Mog Busting challenge

There’s a new mog challenge going around. Shoryl over at Tiny WoW Guild has put together a meme asking bloggers to help fellow players with a mog outfit for one of their characters. Since she’s tagged me, I’ve been supplied with the following background info:

Name: Sruith, female dwarf (US-Ysera)

Class: Shadow Priest

Item: Whitemane’s Chapeau

Notes: Sruith wants to have a great silhouette in shadow form, so she’s particularly fond of gloves with a little flair; but she also wants to look good when she’s pinch healing!  (Also, she will do plenty of dungeons, but no raiding, so while you don’t need to limit her to gear she can wear today, it would be nice to not have gear that is only available to raiders.)

Head: Whitemane’s Chapeau (Drop in Scarlet Monastery)
ShouldersPrimal Mooncloth Shoulders (Crafted by tailors of 365+ skill)
ChestPrimal Mooncloth Robe (Crafted by tailors of 375+ skill)
Waist: Voidweave Cilice (Drops off a rare in Nagrand)
Hands: Mana Shaping Handwraps (Loot from a box in BRD)
Feet: Eternal Boots (World Drop)
Main Hand: Cataclysmic Gladiator’s Energy Staff (PVP vendor)

Although a few of the items are tailor made, you don’t need to be the one to make them. The staff may be purchased once the season ends with honor.

As an alternative if you don’t mind wearing pants:

Alternative Option
Shoulder: Mindrage Pauldrons
Chest: Cindercloth Vest
Waist: Girdle of Prophecy
Legs: Mooncloth Leggings
Hands: Don Tayo’s Inferno Mittens
Feet: Vindicator’s Silk Footguards
Main Hand: Brutal Gladiators Battle Staff

So there you go Shoryl, hope you like one of those.

OK so my turn to tag. I’m asking Kamalia to create an outfit for my bald hunter.

Name: Tallys, female orc (US-Dath’remar)

Class: Hunter

Item: Rough Bronze Curiass

Notes: She does have a preference for bows and crossbows but doesn’t do any end-game raiding. She’s also a leatherworker who has quite a lot of the drop recipes.

Author: Cymre

A disc priest and relic hunter who loves collecting achievements, silver dragon shots and pets. Other hobbies include transmog / costumes, novelty items, class sets as well as all things pets.

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  1. They’re both beautiful! I think I’ll like the shoulders on the first one a little bit better for shadow form, and I also really love the red accents throughout the outfit as well.

    I really had to spend some time considering which one I’d like better, but ultimately I think I like the blue and white a bit better than the red.

    And thank you very much! I’ll be working on putting that set together as we level.

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    • So glad you like it, Shoryl :)

      I like the blue and white one too. I’ve seen a lot of people do that red vest with the hat but wasn’t sure if you were a pants kind of girl :P

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  2. It’s not actually the pants that get me, I think it’s that she looks like she’s shrugging with those shoulders. I’ve noticed that’s just a problem for the dwarf model and certain shapes of shoulders.
    The flatter look of the shoulders on the blue just works a little bit better on the dwarf model, imo.

    It honestly makes me want to consider putting together some ideas for sets for the entire dwarven dungeon crawl team… maybe it’s time for me to check out Mogit.

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