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Tier 20 Mythic Sets

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Even though the Tomb of Sargeras won't be open for a while, we previewed all Tier 20 Mythic Sets! Which set is your favorite?

Mythic tints look better than standard Tier 20 Sets. They have more details and some sets even have cool animations. Tier 20 Sets are heavily inspired (HD versions) of existing Tier 6 Sets. Classes that haven't existed before have unique set designs (Death Knights, Demon Hunters, Monks).

Table of Contents

Death Knight 

Tier 20 (Gravewarden Armaments)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Blood

Frost

Unholy

Demon Hunter 

Tier 20 (Demonbane Armor)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Havoc

Vengeance

Druid 

Tier 20 (Stormheart Rainment)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Balance

Feral

Guardian

Restoration

Hunter 

Tier 20 (Wildstalker Armor)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Beast Mastery

Marksmanship

Survival

Mage 

Tier 20 (Regalia of the Arcane Tempest)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Arcane

Fire

Frost

Monk 

Tier 20 (Xuen's Battlegear)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Brewmaster

Mistwewaver

Windwalker

Paladin 

Tier 20 (Radiant Lightbringer Armor)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Holy

Protection

Retribution

Priest 

Tier 20 (Vestment of Blind Absolution)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Discipline

Holy

Shadow

Rogue 

Tier 20 (Fanged Slayer's Armor)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Assassination

Outlaw

Subtlety

Shaman 

Tier 20 (Regalia of the Skybreaker)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Elemental

Enhancement

Restoration

Warlock 

Tier 20 (Diabolic Raiment)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Affliction

Demonology

Destruction

Warrior 

Tier 20 (Titanic Onslaught Armor)

Tier 20 Set Bonuses

Arms

Fury

Protection

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wow i love the havoc tier bonus, didn't read it till now

also i lol'd at the mage armor, so fire+frost+arcane = lighting? and its so pokey looking XD. Dev Tier 20 development meeting "alrighty make the gear pokey or strap some wiggly things to it"

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20 hours ago, durdyenglish said:

I can't believe they brought back Gronnstalker for hunter... so ugly.

 

I love that set! Though they should have brought back the demon one, given it's Legion afterall.

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On 4/21/2017 at 1:10 PM, ChaosDecides said:

I love that set! Though they should have brought back the demon one, given it's Legion afterall.

I'm gonna agree - I do love the Gronn set! It's just ugly enough to look awesome!

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