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Some of the outfits in this installment of the Sunday Mog Show have been in my back catalog of Mogging ideas for quite awhile!

The First Tauren Seers

Eternal Wraps, Willow Belt, Seer’s Cuffs, Gild’s Crewneck, Nimboya’s Mystical Staff*
This kit is my best approximation to the outfit worn by Tahu Sagewind as he first appeared in Patch 3.2.0 and now worn by Thunder Bluff Priest trainers Seer Kaya and Seer Beryl. Yes, I really have been waiting/procrastinating since Cataclysm to make this outfit for Kaohana.

Silver Hand Sunwalker Brave II

Yaungol Deathcult Shoulderguards, “Fireproof” Venture Co. Blastplate, Greatbelt of Living Waters (LFR), Windfire Legplates, Grips of the Fallen Council (LFR), Fungal Resistant Plate Boots, Tabard of the Lightbringer, Lightborn Spire
After I acquired these shoulders from a lucky BMAH bid, I recalled that I’d also gotten some pants that were a better match for the Silver Hand Sunwalker Brave’s gear. Hence, it was time to make an upgraded version of Karaelia’s outfit #59.

Tirisgarde Apprentice in Pants


High Councillor’s Tunic, Felcast Cord, Ravensun Britches, Zaetar’s Gloves, Mountainsage Sandals, Formal White Shirt, The Staff of Twin Worlds
The Auxiliary’s Robe worn by the Tirisgarde Apprenticies in the Hall of the Guardian is acquired from low-level PvP. I don’t want to endure low-level battlegrounds, so I’ll have to make do with an outfit using the matching pants (which are acquired from a normal leveling quest).

Ley-Luxe





Valorous Frostfire Shoulderpads, Queen Azshara’s Dressing Gown, Belt of Arcane Storms (H), Griftah’s Authentic Troll Shoes, Nightborne Noble’s Cloak, Staff of Infinite Mysteries
Although I’ve used the belt of the Naxxramas Mage Tier set multiple times as an accessory piece, I never thought much of the rest of the set until recently, when it occurred to me that the shoulders of the Normal version would be great for an Azerite-inspired kit (see Human Mage #91). Then I had the thought that the shoulders of the Heroic version looked rather like the leyline crystal formations found on the Broken Isles, and that, paired with the name of the Archaeology version of the robe, led to this outfit. She’s barefoot because Queen Azshara goes barefoot (so does Thalyssra — was that some kind of status symbol among female Highborne sorceresses?).

Vol’dandy

Fen Spirit Headdress, Fen Spirit Mantle, Royal Blouse, Girdle of Nobility, Astralaan Pants, Sage’s Gloves + Celestial Bindings, Curate’s Boots, Flowing Sapphiron Drape, Formal White Shirt, Talanji’s Expedition Tabard, Fangcaller’s Staff
A blue variation on Kaelinda’s outfit #69. I also made a green variation; see Kalaneia’s #68.

Zuldazzling

Sandspinner Headdress, Sandspinner Mantle, Greenweave Vest, Councillor’s Sash, Astralaan Pants, Shimmering Gloves + Elunarian Cuffs, Elunarian Boots, Drape of the Spellweaver, Formal White Shirt, Talanji’s Expedition Tabard, Warmongering Combatant’s Battle Staff
A green variation on Kaelinda’s outfit #69. I also made a blue variation; see Keliora’s #4.

Here’s the whole set:

Nazmiracle — red blood for Nazmir; Vol’dandy — blue sky for Vol’dun; Zuldazzling — green jungle for Zuldazar.

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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.

Zandalar quest cloth

This gear is awarded to Horde players from the leveling zone questlines (first set name) on Zandalar, to players of both factions from World Quests (second set name) on Zandalar, and is also available as BOE greens (third set name) that drop on Zandalar.


Zanchuli/Shadra Silk/Saurifeather (Zuldazar), Loa Speaker/Fen Spirit/Bloodhex (Nazmir), Lastwind/Sandspinner/Skycaller (Vol’dun)

This collection features a mix of outfits centered on the robes and outfits centered on the headdress and/or shoulders.

