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Kamalia gets a new kit which she is likely to wear for quite a long time. Kerisa plays at being fel-touched. The Mages get new clothes that are iterations on outfits I’ve made before.

Ancestral Skirmisher

Ancestral Chieftain’s Headdress Greatbelt Grasps & Hoofbands, Shoulderguards of Shunned Duty, Shamblehide Chestguard, Scale Leggings of the Skirmisher, Thunder Bluff Tabard, Spell Axe of the Speaker, Saltstone Shield
I saw a fellow in Dazar’alor wearing these Legion shoulders with the Tauren Heritage Armor and thought it looked pretty neat, so naturally Kam needed to try out the combo for herself.

Fallen Forestlord

Unwavering Stare, Shoulders of the Roiling Inferno (LFR), Fallen Runelord’s Robe & Belt, Heart Grippers, Demon Commander’s Drape, Lifeforce Hammer, Book of Origination
This robe and belt, which are similar to the garb of the Felskorn casters from Stormheim, are obtained from Battle for Azeroth‘s Island Expeditions. They are BoE, so I got mine from the Auction House. The Demon Commander’s Drape from the Legion pre-launch events coordinates perfectly. Then the acid green LFR Siege of Orgrimmar Druid tier shoulders seemed like just the thing. The Lifeforce Hammer ties into the Vrykul theme of the robe and belt, while the glowing green of the Book of Origination continues the fel-touched theme.

Blackwater Buccaneer


Red Tricorne Hat, Black Swashbuckler’s Shirt, Captain Sanders’ Sash, Seafarer’s Pantaloons, Buccaneer’s Boots, Freeport Falchion, Mok’Morokk’s Grog Bottle
The Blackwater Raiders are the pirate gang, led by Baron Revilgaz, who run Booty Bay.
I originally wanted to do an all-red outfit using the Corsair’s Overshirt and Buccaneer’s Pants —

— but all the reds are different hues and it felt clashy rather than coherent.
See also Priest #11 & #73.

Kirin Tor of Dalaran IV

Darkmist Wizard Hat, Shoulderpads of Twisted Fate (H), Tia Shortsleeve’s Short Sleeve Shirt, Hidden Belt, Khadgar’s Kilt of Abjuration, Pyrotex Ignition Cloth, Ringo’s Blizzard Boots, Drape of the Lithe, Aluneth (upgraded, 3rd tint)
I originally designed and iterated upon this outfit for my Human Mage (#31, #45 & #61) using the Alliance-exclusive Kirin Tor Offensive Tabard from the Isle of Thunder in Pandaria. When the tabard design became available as a shirt during Free T-Shirt Day, I could finally make it for Kaelinda — who has always considered herself to be more loyal to the Kirin Tor than to the Sunreavers — as well.
I’d love to use the Normal-mode Runebound Mantle/Corrupted Mantle of the Felseekers with this kit–

— but Antorus isn’t quite soloable for players of my skill level yet.

Void-Touched II





Shadowmoon Shoulderguards, Fur Covered Robe, Willow Boots, Waterfall Drape, Squire’s Shirt, Sol’s Magestaff
Before Kaelyla left Draenor-of-the-alternate-timeway, she needed to spend a bit of time wearing this update of a kit that I originally created for my Draenei Mage to wear in Draenor’s Shadowmoon Valley. The core concept of the outfit is the combination of the shoulders and the robe; it benefits greatly from being able to Hide the belt, gloves, and bracers.

Emerald Enchantress II

Watcher’s Cap, Slime-Encrusted Pads, Falathim-Washed Robes, Delaris’ Gloves, Slippers of Unturned Loyalties, Whelp Keeper’s Staff
This kit is an update of an outfit that I originally created for my Forsaken Mage.
This is the red hair color for Kul Tirans, which looks more artificial to me on them than the very similar color that Blood Elves have does on them.

