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Because I tend to spend Sunday afternoon and evening doing Transmogrification photo shoots, picture processing, and posting to character outfit pages, I might as well make a general post the same day of any outfits that aren’t part of some themed Transmogrification collection that I’m working on.

Marathal’s Everyday Shadow Priest

Hat of Wintry Doom, Shadow Council Tunic, Shadowy Belt*/Highborne Cord, Archmage Pants, Riding Gloves* + Fiona’s Armbands, Watched Watcher’s Slippers, Dawnweaver’s Dagger, Deep Core Lantern
The first reader contribution to the Sunday Mog Show! Marathal shared with me his current Mog, a deceptively innocuous outfit in the classic tradition of Cynwise’s “just folks” set (seen in the first picture of this post; I can’t seem to find the post I seem to remember Cynwise making specifically about that outfit at the time that he first began using it). Who would think this friendly fellow might be on the verge of Surrendering to Insanity? Thank you, Marathal!

False Hope

Cowl of Benevolence, Contender’s Satin Amice, Buccaneer’s Vest, Ruby-Linked Girdle, Heavy Woolen Pants, Zaetar’s Gloves, Gnomish Inventor Boots, Staff of Immaculate Recovery
I love the way the soft browns of the pants and shoulders create a gradient between the white of the cowl, blouse, and weapon and the darker boots in this serenely lovely outfit originally created by Zhau@Hellfire-EU for my “These Boots Were Made For Mogging” event three years ago.
A poor injured adventurer seeing someone dressed like this ride by might think their salvation had come and cry for help… but they would be sadly disappointed, because this is my Warlock, who hasn’t even bothered to keep up with her First Aid training.

Primary Colours II

Mirren’s Drinking Hat, Warpwood Leaf Mantle, Robe of the Dragon Slayer, Captain Sanders’ Sash, Exiled Dabbler’s Gloves, Infernoweave Boots, Scarlet Filigreed Shirt, Rod of the Blazing Light
This kit is an iteration of an outfit I first created for my Draenei Mage three or four years ago. I had set out to make a kit with these robes and was pleased by the bold color combination created by pairing them with these shoulders.

Frostwolf of Wor’Gol

Battlegear of the Frostwolves with Wolf Hunter’s Guise, Frostwolf tabard and Talon Guard Glaive
Relative to the Alterac Valley Frostwolves, are the Draenor Frostwolves the “old” Frostwolves or the “new” Frostwolves?
I like Yrel a lot, but Draka is my favorite.

If any of you, my dear readers, have kits that you’d like to share, I’d be happy to add you to the show! Just email me your picture(s), along with a list of the items in the outfit. I don’t regularly check my blog email, though, so if you’ve sent me an outfit, please make a comment on the most recent Sunday Mog Show post so that I know to check my blog email for your contribution.

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Because I tend to spend Sunday afternoon and evening doing Transmogrification photo shoots, picture processing, and posting to character outfit pages, I might as well make a general post the same day of any outfits that aren’t part of some themed Transmogrification collection that I’m working on.

Zandalar Champion

Polished Staghorn Helm, Shoulderwraps of the Witch Doctor (LFR), Garments of Serene Shores, Uvuros Hide Cinch, Kilt of Spiritual Reconstruction, Fingers of the Night (LFR), Blue Workman’s Shirt, Warmace of Shirvallah
The Hidden appearance for the Doomhammer is a drop from a world boss, and I wasn’t excited enough about it to actively try to get it. When I obtained it serendipitously, though, of course I needed to make a kit to go with it.
The devs mentioned in a Blizzcon interview that they like to find opportunities to use art assets that didn’t get used for the purpose they were originally designed for. This mace design seems like it must have originally been intended to be Throne of Thunder loot.

Exile from Eden

Hidden shoulder/Shoulders of the Roiling Inferno, Runesworn Chestguard, Dragonmaw Emergency Strap (LFR), Ceremonial Leather Loincloth, Ranger Gloves* + Pit Lord’s Cuffs, Griftah’s Authentic Troll Shoes, Blade of Argus
A couple of years ago, it occurred to me that the green LFR version of the Siege of Orgrimmar Druid belt looked remarkably like the proverbial fig leaf. At the time, I thought that perhaps I might one day level up my Feral Druid enough to wear that outfit idea. When I saw how different this Legion leveling zone leather chestpiece looked on my Demon Hunter versus on my Rogue, well, then, this just had to happen.
For comparison, this is what this outfit would look like on another leather-wearing class:

DeMeza’s Rival

Netherstorm Eyepatch, Burnt Leather Vest, Burning Blade Devotee’s Cinch, Bluegill Breeches*, Ranger Gloves* + Bracers of Determined Resolve, Griftah’s Authentic Troll Shoes, Revilgaz’s Cutlass
Oh, it is a lovely thing to be a Pirate Queen!