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Shadra Silk

Zanchuli Dreamer

Nimar’s Tribal Headdress, Night Dreamer Mantle, Shadra Silk Robes, Shadra Silk Gloves, Wild Gladiator’s Treads of Cruelty, Sawbones Shirt*, Golden City Greatcloak, Grave Watcher’s Longstaff
The robe also looks spectacular with the stage 1 Hexweave Mantle and the Illidari Shoulderpads

— though ultimately I preferred the more subdued look of these Broken Isles shoulders.

Zul’Aman’Dazar Crimson


Saurifeather Crest & Mantle, Robes of Dissention/Faded Sprit-Wrencher Robe, Bloodhex Gloves, Stanchion of Primal Instinct

Nazmiracle

Zanchuli Crest, Saurifeather Mantle, Red Mageweave Vest, Apothecary’s Waistband, Astralaan Pants, Rotting Handwraps + Earthmender’s Bracer of Shattering, Infernoweave Boots, Dragon’s Blood Cape, Formal White Shirt, Talanji’s Expedition Tabard, Wild Combatant’s Battle Staff

Dazar’Alor Special Investigator

Zanchuli Crest, Wild Gladiator’s Mantle of Cruelty, Goldweave Tunic, Serenity Belt, Astralaan Pants, Wild Gladiator’s Gloves of Prowess + Loa Speaker’s Cuffs, Gnomish Casting Boots, Ragged Azsharan Sail Fragment, Wild Combatant’s Battle Staff, Formal White Shirt, Talanji’s Expedition Tabard

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Fen Spirit

Blood of the Chosen

Cowl of the Grand Engineer, Mantle of the Chosen Dead, Fen Spirit Wraps, Cord of Unhinged Malice (N), Fen Spirit Handwraps, Wild Gladiator’s Treads of Cruelty, Zardax’s Tattered Drape, Sawbones Shirt*, Korthek’s Staff

Zul’Aman’Dazar Azure

Bloodhex Headdress & Mantle, Forlorn Loa-Binder Robe, Bloodhex Gloves, Stanchion of Primal Instinct

Spring Sunshine


Yellow Spring Circlet/Fen Spirit Headdress, Fen Spirit Mantle, Robe of Solomon*, Girdle of Nobility, Blessed Gloves of Undead Cleansing*, Slippers of Serenity, Gorian Staff
The quest that awarded it having vanished in the Shattering, this particular robe is no longer available —

— but the very similar Bright Robe also looks good.

67) Troll Action Battle Princess


Bloodhex Hood, Warmongering Gladiator’s Mantle of Cruelty, High Councillor’s Tunic, Cord of Unhinged Malice, Soothsayer’s Kilt, Pyrotex Ignition Cloth + Loa Speaker’s Cuffs, Kurkenstoks, Cloak of Everburning Knowledge, Warmongering Combatant’s Battle Staff, Talanji’s Expedition Tabard
Here are a couple of variations:

Alanna’s Embrace (from Old Scholomance; no longer available)

Vestments of the Shifting Sands + Astralaan Pants

Vol’dandy

Fen Spirit Headdress, Fen Spirit Mantle, Royal Blouse, Girdle of Nobility, Astralaan Pants, Sage’s Gloves + Celestial Bindings, Curate’s Boots, Flowing Sapphiron Drape, Formal White Shirt, Talanji’s Expedition Tabard, Fangcaller’s Staff

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Sandspinner

Desert Thunderstorm

Nightvale Cowl, Nightvale Mantle, Sandspinner Vestments, Imbued Silkweave Cinch, Scrollbound Arachnid Gloves, Marshfang Boots, Akunda Adherent’s Cloak, Master Builder’s Shirt, Sethrak Warden’s Staff
Although the Dustwind Cowl matches the colors of the robe perfectly —

— I’m not a fan of the blinded eyes style.

Zul’Aman’Dazar Veridian

Skycaller Cowl & Mantle, Hexing Robes, Bloodhex Gloves, Stanchion of Primal Instinct

Zuldazzling

Sandspinner Headdress, Sandspinner Mantle, Greenweave Vest, Councillor’s Sash, Astralaan Pants, Shimmering Gloves + Elunarian Cuffs, Elunarian Boots, Drape of the Spellweaver, Formal White Shirt, Talanji’s Expedition Tabard, Warmongering Combatant’s Battle Staff

Kul Tiras quest cloth

This gear is awarded to Alliance players from the leveling zone questlines (first set name) on Kul Tiras, to players of both factions from World Quests (second set name) on Kul Tiras, and is also available as BOE greens (third set name) that drop on Kul Tiras.


