A collection of Transmogrification Kits actually worn in-game by my Tauren Shamans. Outfits are listed from most recent to least recent. Items that are no longer obtainable are marked with an asterisk (*).
68) Highmountain Spirit-Guardian
Farseer’s Harness & Gauntlets, Chain of the Demon Hunter, Infection Resistant Legguards, Geomancer’s Mace, Twilight Mirrorshield, Highmountain War Harness, Tabard of the Highmountain Tribe
For the final outfit in my set of kits themed around the Highmountain war harnesses, I wanted to try to mimic the Highmountain Spiritwalkers. Alas, this idea immediately ran into trouble — the NPCs are wearing a leather helmet, the axe model the NPCs use is not available to players, and shields cannot be Transmogrified into off-hand frill items such as the Steamscar Vessel carried by the NPCs. The weapons I chose instead are those carried by the Highmountain Protectors. The NPC leggings are a kilt version of the Farseer’s leggings; I felt like this T6 recolor item was the best approximation — and it looks great with the tabard!
67) Bloodtotem Thumper
Felstalker Breastplate, Cinch of the World Shaman, Legguards of Contemplation, Prankster’s Fingers, Excelsior Footwear, Bonechill Hammer*
The remaining Bloodtotem who have not gone over to the Feltotem seem to be wearing mostly leather or plate. The Trappers’ pants are mail, though, so I could kinda-sorta make an outfit like theirs.
The weapon wielded by the Bloodtotem Warmongers is the Bonechill Hammer, which dropped in Old Scholomance. The Stegodon Tusk Mace from Un’Goro Crater is the next-closest appearance.
69) Night Seer
Hateful Gladiator’s Linked Spaulders, Darkmoon Breastplate, Netherfury Belt, Bloodmail Legguards*, Ebonhold Gauntlets & Boots, Purple Martial Shirt, Element-Infused Knuckles, Shadowbark’s Shin, Nightfallen Tabard
Because I have them, the Bloodmail Legguards were of course my first choice for pants for this kit. If I didn’t have them, I think I’d probably use either the Ebonhold pants or the Netherfury pants.
I had originally thought I might use one of the Nightborne-styled cloaks with this kit, until I noticed that the front and back of this tabard have different designs!
This fist weapon and shield are from the Shadowmoon Valley design suite for Warlords, but I think they suit the aesthetics of Suramar quite nicely, too.
67) Raiment of the Farseer
Raiment of the Farseer with Blue Workman’s Shirt, Theldurin’s Fist, and Shield of the Barrens
Kamalia managed to earn her entire Order Hall set. Even though I don’t much like the set as a whole (though the pants, gloves, and boots have some mix-and-match potential), I figured I ought to wear it, just for a little bit, because I might not manage to get the entire Order Hall set with any of my other characters.
In fact, I think this set as a whole is so ugly that I could only stand wearing it for about a day and a half before I changed to the next outfit.
66) Skyhorn Stormtamer
Headdress of Sharpened Vision, Whitewater Amice, Vest of Living Lightning, Brightscale Waistguard, Expedition Forager Leggings, Battlebound gloves & boots
A kit to wear with the Skyhorn War Harness. I like the leather Druid T6 eagle hat better than the mail Zul’Aman eagle hat, but only NPCs can get away with wearing mixed armor types.
65) Under the High Mountain
Legion Dungeon Mail (blue version) with Kodo Mallet and Extinct Turtle Shell
I finally collected all of the pieces of this drogbar-styled Legion dungeon set. It wanted some primitive-looking weapons to go with it.
The design of the chestpiece is reminiscent of the Jade Witch and Troggbane chestpieces, with elements of the Shaman T13 chestpiece.
64) Rivermane Shaman
Mountain Throne Coif (N), Burning Sky Pauldrons (N), Sanctified Frost Witch’s Tunic, Tol’Vir Hereditary Girdle, Lightning-Infused Leggings, Grips of Fierce Pronouncements, Furbolg Medicine Totem, Loa-Binder Disc, Rivermane War Harness
For some reason, I think this furry parka-like version of the folded hood helm doesn’t look quite as silly as the original Warlords version of the style. Maybe that’s because I’m rather fond of Jale Rivermane, who inspired this outfit.
Pherian gave me the idea to use the Rivermane War Harness as the perfect finishing touch for this outfit concept — thank you!
63) 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.
62) 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.
61) 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.
60) Runed Stonehide
Quest reward mail armor from the Broken Isles.
The light brown Seaspray coloration of this set is obtained in Azsuna.
The dark brown Thornbrace coloration of this set is obtained in Val’sharah.
The light blue Whitewater coloration of this set is obtained in Highmountain.
The warm grey Stormborn coloration of this set is obtained in Stormheim.
I think the style is quite handsome, and I like how the four different colors coordinate well enough that replacing a piece from one zone with an upgrade from the next zone doesn’t make the overall effect look horrid.
