After a prolong absence from the World of Warcraft scene (as well as leaving all role playing servers entirely to chase the dream of being a hard-core raider) I'm recreating this blog and transferring all my previous work onto the new one. The name of the new blog is yet to be decided but a link will be posted here once the new blog is created.
I'm thinking "See Morras" (named after an alt of mine, Morras of Aggramar) or Alliance Fashion. I'd like something witty or clever but my mind is drawing blanks. Oh, well. Until next time!
Saturday, July 21, 2012
The people on this server are fantastic. Here's a few screen shots of their wonderful fashion taste and friendly humour. We all had a great time one night when a few friends and I decided to start a little party in the out-of-character zone!
Sorry for my interface being in the way -- I had forgotten for a moment how to hide it!
|Nikodemos, a three year vet of the server, tells us our formation is all wrong.|
|Someone askes us what we five paladins call ourselves. I reply with "THE PALLY PALS!" and Redismos replies with "POWER PALADINS!" after someone else remarks how we appear to resemble Paladin Power Rangers.|
|Adaleah was AFK when we all decided to start dancing. Luckily, the ogre photobombed with his wondrous mount to hide her stiffly standing there instead of burning up some rug with the Pally Rangers.|
|This poor blood elf somehow managed to catch the attention of almost every troll on the server... Literally!|
|Another blood elf, a new member to the server, stands behind us utterly confused as we close in upon the first blood elf. The first blood elf was quite pleased with the attention my token female troll offered him, showering upon me blown kisses.|
The tier 3 warrior set Dreadnaught's Battlegear looks great on a draenei.. with the exception that the shoulders, feet, and helmet look rather Scourge themed. Not the best idea for a draenei warrior! With a brief bit of surfing through Wowhead, I fell in love with a perfect match.
Shoulder: Doomplate Shoulderguards
Chest: Dreadnaught Breastplate
Wrist: Dreadnaught Bracers
Hands: Doomplate Gauntlets
Waist: Deathforge Girdle
Legs: Dreadnaught Legplates
Feet: Obsidian Clodstompers
Thursday, July 12, 2012
I made on my private server a character named Rini who is a troll hunter. I had a difficult time trying to find a roleplaying set that didn't look skimpy or epic that would also look good on a tom-boy and practical character. I essentially took the shaman tier 10 set and gave it pants.
Shoulder: Horrific Flesh Epaulets
Chest: Mail of Crimson Coins
Shirt: Squire's Shirt
Wrists: None (Any)
Hands: Unclean Surgical Gloves
Waist: Belt of the Blood Nova
Legs: Leggings of Dubious Charms
Feet: Necrophotic Greaves
Weapon: None (Any)
A while ago I made a draenei priest named Val. I don't care for roleplaying her too much, but dressing her up is such a blast. Here I have a draenei appropriate set that I'm willing to give up the secrets of! Not only is this set flattering to the draenei figure, but it also looks great in any lighting.
Shoulder: Sympathetic Amice
Chest: Ebonweave Robe
Wrist: Cuffs of the Shadow Ascendant
Hands: Ebonweave Gloves
Waist: Lingering Illness
Legs: Leggings of Lost Love
Feet: Sandals of the Ancient Keeper
Weapon: Staff of Divine Infusion
Muffy from Conquest of the Horde here and I'm here to give you some cool mix-matched roleplaying sets for your World of Warcraft characters. With this blog I don't intend to spam my pages with sets that are obvious combinations, like every piece of Soulforge or every item that's Battleforge. I instead want to show you neat little combinations of mixed sets to send you on your merry way and help you look unique in retail WoW or any private server.
So sit back and enjoy the blog!