Bloody Dragonsworn

Temporal Pauldrons, Mightstone Breastplate, Sha-Trapper Waistguard, Sha’tari Keeper Legguards, Truesteel Gauntlets (2-655), Ramkahen Front Boots, Massacre Sword
The three special DK colors for Tauren are blue & white, green, and this plummy black. A rich maroon or even the bright pink that Night Elf DKs get would be a better color match for the Blood spec — wouldn’t a pink Tauren be a sight! — but this will have to do.

Kamaei’s Noble Heritage

Firewool Shoulderpads, Noblewoman’s Finery, Vestal’s Irrepressible Girdle, Kamaei’s Cerulean Skirt, Replica Virtuous Gloves + Bracers of the Black Dream
I was playing around with ideas for other outfits to make using this skirt, and this combination caught my fancy.

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.

Lion Heart

Truth Bearer Shoulderguards, Light-Touched Breastplate, Replica Lightforge Belt, Stone Guard Greaves, Replica Gauntlets of Heroism, Sapphiron’s Scale Boots, Replica Lion’s Fang, Replica Lion’s Heart
So I was thinking about how it was sad that I couldn’t use the Lion’s Fang and Lion’s Heart to make a kit with my Tauren Paladin, and my Dwarf Paladin tapped me on the shoulder and pointed out that I could make a kit for her with them.

If any of you, my dear readers, have kits that you’d like to share, I’d be happy to add you to the show! Just email me your picture(s), along with a list of the items in the outfit. I don’t regularly check my blog email, though, so if you’ve sent me an outfit, please make a comment on the most recent Sunday Mog Show post so that I know to check my blog email for your contribution.

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Today my Paladin finally got the Sunsoul chestpiece! It was the very last piece I needed to complete my collection of the Garrison Salvage Yard sets — otherwise known as the New Character Selection Screen sets.

My poor Paladin had been running as many Garrison missions as she possibly could, letting the Crates of Salvage stack up to 20 before she opened them, for weeks trying to get that last piece to appear. Within the past fortnight or so, I’ve also gotten the last pieces I was missing from the Highmaul/Blackrock Foundry Paladin and Mage tier-lookalike sets. I am so glad to finally be done with running Garrison missions!

With all of the Garrison Salvage Yard/New Character Selection Screen sets at last complete, I could finally do a blog sprucing-up project that I’ve been wanting to do more or less ever since the beginning of Warlords — replacing the text links to each “Things my [Class] Wears” page on my “Fashion” main page with image-link buttons depicting the New Character Selection Screen outfit of each Class:




Furthermore, I’ve been deliberately putting each character into her New Character Selection Screen outfit when she goes to collect her first Artifact weapon. I’d been wondering if my Paladin would have to be last to go to the Broken Isles — how long would she have to wait to be able to get her first Artifact weapon because of the stubbornness of Lady RNG in giving her the last piece of her New Character Selection Screen set? So now that she’s got the full set at last, I now feel like I can bring my remaining alts out to the Broken Isles in any order I please.

In fact, perhaps I’ll spend the rest of this evening moving them all out of their Garrisons and into the Legerdemain Lounge in New Dalaran (though doing all their Order Hall introduction and first Artifact acquisition quests will have to wait for other days and times)…

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Because I tend to spend Sunday afternoon and evening doing Transmogrification photo shoots, picture processing, and posting to character outfit pages, I might as well make a general post the same day of any outfits that aren’t part of some themed Transmogrification collection that I’m working on.

