When mogging first came out, I remember people complaining about it because in BGs people were wearing last season gear, or a complete pve set or appeared to be..... I wound so many people up on this forums by saying, "So you complain because you thought you were targeting weaker players than yourself, and ended up getting killed?" good good times and reactions
My Warrior wears CM gear. It's like spam /yelling "COME AT ME BRO". Also everyone insta targets warriors now because OP arms..... even if I play fury >.>
Probably has something to do with that you stand out from the group.
If you can make out someone's transmog, your camera is zoomed in too far.
I get targeted as a mist weaver but i just laugh since I'm unkillable!
-Hey, Blizzard, how about an option to hide shoulderpads as well, in addition to hiding helms and cloaks ?
-No, we don't want players to be confused in pvp about the opponents' gear
-But now you introduced transmogrification, so it doesn't really matter anymore how the gear looks
Last edited by Molestron; 2013-10-30 at 11:06 PM.
This is what you do, wait until you are full conquest geared then transmog it to level 85 PVP gear or profession made PVP blue gear. You will get targeted a lot by those thinking you are weak sauce and when they do they will end up re-spawning wondering what the heck just happened!
My female nelf hunter's mog is full Ornate set except legs which are from the Impenetrable set, it's a pretty hot mog which I use because I'm a heterosexual male who likes to look at something attractive on the screen and does not identify with his character.
I don't find I'm being targetted more and even if it was true, I wouldn't really give a crap.
but on a serious note i really do this, always did bg's on my rogue and the fotm rollers are usually free kills due to lack of xp!
also it is indeed rewarding knowing they'll likely give up with their quest and try another class the following game