A collection of Transmogrification Kits actually worn in-game by my Tauren Hunters. Outfits are listed from most recent to least recent. Items that are no longer obtainable are marked with an asterisk (*).
46) Iridescent Scales
Bog Epaulets, Skettis Chestpiece & Footwraps, Sundered Waistband & Gauntlets, Green Dragonscale Leggings, Giorgio’s Caduceus of Pure Moods (LFR)
This style of mail armor also comes in gold (the Burnished set). It would be perfectly lovely for Noblegarden (and Love is in the Air) if it came in pale pink, too!
Wyrmfury Pauldrons, Fel Iron Chain Tunic, Belt of the Gladiator, Turtle Scale Leggings, Green Dragonscale Gauntlets, Boots of the Pathfinder
It seemed natural to progress from a kit using the Dragonstalker pauldrons to this BC dungeons recolor. After playing around with various combinations of green and red, I decided that I liked the outfit best with the maroon color just popping from the pauldrons and the feathers on this tint of Talonclaw.
Dragonstalker’s Spaulders, Champion’s Deathdealer Breastplate, Blood Knight Girdle, Scourge Lieutenant Breeches, Magnificent Gauntlets, Netherstorm Greaves, Scarlet Filigreed Shirt, Terokk’s Quill
This brilliantly colored kit takes cues from the outfits submitted by Luxypie and Zhau@Hellfire-EU for “These Boots Were Made For Mogging”.
43) I Will Survive
Wayfaring Shoulderguards & Leggings (3-670), Champion’s Deathdealer Breastplate, Merciless Belt, Magnificent Gauntlets, Netherstorm Greaves, Terokk’s Quill
Beastmastery is fun, especially now that I’ve finally gotten around to having my Scribe make the Dire Stable glyph for my Hunter — but I wanted to go back to being Survival for awhile. Because it was still Pink Season at the time, it seemed like an opportune time to make a bright pink kit with Terokk’s Quill.
42) Wild Heart Wrangler
Architect’s Spaulders, Brigade Breastplate & Girdle, Wayfaring Leggings (3-670), Wildwood Wrangler Gloves, Sha’tari Deadeye Sabatons, PC-54 Shotgun
The pinkish-copper trim on this gun suggested that it be used in a Love is in the Air outfit. This kit turned out darker than I originally anticipated, however, mostly because I resisted the temptation to just use the whole Brigade set —
— a duskier-toned mail analogue of the plate Bloodscale set.
41) Great Jungle Hunter
Safari Hat, Savage Gladiator’s Chain Spaulders, Chestguard of Elemental Torment, Belt of the Gladiator, Axeclaw Legguards, Stormscale Gloves, Treads of the Dreamwolf, Ranseur of Hatred
An idea I began to develop while working on Ketura’s previous outfit. Sometimes it’s best not to let such ideas rest for too long before I make them… or I might forget them.
40) Auchenai Tracker
Furious Gladiator’s Chain Spaulders, Auchenai Tracker’s Hauberk, Unyielding Waistband, Legguards of Sleeting Arrows, Savage Gladiator’s Chain Gauntlets, Boots of the Pathfinder
Although I’ve been wanting to make a kit with this chestpiece for some time, when I actually started to work on it, the rather unique color proved to be a bit of a challenge. This is actually the second iteration of this kit; I’ll reuse parts of the first iteration for another kit some other day.
39) Rangaari Morningscale
Safari Hat, Morningscale shoulders chest & pants, Industrial Lifting Belt, Wastewalker’s Gauntlets*, Sabatons of the Flamewalker, Incised Gun
The Morningscale set is the other green and brown toned Warlords mail set that I think is great for a Ranger-type outfit. It is obtained by running Warlords Heroic dungeons.
I know Kamalia got the hat for the blue-gray coloration of this set, but I didn’t save it after she got an upgrade because I thought it looked rather silly on Tauren (most hoods do, to my eye).
The folded-down hood does look pretty awesome on other races, though!
Legion has an iteration on this hood style that I do think looks okay on Tauren.
38) Rangaari Ravenchain
Ravenchain set with Safari Hat and Taut Driftwood Bow
Warlords produced a couple of rather nice green and brown toned mail sets that are just perfect for a Ranger. This particular set is obtained by questing through Spires of Arak.
37) Balrog Stalker
Crown of Destruction, Replica Beastmaster’s Mantle, Ebonhold Armor, Warmonger’s Belt, Bloodmail Legguards*, Engraved gloves & boots, Orange Martial Shirt, Lava Bolt Crossbow
Ketura doesn’t use crossbows very often, but this one just seemed like the right weapon for this kit.