~*~*~

This series of posts began because I set myself a goal to document new Transmogrification outfits in a more timely fashion. As soon as I create a new outfit, I write it up in a draft post. As the weekend approaches, I start working on taking fashion screenshots, processing them, and updating “Things my [Class] Wears” posts. On Sunday — though not every Sunday — I publish the collection of my recent efforts. Then I begin the next “Sunday on the Promenade” draft post.

Occasionally, I have ideas for themed Transmogrification collections that take several months to completely assemble. Thus, some of these outfits might get re-posted at a later date as part of such a themed Transmogrification collection.

Kaelyla is a Void Elf.

With the Orb of the Sin’dorei, she can become a Blood Elf.

With the Orb of Deception, she can become a Nightborne.

And by entering the Well of Eternity, she can become a Night Elf.

So if you want to be All The Elves and side with the Alliance, roll a Void Elf.
If you want to be All The Elves and side with the Horde, roll a Nightborne.

One nice Druid kit, a couple of silly cloth tabard kits, and a couple of skimpy robe kits in this installment of the Sunday Mog Show.

Moon Mists

Ravenbear Disguise/Conqueror’s Nightsong Cover + Demonic Gladiator’s Dragonhide Spaulders, Miststalker’s Jerkin Belt & Pants, Karabor Skirmisher Gloves, Grom’gar Wolfpelt Boots, Sentinel’s Branch
This outfit for Night Warrior-phase Kivrin is loosely inspired by an outfit created by Alunaria that used some of the same pieces.

Legion’s Downfall



Cowl of the Illidari High Lord/Fel-Proof Goggles, Sanctified Bloodmage Shoulderpads, Silkweave Robe & Cinch, Leggings of the Seventh Circle, Warmongering Gladiator’s Silk Handguards, Void Slippers, Legionfall Tabard, Shimmershell Cape, Vengeance Staff
Inspired, perhaps, by Kinevra’s return to the Broken Isles to obtain her Archmage title, Kaelinda returned to the Broken Isles to complete the Legionfall Campaign and obtain the Archmage’s Prismatic Disc. Upon achieving this objective, she decided that she needed a Legionfall tabard kit — and it needed to use these spectacular Outland pants. This also seemed like a good opportunity to wear this Black Temple hat, if only for the photoshoot — for continuous wear, the Fel-Proof Goggles are less cumbersome and more attractive.

Tinker II

Flying Tiger Goggles, Corrupted Mantle of the Felseekers (LFR), Elemental Raiment, Cord of the Slain Champion, Godfrey’s Britches, Zaetar’s Gloves, Gnomish Inventor Boots, Rustbolt Resistance Tabard, Neural Synapse Enhancer
Kinevra is the only other character, besides Kamalia, to have actually gone to Mechagon (which she did primarily to be able to do the Mechagnome recruitment questline), so I decided to update her previous “Tinker” kit (#33) to use the Rustbolt Resistance Tabard and the staff from Operation: Mechagon.
Kinevra’s professions have been Herbalism and Inscription for a very long time. But darnit, I wanted to have one of my high-level Mages be able to wear the Engineering goggles, so Kinevra unlearned Inscription and picked up Engineering in its place.

Muddied Waters

Steamburst Robe, Waterfall Cord, Gandling’s Gloves, Skydancer Boots (LFR), Selis’ Silk Shirt, Void-Warped Oshu’gun Spellstaff
The first outfit I made with this robe (Priest #38) was rather silly, so it was about time that I made a somewhat better one.
Serendipitously, Kishalla’s cherry red hair matches the shoulder tattoo color on this version of the robe quite nicely.

I Dream of Djinnie II

Vishas’ Hood*, Woundsealer Spaulders, Vestments of the Shifting Sands, Angkhal Cord, Azure Silk Pants, Roffle’s Ruffly Gloves, Slippers of Serenity, Cerulean Filigreed Doublet, Magician Staff
When Kaelyla went to Uldum, I remembered that I’d been planning to make for her a variation/upgrade of a pink & blue Slinky Leia Robe kit that I originally designed for Kaohana (Priest #26).
Whenever I ride the Leywoven Flying Carpet, I am so glad that I didn’t completely give up on Paragoning for Suramar before I’d gotten it.

