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We found five masks in the game which can be collected for transmog from Horrific Visions in Patch 8.3.

Mask of the Burned Bridge Mask of the Burned Bridge

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Mask of the Daredevil Mask of the Daredevil

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Mask of the Dark Imagination Mask of the Dark Imagination

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Mask of the Long Night Mask of the Long Night

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Mask of the Pained Mask of the Pained

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Their names correspond with the Faceless Masks used to increase the difficulty of Horrific Visions at the start of the run.

Completing all objectives in Horrific Visions in a single visit with all 5 Faceless Masks active rewards Most Horrific Vision of Stormwind and The Most Horrific Vision of Orgrimmar The Most Horrific Vision of Orgrimmar achievements, required for the Horrific Visions meta-achievement (Through the Depths of Visions Through the Depths of Visions) and the Black Serpent of N'Zoth Black Serpent of N'Zoth mount.

Horrific Visions are a new game mode, where players visit alternate realities of Stormwind and Orgrimmar, where N'Zoth was victorious. The goal here is to beat the Sanity bar and complete as many objectives as possible in both Horrific Visions to claim rewards at the end of the run. To help you with that, you'll level up Wrathion's Legendary Cloak which comes with Sanity-reducing effects and there are also some research talents. Both make Horrific Visions gradually simpler, allowing you to claim better rewards in the long run.

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16 hours ago, Chud said:

Oh look, "new" transmogs of items that are already in the game. Same crap, different colour. Yawn.

Whilst I agree, and they're also ugly AF, they're a bonus on top of getting the mount, rather than the main event.

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