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First Look at New Covenant Cosmetic Armor Sets in Patch 9.1

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Here's an early preview of the new Covenant cosmetic armor sets coming in Shadowland's Patch 9.1.

Blizzard specifically mentioned that all classes can wear them.

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  • And More - Gear up for Shadowlands Raid, Dungeon, and PvP Season 2, with a seasonal Mythic Keystone dungeon affix themed around the Jailer’s power; don new Covenant cosmetic armor sets that any class can wear; expand the powers of your Soulbinds and Conduits; add new mounts and pets to your menagerie; Unlock flying in the Covenants’ four domains; and much more.

Here's how the Covenant sets look like. For some odd reason, it appears that Venthyr are getting two sets. 

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From the left: Necrolord Covenant, Night Fae, Bastion, Venthyr #1, Venthyr #2 sets.

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Will we be able to complete the covenant campaigns? Necrolords still need to get rid of Vyraz and the Venthyr are missing the Stonelord’s medallion. 

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35 minutes ago, Staff said:

For some odd reason, it appears that Venthyr are getting two sets.

One set is definitely cloth and the other one looks like leather set. I guess all covenants will receive 4 new sets, cloth, leather, mail and plate.

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35 minutes ago, FireLordJohn said:

Will we be able to complete the covenant campaigns? Necrolords still need to get rid of Vyraz and the Venthyr are missing the Stonelord’s medallion. 

And Huln went out on a mission to locate all the Night Warrior spirits he can track, and there's still Uther held at the Temple of Wisdom that got his soul splintered by FMourne. 

Pretty sure we're expanding on these.

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20 minutes ago, Skayan said:

One set is definitely cloth and the other one looks like leather set. I guess all covenants will receive 4 new sets, cloth, leather, mail and plate.

Kyrian certainly looks like cloth one. Wouldn't fit if everyone got the same looking set. Perhaps others aren't finished yet and so far only Venthyr had two of them ready. Otherwise it would look very weird, giving everyone cloth-like set.

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29 minutes ago, Shiftty said:

Didn't think NF could get worse, but here we are

I disagree, if that's the leather set (assuming) then I think it looks awesome for Druid in particular (which DPS are entirely NF or should be). Even for rogues if you just hide or transmog the helm can look pretty great.

Disappointing none of these look like mail. Of the cloths, the Venthyr by FAR looks like a winner, even if all they did was take it from the pre-done court outfits.

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2 hours ago, Laragon said:

Disappointing none of these look like mail. Of the cloths, the Venthyr by FAR looks like a winner, even if all they did was take it from the pre-done court outfits.

Mail is not ready yet because they have to think hard how to make it the worst of them all like they always do.

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I don't think there are ones for each type of armour as it states any class in the covenant can wear the set.  The additional set could be for the new zone.

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4 hours ago, Teufel said:

And Huln went out on a mission to locate all the Night Warrior spirits he can track, and there's still Uther held at the Temple of Wisdom that got his soul splintered by FMourne. 

Pretty sure we're expanding on these.

The only reason I mentioned Necrolord and Venthyr is those are the only two I've done. Seems Bastion and Night Fae have an interesting storyline too!

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