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Patch 7.3: Tier 21 Warlock

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Our preview of Tier 21 Armor Sets continues with Warlocks!

Tier 21 Sets will drop in Antorus, the Burning Throne raid that will not open immediately when Patch 7.3 goes live. Please note that this is a work-in-progress preview and the appearance and set bonuses are subject to change at any given time throughout 7.3 testing.

Set Bonuses

Normal Tint

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Mythic Tint

Blood Elf

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Dwarf

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Gnome

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Goblin

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Human

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Orc

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Troll

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Undead

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Worgen

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I kind of like the look of this set but the shoulders look more plate than cloth, but the same could be said of the helm. Still doesn't compete with the Conqueror's Deathbringer Garb from 25 Ulduar but not many lock sets can imo, except the Dark Coven's Regalia from ICC.

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It looks hideous, possibly my least favourite out of tier 21 so far. Compared to the other sets, it lacks the details, with the chest looking very flat and two dimensional, not helped by the unflattering colour palette and how the shoulder and arm details jut out and awkwardly hang over everything else, rather than look cool like they should. 

The helm looks sort of okay; but very lacklustre and static, compared to the helms the Warlock class has seen over the years. Would have liked to have some a bit more animation mixed up in there so that it didn't look like an early DK pvp set.

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On 28/07/2017 at 5:59 PM, Plergoth said:

It looks hideous, possibly my least favourite out of tier 21 so far. Compared to the other sets, it lacks the details, with the chest looking very flat and two dimensional, not helped by the unflattering colour palette and how the shoulder and arm details jut out and awkwardly hang over everything else, rather than look cool like they should. 

The helm looks sort of okay; but very lacklustre and static, compared to the helms the Warlock class has seen over the years. Would have liked to have some a bit more animation mixed up in there so that it didn't look like an early DK pvp set.

It looks like a blue questing set IMO. I thought the Mage one was bad, but yeah.

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I dont know about anyone else...but ALL the tier sets pretty much after WOTLK have gone down hill as far as appearances go. Instead of getting better, they seem to be stuck in a time warp and just keep going backwards. I mean hell, look at Legion tier 20, all they did was refurbish All the Tier 6 sets with a bit bolder color scheme. Why I still farm older dungeons for the gear, like the saying goes..."They dont make things like they used to!"

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This is nice looking.

For years Warlocks morg have been the best and most well designed in the game.

+1 for this set nice work Blizzard

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On 30/07/2017 at 8:14 PM, LestatD said:

I dont know about anyone else...but ALL the tier sets pretty much after WOTLK have gone down hill as far as appearances go. Instead of getting better, they seem to be stuck in a time warp and just keep going backwards. I mean hell, look at Legion tier 20, all they did was refurbish All the Tier 6 sets with a bit bolder color scheme. Why I still farm older dungeons for the gear, like the saying goes..."They dont make things like they used to!"

There have been some really nice sets in recent expansions, but it does sometimes feel like a dice roll in Legion. You're either going to get something awesome or absolutely hideous.

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