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Wands Can Be Transmogrified Into Other Weapon Types in Shadowlands

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Reddit user leothar noticed on the Beta that you transmogrify wands into other one-hand weapon types as of the latest Beta Build 35432.

In Shadowlands, players will be able to transmogrify each shoulder separately. Another exciting change discovered on the Beta is that you can transmogrify wands into other one-handed weapons,

So as a Mage, you will be able to transmog wands into one-handed swords and daggers.

As a Priest, you can transmog wants into one-handed maces, and daggers (as seen in the image below).v90kGw_QexoA-p07GdlGIYeBEiFiPZSB83g3Mp8Z

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