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Transmog Your Cloak into a Backpack in Patch 8.3

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Black Dragonscale Backpack Black Dragonscale Backpack is a cosmetic item sold by Wrathion in Patch 8.3. The cloak is actually a Wrathion-themed backpack that can be used for transmog.

The backpack is very similar to the Vulpera Heritage Rucksack Vulpera Heritage Rucksack, used in the Vulpera Heritage Armor in Visions of N'Zoth.

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When you unlock Horrific Visions in the upcoming content update, you can talk to Wrathion who sells various items for Coalesced Visions and Corrupted Mementos including:

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These need to be rewards scattered throughout the game moving forward - brilliant addition to the transmog system. Unlocking these with certain exalted reputations (Explorer's League, for one), or through long daily/hidden quests, or even profession themed ones that you craft similar to the tools of the trade feature - lots of possibilities without making them too common place or invaluable. 

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I don't currently play WoW but I can't believe it's almost 2020 and WoW still doesn't have a richer customization system.

-Left or Right hidden shoulder

-Hoods

-Hoods into cloaks

-Belt options - scrolls, satchels, potions, smithing hammer, carving blade, wrench, quill and inkwell, etc

-the Backpacks are AWESOME and props to them for finally putting it in

 

I yearn for a greater way to visibly create a background or story for my character. I would love to see someone play a race/class combo, and by looking at their gear, you can go "oh, they look like a vagabond historian," or "oh, they look like part of a ranger clan in the woods."

GET ON IT! /bill burr yell

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2 hours ago, TyZone said:

I yearn for a greater way to visibly create a background or story for my character.

Ever played on an RP realm? The addons used there are basically this, and also brilliant for clarifying exactly what effect the character's appearance was intended to produce by the player. (e.g, they might have a hooded cloak, say. But you might look at that cloak differently depending on whether the character's title is 'alchemist' or 'mercenary'.)

MRP is the simple one, XRP the improved one and TRP2 the one with a zillion options. Don't think anybody uses anything else these days. 

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On 12/13/2019 at 6:29 PM, TyZone said:

I don't currently play WoW but I can't believe it's almost 2020 and WoW still doesn't have a richer customization system.

-Left or Right hidden shoulder

-Hoods

-Hoods into cloaks

-Belt options - scrolls, satchels, potions, smithing hammer, carving blade, wrench, quill and inkwell, etc

-the Backpacks are AWESOME and props to them for finally putting it in

 

I yearn for a greater way to visibly create a background or story for my character. I would love to see someone play a race/class combo, and by looking at their gear, you can go "oh, they look like a vagabond historian," or "oh, they look like part of a ranger clan in the woods."

GET ON IT! /bill burr yell

also please let us dye gear.  make it something you have to grind up, i dont even care.  let leatherworkers, blacksmiths and tailors sell dying service.  

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