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Think that set looks really great on a Draenei! Always looks frumpy on humans though

You're talking about my screenshots, are you not? :)

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If only my priest was a female draenei instead of a male one. I still regret not picking female 4 years ago. (And 15 euros to change it is a bit too much)

Damien, how does the gear in MoP look so far? I can't log in on my template monk it says the world server is down and I don't really want to play my priest there.

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My son wants me to post an image of his Rogues transmog set. It is mostly the Bloodfang set from BWL with the head item from Illidan, and one weapon from Illidan and the other from Molten core.

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My good rogue friend with whom I've been running Black Temple regularly for the past two years, with no success, would be really envious :P

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I went with something that goes with my RP Title The Dungeon Mistress of Stormwind :) no "Set", something i put together from various pieces that looked good together to create an overall look, that i could still dungeon in. i still need to find small leather shoulders though! My job isnt as kinky as it sounds though, i sit in judgemnt of those who break "rules" in raids and dungeons, from our guild or other sister guilds, and give them time in the stocks! For things like .....standing in fire, hehehe

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I have 3 of my characters transmogged. 2 are wearing BC world drop green sets, and one has Black Mageweave Set on ;p

My hunter Ninkasi the Crazy Cat Lady, newest addition to lvl 85 family:

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My spriest, main at the moment Naenorié

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My paladin Naarbeleth, my first character on Bronze Dragonflight, only to be abandoned at lvl 55 to create DK that I don't play anymore, and then to my priest ;p

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I have 3 of my characters transmogged. 2 are wearing BC world drop green sets, and one has Black Mageweave Set on ;p

My hunter Ninkasi the Crazy Cat Lady, newest addition to lvl 85 family:

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My spriest, main at the moment Naenorié

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My paladin Naarbeleth, my first character on Bronze Dragonflight, only to be abandoned at lvl 55 to create DK that I don't play anymore, and then to my priest ;p

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I have to say, I totally love your transmog's - just because they totally capture your crazy cat lady, dominatrix, chained to Rik's kitchen self. Pick me a transmog set woman!

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I have to say, I totally love your transmog's - just because they totally capture your crazy cat lady, dominatrix, chained to Rik's kitchen self. Pick me a transmog set woman!

erm. Thank you, I suppose ;p

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erm. Thank you, I suppose ;p

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You still didn't answer my 'pick me a transmog set' though - get on it!

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Peelyon, how did you take or make your screenshot? Beyond the fact that the transmog is awesome, the screenshot itself is a work of art!

He said it is just the armory photo, if you click on the first link in his signatures. He just saved the photo and edited it Posted Image

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My transmog is basically my standard - a set of ICC's JP bought gear Lightsworn. And then there's the transmog of my mace that I grabbed from a DS raid when nobody rolled on it, and it looked cooler (since the Power Torrent enchant ruins my Vagaries of Time mace), so I grabbed it. And as for the shield, it was a lucky drop from the CoT: Stratholme that I got it on first try.

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My transmog is basically my standard - a set of ICC's JP bought gear Lightsworn. And then there's the transmog of my mace that I grabbed from a DS raid when nobody rolled on it, and it looked cooler (since the Power Torrent enchant ruins my Vagaries of Time mace), so I grabbed it. And as for the shield, it was a lucky drop from the CoT: Stratholme that I got it on first try.

That's a really nice set and a really nice screenshot (though I've just noticed it's generated by Blizzard Posted Image)

I just think that the shield is a bit off. Maybe you need something darker like inv_shield_32.jpgWall of Terror. What do you think?

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heres my transmog

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my personal favorite mage set so far, so will take some thing nice in MoP to make me have something new, also probably the best looking staff in game in my opinion, but starting to see it around alot so may need a change at some point. (really need to sort out those gloves though!!)

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heres my transmog

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my personal favorite mage set so far, so will take some thing nice in MoP to make me have something new, also probably the best looking staff in game in my opinion, but starting to see it around alot so may need a change at some point. (really need to sort out those gloves though!!)

The image link seems to be broken. If I were you, I'd use imgur (www.imgur.com), it's really good for sharing images.

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The image link seems to be broken. If I were you, I'd use imgur (www.imgur.com), it's really good for sharing images.

hmm strange seems to be working for me, but ive edited the post and done what you suggested anyway so hopefully its working now.

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I just think that the shield is a bit off. Maybe you need something darker like inv_shield_32.jpgWall of Terror. What do you think?

I wanted a shield that shows my faction, and the shield was perfect for it. Not really looking for any shields that match my transmog as it's fine right now, really.

I'm still looking for new transmogs for my mace though, one that goes really well with Power Torrent enchant.

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and my Paladin

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It certainly does not look like a plate set :P Is it a Warlock look alike set?

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