us are still stuck in patch 5.4, laying siege to Ogrimmar. But fear not, transmogrification is here to save the day! In an attempt to mix Avantgarde with the conventional and mundane side of Warcraft, this time, we are taking a look at a troll

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; we will certainly take a look at transmogrifications for all classes and races. Saint Patrick’s Day was recently celebrated in various places around the world. The day commemorates Saint Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, but it is also an excuse to wear green. As Saint Patrick’s Day isn’t celebrated where I live – except for in Irish pubs – I decided to pay homage to the Irish and their saint in my own special way: transmogrification! And what better way to do so than to dress my monk in green leather? Jade green is after all the color of the monks of Azeroth. GREEN MISTWEAVER (View this set

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; we will certainly take a look at transmogrifications for all classes and races. You might remember Solovala, hunter extraordinaire and all around fabulous lady, from the post about hunter transmogrification a few weeks ago. Well, she is back and this time she is borrowing a few style tips from the shaman class. This set is largely based on the Northrend mail look combined with one of the more iconic looking shaman shoulder pieces in the game. It’s a subdued, yet captivating transmog with muted colors. Solovala is the kind of player that always shows up to every raid wearing a new transmog set, (because if you’re going to top the DPS-meters,

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; we will certainly take a look at transmogrifications for all classes and races. Sometimes you find those rare transmogrification gems. Now, I don’t mean rare as in you-will-never-ever-see-them-drop-rare (Glorious Legplates, cough cough), but rather as in items that you’d easily vendor without a closer look; they are simply not very eye-catching. This post is all about those unassuming pieces of gear. The story begins in the Underbog. My monk was hunting bigger and better loot when I happened upon a pair of legplates. I duly previewed them as any good mogger would, giving them barely a glance. But then I chanced a second look, and was amazed. The legplates were… nice.

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; we will certainly take a look at transmogrifications for all classes and races. So you want to join the Shado-Pan? Well then, young cub, let me tell you a story about the legendary watchers on the wall. Every seven seasons, when the blossoms of the sacred trees of Shado-Pan Monastery turns bright red, the Trial of Red Blossoms is held. The trial is not for the weak of heart; every Shado-Pan initiate must pass three tests, the Test of Resolve, the Test of Strength, and the Test of Spirit, each of which is deadly to those who do not pass it. The initiates are given one last chance to change their mind

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; we will certainly take a look at transmogrifications for all classes and races. Welcome to another edition of The Draenei, the Monk and the Wardrobe. Last week we took a stab at transmogrifying Azeroth’s newest class, the monk, but this week the spotlight falls upon on one of World of Warcraft’s most iconic classes: the hunter. Traditionally, hunters are dressed in the skin of their foes, and it is not uncommon to see them wearing the heads of murlocs, sauroks or dragons. Even poor Shannox did not escape this rather gruesome fate, eye patch still attached and all. It makes sense for a hunter to wear gear that camouflages them

 

Mistweaver Monk Edition

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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 colour scheme down to the last button. Do not be fooled by the title; we will certainly take a look at transmogrifications for all classes and races. Transmogrification has grown into a lot more than a simple way of giving your gear an aesthetically pleasing look. It has become a miniature game within the game; players spend a lot of time and effort in order to farm the right sets, and they earn gold by the thousands selling coveted and rare pieces. Transmogrification is a way of denoting identity and expressing creativity in a world that is very homogenous and that leaves few choices for character customization. This week’s column will focus on the monk class, specifically two completely different approaches to how to