59) Kirin Tor Element-Bender
Glimmering Mail Pauldrons, Skettis chestpiece belt & leggings, Battlecaller Gauntlets, Sparkleshell Sabatons, Cloak of Seething Hatred, Kirin Tor Tabard, Cudgel of Furious Justice, Protective Barricade of the Light
So after I made that purple & gold kit using Warlords raid items, trying not to just make a kit using the older Skettis/Netherstorm (lilac) and/or Burnished (golden) style of mail armor, I realized that actually, I did just want to do that, after all. Khadgar’s summons to attend him at Dalaran-above-Karazhan provided a perfect excuse to make just such a kit: when she went to Dalaran, Kamalia wished to express her previous affiliation with and allegiance to the Kirin Tor.
58) Gorian Legacy
Blast-Proof Cowl, Snake Spaulders, Moss-Woven Mailshirt, Earthgrasp Girdle, Leggings of Broken Magic, Crimsonscale Gauntlets & Greaves, Cloak of Seething Hatred, Cudgel of Furious Justice, Aldori Legacy Defender
Kamalia and Ketura’s Followers had brought back an assortment of purple and gold mail items from Highmaul and Blackrock Foundry. It was obvious that this chestpiece and leggings went together, but somehow I didn’t quite realize that this belt and hat were part of the set, nor that I’d managed to collect the entire set, until I was looking up the items to write this outfit description.
Helm of Affinity, Ornate Pauldrons/Wayfaring Shoulderguards (2-655), Outrunner’s Chestguard Gloves & Slippers, Scarlet Belt*, Tranquillien Scale Leggings/Wayfaring Leggings (2-655), Ironhide Bracers, Wildfire Windcloak, Shocking Claws
I collected a heap of red and blue mail items, hoping to get something usable out of the mess. When I added in these silver-white items, I got just the right balance of the three colors for a superhero-worthy knockout combo.
These pants were converted into Plate in Patch 7.0. Finding a suitable substitute might take some trial-and-error.
56) Traveling Sky-Knight
Fallen Snow Shoulderguards, Chestguard of Inscrutability, Doc’s Belt, Traveling Leggings, Sky-Knight Handguards, Element-Binder Boots, Steelforged Hammer (1-630)
I wanted the blue frill on the leggings to be the most eyecatching feature of this kit, so I chose subdued blues for the other pieces, rather than bold blues.
Sometimes I wish there was something like the Orb of the Sin’dorei for every race, so that I could, for example, show off this kit on a Dwarf model in situ (rather than in Mogit).
Only chestpiece, leggings, and helm pieces exist for this coloration of the Draenor-crafted armor. The primary use of the patterns for these items, which are not upgradable, is leveling the crafting skill itself.
55) Traveling Geogladiator
Savage Gladiator’s Linked Spaulders, Traveling Tunic, Belt of the Gladiator, “Super Sterilized” Blastguard Leggings, Beastminder Chain Gloves, Boots of the Pathfinder, Crystalline Geoknife
Something about the subtle greenish tone of the central belly panel on this chestpiece suggested pairing it with this likewise subtly green-toned fist weapon.
Only chestpiece, leggings, and helm pieces exist for this coloration of the Draenor-crafted armor. The primary use of the patterns for these items, which are not upgradable, is leveling the crafting skill itself.
Ordon Legend-Keeper Spaulders & Greaves, Chestguard of Redemption, Tol’vir Hereditary Girdle, Wayfaring Leggings (1-640), Edgemaster’s Handguards, Steelforged Axe (3-660)
I had really been wondering how I might ever use this low-level chestpiece in a decent-looking Transmogrification kit. These pants were the answer!
Savage Blood required: 30
53) Pink Sapphire
Rhinestone Sunglasses, Ornate Pauldrons, Icemail Jerkin, Earthfury Belt, Tranquillien Scale Leggings, Netherstalker Gloves, Netherstorm Greaves, Mutineer’s Cloak, Felstone Reaver, Silvermoon Crescent Axe
Sometime during the first half of 2015, I found a pair of Rhinestone Sunglasses on the AH for the surprisingly reasonable price of 500 gold. I’d intended just to have my Banker wear them, but it quickly occurred to me that they’d coordinate perfectly with the outfit I’d designed to wear with the Netherstorm Greaves for my “These Boots Were Made For Mogging” event a couple of years ago. This kit is a variation on that initial design.
We all know that the Exodar is a disco (right?), but Shu’halo are not exactly welcome there, so I boogied down in the Shattrath Residential District instead.
These pants were converted into Plate in Patch 7.0. Finding a suitable substitute might take some trial-and-error.
52) Sea Wolf
Fleet Commander’s Hat, Pauldrons of Wild Magic, Wayfaring Tunic & Belt (1-640), Kiraser’s Gloves of Precision + Oran’s Cuffs of Malice, Patroller’s War-Kilt, Knight’s War Hammer, Sharptusk Shield
This fancier version of the Shipyard hat is rewarded for completing any three of the rare Shipyard missions. This kit is less nautical in flavor, choosing instead to play off of the red color. I hadn’t planned to make the Wayfaring tunic at all until I was building this set and realized how nicely it would fit with the rest of the items. As an added bonus of how nicely this kit came together, it will look great with Jina-Kang, Kindness of Chi-Ji, if and when I ever get around to going Timewalking!