The Mithril Scale Pants are a good alternate choice of leggings to go with this chestpiece.
35) Bronze, Brass, and Steel
Blast-Proof Cowl, Ordon Legend-Keeper Spaulders, Bulging Chain Vest, Earthgrasp Girdle, Battle Scarred Leggings, Grips of Rekindling, Railwalker’s Ratcheted Boots, Bronze Blaster
This kit, with its grey metal tones and textures in the torso and brown leather tones and textures elsewhere, originated from wanting to use this bright shiny gold-leaf gilded helmet with this bright orange-yellow chestpiece that I thought might be part of the same set, but apparently isn’t. I hadn’t been paying close enough attention to the types of Mission chests they came out of — the hat is from the Highmaul/Blackrock Foundry Shaman tier-lookalike set, whereas the chestpiece is from the Hellfire Citadel LFR mail set. The belt, gloves, and boots, however, are from the same set as the hat.
34) Blackrock Sniper
Helm of Affinity, Wayfaring Shoulderguards & Leggings (3-670), Deathweb Vest, Bloodspattered Sash, Trapper Gloves, Sunspring Greaves, Master Builder’s Shirt, Wolfslayer Sniper Rifle
I was quite tempted, for a bit, to combine the 3-670 Wayfaring Leggings with the Felstalker Breastplate and Drakesfire Epaulets and pay homage to the Godmother’s Shado-Pan Helmet kit.
Instead, I originally designed this set with the Beast Lord Mantle. Later, I decided that I wanted to use all three colors of the Wayfaring Shoulderguards, after all.
Savage Blood required: 60
33) Wayfaring Pilgrim
Helm of Pilgrimage, Wayfaring Shoulderguards & Leggings (2-655), Quivering Tunic, Ornate Girdle, Starfish Gauntlets, Titan-Forged Sabatons of Triumph, Shrediron’s Shredder (1-630), Stylish Blue Shirt
I love the combination of blue and gold, so even though I’m nominally Horde, sometimes I make kits that would be just awesome for an Alliance character.
This kit didn’t quite seem complete without the shirt.
I like the design of this gun a lot, so it will likely become my go-to mogging item for when I want a sleek, light-colored gun in the same way that the Wolfslayer Sniper Rifle is my go-to mogging item for when I want a powerful, dark-colored gun.
Savage Blood required: 30
32) Black Arrow
Fel-Proof Goggles, Wayfaring Shoulderguards (1-640), Ebonhold Armor Gauntlets & Boots, Lifecycle Waistguard (N), Bloodmail Legguards*, Green Martial Shirt, Shroud of the Final Stand, Black Bow of the Betrayer
Although I’ve seen kits with these shoulders that went all-out green, I wanted to reflect the Burning Legion aesthetic of fel green as an accent color against black.
If you don’t have the Bloodmail Legguards, then you’ll probably want the Ebonhold pants, too.
Savage Blood required: 0
Wavemender’s Mantle, Dragonkiller Tunic, Axeclaw Belt, Shifting Camouflage Pants, Gauntlets of Sniping, Phalanx Boots, Cerulean Filigreed Doublet, Tribute Gun
Having dinged 100 meant that Ketura could finally convert all the Munificent, Tumultuous, Grandiose, and Baleful armor tokens that had been piling up from her Garrison and Kamalia’s Shipyard. And that meant that she needed a new Transmogrification kit.
This kit is built around the belt of the Baleful mail set, which is a recolor of the T17 LFR mail set. I’m not terribly keen on the T17 LFR mail set as a whole (especially the ridiculous shoulders), but the belt has a fun buckle.
Sparkleshell Mantle, Brackwater Vest Leggings & Boots, Unyielding Waistband & Fists, Poison-Tipped Bone Spear
There weren’t really any nice green guns or bows that Kawneiha could use at her current level (58, and I didn’t feel like pushing her through to 63 to use the Fel Iron Musket just for this kit). Looking forward to Survival being a melee spec in Legion, however, this polearm worked. At higher levels, the Ranseur of Hatred or Kaleiki’s Lost Training Staff would be good Mog choices for a polearm for this kit.
Once upon a time, the Hallowed Helm was introduced as a cloth item so that everyone could wear it. Nowadays, I think that it really ought to be upgraded to a Cosmetic item so that everyone can Mog it. Using a Weighted Jack-o’-Lantern gives the same effect, albeit only temporarily.