Tinker

Chief Architect’s Monocle, Wound-Cauterizing Spaulders, Elemental Raiment, Cord of the Slain Champion, Godfrey’s Britches, Troll Handler Gloves + Elastic Wristguards, Gnomish Inventor Boots, Peacekeeper Blade, Spring Gadget
I originally designed this kit to go with these boots for my “These Boots were Made for Mogging” event three years ago. I was definitely going for a “Gnomish inventor” look with the gear detail in the belt — which fortunately also has great colors to coordinate with the boots.
This outfit was my primary motivation for farming up the Peacekeeper Blade.

Kamaei’s Cerulean Skirt

Lightning Infused Mantle, Arachnidian Armor, Belt of Arcane Storms (N), Kamaei’s Cerulean Skirt, Replica Virtuous Gloves + Runed Spell-Cuffs, Captain Sanders’ Shirt
Kamaei’s Cerulean Skirt and the Lightning Infused Mantle are the only pieces of this lovely recolor of the classic Vanilla “Devout” set. I came up with the core concept for this outfit — combining this kilt & shoulders with this chestpiece — as a “Warlock Fashion Disaster” about four and a half years ago.
It is a delightful coincidence that this outfit coordinates so perfectly with the default appearance of Light’s Wrath!

Glacial Chill

Midrealm Hat, Rime-Rift Shoulders, Glacial Robe, Dreadwing Skin Belt, Sage’s gloves & boots, Apostle of Argus
After a Mage obtains Ebonchill, they are given a quest to speak with a spectre of a former member of the Council of Tirisfal in New Dalaran. Upon turning the quest in, they are told that there might be different spectres visible on different days. So Kaelinda decided to hang out in Frost spec for awhile and see how many memories of the Council of Tirisfal she could find.
Prior to Mists, the favored shoulders to wear with this outfit would have been the Pauldrons of Sufferance, Iceshear Mantle, or Ternary Mantle.

Shadow Reaper

Yalia’s Cowl, Earthripple Shoulderpads, Robe of the Shadow Council, Felcast Cord, Exiled Dabbler’s Gloves, Saltarello Shoes, Staff of the Left Hand Path
I would have loved to have used the Spooky Scythe — the model used for Allari the Souleater’s Scythe of Souls — for this kit, but, alas, it is a polearm.

Dread Admiral

Fleet Commander’s Hat, Dread-Rider Shoulders, Nobleman’s Coat & Pantaloons, Burning Blade Devotee’s Cinch, Bandit Gloves, Rapscallion Boots
This rather formal outfit will be just the first of many pirate-themed kits inspired by the Outlaw Rogue Artifact weapon, the Dreadblades Fate & Fortune.
Although the outfit looks nice without shoulders, it somehow didn’t feel quite right for an Admiral to not have epaulets.

Frostwolf Envoy

Ghostwalker Pads & Gloves, any sleeveless chestpiece, Moonrage Girdle, T’chali’s Kilt, Frostwolf Battle Tabard, Talon Guard Glaive
This kit mimics the appearance of the Frostwolf Envoy NPCs who used to appear in capital cities when the bonus battleground of the week was Alterac Valley.

Lorewalker

Bonechewer shoulders gloves & boots, Silvermoon Tunic, Red Belt of Gentle Persuasion, X-52 Pilot’s Leggings, Lorewalkers Tabard, Staff of the Hidden Master
This kit is modeled after an outfit that I saw Kirina wearing during Mists. She was using the Burning Blade Devotee’s Cinch instead of the Monk class quest belt, of course.

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.

Glowing Righteousness (aka Syrco’s “Cyprus” Set)

Helm of Burning Rightousness, Spaulders of the Thalassian Savior, Glowing Breastplate of Truth, Girdle of the Endless Pit, Imperial Plate Leggings, Sunscale Gauntlets + Emerald Vambraces, Sunscale Sabatons, Sha’tari Anchorite’s Cloak, Tuxedo Shirt, Light’s Justice, Crystal Pulse Shield
Syrco created this outfit in October 2014 for Dragonray’s “Mog the World” contest. It was so utterly brilliant that I almost immediately began collecting the items to eventually wear it in-game with my Paladin.

Unholy Dragonsworn

Pauldrons of the Dragonblight, Sunveil Breastplate, Truesteel Waistguard (1-640), Legguards of Stratholme, Refitted Bruiser Gauntlets, Raceway Boots, Manslayer of the Qiraji
I have wanted to make the Underpowered Death Knight a set of kits matching the three colors of these Hour of Twilight dungeon shoulders to the three special Death Knight colors for Tauren — which also conveniently match the three Death Knight specializations — pretty much ever since the Dragon Soul patch came out.