Savage Blood required: 0
51) Captain’s Ringmail
Captain’s Hat, Crusader’s Pauldrons, Felstalker Breastplate, Veteran’s Ringmail Girdle, Wasteland Ringmail Leggings, Talhide Lined-Gloves, Railwalker’s Ratcheted Boots, Steelforged Dagger (1-630), Sharptusk Shield
Alas, the most perfect shield to go with this hat is an Alliance-specific quest reward!
And while I am willing to do there-and-back-again faction-switching shenanigans with my other characters, I won’t do that with Kamalia. sigh…
I guess I’ll just have to make do with this Draenor shield, which looks vaguely nautical — kinda-sorta like a broken porthole cover.
Savage Blood required: 0
50) Scorched Earth
Pauldrons of the Deafening Gale, Warsong Wraps, Netherstrike Belt, Valorous Earthshatter Legguards (T7), Grips of Nature’s Wrath, Thunder Bluff Doublet, Gutgore Ripper, Viryx’s Indomitable Bulwark (H)
This High Arakkoa shield design is pretty cool, but I don’t know if I’ll keep it beyond the end of this expansion. So I figured I’d better make a kit with it for running around in Tanaan. The dagger was an obvious match, but Kamalia didn’t really have much else that was orange in her wardrobe. Poking around in MogIt, I found this combination of chestpiece and kilt, which is so nice that I feel like I’ve seen it somewhere else before… but where or when, I can’t recall. I had this kilt during Wrath, but I sold it at the end of the expansion to free up some bag space, so I had to re-collect it.
49) Moonwillow Warden
Stormsteppe Pauldrons, Undying Chestguard, Wildwood Wrangler Belt, Shadow-Binder’s Kilt/Lightning-Infused Leggings, Rusted-Link Spiked Gauntlets, Brilliant Burnished Cloak/Purifier’s Silken Cape, Thunder Bluff Doublet, Icebound Frost-Singer Axe/Spell Axe of the Speaker, Frostwolf Spiritguard Shield
This Shadowmoon Valley Draenei shield design is so pretty that I collected all four colors of it. Although this particular color turned out to be the easiest to work with given Kam’s general preferred color scheme, I’d like to try to make kits to go with the other colors, too. The first version of this set is for Kam’s Elemental spec; the other is for her Resto spec. The shoulders and shield overlap between the two sets. That’s okay, though, because I hadn’t been able to decide which version of the Transmogrification kit I liked better!
48) Molten Destruction
Crown of Destruction, Erupting Volcanic Mantle & Handwraps, Sha’tari Deadeye Vest, Stormleather Sash, Molten Earth Kilt, War Mace of Unrequited Love, Streamtalker Shield
With the WoW’s Tenth Anniversary event about to expire, I finally got around to doing 40-player Molten Core LFR. I got lucky with a group that managed to get through with a minimum of hassle and annoyance.
Naturally, that firey new hat also meant I needed a firey new Transmogrification kit to go with it — my first proper mix-and-match kit of the new expansion.
If Baron Geddon had been kind enough to drop the Earthfury Epaulets on my way in for my mog kit photoshoot with Ragnaros 1.0, I’d have swapped out the T12 shoulders for the T1s. Alas, he didn’t, and I doubt that I’ll bother to continue farming for them.
Crystal-Leaf set with Xing-Ho, Breath of Yu’lon, Skrikka’s Mandible and Spiritsage’s Shield
This armor is obtained primarily from Warlords dungeons (and Garrison missions), where the pieces come with a variety of names. The “Crystal-Leaf” name refers specifically to the versions of these items that can be purchased & upgraded with Apexis Crystals.
I didn’t replace my Mists Legendary cloaks until about the time that I’d run enough level 100 Heroic dungeons to get the second stage of the Warlords Legendary ring.
46) Shado-Pan Serpent Rider
Replica Shado-Pan Helmet, Ordon Legend-Keeper Spaulders & Greaves, Tunic of Masked Suffering, Ebonhold Girdle, Bloodmail Legguards*, Grotesque Handgrips, Big Black Mace, Bloodforged Guard, Sawbones Shirt*
Mini-Kam has been working (when I feel like it) on collecting Skyshards, but she still has a few yet to find before she can tame Milau’s momma.
The shirt just fills in the midriff and elbows; the red in the shoulders and underarms is in fact part of the chestpiece.
45) Suncrown Cricket
Bog Pauldrons, Suncrown Hauberk, Myrmidon’s Girdle, Cenarion Reservist’s Legguards*/Green Iron Leggings, Green Iron Gauntlets, Tsunami Boots, Light’s Justice, Purehearted Cricket Cage, Xing-Ho, Breath of Yu’lon
One of my goals during Mists of Pandaria was to heal in LFR with a character of every healing class. I achieved that goal, with a healer of each class who completed at least Terrace of Endless Spring from T14, all of Throne of Thunder, and Siege of Orgrimmar through the Sha of Pride. The very charming Purehearted Cricket Cage drops from the second boss in the Vale of Eternal Sorrows opening wing of the Siege of Orgrimmar.
So, yeah, I decided to get the Legendary Cloak for Kamalia’s DPS spec. Hopefully, it’ll make at least the first few levels of 90 to 100 a little easier, considering that I don’t (and won’t) have a Garrosh Heirloom weapon.