29) Ruins Pillager
Lord’s Crown, Ornate Pauldrons, Pillager’s Chestguard & Leggings, Myrmidon’s Girdle, Mail Combat Gauntlets & Boots, Sputtervalve Gun
The vertical stripes of the Pillager’s gear are a really cool visual effect, but I can’t help but think that unless you had a good quality leather shirt and leggings to go underneath, it wouldn’t be very comfortable. As you moved, the bands would flex, opening and closing the spaces between them and potentially catching pinches of skin. For the hairy races — Tauren, Worgen, and Pandaren — the problem would be even worse because hair would get caught in-between the bands even easier than skin and get pulled — Ouch!
28) Frostwolf Ringmail
Frostwolf Ringmail set with Cloak of Beasts, Master Builder’s Shirt, and Wolfslayer Sniper Rifle
It feels somehow ironic to pair the armor of the wolf-BFFs with a wolf-hunting gun, but that was the weapon already in Ketura’s inventory that looked best with this armor.
27) Hunting for Love
Ornate Pauldrons, Workforce Chestguard, Myrmidon’s Girdle, Pounding Leggings, Scarlet Gauntlets*, Brigade Boots, Night Elven Bow
I changed my mind about collecting the red version of this set for my Dwarf Shaman to wear with her Ironforge Tabard when I saw how it is more pink than crimson.
Try the Brigade or Merciless Gloves in place of the Scarlet Gauntlets.
Crafted Dreadful Gladiator’s Chain Helm, Crimsonscale shoulders chestpiece & leggings, Mercurial Girdle, Lord’s gloves & boots, Jade Rifle
The Crimsonscale set is the Agility set produced from Timeless Isle mail armor tokens. I think it is the handsomest coloration of this style of armor.
The Jade Rifle may not be the most perfectly matching gun for this armor (I like the plainer Bhag’thera’s Roar better), but this armor is the best Transmogrification kit I could come up with to use with this gun.
25) Orange Safety Vest
Replica Beastmaster’s Mantle & Belt, Engraved Breastplate & Gauntlets, Warmonger’s Leggings, Ravager’s Sandals, Amber Filigreed Shirt/Fine Cloth Shirt*, Spare Gunship Cannon
The April Fools 2014 Warlords 6.0 patch notes inlcuded the following:
HUNTERS — For safety, all Hunters must now wear bright orange vests at all times.
I chuckled, but didn’t think much more about it until WoW Insider’s “Around Azeroth” column featured a guild who’d taken that to heart — at their next raid, they made sure that all the Hunters were wearing orange shirts.
As super-stylish as it was, after a couple of months, Ketura had been feeling rather tired of her Ornate Dragonscale Transmogrification kit. Seeing this picture, an idea for a new Transmogrification kit sprang immediately to mind!
Although the outfit is more orange with the Amber Filigreed Shirt, I prefer the slightly more camouflaged look obtained with the Fine Cloth Shirt — a quest reward from pre-Cataclysm Loch Modan that Ketura obtained when a transporter malfunction turned her into a Dwarf for a couple of weeks a few years ago.
24) Sweet Shot
Lord’s Crown, Grunt’s Pauldrons, Fuselight Chainmail, Myrmidon’s Girdle, Ghostcaller’s Leggings, Finder’s Keepers, Felpaw Boots, Night Elven Bow
This lovely blue and silver mail set would be perfect for a High Elf hunter. It is named for an alternate item for the chestpiece, the Sweet-Tempered Breastplate.
After having collected the green and blue versions of this set with a Horde character, I plan to collect the red version with an Alliance character — my Dwarf Shaman thinks it would be perfect with her Ironforge tabard.
23) Ornate Dragonscale
Ornate set with Contender’s Dragonscale shoulders & belt and Ennadee’s Twirling Longbow
I first saw a mix-and-match of the Ornate and Contender’s Dragonscale sets on a human hunter at the Lazy Turnip in Halfhill about a week after Mists launched. I’ve seen other variations of it since. It’s certainly a very elegant combination!
22) Bling Bling
Contender’s Dragonscale Shoulders, Triumphant chestpiece, Ornate belt & leggings, Radiant gloves & boots, Ennadee’s Twirling Longbow
Blingtron 4K obligingly dropped Lil’ Bling within the first week or so of Patch 5.4. Being my Engineer, Ketura is the only one who can have both of them out at once, so she put together an outfit to coordinate with them.
21) Shado-Pan Beastmaster
Replica Shado-Pan Helmet, Ravager’s Mantle, Warmonger’s Chestpiece, Bloodspattered Sash, Bloodmail* Legguards gloves & boots, Cloak of Beasts, Master Builder’s Shirt, Bronze Blaster
This is something of an “if you’ve got it, flaunt it” kit. Although I only really wanted the Bloodmail Legguards, I’d collected all the rest of the set by the time the pants finally dropped. I decided to keep the whole set, “just in case”, and dumped it into Void Storage. Now I’m glad that I did!