~*~*~

This series of posts began because I set myself a goal to document new Transmogrification outfits in a more timely fashion. As soon as I create a new outfit, I write it up in a draft post. As the weekend approaches, I start working on taking fashion screenshots, processing them, and updating “Things my [Class] Wears” posts. On Sunday — though not every Sunday — I publish the collection of my recent efforts. Then I begin the next “Sunday on the Promenade” draft post.

Occasionally, I have ideas for themed Transmogrification collections that take several months to completely assemble. Thus, some of these outfits might get re-posted at a later date as part of such a themed Transmogrification collection.

Three weeks later, I continue to have an incredibly difficult time disciplining myself to focus on schoolwork rather than noodling around in WoW.

I spent about a week and a half doggedly queuing for Kul Tiras dungeons until I got the robe and belt of both the green (Normal) and blue (Heroic) versions of the Kul Tiras cloth dungeon set.

I took Kinevra back to the Broken Isles to finish her Order Hall Campaign and earn the Archmage title.

I took Kaelinda back to Nazjatar and completed the Nazjatar Campaign mostly for RP reasons.

I took Kaelinda back to the Broken Isles and completed the Legionfall Campaign so that she could then get the Mage Class Mount — the Archmage’s Prismatic Disc is the only one of the Class Mounts that I’ve been really and truly envious of when I’ve seen other people riding it around.

Inspired by Gnomecore, I toyed with the notion of pushing Kaelinda through the Balance of Power questline. She already has the necessary Azsuna and Suramar quest progression and Azsuna, Stormheim, and Suramar reputation. I’m mildly interested in the Balance of Power appearance for Aluneth, but I don’t much care for the Balance of Power apperances for Felo’melorn or Ebonchill. So maybe I’ll come back to that sometime in Shadowlands.

While hanging out in the Hall of the Guardian, I saw a couple of other Mages wearing the cosmetic reward set for beating Deaths of Chromie and thought, O, I should go give that a try — and then I thought, nah, I don’t have that kind of time right now. That’s another thing that maybe I’ll come back to sometime in Shadowlands.

I’ve more or less given up on the idea of gathering any more stuff out of BfA LFR; I can’t afford to spend naptime or my nighttime hours idling in a 1-2 hour DPS LFR queue.

What I would still like to accomplish before the Shadowlands pre-patch arrives is A) get Kaelyla leveled and geared and ready to go and B) do some more Horrific Visions with Kerisa and get the second upgraded appearance for the Shroud of Resolve.

But for the next two or three weeks, I’ve really got to be disciplined and do schoolwork.

Lots of Kul Tiras gear in this installment of the Sunday Mog Show. I think the armor artists did a really great job with that stuff!

Kul Tiras Mudball All-Star

Crazy Cap, Almost New Shoulderpads, Durable Tunic, Willow Belt Gloves & Boots, Empowered Leggings, Tabard of Kul Tiras, Staff of the Formidable Opponent
This is what I came up with when I set out to make a pants outfit to go with the Kul Tiras tabard.
The shoulders made me think of (American) football, so then the kit needed a helmet, too; this hat was the most helmet-ish thing in cloth that also had the right sort of colors.

Shining Silver Seventh

7th Legionnaire’s Shoulderplates Breastplate & Greaves, Waistguard of Reparation, Demonsteel Greaves, Flash Freeze Gauntlets (H), Pride of the Eredar, Replica Lion’s Fang, 7th Legionnaire’s Shield
The 7th Legion plate set is very Paladiny. I only have a few pieces because my Horde Paladin hasn’t done much of the War Campaign, but they’re enough to create a kit with the right sort of look.