This chestpiece was converted into Plate in Patch 7.0. The Green Iron chestpiece would be a suitable substitute.
44) Spiritwalker’s Grace
Pauldrons of the Deafening Gale, Spiritwalker’s Tunic & Handwraps, Marauder’s Belt, Giorgio’s Caduceus of Pure Moods
I had meant to make an outfit combining elements of the T10, T13, and T16 Shaman sets, but it didn’t come together in quite the way that I’d thought it would, so I made this instead. The T13 items look more like leather than like mail, so in combination with the feathered staff, the whole outfit has a fun sort of double-take is that a Druid or is that a Shaman? appearance.
43) Thunder King, Lightning QUEEN
Skyshatter Shoulderpads, An’telas Scale Shirt, Doc’s Belt, Tranquillien Scale Leggings, Edgemaster’s Handguards, Tsunami Boots, Wu-Lai, Bladed Fan of the Consorts (LFR)
Insisting that she must have this supremely elegant fist weapon, mini-Kam butted into the LFR queue, signing up in Resto spec but with her loot spec set to Enhancement, before either Kerisa or Koralyra managed to get herself ready. Fortunately, she won both copies of the Bladed Fan on the same trip to Pinnacle of Storms — one from the regular loot roll, and one from the bonus roll.
The chestpiece and pants for this kit were converted into Plate in Patch 7.0. Finding suitable substitutes might take some trial-and-error.
42) Dancing With Fire
Jewel of the Firelord, Rocket-Chief Pauldrons, Engraved set, Cloak of Cheerful Flowers, Cerulean Filigreed Shirt, Carapace Breaker
I originally designed this set to go with the Crown of Destruction from Ragnaros 1.0 or the Crown of Flame from Ragnaros 2.0, but it works just as well with his Jewel.
41) Harmony of the Titans
Headcover of the Speaker, Shoulderguards of Dark Meditations (LFR), Impenetrable Breastplate, Nerubian Belt, Earthmover Kilt, Ordon Legend-Keeper Gauntlets, The Emperor’s New Cape, Suen-Wo, Spire of the Falling Sun
This outfit started off with inspiration from this dulled-silver set by Rithe of Tichondrius, though it quickly diverged given the pieces I had readily available.
As long as Kamalia’s Resto set uses the Legendary cloak, her Elemental set will have to have a cloak also. Taking a cue from the clever contestants in Mog the World, she acquired the invisible Emperor’s New Cloak.
I chose these gloves based on their looks from the outside. I didn’t notice that the red inside bindings coordinated so nicely with the red in the staff until I took the screenshots!
40) Warcaster’s Scaled Links
Willow Spaulders, Oversized Ogre Hauberk, Lord’s Girdle, Warcaster’s Scaled Leggings, Sha’tari Marksman’s Gloves, Venn’ren’s Boots, Chagan’s Cheery Chopper
One of the more complete sets of Outland quest rewards. I have previously used two other colorations of these pants — bronze and purple — in outfits for mini-Kam.
39) Tiller with Shovel and Torch
Straw Hat, Pauldrons of the Deafening Gale, Kargal’s Breastplate, Marauder’s Belt, Togrik’s Legguards, Talhide Lined-Gloves & Boots, Wikket Wrap, Yellow Lumberjack Shirt, Shovel of Mercy, Grayson’s Torch
As it happened, it was more convenient for Kamalia to collect the low-level quest rewards than to watch for the identical Veteran’s armor to appear on the AH.
Fortunately, the Pauldrons of the Deafening Gale dropped for me on my first Trial of the Champions run. The first boss encounter is incredibly, exceedingly obnoxious to solo because the NPCs get to chain stunlock with no diminishing returns.
When I “Do the Right Thing” to get the shovel, I always rescue the humans and wish I could save the whole field of them. Poor things, they will need a lifetime of therapy to overcome the PTSD from that horrific experience.
Prior to Cataclysm, Captain Grayson offered his quests to Horde as well as Alliance, and I ran multiple characters up the coast from Grom’gol to his lighthouse in Westfall to get the torch. Nowadays, alas, though he remains neutral, Captain Grayson only offers his quests to Alliance characters. Horde characters should watch the AH for the Mistyreed Torch.
38) Falling Petals
Seaspeaker Mantle, Wrathfin chestpiece & pants, Brigade belt gloves & boots, Snowfall Shawl, Felstone Reaver
Although Kamalia Prime hasn’t managed to come up with any outfits to wear the lovely Snowfall Shawl with, I knew right away that mini-Kam would need to get it so that she could wear it with her “Scarlet Wrath” set when Love is in the Air came around again. This outfit is just that earlier set updated with the cloak and new weapons — but they make such a difference that I’ve chosen to post the new version by itself rather than simply adding new pictures to the previous listing.
37) Hope’s Bright Flame
Helm of Affinity, Champion’s Pauldrons, Impenetrable Breastplate, Bloodspattered Sash, Patroller’s War-Kilt, Seer’s Linked Gauntlets, War Mace of Unrequited Love, Norushen’s Enigmatic Barrier (LFR), Jina-Kang, Kindness of Chi-Ji
The name of this outfit is inspired by the proc effect of the healing Legendary Cloak, which reminds me of a lyric from one of my favorite hymns, Press Forward, Saints.