Smoke, Blood, and Bone

Invidious Casque, Shoulderguards of Honest Labor, Breastplate of Vaulted Skies, Cliffbreaker Girdle & Gauntlets, Legplates of the Wandering Warrior, Demonbreaker Crushers, Drape of Iron Sutures, Shortblade of the Uncrowned
I couldn’t think of any outfits in my back-catalog of Transmogrification ideas that I’d been specifically wanting to make for Kregga, so I just picked out a chestpiece that I’d been wanting to use and went from there.
I discovered that by picking them up here and there when they were cheap on the AH, I’d acquired all of the pieces except the boots of the Mists world-drop BoE blues set that the shoulders and pants come from, but I decided to stick with the chestpiece I’d originally started with.

Keija just changed her hat and called that good.

If any of you, my dear readers, have kits that you’d like to share, I’d be happy to add you to the show! Just email me your picture(s), along with a list of the items in the outfit. I don’t regularly check my blog email, though, so if you’ve sent me an outfit, please make a comment on the most recent Sunday Mog Show post so that I know to check my blog email for your contribution.

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Because I tend to spend Sunday afternoon and evening doing Transmogrification photo shoots, picture processing, and posting to character outfit pages, I might as well make a general post the same day of any outfits that aren’t part of some themed Transmogrification collection that I’m working on.

Steampunk Demon Hunter

Fel-Proof Goggles, Powderburned Spaulders, Unrendable Wolfhide Robes, Conductor’s Multi-Pocket Girdle, Mennu’s Scaled Leggings, Ranger Gloves* + Pit Lord’s Cuffs, Boots of Captain Ellis, Peacekeeper Blade
This outfit concept is one of the reasons why I farmed up the Peacekeeper Blade — once I’d had the idea, it had to be done.
As I was looking through my collection for some suitable gloves for this kit, I decided to look at hand-gloves and bracers. I hadn’t taken a close look at these bracers from the DH starting zone before, so I was delighted to discover how nicely they work with Demon Hunter tattoos.

Tidal Turbines

Ley Dragoon’s set with Neckbreaker Shoulderguards and Earthgrasp Girdle
I liked the way these Highmaul/Blackrock Foundry Shaman tier lookalike items coordinated with this Broken Isles set.

It’s funny — Halloween is one of my least favorite holidays in the real world, but I love dressing my characters up for Hallow’s End in-game.

Demonic Laughter

The Horseman’s Horrific Hood, Pauldrons of Violent Eruption (LFR), Warrior’s Embrace, Refreshing Abalone Girdle (LFR), Direwing Legguards, Gauntlets of Steadfast Determination, Boots of Boundless Patience, Marshwater Mantle, Lava Spine (N), Maimgor’s Bite
Kregga is happy that now she can leave her Garrison permanently decorated with glowing carved pumpkins!
This kit is a variation of the “Fel Desecration” kit that I originally created for my Paladin for my “Fel Camouflage” collection. I couldn’t decide whether I liked the sword or the axe better, so I used them both! I eventually plan to make a kit that uses double Lava Spines and another that uses double Maimgor’s Bites with my Demon Hunter, though.

Fel Reaver

Fel Iron Plate set with The Horseman’s Horrific Hood/Demonbreaker Helm, Pauldrons of the Wardancer, Grey Woolen Shirt, and Greataxe of Trials
I would run, too, if this was stomping my way.

Evil Pumpkin King III

The Horseman’s Horrific Hood, Uncrushable Shoulderplates, Embossed Plate Armor, Crimson Girdle of the Indomitable, Greaves of Orsis, Grips of the Raging Giant (N), Crazed Bomber’s Greaves, Cloak of Raining Blades (LFR), Fel Barbed Spear
Although the blue and white coloration is the primary reason for the Underpowered Death Knight’s existence, it’s fun to make outfits that play with the green coloration, too.

Evil Pumpkin King IV

The Horseman’s Horrific Hood, Acid-Etched Pauldrons, Carapace of the Fallen, Truesteel Waistguard (1-640), Purifier’s Pantaloons, Gauntlets of Steadfast Determination, Boots of Avoidance, Teebu’s Blazing Longsword, Drillborer Disk
Initially, Karaelia wasn’t quite sure if she wanted to join the rest of my plate-wearing characters in the Horseman’s Helm dress-up game. The outfit she was already wearing had quite a bit of green in it, though, and once she started tinkering with it, she got into the spirit.

