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Patch 7.2: New Artifact Appearances

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Patch 7.2 adds a new Artifact appearance for every spec and comes with different tints. Our latest preview covers them all.

Requirements

The first requirement related to the appearance is still unknown, below are requirements to unlock recolors.

  • Tint 2 - Defeat Kil'jaeden on Heroic difficulty using this Artifact appearance
  • Tint 3 - Win 10 Rated Battlegrounds with this Artifact appearance
  • Tint 4 - Defeat all dungeon bosses with this Artifact appearance

Table of Content

 Death Knight

Blood

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Frost

dk_frost.jpgdk_frost2.jpgdk_frost4.jpgfrostdk.jpg

Unholy

dk_apocalypse.jpgdk_apocalypse2.jpgdk_apocalypse3.jpgdk_apocalypse4.jpg

 Demon Hunter

Havoc

havoc.jpghavoc2.jpghavoc3.jpghavoc4.jpg

Vengeance

vengeance.jpgvengeance2.jpgvengeance3.jpgvengeance4.jpg

 Druid

Balance

balance.jpgbalance2.jpgbalance3.jpgbalance4.jpg

Guardian

Tints TBA

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Feral

feral.jpgferal2.jpgferal3.jpgferal4.jpg

Restoration

restor.jpgrestor2.jpgrestor3.jpgrestor4.jpg

 Hunter

Beast Mastery

bm.jpgbm2.jpgbm3.jpgbm4.jpg

Marksmanship

mm.jpgmm2.jpgmm3.jpgmm4.jpg

Survival

survival.jpgsurvival2.jpgsurvival3.jpgsurvival4.jpg

 Mage

Arcane

arcane.jpgarcane2.jpgarcane3.jpgarcane4.jpg

Fire

fire.jpgfire2.jpgfire3.jpgfire4.jpg

Frost

frost.jpgfrost2.jpgfrost3.jpgfrost4.jpg

 Monk

Brewmaster

brew.jpgbrew2.jpgbrew3.jpgbrew4.jpg

Mistweaver

mist.jpgmist2.jpgmist3.jpgmist4.jpg

Windwalker

wv.jpgwv2.jpgwv3.jpgwv4.jpg

 Paladin

Protection Paladins use a flail, but it currently looks like a sword, blame gravity!

Holy

holypala.jpgholytome.jpgholypala2.jpgholytome4.jpgholypala3.jpgholytome2.jpgholypala4.jpgholytome3.jpg

Protection

palaprot.jpgprotshield4.jpgpalaprot2.jpgprotshield3.jpgpalaprot3.jpgprotshield.jpgpalaprot4.jpgprotshield2.jpg

Retribution

retri.jpgretri2.jpgretri3.jpgretri4.jpg

 Priest

Discipline

disc.jpgdisc2.jpgdisc3.jpgdisc4.jpg

Holy

holy.jpgholy2.jpg

holy3.jpgholy4.jpg

Shadow

shadow.jpgshadowoff.jpgshadow2.jpgshadowoff2.jpgshadow3.jpgshadowoff3.jpgshadow4.jpgshadowoff4.jpg

 Rogue

Assassination

ass.jpgass2.jpgass3.jpgass4.jpg

Outlaw

outlaw.jpgoutlaw2.jpgoutlaw3.jpgoutlaw4.jpg

Subtlety

subtlety.jpgsubtlety2.jpgsubtlety3.jpgsubtlety4.jpg

 Shaman

Elemental

ele.jpgeleshield.jpgele2.jpgeleshield2.jpgele3.jpgeleshield3.jpgele4.jpgeleshield4.jpg

Enhancement

enha.jpgenhaoff4.jpgenha2.jpgenhaoff3.jpgenha3.jpgenhaoff2.jpgenha4.jpgenhaoff.jpg

Restoration

resto.jpgrestoshield.jpgresto2.jpgrestoshield2.jpgresto3.jpgrestoshield3.jpgresto4.jpgrestoshield4.jpg

 Warlock

Affliction

affli.jpgaffli2.jpgaffli3.jpgaffli4.jpg

Demonology

demo.jpgskull.jpgdemo2.jpgskull2.jpgdemo3.jpgskull3.jpgdemo4.jpgskull4.jpg

Destruction

destro.jpgdestro2.jpgdestro3.jpgdestro4.jpg

 Warrior

Protection Warriors use a flail, but it currently looks like a sword, blame gravity!

Arms

arms.jpgarms2.jpgarms3.jpgarms4.jpg

Fury

fury.jpgfury2.jpgfury3.jpgfury4.jpg

Protection

prot.jpgshield3.jpgprot2.jpgshield2.jpgprot3.jpgshield.jpgprot4.jpgshield4.jpg

 

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I think the first appearance will be unlockable with a new Artifact specific quest. I recall Blizzard talking about this back when 7.2 was first announced, you could unlock a new appearance by completing a quest that requires a lot of skill to pull off, similar to the green fire quest.

Edited by Maruken

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1 hour ago, Mawoon said:

You switched unholy and blood. 

 

2 hours ago, Hash said:

I think you did a switcheroo on the Blood and Unholy DK weapons, just a head up :)

Thanks! Fixing it, noticed Frost #2 & 3 weapons are the same too.

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The Blood Dk is nice, but most of these.. actually, no... almost all are hideous. What's up with the Prot Paladin? Or the Outlaw Rogue? 

The design team on LSDs? My thoughts, not yours... but I wouldn't have let most of these leave the idea board. 2/10

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7 hours ago, CelticArchangel said:

The Blood Dk is nice, but most of these.. actually, no... almost all are hideous. What's up with the Prot Paladin? Or the Outlaw Rogue? 

The design team on LSDs? My thoughts, not yours... but I wouldn't have let most of these leave the idea board. 2/10

Holy Pally is using something similar to that mace we got in WOD. I called it the big rock-candy hammer. Just looks at the colors they chose for it. Hideous.

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On 2/7/2017 at 5:49 AM, CelticArchangel said:

The Blood Dk is nice, but most of these.. actually, no... almost all are hideous. What's up with the Prot Paladin? Or the Outlaw Rogue? 

The design team on LSDs? My thoughts, not yours... but I wouldn't have let most of these leave the idea board. 2/10

I kinda like frost mage and ret. The rest are pretty terrible imo. Prot paladin and warrior are particularly horrible. 

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