36) Celestial Harmony
Headcover of the Speaker, Shoulderguards of Dark Meditations, Tunic of Celestial Harmony (T16-LFR), Belt of the Iron Prison, Frost Witch’s Handguards (T10-10s)
Although I hadn’t yet acquired the T16 gloves, I wanted to wear the T16 items I had already obtained. Fortunately, the T10 gloves coordinate very nicely. The T10-N sets also coordinate well with the T13-LFR set, so at some point in the future I’d like to try to make an outfit using items from all three of the T10, T13, and T16 sets.
35) Frost Storm
Helmet of Ten Storms, Cyclone Shoulderpads (T4), Formidable chestpiece & leggings, Sundered belt gloves & boots, Carapace Breaker, Zom’s Crackling Bulwark
After I made the deliberately clashing “Ow Mon, Me Eyes!” set, I wanted to make something a little more harmonious and soothing using the same chestpiece.
Yak Herder Monnion/Faded Forest Chain shoulders, Darkmoon Chain Shirt, Netherfury Belt/Faded Forest Chain belt, Netherfury Leggings, Yak Herder Gauntlets/Faded Forest Chain gloves, Netherfury Boots, Breeching Comet, Lord’s Crest/Revenant Deflector
Thankfully, the crafted Netherfury items no longer require the appropriate Leatherworking specialization — or even the Leatherworking profession itself — just to wear. The profession is still required for the set bonus to be active, however.
I originally designed this outfit to use the purchasable Faded Forest Chain items. As I was questing through Kun-Lai Summit, I discovered that I liked the more savage look of the Yak Herder quest reward items better for the Enhancement version of the set.
Steamworker’s Goggles, Replica Pauldrons of Elements, Nexus-Strider chestpiece leggings & gloves, Imbued Infantry Belt, Tsunami Boots, Knight’s War Hammer, Dungeoneering Guide, Loremaster’s Colors
The base elements of this outfit are meant to suggest the stereotypical college history professor in tweed jacket or navy blazer, jeans, and loafers. Part of being a loregeek is enthusiasm for the lore of one’s favorite class, thus the iconic Shaman shoulders. Xarantaur‘s Lorehammer is identical to the 2H Commanding Mallet; the Knight’s War Hammer is a sufficiently similar 1H mace. Finally, the style, colors, and name of the Dungeoneering Guide recall the design of the source manuals for that famously geeky pasttime, Dungeons & Dragons.
32) Zandalari Witch Doctor
Crown of Flame, Witch Doctor shoulders chestpiece & gloves, Stormleather Sash, Molten Earth Kilt, Amun-Thoth, Sul’s Spiritrending Talons, Tortos’ Discarded Shell
Wait, what is this thing that dropped for me in T15 LFR? A fist weapon with intellect on it? Nowai!
I pulled out the Stormleather Sash to coordinate with the orange sphere, and I’d been planning to use that belt and that kilt together in a set for ages. Then, I had a long streak of bad luck in Throne of Thunder LFR and didn’t get my T15 shoulders until just barely before the Siege of Orgrimmar began. I’m not really all that keen on this tier set, though, so I don’t think I’ll be keeping it.
31) Shado-Pan Spiritwalker
Replica Shado-Pan Helmet, Pauldrons of Wild Magic, Salvager’s Hauberk, Bloodspattered Sash, Heroes’ Earthshatter Kilt (T7-10s), Seer’s Linked Gauntlets, Suen-Wo, Spire of the Falling Sun
Umlaut Paradots‘ mail contribution to These Boots Were Made For Mogging reminded me of the Salvager’s Hauberk. As I thought about what kind of set I might like to make using this chestpiece, it occurred to me that the stripe detail, especially in the back, is somewhat similar to the stripe detail on the Shado-Pan NPC uniforms. Kamalia already had plenty of dark blue in her wardrobe, but she did not have much red in her wardrobe before I created this outfit for her!
30) Glimmering Sunreaver Firecaller
Helm of Affinity, Glimmering Mail shoulders chestpiece belt & boots, Bloodmail Legguards*, Gauntlets of Divinity*, Firescribe Dagger, Bloodforged Guard, Scarlet Filigreed Shirt, Sunreaver tabard
I always intended to do a Sunreaver counterpart to my Silver Covenant sets, using the black and red “Blood Knight” version of the phoenix-crest shield. When Kamaleia reached level 90, I determined that it would be less painful for her to get the Sunreaver tabard by returning to the Argent Tournament than by conquering the Isle of Thunder — so back to Icecrown she went. She remained at the Tournament for some time after achieving exalted reputation with the Sunreavers 1.0 collecting Champion’s Seals to get the Sunreaver mounts. Although I hadn’t bothered to do that with any previous characters, it recently occurred to me that this would be the quickest way to acquire the Silver Covenant versions of the mounts for my Alliance characters, via the magic of account-wide conversions.