Kul Tiras Plate




Harbormaster (Tiragarde Sound)/Shoalbreach (Stormsong Valley)/Bleakweald (Drustvar) armor with Coldscale Saber and Gnarlwood Barrier
The handsome Kul Tiras plate armor sets have these names when they are rewarded from World Quests, which is probably the best way for a Horde player to acquire them. I’ve put the version that I think is the most handsome, and that I wanted to continue wearing after the photoshoot, last.
I think this is some of the nicest plate armor in the game. At first, I didn’t quite understand the early Battle for Azeroth information and thought that this armor would only be available to Alliance characters. I was greatly relieved to learn that BOE greens versions existed, and even more so that the World Quest versions were also available to Horde characters!

Kul Tiras Leathers





Gravethorn (Drustvar)/Seafarer (Tiragarde Sound)/Fairweather (Stormsong Valley) armor with Bleak Hills Swatter and Growthshaper Branch
The handsome Kul Tiras leather armor sets have these names when they are rewarded from World Quests, which is probably the best way for a Horde player to acquire them. I’ve put the version that I think is the most handsome, and that I wanted to continue wearing after the photoshoot, last.

Deepwild Plantwitch

Headdress of the First Empire, Auchenai Keeper Robe, Aqu’sirr’s Swirling Sash (N), Deeptide Slippers, Neophyte’s Shirt, Kihrawr’s Scratching Post
I was inspired to create this outfit by a Void Elf Priest I saw in Boralus who was wearing the blue versions of the robe and belt.
If I ever got a WoW tattoo (which I probably won’t), I might choose the nifty little shoulder glyph from this style of robe.

Tirisgarde Field Marshal

Ceremonial Crown of Karabor, Vestia’s Pauldrons of Inner Grace, Field Marshal’s Silk Vestments, Light-Woven Slippers, Aluneth
I was a little bit disappointed to discover that the Order Hall Campaign titles are not automatically awarded to alts of the same class upon reaching level 110; each character must complete the Order Hall Campaign for themself to be able to use the corresponding title. Kinevra finally got around to returning to the Broken Isles to finish the Mage Order Hall Campaign in late Battle for Azeroth, after she’d finished all the things she wanted to do in Kul Tiras.
Kinevra also acquired the Field Marshal’s robe with Honor gained by running Northrend dungeons while the Alliance held Wintergrasp; she also has it equipped for this outfit to celebrate finishing the Mage Order Hall Campaign and acquiring the Archmage title at last.

~*~*~

This series of posts began because I set myself a goal to document new Transmogrification outfits in a more timely fashion. As soon as I create a new outfit, I write it up in a draft post. As the weekend approaches, I start working on taking fashion screenshots, processing them, and updating “Things my [Class] Wears” posts. On Sunday — though not every Sunday — I publish the collection of my recent efforts. Then I begin the next “Sunday on the Promenade” draft post.

Occasionally, I have ideas for themed Transmogrification collections that take several months to completely assemble. Thus, some of these outfits might get re-posted at a later date as part of such a themed Transmogrification collection.

The comments about gender, sexuality, and relationships between NPCs in WoW from the various dev interviews last week prompted a few more of my characters* to tell me about their relationship status.

Keija is married and has been for quite a long time, actually — although she is the fourth in birth order, she was the first of her siblings to marry. Her husband is a member of the Thunder Bluff Honor Guard, serving Cairne and then Baine. They have not yet chosen to have children, though now that Keija has been and has retired from being Battlelord of the Valarjar, they are beginning to consider the possibility.

Karaelia had an intense, unrequited, bashful crush on Sunwalker Dezco for some time after his wife Leza’s death. She eventually, painfully got over it.

Kiralaira sneers at the question, saying, “When an Illidari tells you ‘I have sacrificed everything’, they mean everything. Yes, even that.”

Kaoling is betrothed to her childhood sweetheart, who also chose the Huojin and the Horde. They have chosen to remain celibate until after their wedding.

