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Transmogrification Rogue Challenge Mode Set as a Monk

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Hallo everybody,

I have a question about transmoging.

I would love to use the silent Assassin set on my Monk, i that possible? I know that i can wear the t13 from druids, but not sure about that special rogue set.

https://www.icy-veins.com/wow/transmogrification-rogue-challenge-mode-set

Thank you in advance

HansHolger

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2 minutes ago, HansHolger said:

Hallo everybody,

I have a question about transmoging.

I would love to use the silent Assassin set on my Monk, i that possible? I know that i can wear the t13 from druids, but not sure about that special rogue set.

https://www.icy-veins.com/wow/transmogrification-rogue-challenge-mode-set

Thank you in advance

HansHolger

You can no longer get MoP Challenge Mode sets. They were removed when WoD was released.

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31 minutes ago, HansHolger said:

so sad..

but thanks for the quick answer.

CAn i use the druid and rogue pvp sets on my monk?

HansHolger

I don't think so. PvP Sets have class restrictions, just shared items of the same armor types can be equipped by multiple classes (waist, wrist, belt, feet, cloak). If you're looking for a *somewhat* unique /Rogue/ appearance, you should check out non-set pieces from raids. Cursed Vision of SargerasCursed Vision of Sargeras from Illidan is pretty sweet for Monks too if you want to resemble a Rogue.

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Keep in mind that some PvP sets have PvE copies - Legion sets are all just copies of PvE sets, WoD has some that are recolors. There's often also a few items here and there, like the shoulders from the Merciless Rogue set.

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