Tidespeaker/Squallshaper/Sagehold (Stormsong Valley), Navigator’s/Sirensong/Foxhollow (Tiragarde Sound), Wickerwoven/Bloodbough/Heartsbane (Drustvar)

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Tidespeaker

Tidesage

Tidespeaker set with Squirgle’s Deepstone Wand and Tortollan Traveling Lantern
It was this robe that, when datamined in a Legion patch PTR, gave the first clue that we’d be going to Kul Tiras in the next expansion.

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Navigator’s

Tiragarde Navigator

Navigator’s set with Ceremonial Crown of Karabor, Seafury Tamer, and Crow’s Nest Spotlight

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Wickerwoven

Wickerwoven


Wickerwoven set with Lord Aldrius’ Greatstaff
The Alliance appearance of the crafted Tidespray Linen set shares its appearance with this coloration of the quest set.

Port Authority

Grey Tricorne Hat, Bloodbough Mantle, Nobleman’s Coat, Standard Issue Airborne Belt, Nobleman’s Pantaloons, Archaeologist’s Quarry Boots*, Nola’s Shawl, Hacksaw Skinning Knife, Crow’s Nest Spotlight

It’s fun to go out and find thematic locations to do Mog photoshoots, but sometimes the backdrop risks overpowering the subject. And some locations, while suitably thematic, have terrible lighting. It’s also quite time consuming to go take pictures “on location” around Azeroth. So lately I’ve been resorting to just taking pictures from the character selection screen, or exporting my character’s image from the Armory.
Frequently when I go back and look at older “Things my [Class] Wears” pages, I think that I ought to go through and update them with pictures of each of the outfits taken from the character selection screen. Tauren, Humans, and Blood Elves have a well-lit, not overly distracting background on the character selection screen. Void Elves, Death Knights, and Demon Hunters, not so much. But then I think of the hundreds of outfits I have created, and the time it would take to re-create them all — and the gold I’d have to spend with Mystic Birdhat and at the Barbershop — except if I were to do it during a Trial of Style week — and I just get overwhelmed with the size of the project before I can even get started.

Azerite Arcanum



Empyrial Cosmic Crown, Heroes’ Frostfire Shoulderpads, Robes of the Exalted, Runed Spell-Cuffs, Sandswept Sandals, Cloak of Tranquil Clouds, Spectral Censorite’s Staff
During the last patch of Legion, I made an Azerite-inspired outfit for Kamalia (Shaman #83). Now, at the end of Battle for Azeroth, I wanted to make an Azerite-inspired outfit for one of my Mages.

Moonpriest



Moonpriest’s Vestments with Sentinel’s Branch/Crescent Wand + Urn of Lost Memories
Although I collected the Darkshore Warfront set with Kinevra, from the beginning I had in mind that it would be Kaelyla who would wear it when it was complete, because of her Kaldorei-like complexion.

Bright Woods

Living Wood Spaulders (N), Phaelia’s Vestments of the Sprouting Seed, Dervish Gloves, Yal’s Leafwrap Cloak, Giorgio’s Caduceus of Pure Moods (LFR)
Seeing Hunaka Greenhoof striding around Legion Dalaran has always made me want these shoulders from the Highmaul/Blackrock Foundry Druid Tier set, so I finally went out and got them. I wasn’t quite sure what I’d wear with them, as the rest of that Tier set has never particularly appealed to me; as soon as I tried this robe, a recolor of the Ulduar Druid Tier set robe, my search was over.

Shadowed Woods

Living Wood Spaulders (H), Sanctified Lasherweave Vestment (10H/25N), Riplimb’s Lost Collar (H), Cindersilk Gloves (H), Boots of the Unrelenting Storm, Rustic Workman’s Shirt, Origin of Nightmares
These shoulders were the only item I really wanted out of the Highmaul/Blackrock Foundry Druid Tier set. The colors and the textures reminded me of the robe from the ICC Druid Tier set, and the rest of the kit grew from there.

