The more I look at this set, the more I’m unsure if it successfully walks the line between “fashionable” and “got dressed in the dark while drunk.”
Head: Crown of Malorne
Shoulders: Spaulders of Dinomancy
Chest: Daggerjaw Jerkin
Hands: Overgrowth Cutter Gauntlets
Waist: Cord of Nature’s Sustenance
Legs: Spider Venom Leggings
Feet: Forest Leather Boots
Main-Hand: Jagged Edge of Time
View the whole set on Wowhead.
I don’t keep this website updated as frequently as I should (on a related note, watch this space for updates on Legion’s leaked gear and weapons models sometime in the next decade), so it might surprise you to hear that I build some of these sets weeks, if not months, before they’re posted.
Why the delay? Honestly, formatting the posts and making the screen captures takes time I sometimes just don’t have. So the sets sit there, waiting patiently, for the day I’ll go through my drafts folder and go, “Oh yeah, that’s a thing,” and send it out for the world to enjoy.
That’s what happened this morning, except wasn’t so much, “Oh hey, check out the deft craftsmanship that went into this handmade transmog set I made several months ago” as, “uh, wait… why.” Like, the helm and the bone-coloured belt make sense, and even the shoulders could work in theory, but with the shoes and the dagger I’m kind of left scratching my head. Maybe somebody spiked my coffee with more LSD than usual that day. Anything’s possible.
So consider today’s transmog set a risky experiment. I think it looks good on night elves, but other races will find their mileage varies considerably.
If you guys have ideas re: a better weapon or shoes, hit me up in the comments.