Keriluna had several relationships before she married. One or two of them were, experimentally, with women. When her husband, Thelborius, went into the Dream, she stayed faithful to him, though it was not uncommon for the partners of Druids who had gone into the Dream to seek other companionship, and indeed some Druids who were going into the Dream encouraged their partners to do so. After Thel was killed by the Forsaken as he lay Dreaming, she was too filled with grief and anger to consider another relationship. When she went to Suramar, however, she was surprised to find herself falling rather madly in love with a Nightborne artisan named Vynalandor who had been rescued from Suramar City by the Order of the Dusk Lily and brought to Shal’aran. After the defeat of Elisande and the Nightfallen reclamation of the City, she accepted Vynalandor’s invitation to stay at his apartments in the City while she studied Nightborne music culture. Both of them had been celibate for several hundred years — he, too, was a widower — so when the relationship turned sexual, it did so with great intensity. When the Nightborne chose to join the Horde, that strained the relationship, but because members of the Alliance were still allowed to move freely about Suramar City, the new couple were not separated. After Sylvanas burned Teldrassil, though, Keriluna’s overwhelming rage at the genocide of her people rapidly shattered the relationship.

Kermione had always had a bit of a crush on Ace, but Ace only had eyes for Izzy, and Izzy reciprocated. If she was truly honest with herself, Kermione had to admit that she’d had a bit of a pash** for Izzy, too. She genuinely liked both Ace and Izzy as friends well enough, though, that she didn’t want to get in the way of the good thing they had going. The relationship with Chip had been a total sham. Yes, of course they’d been sleeping together. It had been what was expected of them by the people in Kezan who were watching them, most particularly the people who’d gotten them into those jobs at Kajaro Trading Company. But they’d both been completely faking the rest of the relationship, and both of them knew it, and so did their watchers. Quite frankly, it had been a relief when Chip had dumped her to hook up with Candy. After arriving in Orgrimmar, she’d been too busy trying to get back on her feet financially to worry about finding a boyfriend for quite awhile, but eventually Gromitt came along. He’s her steady now, though sometimes her eyes wander and she wonders what it might be like to sleep with a Gnome or even a Vulpera.

~*~*~

* I’ve previously written about Kelilla, Keriluna, Kerisa, Kivrinne, Kymberlea, Kimorene, Kalaneia, Kaelinda, and Kamalia

** Guessing from the contexts in which I first saw it 20 years ago in Harry Potter fanfiction, “pash” is British slang for “lesbian crush”; I could be using it entirely wrong!

Hiding amongst the Mage kits in this installment of the Sunday Mog Show is a Shaman kit that I think is rather fun.

Knight-Captain of the 7th Legion

Mountainsage Hood, Mantle of the Champion, Knight-Captain’s Silk Tunic, 7th Legionnaire’s Cord, Warmongering Gladiator’s Gloves of Prowess, Sandswept Sandals, 7th Legionnaire’s Stave
I was finally ready to go do the Pride of Kul Tiras questline and recruit the Kul Tirans. Kinevra needed something special for the occasion. Years ago, she acquired this robe using Honor gained by running Northrend dungeons while the Alliance held Wintergrasp (see also “Hero of Stormwind”, her outfit #5). Not having done PvP in Classic, however, I haven’t got the requisite Legacy Achievement to Transmogrify its appearance, so she has it equipped.

Tide-Etched

Mana-Etched Regalia with Beach Party Thong, Master’s Boots, Tabard of Kul Tiras, and Staff of the Royal Wizard
I had been thinking of this tabard as green, but when I went to try to color match it to make an outfit, I was surprised to discover that it is more of a teal sort of color.
I am so happy that Kul Tiran ladies have this beautiful ringletted hairstyle!
Although I think of Kayliddia as a redhead, I prefer this coppery light brown to the other “red” haircolor, which looks dyed to me.