Silvermoon Resplendent

Resplendent Circlet, Sin’dorei Pauldrons Belt Gauntlets & Slippers, Silvermoon Robes, Shroud of Resolve (rank 6), Felo’melorn (upgraded, first tint)
But of course this was the robe that Kaelinda would choose first to mix-and-match with the Sin’dorei Heritage Armor.

Sin’dorei Scarlet

Whitemane’s Chapeau, Sin’dorei Pauldrons Belt & Slippers, Scarlet Sin’dorei Robes, Shroud of Resolve (rank 6), Light’s Wrath (hidden, default tint)
This outfit is similar to Kaohana’s “Crimson Pilgrim” kit (Priest #71), with Sin’dorei Heritage items replacing the accessory pieces.

~*~*~

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 Void Elf Mage. Outfits are listed from most recent to least recent. Items that are no longer obtainable are marked with an asterisk (*).

32) Ley-Luxe





Valorous Frostfire Shoulderpads, Queen Azshara’s Dressing Gown, Belt of Arcane Storms (H), Griftah’s Authentic Troll Shoes, Nightborne Noble’s Cloak, Staff of Infinite Mysteries
Although I’ve used the belt of the Naxxramas Mage Tier set multiple times as an accessory piece, I never thought much of the rest of the set until recently, when it occurred to me that the shoulders of the Normal version would be great for an Azerite-inspired kit (see Human Mage #91). Then I had the thought that the shoulders of the Heroic version looked rather like the leyline crystal formations found on the Broken Isles, and that, paired with the name of the Archaeology version of the robe, led to this outfit. She’s barefoot because Queen Azshara goes barefoot (so does Thalyssra — was that some kind of status symbol among female Highborne sorceresses?).

31) Moonpriest



Moonpriest’s Vestments with Sentinel’s Branch/Crescent Wand + Urn of Lost Memories
Although I collected the Darkshore Warfront set with Kinevra, from the beginning I had in mind that it would be Kaelyla who would wear it when it was complete, because of her Kaldorei-like complexion.

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

93) Alodi’s Heir

Cataclysmic Gladiator’s Silk Armor with Brutal Gladiator’s Silk Cowl, Black Swashbuckler’s Shirt, and Ebonchill (upgraded, first tint)
When I finally figured out that this set is what Alodi and Archmage Karlain (in the Elite recolor) are wearing, then I had to get it. It needed a less complicated hat, though. It also looks rather smashing with the Crown of Eternal Winter.

92) Tirisgarde Apprentice in Pants


High Councillor’s Tunic, Felcast Cord, Ravensun Britches, Zaetar’s Gloves, Mountainsage Sandals, Formal White Shirt, The Staff of Twin Worlds
The Auxiliary’s Robe worn by the Tirisgarde Apprenticies in the Hall of the Guardian is acquired from low-level PvP. I don’t want to endure low-level battlegrounds, so I’ll have to make do with an outfit using the matching pants (which are acquired from a normal leveling quest).

91) Azerite Arcanum



Empyrial Cosmic Crown, Heroes’ Frostfire Shoulderpads, Robes of the Exalted, Runed Spell-Cuffs, Sandswept Sandals, Cloak of Tranquil Clouds, Spectral Censorite’s Staff
During the last patch of Legion, I made an Azerite-inspired outfit for Kamalia (Shaman #83). Now, at the end of Battle for Azeroth, I wanted to make an Azerite-inspired outfit for one of my Mages.

When I read yesterday’s dev update from Ion Hazzikostas, I was intrigued by the section about how they’d changed the alt experience. Because I’m choosing Covenant affiliations for my alts based on aesthetics and personality rather than on gameplay utility, the feedback about wanting to test out all of the Covenant active abilities with a different class before committting to a Covenant doesn’t matter so much to me. The feedback about story disjunction and dissonance, however, does. Looking at the description in the update post about the Threads of Fate choice to either experience the linear narrative again or join a Covenant and use alternative XP-gaining pathways, I wondered if it would be possible to choose the narrative, play through just enough of the narrative to experience the leveling zone story for a desired Covenant, and then go and join that Covenant. For example, could my Warlock choose the linear narrative, play through Bastion and Maldraxxus, then join the Necrolords and finish her leveling by the alternative pathways? Now that the feature is available to test on the beta realms, Wowhead is reporting that it will indeed be possible to do exactly that. Hooray! and Phew!