Pumpkin Slicer

Jewel of the Firelord, Forest Wind Shoulderpads, Pridelord Armor, Imposing Belt, Warchief Kilt*, Pirate Sinker’s Gloves + Bracer of Portals, Malik’s Stalwart Spear
Hallow’s End is a perfect occasion to put to use those bright orange amber-bladed weapons from the Klaxxi.

Pumpkin Carver

Bonechewer Skincloak, Relentless Gladiator’s Leather Spaulders, Hardened Tongue Tunic, Ruffian Belt, Scouting Trousers, Bandit Gloves, Rapscallion Boots, Blade of the Prime, Electrowing Dagger (N)
Many of the Wrath PvP shoulder designs are quite nice. Fortunately for the PvP-averse, such as myself, the various currency redesigns that have occurred in the patches and expansions since then have resulted in those items now being available for gold.
Although the Combat Rogue Artifact weapon is a pair of swords, Kelisanna has not yet been to the Broken Isles, and her best weapon is still a dagger. I’ve put her dagger in her off-hand for this kit, though, because the Blade of the Prime is such a big honking Final Fantasy-esque weapon that having it in her off hand, with the smaller dagger in her main hand, seemed terribly improperly balanced.

The rest of these outfits are iterations upon some Hallow’s End kits that I originally designed about four years ago. Hurrah for the account-wide Appearances feature; it’s what’s allowing me to finally catch up on actually using these mog ideas in-game!

Classic Wicked Witch

Wicked Witch’s Hat, Regal Mantle, Black Mageweave Robe, Nesingwary’s Sash, Exiled Dabbler’s Gloves, Footfalls of Memories, Crystalfire Staff
I can’t claim any sort of originality or creativity for this kit because it’s what the NPC witches are all wearing. This outfit will never be out of style for Hallow’s End.
Once I’d put the outfit together, then I had go do the Eastern Kingdoms & Kalimdor candy bucket tour to get a broom for the screenshots. I say this every year — I really wish the devs would just make the Magic Broom a permanent mount that can only be summoned during Hallow’s End. It would have to be easier to obtain than the Headless Horseman’s horse, though…

Fancy Wicked Witch

Hat of the Youngest Sister, Hatefury Mantle, Imbued Netherweave Tunic, Vicious Fireweave Belt, Leggings of the Icy Heart, Handguards of Defiled Worlds, Saltarello Shoes, Cloak of Concentrated Hatred, The Horseman’s Sinister Slicer, Ephial’s Grimoire
Black, orange, green, and purple — this kit has all the Halloween colors in it!
It seems like an oversight that the cosmetic hats that drop from the “Under the Crooked Tree” Hallow’s End boss in the Broken Isles are not transmogrifiable, nor added to the Appearances collection. According to the comments on Wowhead, apparently it’s not, more’s the pity. I’m going to wear that hat with this outfit anyway, despite the loss of stats that doing so incurs.

Bonfire Watcher

Circle of Flame, Balespider’s Mantle (N), Watcher’s Tunic, Clutch of Andros*, Legwraps of the Master Conjuror, Exiled Dabbler’s Gloves, Landfall Silk Treads, Crystalfire Spellstaff (3-660)
The colors of this tunic, which has the same style as the top half of the Venomshroud Silk Robes, are just perfect for a Hallow’s End outfit!
There is no lookalike item for these Warlock tier shoulders, but this outfit would also look great with the shoulder slot hidden. The Black Belt of Knowledge is a good belt alternative. These boots are from the Horde version of the first part of the Jade Forest questline; the equivalent item from the Alliance version is purple & blue. If you’ve done the Jade Forest with both Horde and Alliance characters, though, you’ll have access to both versions of the boots in your Appearance collection! Otherwise, try the plain, dark Saltarello Shoes.

Hallows Chamberlain

Duskhallow Mantle, Consortium Combatant’s Robes, Black Belt of Knowledge, Silver-Thread Gloves, Starrgo’s Walking Stick
It’s really only the orange and black color combination that makes this outfit sort of Hallow’s End-ish. This robe style also comes in red, green, blue, and purple (I wish that it came in yellow and pink, too!), and these accessories (except the staff) would look just as good with any of the other colors.

