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Transmog Tuesday #11

by - 9 years ago

It’s another round of Transmog Tuesday, where we take a look at the best looking Nephalem submitted by YOU, showcase them for the world to see, and figure out what makes them tick. If you’re going to slay demons, shouldn’t you look good doing it?

Are you a fan of simplistic transmog sets? In prior submissions, such as Lala’s Monk, we’ve showcased a few sets where players embrace lightweight garb in order to quickly maneuver through their enemies. Fellow BlizzPro reader, Chris, sheds all hefty-looking gear and welcomes in a light, springy Demon Hunter. This Demon Hunter utilizes four different colors of dye to pull of the spring look! Chris notes that he tends to use Vanishing Dye on the shoulders of Demon Hunters to keep it with the simplified theme. He also admits that he probably spends more time on the Mystic’s Transmog tab than on the Enchanting tab (which is totally acceptable). Thanks for the submission, Chris!

Looking to pair up your new speedy transmog look with a matching build? Check out ThreeDays’ write-up on the Armageddon Natalya’s Demon Hunter, which features an fast paced style of play!


Shoulders – None – Vanishing Dye
Hands – Grips – Purity Dye
Legs – Poleyns – Aquatic Dye
Two-hander – Windlass

Do you have a transmog set that you are particularly proud of to show off to the world? Does your Crusader look like an angelic soldier sent by Akkhan himself? Is your Wizard so beautiful that she slays demons with her looks alone? If so, send the following to LtLunatic@blizzpro.com:

  • A high quality picture of your character at the main menu or the in-game menu;
  • A list of each item used for the transmog set along with the color of dye of each piece (see format above);
  • A brief description of your theme; and
  • Your name (We want to give you the credit!)

That’s it! We will choose our favorite submissions and feature them in future Transmog Tuesday posts. Time to let those creative juices flow!

JR Cook

JR has been writing for fan sites since 2000 and has been involved with Blizzard Exclusive fansites since 2003. JR was also a co-host for 6 years on the Hearthstone podcast Well Met! He helped co-found BlizzPro in 2013.

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