A Transmogging ‘Ooops’

I decided today to get a transmog set for my Shaman, Petaline.  I chose the Sundered mail set, but that wasn’t entirely availabe on the AH, but the Defender mail set pretty much matches, and I managed to get bits of that and cobble a new outfit together.

I didn’t think of one thing though.

Peta has quite a dark skin tone, and in some lights the dark blue part of the pants mathces that very well.. And she looks like she is commando.  Which caused much hilarity to the people in my raid tonight.

But other than that, isn’t she pretty ^^


Equal Opportunities Transmogging!

There have been a lot of posts about skimpy outfits on female character in WoW now transmogging is available.  But here I have proof that you can have skimpy male outfits too.


This gorgeous hunk of a Night Elf is my GM‘s Druid, and I think he looks great!

Mogging. Because IRL I’d Never Look Like That.

I wasn’t that into mogging when it came out. Quite a few of my guildies spent a lot if time running old school raids to get the perfect outfit, but me? Nah, I just ran endless dungeons or levelled ANOTHER alt. When the patch did hit, I found out a vendor in Archerus sold the DK starting gear, so I did buy a set of that for Moraith, but that was it.

Then last week I thought sod it. I had race changed Morrigu back to a Night Elf (I’ve fallen out of love with Worgen), and after this post by a guild mate, I made her a Black Mageweave set, mainly for shits and giggles, but also because I would never look good in that sort of thing in real life, so why not dress my character that way? Don’t get me wrong, women of any size and shape can look amazing in the right outfit, but the wrong outfit can make even the skinniest person look bad. And on the subject, don’t try and kid yourself you are a size lower than you actually are, ill fitting clothes can make you look bigger than you really are, so there really is no point. Anyway, back on topic…

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