Friday, November 4, 2011

Final Fantasy Flavor

This outfit was constructed for a guild member looking for something a little FF reminiscent.



This outfit requires the ability to wear plate.

My apologies for the laziness, but here is a quick list of the items used in the outfit above:

Crusader's Pauldrons
Blue Martial Shirt
Cabalist Belt
Tuxedo Pants
Alabaster Plate Greaves
Arcane Gloves
Icy Cloak

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Kael'thas Era Rogue



The Royal Rogue! With the exception of the shoulders (which are leather), this is a completely cloth-friendly outfit. All but 3 pieces are crafted. Two are drops (one a single-mob, the other random green), and one is from a quest.

Blood Elf Bandit Mask
Bonechewer Shoulderguards
Cindercloth Vest
Grom'tor's Bloodied Bandage
Cindercloth Pants
Red Mageweave Gloves
Dress Shoes

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Darker Magister

As the Robe of Power from the previous post is BoP, I worked out an alternate (albeit higher level) outfit with a similar design.


This outfit features:

Imperial Red Mantle - a green drop from mobs mostly of the BRD levels. An alternate version, probably more easily farmed, is the Mantle of the Scarlet Crusade, from Cannon Master Willey.
Infernoweave Robe - purchased for 30 Badges of Justice (Outland Heroics) from Ge'ru in Shattrath City. A (more costly) alternative would be the Flarecore Robe.
Belt of Arugal - low level drop from Arugal, SFK
Apprentice Boots - These are specifically from the Blood Elf Mage starter gear, however, any charcoal colored footwear will work. For the ladies, you can go open toed with the Knitted Sandals.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

So you want to be a Magister?

Today's featured outfit is one I worked on for a while for my fledgling Blood Elf mage, to wear to Magister-y meetings. The downside of this outfit is the limitation that the robe can only be crafted and worn by Tailors.



This outfit features:

Magister's Crown
Nether Guards (alternately, you can use a slightly different style, represented by the Crimson Silk Shoulders)
Robe of Power (Tailors only)
Scorching Sash - an STV quest reward. (If you are a priest, you may prefer the Girdle of Prophecy.)
Red Mageweave Gloves
Ashwalker's Footwraps - an SMV quest reward. (Knitted Sandals, or any foot covering works fine)

Accessorize with the VERY low level quest reward: Smooth Metal Staff, or the Deatholme quest reward Staff of the Sun, for the complete look. Another high level alternative, which would also be available to the Alliance, drops off of Kael'thas in Magister's Terrace - the Sun-infused Focus Staff.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Back to Basics: Robes

I wanted to start off with the most simplistic "outfits" available to a roleplayer: the plethora of robes that require no level, and no special class to wear. Items that have the most basic origins: character creation, vendor purchase, crafting, loot drops.

Today's specimen is a robe that I've never actually seen in game, but discovered through some WoWHead.com browsing.

The Light Magesmith Robe




This robe is a sleeved version of a Teldrassil quest reward called the Woodland Robes. There are one or two other robes in similar situations, but those are for another day. These (Light Magesmith) robes are a very low % drop from the "Frostmane Novice" trolls of Dun Morgh.