Those are my sets.
Weapons differ ofc.
Weapons differing again.
Couldn't find anything fitting for an Axe.
Also I'm not quite satisfied with the Sword.
I couldn't find fitting Shirts and Cloaks for Tank/DPS, but still looking for.
Feedback, good or bad, appreciated.
However the type of armor/weapon does. Thus you cannot have a one handed mace turning into a shield. Or a staff turning into a polearm. Make sense?
Judgment + 2h or 1h/shield (opinions on shield if I use this set for prot?)
T8.5 + 1h/shield (i've got some shields laying around, but as far as Ulduar gear goes, what are all of your thoughts on the best looking one with this set?)
Yes, i Don't like T2. At least not that much, and I'll be TIRED of seeing pallys all around with that. I will keep my T13 and S11 gear in its original state, that means i'm going to ninja some offset pieces ºwº.
And going back for robes, that is excactly the only Robe I wound wear, but I tend to prefer a T10-25m Lightsworn Upper body (Chest+Shoulders+Hands+Head) with an Ymirjar Lower body (Belt+Pants+Boots), I dunno exactly what weapon I would wear, I think it will depend on what type of weapon you have so I'll wait to see our BiS weapon to make a choice. Most likely this
Definitely wanna tank on full Ymirjar+Icecrown Barrier+dunnotheweapon and heal as Lightbringer.
Yeah, yeah, it's a legendary, it's supposed to be special. But making it available for transmogrification doesn't make it any less special. You'll still need to work your ass off to get the actual legendary anyway, seeing someone with warglaives means they actually got the warglaives, I think that's enough. :/
What does the proc has to do with anything? I want the model for my sulfuras, I don't care if I can't see a proc for "chance on hit to do fire dmg".
I debated a long time on what I wanted to do for my holy paladin. However after breezing through Kara last night and getting the Triptych Shield of the Anciencts from chess I decided to build around it. The tier 4 set looks alright with the shield but the colors are a bit off. Instead I went with the tier 8 set with Hand of Edward the Odd as a nicely matched and not overly huge mace. Finally I capped it with Girdle of Valorous Deeds and Boots of the Righteous Path.
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Looks nice, but (imo) the mace is a bit too boring. Isn't there any other mace with the same color-scheme but with a more... interesting skin? I just think it'd suit the set more with something sticking out a bit.
I mean, c'mon... Listen to yourself. Every Rogue running around with Galives, every Healer running around with Val'anyr, every single goddamn sword wielder running around with TF is the exact opposite of uniqueness.
To. Make. It. Unique.What's the point with making a unique model that you'll only be able to use for ONE patch in the entirety of WoW's history?
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I don't give 2 shits about if someone else have the same legendary as me, they worked their ass off for it and they deserve to be able to use it whenever they feel like it.
Scarce as in nonexistent I guess, since no one wields them anymore. I'm mostly only doing achievements in-game anymore, so I guess I'll end up not transmogrifying any weapon and run around with Sulfuras. >.>
In case the sarcasm doesn't come through, your analysis of why they implemented Transmog is ridiculous. Blizzard has responded to people who believe Transmog is a cop out for making cool stuff in the future by saying that they think it will actually cause their artistic team to step it up in order to out-do themselves. No one anywhere has ever said that was WHY Transmog was created.
Besides the fact that your description of the reasoning behind Transmog is idiotic, let's be honest.... It does make sense. You just refuse to see it. Blizzard wants to maintain the uniqueness of past, current and future legendaries. You can disagree and say that you believe that everyone in the game should be allowed to run around looking like they have TF on, but that doesn't change anything. Fortunately, you're not in charge.Taking away the coolest-looking items when implication such a feature does. not. make. sense.
Blizzard wants to maintain the integrity of legendaries. It makes sense. Disagree with the stance all you want. But their position is clear. You not LIKING it doesn't change that.
You're right. The four hours I spent spread across two months to get my most recent TF (my FIFTH - on a goddamn DRUID) was totally "working my ass off".I don't give 2 shits about if someone else have the same legendary as me, they worked their ass off for it and they deserve to be able to use it whenever they feel like it.
Great. Problem solved. You can shut up about it already then.Scarce as in nonexistent I guess, since no one wields them anymore. I'm mostly only doing achievements in-game anymore, so I guess I'll end up not transmogrifying any weapon and run around with Sulfuras. >.>
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I think the reason they said legendaries would not be available for transmog was because they are unique. Their reasoning was that a unique item could be stored in the item storage, then a player could get another while it was in storage, allowing a player to have 2 unique items at once. It was probably just something they decided wasnt worth the time at the moment, maybe in the future.