29) Battleforged Sunreaver Firecaller
Helm of Affinity, Magnificent shoulders, Battleforge chestpiece belt gloves & boots, Bloodmail Legguards*, Wodin’s Mantid Shanker, Scarlet Filigreed Shirt, Sunreaver tabard
Although I am quite aware that Enhancement Shamans prefer slow axes and maces to fast daggers, the mantid-styled dagger coordinates so wonderfully with the Sunreaver tabard that I couldn’t pass up the idea. Besides, weapon speed doesn’t really matter when a level 90 Stormstrike one-shots just about everything in Icecrown.
28) Ow Mon, Me Eyes!
Crown of Flame (Normal), Skom Spaulders, Formidable chestpiece, Stormleather Sash, Felstone Leggings, Sundered gauntlets & boots, Amun-Thoth, Sul’s Spiritrending Talons (LFR), Eye of the Ancient Spirit (LFR)
This kit went through a few iterations before reaching its present eye-dazzling perfection. The first used the shield with Carapace Breaker in an outfit featuring just cyan and magenta tones. The second used the fist weapon with the Enamelled Disc of Mojo/Loa-Binder Disc and just cyan and orange tones. Presently, I thought to pair the Throne of Thunder fist weapon with the Mogu’shan Vaults shield and voila! The cyan, magenta, and orange are quite the blinding combination!
27) Stormbreaker of the Silver Covenant (or the Blue Flight)
Skyshatter Shoulderpads (T6), Stormbreaker Chestguard, Tol’Vir Hereditary Girdle, Infection Resistant Legguards, Replica Gauntlets of Elements, Carapace Breaker, Spellbreaker’s Buckler, Common Gray Shirt
When mini-Kam dinged 90, it occurred to me that this crafted T14(N)-lookalike chestpiece would go very nicely with the T6-recolor kilt she already owned. The rest of the outfit fell together very quickly once I decided to make it another take on the “Silver Covenant Shaman” concept.
I debated for awhile between the Thunder Bluff Doublet and the grey shirt. From the front, I wasn’t sure which I liked better. When I looked at the outfit from the back, however, the grey shirt was the clear winner because it made the chestpiece so similar to the kilt.
26) Lightning Orbs
Steamworker’s Goggles, Cyclone Shoulderpads (T4), Icy Scale Chestguard, Renegade Belt, Heroes’ Earthshatter Kilt (T7-10s), Spiritwalker’s Handwraps (T13), Guiding Star/Torall, Rod of the Shattered Throne, Orb of Arcing Lightning
I love the little wings animation on this off-hand item — Look, Ma, I caught the Golden Snitch!
I couldn’t resist pairing it with Thorim‘s baby rattle at first; then I got the more closely matching mace from Lei Shen.
Ornate Pauldrons, Mindsliced Chestguard, Naturalist’s Preserving Cinch, Arness’s Scaled Leggings, Lord’s gloves & boots, Don Carlos’ Drifting Shield, Common Grey Shirt
I leveled mini-Kam from 85 to 86 on cooking & fishing dailies, then kitted her out with Mists greens from the AH to get into Mists LFD. When I reached level 87, I wondered why I was still getting only Temple of the Jade Serpent and Stormstout Brewery, even though Shado-Pan Monastery and Mogu’shan Palace were supposedly now available. I discovered that her average ilevel was too low. Hoping to remedy this, I looked for reasonably priced Mists blues. I found these pants for 500 gold, which I thought was a pretty decent price, considering that the next-lowest-priced copy of them was about 1K. So I bought them. I’d been thinking it was time to change mini-Kam’s transmogrification kit anyway.
I like the complimentary colors of the blues in the chestpiece and belt with the coppery tones of the shield and the side panels of the pants. I also tried the Tol’Vir Hereditary Girdle, which matches the chestpiece, but I liked how the blue in this belt aligns with the color in the pants better.
24) Healing Rain
Sanctified Frost Witch’s Spaulders & Tunic (T10), Nerubian Belt, Earthmover Kilt, Stormscale Gloves, Used Bar Rag, Spiritsage’s Shield
I like the muted colors of this kilt, but I wasn’t so fond of the rest of the set. Fortunately, the soft blue-grey shades of the Shaman T10 items coordinate nicely. The cloak brightens the outfit with a splash of more vibrant versions of the same colors.
I’ve been wanting to fit this shield into a Transmogrification kit. Although the brass-toned trim and rust-colored inside face of the shield contrast with the rest of the outfit, the other colors of the outer face design match well enough.
23) Dressed to Kill II
Stylin’ Adventure Hat, Ornate Pauldrons, Double Link Tunic, Ebonhold Belt, Bloodmail Legguards*, Lord’s gloves & boots, Cloak of the Darkcaster
This outfit takes its name from the stylish apparel provided by Blingtron 4000. See version I on the Hunter page.
22) Furious Elements
Pauldrons of the Furious Elements, Hauberk of the Furious Elements, Frostscale Belt, Natural Life Leggings, Grips of Nature’s Wrath, Spell Axe of the Speaker, Zulian Ward
Patch 5.2 heralded the opening of a new Troll raid — what a perfect opportunity for Kamalia to don her set of the level 70 badge gear introduced with the Gods of Zul’Aman!
21) Five Thunders
Replica Five Thunders set with Spell Axe of the Speaker and Zulian Swirling Shield
What more appropriately named garb could a Shaman possibly wear to take on Lei Shen and the desperate Zandalari?