Sunchaser

Crown of Endless Knowledge, Mantle of Tirisfal, Silvermoon Robes, Black Belt of Knowledge, Noble’s Fancy Boots, Staff of the Sunchaser
A Silvermoon outfit for Kaelinda to wear while pursuing the Heritage of the Sin’dorei questline.

Voidbringer

Mish’undare, Voidheart Mantle, Selis’ Silk Shirt, Mana-Cord of Deception (N), Plaguebringer’s Legwraps Gloves & Boots, Ashjra’kamas (rank 1), Inkgill Blade, Uldir Subject Manifest (LFR)
So, I thought I’d see what I could do with the pants of the Horde Darkshore Warfront cloth set. I also wanted to use this cool book from Uldir. I couldn’t quite find a chestpiece that I really liked, so I decided to try hiding the chestpiece and showing off a shirt. The Stylish Black Shirt also looks great in this ensemble.

Elemental Hypertech

Steamworker’s Goggles, Shoulderguards of Dark Meditations (LFR), Mountain Stream Ringmail, Belt of the Iron Prison (LFR), Tristam Legguards*, Bonelink Gauntlets, Boots of Elemental Torment, Rustbolt Resistance Tabard, Skullstone Hammer*, Gizlock’s Hypertech Buckler
The core concept of this outfit is the combination of the tabard, the mace, the shield, and the shoulders. Once I’d thought of it, it became a bee in my bonnet that just had to be done. Initially, I wasn’t quite sure what I’d do for the rest of the outfit, but it’s come together quite nicely, I think.

Rain Poppy II

Crown of Infinite Prosperity, Contender’s Leather shoulders, Robes of Summer Flame, Supple Waistguard (stage 1), Jungle King Mudtossers, Biornskin Moccasins, Rain Poppy Staff
This outfit is an update of Kerisa’s outfit #19, a lovely ensemble that was originally created by Erinys.

Wildheart

Replica Wildheart Raiment with Staff of the Verdant Circle
In Classic, this set was the Druid Dungeon set and not so easy to get. The Springrain gear given to new Allied Races or Boosted Druids is a higher resolution version of this set.

~*~*~

This series of posts began because I set myself a goal to document new Transmogrification outfits in a more timely fashion. As soon as I create a new outfit, I write it up in a draft post. As the weekend approaches, I start working on taking fashion screenshots, processing them, and updating “Things my [Class] Wears” posts. On Sunday — though not every Sunday — I publish the collection of my recent efforts. Then I begin the next “Sunday on the Promenade” draft post.

Occasionally, I have ideas for themed Transmogrification collections that take several months to completely assemble. Thus, some of these outfits might get re-posted at a later date as part of such a themed Transmogrification collection.

A collection of Transmogrification Kits actually worn in-game by my Kul Tiran Mage. Outfits are listed from most recent to least recent. Items that are no longer obtainable are marked with an asterisk (*).

4) Emerald Enchantress II

Watcher’s Cap, Slime-Encrusted Pads, Falathim-Washed Robes, Delaris’ Gloves, Slippers of Unturned Loyalties, Whelp Keeper’s Staff
This kit is an update of an outfit that I originally created for my Forsaken Mage.
This is the red hair color for Kul Tirans, which looks more artificial to me on them than the very similar color that Blood Elves have does on them.

3) Kul Tiras Mudball All-Star

Crazy Cap, Almost New Shoulderpads, Durable Tunic, Willow Belt Gloves & Boots, Empowered Leggings, Tabard of Kul Tiras, Staff of the Formidable Opponent
This is what I came up with when I set out to make a pants outfit to go with the Kul Tiras tabard.
The shoulders made me think of (American) football, so then the kit needed a helmet, too; this hat was the most helmet-ish thing in cloth that also had the right sort of colors.

