Are you still aboard the Legion train? Today, we’re taking a break from my Legion Preview & Impressions series, for a different Legion themed post (ha!). It’s been over a week since Blizzcon ended and I’m still so excited for the new expansion. Back in August, right after Legion was unveiled during Gamescom in Germany, I made this speed transmogrification set for my hunter and was pretty happy with how it came out. More recently, I shared the item list on a community spotlight on Eluvia‘s blog. If you play a hunter and are a transmog junkie like me, then you should really have a look at her project because she’s amazingly talented at assembling unique looking sets!
What’s up, people. It’s Tuesday and Hallow’s End is finally here! For the last couple of weeks I have shared many transmog ideas which I thought to be appropriate to the spirit of this festival, such as some spooky themed mogs and even some super hero renditions. Today, I am talking about the set I’ve personally chosen for my main character, Arianwen, which I’ve been showing on twitter for quite a while now. Some people have shown their interest towards this one since the day I posted my current twitter header – a wallpaper montage I did myself – and I’m sorry I didn’t share this earlier, but I’ve been really busy with a handful of different errands.
It’s that time of the year guys! The wicked days have begun and Hallow’s End celebrations have erupted all around Azeroth once again. This is my absolute favourite world event- and I’m sure a lot of people will relate to this. There is something truly magical about these festivities both ingame or IRL, in the truest sense of magic.
While WoW does provide us with loads of fun ways to dress up, transmogrification is still the best way to stand up from the wicked crowd. The seasonal wands and toys will let your character cosplay a pirate, ninja, abomination and even Deathwing and the Lich King themselves. But why stop there when you can be a succubus, the reaper, a mad surgeon/apothecarian or even the Headless Horseman? These are just some very quick ideas to (hopefully) inspire you to get in the spirit of the ongoing things. You could either put one of these together or use them as a base for your own mog. Your call, feel free to explore your own creativity! But with no further ado, let’s set that spooky mood up shall we?
Hey everybody, and welcome to part 2 of my DC Superhero Transmog series. In my latest post, I shared item lists for Superman, Poison Ivy, Hawkman, Wonder Woman and Aquaman sets. If you missed such post feel free to check them out here. Today, we’ll be looking into five more of these transmogrification ideas for Hallow’s End, or simply everyday awesomeness.
Before we take a look at these, I just wanted to thank everybody for all the amazing feedback on this project. It’s been so fun to assemble all these mogs (and kinda difficult too) so it makes me really happy to know that peeps are enjoying them! Also, just a quick reminder that these sets are not just costume sets of different gear types for showing off or hanging out in hubs. Instead, I have created complete sets so you can do everything you want in the game while standing out from the crowd! For example, if you play a Paladin, you could go for Hawkman’s set and pop that Avenging Wrath while charging in a dungeon or raid. Or, if you’re a Hunter, you could pick that pretty bow from Shattered Halls and kick some ass as Wonder Woman. Of course, this raised some limitations during my creative process, and also a lot of scrapped ideas.
It’s certainly been a while since I started this blog but the truth is that, between my day job, physical therapy and other important issues, real life has been taking over everything lately. However, somewhere in the midst of all the adulting and daily affairs, I came up with this idea of creating a transmog costume set for my hunter now that Hallow’s End is approaching. The initial idea was simply something witchy and darker to match the uprising spooky mood – in other words, lots of black, purple and skulls – but that quickly died out and gave place to a bunch of other silly possibilities. I shared my results on my twitter a week ago and the feedback was astonishing- especially on my Wonder Woman’s inspired transmog. I was promptly suggested to do more superhero sets and thought “you know what, that would actually be pretty cool”.