20) Centaur Stalker
Warmonger’s Pauldrons, Rough Bronze Cuirass, Replica Cord of Five Thunders, Battle Scarred Leggings, Fortified Gauntlets, Talhide Lined-Boots, Spell Axe of the Speaker, Big Black Mace, Thunder Bluff Doublet
I’d enjoyed playing my low-level Orc Shaman as Enhancement, so I decided to change mini-Kam’s questing offspec to Enhancement. This outfit combines ideas from the Element-Tamer outfit I designed for Mog Madness and the Mog Busting outfits I designed for Cymre’s Orc Huntress, Tallys.
Brigade pauldrons gloves & boots, Engraved chestpiece & girdle, Triumphant Legplates, Lightning Dagger/Ancient Scepter of Sue-Min, Shield of the Wayward Footman, Jeweled Fishing Pole
Love is in the Air seemed like an appropriate time to debut this pink-toned outfit designed to coordinate with the Ashes of Al’ar and partially inspired by Euphyley’s beautiful Sunset Mail set (the cloth, leather, and plate designs in the rest of the series are gorgeous, too!).
A Pink Mageweave Shirt finally showed up on my AH on the very last day of Love is in the Air. That day, there was also an Ancient Scepter of Sue-Min for the absolute steal of a price of ~1.2K gold.
18) Vestments of the Firebird
Vestments of the Firebird (T14) (LFR), Thunder Bluff Doublet, Kri’tak, Imperial Scepter of the Swarm, Fan of Firey Winds
The blue regular mode and orange heroic mode versions of the Shaman T14 gear are very pretty, but Kamalia is content with the green LFR version.
17) Earthshattering Nexus-Strider
Grunt’s Pauldrons, Nexus-Strider breastplate & gloves, Renegade Belt, Heroes’ Earthshatter Kilt (T7), Carapace Breaker, Zom’s Crackling Bulwark, August Celestials Tabard
Recently, WoW Insider’s “Around Azeroth” screenshot column published a picture that was cute, though not particularly amusing, but something about it caught my eye and made me come back for a second look. What captured my attention was Elixr of Mal’Ganis‘s wonderful Transmogrification kit. Even better, I quickly realized that I already had most of the key items to replicate the look in my inventory! Naturally, therefore, I had to do it….
When I reached Exalted with the August Celestials a few weeks later, I was delighted with how well that faction’s tabard coordinated with what I was already wearing.
16) Kamalia of the Earthen Ring
Headcover of the Speaker, Mystical Pauldrons of Elements, Skyshatter Chestguard (T6)/Nexus-Strider Breastplate + Frozen Forest Kilt, Renegade Belt, Spiritwalker’s Handwraps (T13), Tabard of the Earthen Ring, Carapace Breaker, Zom’s Crackling Bulwark
While I was working on my FFW gift for Dahakha, I concluded that it was high time that I had an official “of the Earthen Ring” Transmogrification kit for Kamalia. The shaman of the Earthen Ring who appear at the Temple of Earth in Deepholm and in various other Cataclysm sites wear a variety of outfits, some Tier or PvP sets and some mix-and-match, so I think this ensemble would fit right in.
15) Green Iron Mail
Green Iron set with Captain’s Waistguard, Emerald Shield
This classy crafted set is most famous as the costume of Oxhorn’s best buddy Staghorn.
14) Scarlet, Green, and Gold
Magnificent shoulders, Green Iron Hauberk & Leggings, Scarlet Belt*, Gauntlets of Divinity*, Glimmering Mail boots, Lightning Dagger, Aegis of the Scarlet Commander*/Bloodforged Shield
A Winter Veil outfit.
The Voidscale Belt is a good alternative to the Scarlet Belt, and the Glimmering Mail gloves are a good alternative to the Gauntlets of Divinity.
This set would also look great with the Scout’s Tabard.
13) Competitor’s Legacy
Princess Poobah’s Tiara, Crusader’s Pauldrons, Lambent Scale (gold) or Steadfast (purple) chestpiece & leggings, Myrmidon’s belt, Marauder’s gloves & boots, War Mace of Unrequited Love, Aldori Legacy Defender, Competitor’s Tabard
This summer, I posted a set of outfits designed to coordinate with the Competitor’s Tabard. This limited edition item was only available during the 2008 Summer Olympics and was obtained by participating in a battleground, any battleground, win or lose.
After watching the AH for several weeks, I was able to create the outfit more or less as I’d imagined it, though I did decide that the Marauder’s gloves & boots worked better than the ones I’d originally chosen.
Because the purple tones of the Steadfast chestpiece and pants coordinate nicely with the shield I wanted to use, I kept watching the AH a little longer. The purple version of the set is what I actually used in-game.
The Burnished, Lambent Scale/Glimmering, Embossed Plate, High Chief’s, Templar, or “of the Protectorate” shields, or perhaps even the Drillborer Disk or Force Reactive Disk, would all work nicely with the all-gold version of the set.
12) Swirling Elements
Replica/Mystical Elements set with Zulian Swirling Shield
Somehow, this set just seems to want a Trollish sort of shield. Luckily, I found a Zulian Swirling Shield on the AH for relatively cheap shortly before Patch 5.0.