2) Tide-Etched

Mana-Etched Regalia with Beach Party Thong, Master’s Boots, Tabard of Kul Tiras, and Staff of the Royal Wizard
I had been thinking of this tabard as green, but when I went to try to color match it to make an outfit, I was surprised to discover that it is more of a teal sort of color.
I am so happy that Kul Tiran ladies have this beautiful ringletted hairstyle!
Although I think of Kayliddia as a redhead, I prefer this coppery light brown to the other “red” haircolor, which looks dyed to me.

1) Tide Sculptor

Spellsculptor’s Regalia
These are the clothes that newly created Allied Races Mages are given. They are identical to the clothes given to Boosted Mages. This set can also be obtained from the Warlords Garrison Salvage Yard.

Since reaching 120, Kinevra has done the Alliance side of things all out of order*. She did Mechagon first, so I could do the Mechagnome recruitment questline. Then Nazjatar, then the 8.0 War Campaign, then the Shroud of Resolve, then the 8.1 and 8.1.5 chapters of the War Campaign, then the second Siege of Orgrimmar and its small follow-up quests. I ended up doing the Pride of Kul Tiras storyline last — I’d heard that it was most excellent, perhaps the best story in all of Battle for Azeroth, so I suppose I was “saving the best for last” — and indeed it was as magnificent and moving as promised.

Having properly saved Jaina, I could finally recruit the Kul Tirans. At last, my roster is complete with a character of every race as Kayliddia the Kul Tiran Mage joins The Blue Team of my major characters.

Kayliddia’s parents were retainers on Lord Norwington’s estate. As a child, she showed promise as a magic-wielder, so when she reached the appropriate adolescent age to be apprenticed for a trade, Lord Norwington sponsored her training as a Tidesage. When her training was complete, she served as a Tidesage in Lord Norwington’s shipping fleet**. When the Horde raided Norwington Estate, one of her parents was killed, and the other parent and one of her younger siblings who was still at home were seriously injured. Kayliddia requested to be released from her service as a Tidesage to care for her wounded family members. When they had recovered, she further requested to be allowed to fight the Horde alongside Kul Tiras’ renewed allies, the Alliance***.

Before I did the Kul Tiran stories, I did the Heritage of the Sin’dorei questline with Kaelinda. I greatly enjoyed it and intend to write an RP story about it for her, like I did with Kamalia and the Heritage of the Shu’halo questline. First, however, I have to figure out where Kaelinda was and what she was doing when the Fall of Silvermoon originally happened.

With these major lore goals accomplished, all that’s left of my rest-of-BfA/pre-Shadowlands to-do list is mog farming and alt leveling:

* obtain the robe and belt of the Normal and Heroic versions of the Kul Tiras dungeon cloth set (the other pieces will be nice to have if I get them along the way)
* obtain the belt, gloves, and boots of the Uldir LFR cloth set (I already have the robe and shoulders)
* obtain the Phoenixfire Staff from the first wing of Dazar’alor LFR

* finish leveling Kaelyla to 120 and prep her for Shadowlands (rank 1 Shroud of Resolve, four rank 3 Essences, ilevel above 430)

* level Kasheena for Highmountain Tauren Heritage Armor

Although I want the Kul Tiran Heritage Armor very much and have all kinds of other Mogging that I want to do with Kayliddia (and I think I might want to take her to the Shadowlands, too), I plan to hold off on leveling her until Shadowlands so that I can do her leveling entirely in Kul Tiras and do all the quests and learn all the Kul Tiran lore that I skipped with Kinevra#.

* if I finish all these other things before the Shadowlands pre-launch events begin, do more Horrific Visions with Kerisa to get the second upgraded appearance of the Shroud of Resolve

The most significant thing to me about having completed my big Battle for Azeroth lore goals, though, is that hopefully now my brain will be able to shift out of “it’s summer and all I wanna do is play WoW” mode and into “Fall semester is coming up fast and it’s time to focus on getting my classes organized” mode.

~*~*~

* In-character, though, of course she would have done all these things in the proper chronological sequence.

