My Frosty Mage

My Frosty Mage

I KNOW I said I wasn’t going to transmog myself anymore… mainly because I was spending near 400g a day on it and that was stupid when I’m not actively trying to increase my gold amount.

HOWEVER, I couldn’t help myself last week, and a few days ago I was complimented on it (Thanks Martin!), so I thought I’d share it.

I’m not very good at doing original things with transmog. I’m also not very good at putting my Frost mage in anything other than blue or white. Or a witches costume, because, yanno… spells. But here it is, I’m quite proud of it:

I know the front view isn’t very clear, I got carried away with spell effects (ooh, pretty snow!) and didn’t realise.

I ain’t hiking all the way to Mount Neverest for another photo. #SorryNotSorry

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The main components are as follows:

  • Shoulders: Slaughterhouse Spaulders
  • Chest: Glacial Robe
  • Hands: Moonfeather Handwraps
  • Waist: Nethershard Girdle
  • Feet: Treads of Alacrity
  • Cloak: Fen-Yu, Fury of Xuen
  • Weapon: Karabor Starsinger’s Staff

I hope you like it! 🙂

 

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Z and Cinder’s Blog Challenge #17

Z and Cinder’s Blog Challenge #17

Best dressed 

I’m behind with this as I really wanted to build an awesome mog to show off, but I haven’t had the time (read: been having too much fun in current content) to do it. So, I’ll show you a couple of favourites. These are are all available to view plus *many* more… Look on the subcategories on the right of the screen where there are many mogs from ages past (I will be updating these as we transmog after gearing).

Most of these are monk mogs actually… I seem to enjoy mogging her more than my Mage, which is strange as I play the mage way more. Perhaps it suits the monk’s character?! 

This was built especially for The Tweeters Guild. Love those shoulders.

Lou wore this for nearly the whole of MoP. I think the belt and cloak matchyness was my favourite.

Monk healing set. So purdy.

Go-to drood set. Haven’t changed it since she was created. I love the flowers blooming on the staff.

Fairly standard leather set here, but with the awesome weapons.

Another favourite. I think it’s the tabard here that I really love… with the accessories of the headband and belt. 

And just for fun… my witches outfit 😀

She’s already shown you loads, so here’s one of my favourites.

Look at that badassery. Such a dude.


All of mine are also under the subcategories on the right. Enjoy!

Dress Up – Hero AND Vanilla!

I want to get all my unfinished blogging challenges done for a fresh start in the New Year, so here are the last two from @GPBatinna’s Dress Up challenge:

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Hero

We have actually blogged this before and Mr B actually worn it! I hope you’re proud ^^ This is Mr B’s DK in his Ironman mog. Click here for the items and descriptions.

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I had to check exactly what this meant, and the idea is the original Warcraft game, not the colour. Hmmm… /ponders. I have decided to do the last raiding tier of Vanilla, which is Naxxramas. I also really like this raid (and the mogs!) and I even have the weapon I’m using here (even though I’ve never mogged it as nothing really does it justice).

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Items

All items are the Frostfire set from Naxx (head, shoulders, robe, gloves, feet and waist).

The weapon is Charmed Cierge which drops from Naxx 10N.

I’ve really enjoyed this challenge from Batinna. I’ve especially enjoyed the farmer and princess challenges, although I know Mr B enjoyed the hero and knight ones! Thanks @GPBatinna!

 

 

Dress Up – Nature!

Welcome back to the Nature edition of Dress Up by @GPBatinna.

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When I think of nature, I think of the elements. Air, Fire, Water, Earth. I also think of the weather.

I have lots of transmogs which remind me of ‘nature’, let’s have a look at a few:

Mr B’s Shaman, who likes to Thundershock things…

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My Shaman has loads, as I’ve always kept to what I think Shamanism is about: communing with nature.

Water and Air (a very old photo, so not a good quality, sorry!)…

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Fire and metal…

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Earth and nature…

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My Priest, who has a big affiliation with Light…

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Or a newbie Druid in her level 1 robes?

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Or my Hunter, who I wanted to show as being ‘earthy’ and primal, hunting in the woods with the animals…

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My Mage, who has always had an Ice/Frost or Fire mog….

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Most of these mogs, if you’re interested, can be found on the navigation bar on the right hand side, under Transmogrification.

Dress Poor!

Another awesome blog challenge for us to enjoy, this one by Batinna. Check out her blog here.

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I probably won’t have time to go out and farm the gear (as much as I want to), BUT I might cheat and use mogit to show you what I’d do… I hope Batinna forgives me 😉

Anyway, this week is “poor”. I first thought about the recession, then about clothes I couldn’t buy, then about how I wish I could sew. THEN I remembered that my mage is a tailor and can make her own clothes! So… off I went and with a budget of 15g and some linen cloth, I made my own set of totally dapper clothes:

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Items:

Embroidered Hat: free! Oh, I bought some thread for 8 copper…

Reinforced Linen Cape: free!

Brown Linen Robe: free!

Heavy Linen Gloves: free!

Linen Belt: free!

Russet Boots: free!

Walking Stick: 2g from the vendor in Elwynn Forest

Of course, the drawback to making your own clothes out of left over cloth is that you can’t go being an adventurer as you die really easily. Hmm…