10 & 11) Jade Witch & Patinaed Serpent
Left: Jade Witch set with Huangtze Scale Helm
Right: Contender’s Scale set
I liked this set of quest rewards from the very first zone of Pandaria so much that I Transmogrified it over the higher level quest rewards and kept wearing it until I’d collected all the pieces for the second set.
I got most of the second set by running dungeons and only had to craft the shoulders. The barrel rolling from the Greenstone Village scenario and Stormstout Brewery dungeons would be a great addition to the Brewfest activities!
I probably won’t keep either of these sets in the long run, however. I simply haven’t got enough bank space.
9) Dancing Queen
Brigade Pauldrons, Champion’s Deathdealer Breastplate, Merciless Belt, Bloodmail Legguards*, Scarlet Gauntlets*, Netherstorm Greaves, Cloak of Azure Lights, Ebon Filigreed Doublet or Red Martial Shirt
During October 2012, JD Kenada invited us to join him in observing Breast Cancer Awareness Month by putting together our best pink Transmogrification Template Kits. Although I already thought of Kamaliya’s Scarlet Wrath set as her “pink” set, I’d been wanting to do something with the near-matching shades of the magenta Champion’s Deathdealer Breastplate and fuschia Netherstorm Greaves for some time. The Firemane Leggings are brilliant pink, and they were even available on my AH for a reasonable price… but I don’t like the style of them much. I decided to accent the pink with black and pulled out my Bloodmail Legguards. Then I needed a black shirt. I like how well the Red Martial Shirt coordinates with the Merciless Belt and Scarlet Gauntlets, and its black sleeves match the Bloodmail Legguards very nicely. I think it looks a little silly with the Champion’s Deathdealer Breastplate over the top, however, so I prefer the effect with the Ebon Filigreed Doublet even though the blacks don’t match quite as well.
The Merciless gloves would be suitable alternates for the Scarlet Gauntlets, and the Merciless or Firemane Leggings would be good choices instead of the Bloodmail Legguards — though the overall effect wouldn’t be the same, and the all-pink outfit wouldn’t want a shirt.
Shoulders of Lightning Reflexes, Cyclone (T4) chest & gloves, Imbued Infantry Belt, Vagaries of Time (Normal), Timepiece of the Bronze Flight (Raid Finder)
I was on another character when the pattern for these shoulders dropped. Fortunately, the pattern itself isn’t BoP! I was all set to fire up MogIt to create a new outfit to go with these shoulders, but after I saw how nicely they coordinated with the Cyclone set I was already wearing, I didn’t bother.
Cyclone (T4) shoulders chest & gloves, Imbued Infantry Belt, Vagaries of Time (Normal), Timepiece of the Bronze Flight (Raid Finder)
I have a great sentimental fondness for the Cyclone set because Karazhan was my first raiding experience. It helps that it’s a fantastic looking set of gear, too!
Until I obtained the Timepiece, I used Zom’s Crackling Bulwark with this set.
Crown of Flame (Normal), Erupting Volcanic (T12) shoulders chest & gloves, Stormleather Sash, Incineratus, Pulsing Spellshield
I was wearing T12 at the time Transmogrification debuted, and I liked it so much that I continued to use it for my Resto set TTK for some time. Later, after I went back to the Cyclone gear for my Resto set, I decided to use T12 for my Elemental set — it somehow seems very appropriate for that spec!
Bog Epaulets, Netherstrike Breastplate & Belt, Leggings of Beast Mastery, Talhide gloves & boots, Extinct Turtle Shell
I originally wanted to make this set for my Hunter, Ketura, but the Netherstrike items are BoP to the crafter, so I had to make it for Kamalia instead.
4) Scarlet Wrath
Helm of Affinity, Seaspeaker Mantle, Wrathfin chestpiece & pants, Brigade belt gloves & boots, Lightning Dagger, Aegis of the Scarlet Commander*, Sawbones Shirt*
The Shield of the Wayward Footman is perhaps an even better shield to use with this pink and silver set.
3) Stormcaller of the Silver Covenant or the Blue Flight
Skyshatter (T6) Shoulderpads, Blue Dragonscale chest & leggings, Doc’s Belt, Sundered gloves & boots, Cloak of Cheerful Flowers, Devout Aurastone Hammer, Spellbreaker’s Buckler
I made a more extensive writeup of this outfit previously.
2) The Shamadin
Glimmering Mail Pauldrons, Captain’s chestpiece belt gloves & boots, Triumphant Legplates, Restorative Mace, Emerald Shield, Green Linen Shirt
Almost as soon as I saw the Emerald Shield, I thought what a great RP outfit it would make for a Paladin in combination with the Captain’s mail set. Then Transmogrification came along, and I realized that if I wanted to execute the concept in PvE, I’d have to do it with a Shaman. Thus, I’ve always thought of this as my “Shamadin” outfit.
The Streamtalker set is the gear that a Shaman is shown wearing on the new character selection screen. It is obtained in-game from the Warlords Garrison Salvage Yard.
Kamalia is also wearing a Thunder Bluff Doublet.
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