I borrowed the combination of the Shado-Pan Helmet with the Warmonger’s chestpiece from WoW Roleplay Gear.
20) Wild Plains Gladiator
Crafted Dreadful Gladiator’s Chain helm shoulders belt pants & gloves, Wild Plains chestpiece & boots, Jungle Spirit’s Embrace, Crossbow of the Hardened Ranger
I’d been looking forward to getting Ketura to level 90 so that I could use this set. I love the asymmetrical shoulders, the fancy belt buckle, and the pheasant feathers in the hat. The crafted set is quite handsome by itself, but, being a Transmogrification fanatic, I couldn’t resist mixing it up just a little bit.
19) Hunter in the Hills
Lord’s Crown, Sparkleshell Mantle/Thick Scale Shoulder Pads, Gentling Breastplate, Myrmidon’s Girdle, Wet Suit Leggings, Ice Cream Mitts, Thondroril River Boots, Night Elven Bow
The colors of this quest reward set are very camouflage-like, making it a most excellent kit for a Hunter.
18) Gilnean Foxtrot
Deadly Retinal Armor, Fox Grove or Purifying shoulders, Fox Grove or Troggbane chestpiece, Lord’s Girdle, Groundshort Leggings, Silencer’s Gauntlets, Fox Grove boots, Blue Workman’s Shirt, Bronze Blaster
As I had predicted, the Fox Grove set and the Gilneas City Guard set coordinate extremely well. I couldn’t decide which of these combinations I liked best, so I planned to cycle through them all. I only got through the first two, however, before Ketura reached level 90 and could wear the handsome level 90 crafted sets. Perhaps I’ll come back to the third varation of this kit sometime later.
17) Fox Grove
Fox Grove/Jade Witch set with Bronze Blaster
After I initially collected this set with Kamalia (who didn’t keep it), I looked forward to collecting it for Ketura (to save) for a couple of reasons. First, I thought it would be perfect with this gun — it’s a quest reward from End Time, but its design looks very Pandaren to me. Second, I thought it would mix-and-match well with the Gilneas City Guard set.
16) Dressed to Kill I
Cured Orcascale Spaulders, Dark Iron Mail, Bonelink belt gloves & boots, Bloodmail Legguards*, White Tuxedo Shirt/Stylish Black Shirt, Ironfeather Longbow
Because a mail pastel-hued “Elegant Dress”-type outfit had a high probability of turning out exceedingly similar to my mail Darkmoon Faire outfit, I decided to make a black and white “Spring Tuxedo”-type outfit instead.
This outfit takes its name from the stylish apparel provided by Blingtron 4000.
15) Voodoo Hunter
Defiler’s Mail Pauldrons, Dragonkiller Tunic, Warmonger’s Belt, Shifting Camouflage Pants, Gauntlets of Sniping, Ravager’s Sandals, Voodoo Hunting Bow
When I went looking for items to use with the level 85 T11-recolor Dragonkiller Tunic, the teal tones of the agility versions of the level 70 Zul’Aman mail coordinated excellently. The copper tones of the belt and boots provide a nice burst of complementary color and also tie in the bindings of the bow.
14) Sin’dorei Sentinel
Ravager’s Mantle, Silvermoon Armor, Ornate Girdle, Electrostatic Legguards, Gauntlets of Divinity*, Radiant Boots, Skyfire Hawk-Bow
A post by Samaramon of “Sin’Draenei” outfits reminded me that I had a mail outfit planned using the same tunic and bow.
I recommend the Glimmering Mail gloves & boots for those who don’t have the Gauntlets of Divinity from old Scarlet Monastery.
13) Argent and Aurum
First Responder’s Pauldrons, Kadrak’s Breastplate, Myrmidon’s Girdle, Electrostatic Legguards, Mail Combat gauntlets & boots
An ideal outfit for any mail-wearer who wishes to declare his or her allegiance to the Argent Crusade.
12) Brigade Champion
Champion Herod’s Shoulder, Brigade breastplate belt & boots, Fort Livingston Legguards, Scarlet Gauntlets*
If you don’t have the Scarlet Gauntlets, use the Merciless gloves and boots.