So here’s how I’m currently imagining my Shadowlands leveling unfolding: Kaelinda will go first, complete the main storyline narrative quests of all the zones, and join the Venthyr. Revendreth is last in the linear narrative, which is why she has to go first. Kaurinka will go second, quest through Bastion and Maldraxxus and Ardenweald, then join the Night Fae. Kalaneia will quest through Bastion and Maldraxxus, then join the Necrolords. Keliora will quest through Bastion, then join the Kyrian. Kaelyla may level through Bastion, Maldraxxus, and Ardenweald before joining the Night Fae — or she might choose to join the Night Fae immediately because maybe I will be sick and tired of Bastion by then! By the time I get to Kaylynda — let alone Kamalia or Karaelia or any other alts — I might just jump straight into a Covenant with the Threads of Fate.

Heartbreak in Ardenweald

I watched the Afterlives: Ardenweald short and my heart just broke.

The hard choices, the sacrifice, the existential horror of the idea that souls can cease to exist…. Death-after-death, permadeath, oblivion — we’ve seen these concepts before in WoW, and it’s always horrifying, but somehow the combination with the formerly serene environment of Ardenweald made it even more staggering, more awful to contemplate.

With what little I already know of what Revendreth and the Venthyr are about, I anticipate that their short next week will continue the theme of devastating loss that has run through the other three.

Although I have been extremely fortunate to have not been severely affected by the various real world catastrophes of 2020, I can’t help but feel that this theme of loss is uncannily timely, and wonder to what extent it will make WoW no longer a pleasant pasttime for players who have suffered.

As for my characters, Kerisa — or, rather, Kaurinka, the Alter-Ego who will make her debut as soon as the new customization options go live in 9.0.1 — will still definitely choose the Night Fae, and do her best to help restore that primal forest and save as many of its current crop of hibernating souls as possible. Kamalia, whenever she goes to the Shadowlands, will feel the same. Of my cloth-wearers, I assigned Kaelyla to the Night Fae based on aesthetics; I haven’t learned much about her personality yet, but perhaps eventually she will tell me why choosing the Night Fae would “just feel right” to her internally as well as externally.

New acquisitions prompt new outfits in this installment of the Sunday Mog Show, and I play around with some older stuff, too.

You’ll also have seen that I’ve split out Kasheena’s outfits into her own page — and that she’s already up to a full page! — which sets Kerisa’s count back by a page. After the roster rearrangements I did this week, I realized that Kasheena was the only character with a portrait icon who didn’t have her own clothes page(s), and that didn’t seem quite right.

Sin’dorei Soulguide

Heritage of the Sin’dorei with Demonic Gladiator’s Satin Hood, Girdle of Prophecy, Pantaloons of Growing Strife, Boots of Prophecy, Shroud of Resolve (rank 6), and Rod of the Blazing Light
I used the Sin’dorei Leggings with a different chestpiece for my Warlock (#66), so I decided to use the Sin’dorei Tunic with different pants for my Priest. Instead of finding slimmer gloves, like I did with my Warlock, I found some bulkier boots.

Serene Glow

Demonic Gladiator’s Ironskin Spaulders, Pamela’s Muuscat Wrap, Thick Qirajihide Belt, Grips of Slicing Electricity (LFR), Torch of Dawn
After my Druid acquired this robe from a lucky uncontested bid on the Black Market Auction House, of course my Monk had to wear it!

Ghost in the Mists

Ancestral Chieftain’s Headdress + Ghostwalker Pads/Ravenbear Disguise, Miststalker’s Jerkin Belt & Pants, Frostwolf Scout’s Gloves, Frostwolf Scout’s Boots, Raal’s Bib, Stanchion of Primal Instinct
This outfit is a variation on the “Moon Mists” kit I made for Kivrin (Night Elf Druid #27), though of course it had to use a different weapon because the Sentinel’s Branch is Alliance-specific.