** Or that of one of his business partners; it’s not clear if he would have a fleet of his own

*** Hmm… Kinevra, Kaelyla, and Kayliddia all have cause for strong grudges against the Horde, so I’m going to have to think about if/how they can still be able to work amicably with Kaelinda.

# Because the BfA Loremaster achievement is accountwide, Kamalia’s completion of the Zandalar storylines meant that Kinevra didn’t actually have to do everything in Kul Tiras. In fact, because she gained several levels during the WoW’s 15th Anniversary event from the trivia daily, she did little beyond the main storyline of Tiragarde Sound.

The image quality in this installment might look somewhat different. I’d been using a several years-old version of Photoshop Elements. This spring, I bought a new Wacom tablet to help with teaching by webconferencing, and it came bundled with Corel Painter Essentials 7. I figured I ought to start learning that new software.

Summer Flames

Jewel of the Firelord, Firekin Amice, Robes of Summer Flame, Supple Waistguard (stage 2), Biornskin Moccasins, Tabard of Summer Flames, Ranseur of Hatred (H)
Why hadn’t I thought of putting this tabard with this robe before?

Feathers of Fire/Feathers of Frost

Orange: Jewel of the Firelord, Firekin Amice, Flamestrider Robes, Scouting Trousers, Tabard of Summer Flames, Spire of Coagulated Globules (H)

Blue: Crown of Eternal Winter, Hide of Chromaggus, Jinxed Hoodoo Skin, Mistspray Kilt*, Tabard of Summer Skies, Spire of Coagulated Globules (LFR)
This robe style is available in both leather and cloth, and both leather and cloth have feathery, firey shoulders to wear with it. Compare Blood Elf Mage #84 for the cloth version.

Flames Like Feathers/Frost Like Feathers/Mana Like Feathers

Orange: Jewel of the Firelord, Mantle of Closed Doors (N), Silksand Wraps, Lava-Starched Britches, Noble’s Fancy Boots, Tabard of Summer Flames, Wild Combatant’s Energy Staff

Blue: Crown of Eternal Winter, Frostwind Mantle, Sage’s Robe, Lava-Starched Britches, Noble’s Fancy Boots, Tabard of Summer Skies, Warmongering Combatant’s Energy Staff

Purple: Mantle of Closed Doors (H), Raincaller Robes, Lava-Starched Britches, Noble’s Fancy Boots, Order of the Awakened Tabard, Emanating Staff of Shadow
This robe style is available in both cloth and leather, and both cloth and leather have firey, feathery shoulders to wear with it. Compare Druid #82 for the leather version.

Flaming Font/Frozen Font

Orange: Jewel of the Firelord, Mantle of the Cleansing Flame (N), Consortium Combatant’s Robes, Braided Manastring Cinch, Tabard of Summer Flames, Staff of Endless Winter

Blue: Crown of Eternal Winter, Hydraxian Mantle, Warp Infused Drape, Braided Manastring Cinch, Tabard of Summer Skies, Icecore Staff
Kaohana gets to wear this pair of Midsummer Fire Festival outfits because there is no lookalike item for the Firelands Priest tier shoulders. The blue version (with the hat changed to Hidden) is what she is still wearing.

Orome

Crown of Infinite Prosperity, Willow Vest, Councillor’s Sash, Elunarian Sarong, Goldenvine Wraps, Kurkenstoks, Torch of Austen, Suntouched Flowers
This festive summer beach ensemble is named after a song by European ethnopop star Oonagh.

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This series of posts began because I set myself a goal to document new Transmogrification outfits in a more timely fashion. As soon as I create a new outfit, I write it up in a draft post. As the weekend approaches, I start working on taking fashion screenshots, processing them, and updating “Things my [Class] Wears” posts. On Sunday — though not every Sunday — I publish the collection of my recent efforts. Then I begin the next “Sunday on the Promenade” draft post.

Occasionally, I have ideas for themed Transmogrification collections that take several months to completely assemble. Thus, some of these outfits might get re-posted at a later date as part of such a themed Transmogrification collection.