Bad Juju

Big Voodoo Mask, Ravenwing Pauldrons, Flamestrider Robes, Felshroud Belt, Ironpelt Leggings, Botanist’s Gloves of Growth, Orange Martial Shirt, Kyparitic Staff
This kit is also Hallow’s End-ish mostly by virtue of its orange-black-and-green color scheme. A partially similar outfit could be made in cloth with the Silksand Wraps and Bad Mojo Mask.

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.

Everybody got new clothes this time! Which means that next time, probably everyone except Kam and Kira will get new clothes, because I’ll want to change them out of their holiday costumes😛

If any of you, my dear readers, have kits that you’d like to share, I’d be happy to add you to the show! Just email me your picture(s), along with a list of the items in the outfit. I don’t regularly check my blog email, though, so if you’ve sent me an outfit, please make a comment on the most recent Sunday Mog Show post so that I know to check my blog email for your contribution.

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Because I tend to spend Sunday afternoon and evening doing Transmogrification photo shoots, picture processing, and posting to character outfit pages, I might as well make a general post the same day of any outfits that aren’t part of some themed Transmogrification collection that I’m working on.

Sunstrider’s Knowledge

Crown of Endless Knowledge, Shoulderpads of Knowledge’s Pursuit, Scarlet Sin’dorei Robes, Black Belt of Knowledge, Exiled Dabbler’s Gloves, (any black boots), Felo’melorn, Talisman of the Sun King
I’m sure I will make a variety of fire-themed kits to go with Felo’melorn as Legion progresses, but it seemed appropriate to have the first kit I made to wear with it be Sunstrider-themed.

China Plate

Imbued Plate Pauldrons, Icebane Chestguard & Treads, Acherus Knight’s Girdle, Cobalt Legguards*, Warsong Gauntlets*, Rage-Possessed Greatsword
I’m rather fond of a monochromatic blue color scheme. The idea for this kit began years ago as a couple of RP-only outfits that combined items from the mail Outrunner’s and Sundered sets.

I was inspired to revisit the concept when I discovered that I had in my Appearances collection these mail-converted-to-plate gloves and pants (no longer available, alas) in the Outrunner’s style.

If any of you, my dear readers, have kits that you’d like to share, I’d be happy to add you to the show! Just email me your picture(s), along with a list of the items in the outfit. I don’t regularly check my blog email, though, so if you’ve sent me an outfit, please make a comment on the most recent Sunday Mog Show post so that I know to check my blog email for your contribution.

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Because I tend to spend Sunday afternoon and evening doing Transmogrification photo shoots, picture processing, and posting to character outfit pages, I might as well make a general post the same day of any outfits that aren’t part of some themed Transmogrification collection that I’m working on.

Shattered Stars

Spaulders of the Scorned, Iceguard Breastplate & Leggings, Truesteel Waistguard & Boots (3-670), Flash Freeze Gauntlets, Starshatter (LFR)
When I first began collecting the materials to craft the Iceguard items, I was thinking of using them in a kit for my Warrior to wear with Starshatter. Then I decided that the Underpowered Death Knight needed them more — but I was kind of sad that I wouldn’t be able to make the kit with Starshatter for my Warrior. Now, the account-wide Appearances collection allows me to put together the sword owned by my Warrior, the chestpiece and leggings owned by the Underpowered Death Knight, and these shoulders and gloves owned by my Paladin into a look that is even better than what I originally imagined!

Sea Snake

Sea Stalker set with Snake shoulders & chest
It took Kamalia a couple of weeks to pick up all of the pieces of the World Quest set. Fortunately, the Snake set from Pandaria coordinates nicely. When I did finally have all the pieces of the World Quest set, I decided that I didn’t really like the appearance of the set shoulders, so I kept using the appearance of the Snake shoulders.

If any of you, my dear readers, have kits that you’d like to share, I’d be happy to add you to the show! Just email me your picture(s), along with a list of the items in the outfit. I don’t regularly check my blog email, though, so if you’ve sent me an outfit, please make a comment on the most recent Sunday Mog Show post so that I know to check my blog email for your contribution.

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