Solemnity

Chief Architect’s Monocle, Black Mageweave Vest, Primal Gladiator’s Cord of Victory, Vileweave Leggings, Hexweave Gloves (stage 3), Volatile Walkers (LFR), Ebon Filigreed Doublet, Staff of Andorhal
I’ve wanted to make a Black Mageweave Vest outfit that uses less-revealing pants than are normally worn with this chestpiece for a long time, but hadn’t quite gotten around to it. Presently, it occurred to me that the metallic tones in the LFR version of the Uldir cloth set were just right to match with the silvery tones in the Black Mageweave Vest. Then I couldn’t make the kit until I’d patiently farmed the first boss of Uldir long enough for these boots to drop. And then I was pleasantly surprised by how nicely the Hexweave Gloves coordinated with the Uldir boots.

Drowned Highborne Navigator


Blue Tricorne Hat, Karabor Sage Robe, Knight-Captain’s Waistcord (H), Goliath Wraps of Hridmogir, Volatile Walkers (LFR), Gild’s Crewneck, Wavebinder’s Rod, Deeptide Scroll
I originally saw this combo of robe and belt on a Void Elf Priest in Boralus. Naturally, Kaelyla wanted to wear it herself.

Sittin’ on the Dock

Weather-Beaten Fishing Hat, Gild’s Crewneck, Seafarer’s Pantaloons, Umbranse’s Staff
Sometimes a gal just wants to go fishin’.

Redeemer’s Promise II

Pauldrons of the Promise, Redeemer’s Plate, Shellbuckle Girdle, Flamewaker Legplates, Truesteel Gauntlets & Boots (stage 3), Blade of the Silver Hand, Steelforged Shield (stage 3)
A variation on an outfit I originally designed for Kyraleia (Dwarf Paladin #20). Also something of a complementary outfit to her own #70, which used the red versions of this sword & shield.

Silver Thread

Silver-Thread Armor with Warmage’s Spire
I’d been playing around with elements of this Classic set in kits for other characters and thought to myself that I ought to have someone wear the whole ensemble for awhile.
The Afterlives: Maldraxxus short prompted me to contemplate the Necrolords as a viable Shadowlands Covenant affiliation for this character — and to use the Orb of Deception to visualize this outfit on an Orc.

Feralheart

Replica Feralheart Raiment with Staff of the Verdant Circle
In Classic, this was the upgraded version of the Druid Dungeon Set, and quite difficult to obtain. Now, it can be acquired from the Darkmoon Faire.

~*~*~

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 Blood Elf Priest. Outfits are listed from most recent to least recent. Items that are no longer obtainable are marked with an asterisk (*).

4) Vol’dandy

Fen Spirit Headdress, Fen Spirit Mantle, Royal Blouse, Girdle of Nobility, Astralaan Pants, Sage’s Gloves + Celestial Bindings, Curate’s Boots, Flowing Sapphiron Drape, Formal White Shirt, Talanji’s Expedition Tabard, Fangcaller’s Staff
A blue variation on Kaelinda’s outfit #69. I also made a green variation; see Kalaneia’s #68.

Nazmiracle — red blood for Nazmir; Vol’dandy — blue sky for Vol’dun; Zuldazzling — green jungle for Zuldazar.

3) Sin’dorei Scarlet

Whitemane’s Chapeau, Sin’dorei Pauldrons Belt & Slippers, Scarlet Sin’dorei Robes, Shroud of Resolve (rank 6), Light’s Wrath (hidden, default tint)
This outfit is similar to Kaohana’s “Crimson Pilgrim” kit (Priest #71), with Sin’dorei Heritage items replacing the accessory pieces.

2) Sin’dorei Soulguide

Heritage of the Sin’dorei with Demonic Gladiator’s Satin Hood, Girdle of Prophecy, Pantaloons of Growing Strife, Boots of Prophecy, Shroud of Resolve (rank 6), and Rod of the Blazing Light
I used the Sin’dorei Leggings with a different chestpiece for my Warlock (#66), so I decided to use the Sin’dorei Tunic with different pants for my Priest. Instead of finding slimmer gloves, like I did with my Warlock, I found some bulkier boots.

1) Communal Regalia

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