11) La Tortuguera
Turtle Scale hat leggings & gloves, Bog Epaulets, Tortoise Armor, Unyielding Waistband, Moccasins of Verdurous Glooms, Cerulean Filigreed Doublet, Taut Driftwood Bow
All other items that match the Tortoise Armor style are leather. Prior to Cataclysm, there were a few leather items that also matched it in coloration. Thus, this chestpiece is unique among mail items and posed an interesting challenge for making a coordinating Transmogrification kit.
An Elemental or Resto Shaman should use one of the turtle shell shields with this set.
10) War Paint II
Ravager’s Mantle, War Paint chest belt gloves & boots, Turtle Scale leggings, Taut Driftwood Bow, Sawbones Shirt*
With its bold red and green colors, the War Paint set makes a wonderful Winter Veil outfit for a mail-wearing character. The War Paint belt and pants have identical graphics, so I prefer to use the Turtle Scale Leggings instead.
The Red or Green Workman’s Shirt would also work nicely in this outfit.
9) Darkmoon Sharpshooter
Bog Epaulets, Turtle Scale chestpiece & leggings, Netherstalker belt gloves & boots, Cloak of the Darkmoon Faire, Taut Driftwood Bow, Bright Yellow Shirt
The Green Dragonscale chestpiece and leggings would also work nicely in this set.
8) Blue Moon
Ironpatch Shoulderguards, Chestpiece of Returning Strength, Stormbringer Belt, Sea Legs, Swamp Gas Gauntlets, Misshapen Boots, Night Elven Bow
Some of the quest reward sets from the revamped level 1-60 content are really quite nice. The beautiful bow is another legacy of Kawneiha having spent her first 40-odd levels as a Worgen.
All of the armor items in this kit were converted into Plate in Patch 7.0. This kit can no longer be used by a Hunter or a Shaman
Stormscale set, Master Builder’s Shirt, Spare Gunship Cannon
A rather barbaric look. The helm is very similar in style to those worn by male Centaurs.
The crafted Stormscale set, which can be worn by level 85 characters, is identical to several quest rewards from the highest-level zones in Pandaria. I like some of the recolors better; whereas Kamalia has long since discarded or Transmogrified over this set, Ketura may actually keep some of the items from the other color schemes.
6) Dragon Quake
Helm of Affinity, Dragon-Quake Shoulderguards, Shamblehide Chestguard, Tracker’s Belt, Scale Leggings of the Skirmisher, Lord’s gloves & boots, Cloak of Beasts, Master Builder’s Shirt, Wolfslayer Sniper Rifle
Shhh, be vewy vewy quiet… I’m hunting dwagons!
5) Royal Blue
Helm of Affinity, Pauldrons of the Promise, Nexus-Stalker chest & leggings, Dreadhawk’s Girdle, Radiant gloves & boots, Vicious Fur Cloak, Blue Workman’s Shirt, Seliza’s Spear, Amber Messenger, Ramkahen Tabard
I assembled this outfit to wear with the Ramkahen Tabard, but it would be wonderful for an Alliance Hunter (particularly a Human), with or without the Stormwind or Knight’s tabards.
4) Gilneas City Guard
Totem-Caller Hood, Purifying Spaulders, Troggbane Chestguard, Lord’s Girdle (without tabard) or Dreadhawk’s Girdle (with tabard), Groundshort Leggings, Silencer’s Gauntlets, Rockslide Treads, Vicious Fur Cloak, Blue Workman’s Shirt, Ramkahen Tabard
Except for the belt, this set, obtained by questing in Deepholm/Vashj’ir, is identical to the uniforms of the Gilneas City Guards. Because of its dull blue & gold colors, I wore it with the Ramkahen Tabard until I finished assembling the Royal Blue set, but Human or Worgen Hunters should wear it with the Gilneas Tabard and cloak!
3) Ancient Lichen
Sparkleshell Mantle, Guerilla Breastplate, Gol’Bolar Miner’s Belt, Marsh Fire Legguards, Ancient gloves & boots, Darktide Cape, Crossbow of the Crown
Some of these items are Alliance-specific quest rewards — my secondary Hunter, Kawneiha, spent her first 42 levels as a Worgen.
2) War Paint I
Helm of Affinity, Drakesfire Epaulets, War Paint chestpiece, Scarlet Belt*, Bloodmail Legguards*, War Paint gloves & boots, Sawbones Shirt*
The Voidscale Belt is an adequate substitute for the Scarlet Belt, the Red Workman’s Shirt is an okay substitute for the Sawbones Shirt, and the Ebonhold Leggings could be used in place of the Bloodmail Legguards… but it wouldn’t be quite the same.
The Trailseeker set is the gear that a Hunter is shown wearing on the new character selection screen. It is obtained in-game from the Warlords Garrison Salvage Yard.