Head: Mistdancer Helm
Shoulders: Crafted Malevolent Gladiator’s Ironskin Spaulders
Chest: Vest of Forceful Fury
Hands: Gorepetal’s Gentle Grasp
Waist: Conductor’s Multi-Pocket Girdle
Legs: Hollowheart Trousers
Feet: Contendor’s Wyrmhide Boots
Check out the whole set on Wowhead.
Okay, please don’t ask me what I was drinking when I went and labeled all the image files “cloth transmog.” This is a set for monks so, yeah, we’re talking handworked animal skins, not floral cotton/silk blends.
And speaking of monks, I’m so happy with this set, you have no idea. It’s not so much that I even like the look, though I do, it’s that it looks like something a monk would wear. Because they’re a (comparatively) new class, I sometimes struggle with the monk aesthetic. I know what a druid looks like. I know what a rogue looks like. But what a monk looks like, when he’s not wearing that classic limpet-shell hat? No freaking clue.
But this set, this works! This looks like a — oh, he’s wearing the hat, isn’t he?
Head: Titan-Forged Chain Helm of Triumph
Shoulders: Spaulders of Incoherence
Back: Wolfsfur Greatcloak (Horde Only)
Chest: Banded Armor
Hands: Prankster’s Fingers
Waist: Banded Girdle
Legs: Deathscale Leggings
Feet: Steelmaw’s Stompers
Main-Hand: Expert’s Longbow
View the whole set on Wowhead.
So again, there’s something a little unfair about tagging an outfit as “Shaman-friendly” when the model is carrying around a hulking great bow in all the example images. But apart from that — and, let’s face it, finding a replacement by way of a large bronze stick with spikes coming out of it isn’t especially hard — this mail transmog set is free of class-specific and faction-specific limitations, thank heavens for that.
Wolfsfur Greatcloak (Horde Only)
Okay, apart from that one.
The cloak is a quest reward from Frostfire Ridge, a zone that stubbornly insists on being the stomping ground of the Horde. If you’re Alliance and Durotan’s not willing to give you the time of day, or you’re a Hordie whose already quested through Frostfire Ridge because, well, who hasn’t these days, you’re out of luck.
What can I say, kids? Better luck next time.