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New Trial of Style Themes in Patch 10.0.5

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We've datamined some new themes for the Trial of Style in Patch 10.0.5.

Blizzard has replaced some existing Trial of Style themes with new ones in the first Patch 10.0.5 build. Hopefully, our favorite transmog event will receive a brand new season!

  • Ready for Battle The Shadowlands
  • Spook-tacular! Gothic Gala
  • Dark and Deadly Expedition: Catwalk
  • Zen Profession Expression
  • Magical Modelling Bronze Clockwork
  • Tabard Time Going Green
  • Everyday Heroes Blue Skies
  • Epic Purple Crimson Creations
  • Champions of the Light Black Magic

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