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Warlords of Draenor Transmog Set Database and Guides Live
31/10/2014 em 12:55
transmog set database
for Warlords of Draenor is now live! We've added several hundred new sets to the database which you can browse by image.
All of the new sets can be browsed at
Database > Transmog Sets with the "Added in Expansion: WoD"
filter on. You can also search by style, including sets that are related to
, look like
Warlords LFR Gear
, or resemble
Click here to browse all the new transmog sets!
In addition to the database, we've updated our transmog set guides for all classes with the new sets as well as details on how you can obtain them.
All Transmog Sets for Death Knights
All Transmog Sets for Druids
All Transmog Sets for Hunters
All Transmog Sets for Mages
All Transmog Sets for Monks
All Transmog Sets for Paladins
All Transmog Sets for Priests
All Transmog Sets for Rogues
All Transmog Sets for Shaman
All Transmog Sets for Warlocks
All Transmog Sets for Warriors
As there are many new and returning players in Warlords, we wanted to quickly go over all the transmog tools on Wowhead so you can easily plan out the most fashionable outfit!
Transmog Set Database
Our transmog set database is one of the most popular parts of Wowhead.
Transmog Set Database
groups together all items in the game by their looks.
Since transmog is all about visuals, this database is browsable with image thumbnails of each set in addition to the traditional text view. Mousing over each image brings up a complete image of the set.
You can browse sets by class with our filters. These filters include PvE and PvP tier items as well as BoE, dungeon, quest, and crafted sets:
Some sets have "Recolor" or "Lookalike" after their name. A Recolor set shows that a set is identical to other sets with the same name, but a different tint. For example, LFR and Heroic variations of a Normal set are marked as Recolors.
Lookalike refers to an identical version of a PvE or PvP tier set that can be acquired without any class specific gear. If you compare
this T10 transmog set
, you'll notice the first includes Priest tier gear like
Capucho do Acólito Carmesim
while the second set excludes Priest-only gear.
We've also gone through all the sets and assigned the sets Styles--useful if you don't remember the name of a set but somewhat remember where it dropped from.
Classic World Set
covers BoE and crafted items from vanilla and TBC.
cover all gear associated with 5-player dungeons, and can be filtered further, including
currently include the Blessed Undead sets from the Naxxramas Invasions.
cover all armor associated with PvP and can be filtered further by PvP Season as well as additional sets like
replica Field Marshal/High Warlord gear
. Putting together a PvP set can be confusing as there are many items with the same name but slightly different coloration.
cover all gear primarily associated with raids, even if some items now have multiple sources. These sets can be filtered further by raid tier, and also include non-tier sets like
frost and fire resistance
nonset pieces from Naxxramas
cover quest sets split up by
We also have a powerful filter system that lets you narrow down search results so you can cut to the types of set you like.
At the top of
, you'll see a bunch of boxes and drop-down menus for things like level, item level, and source. Filling in information for one or all of these categories and then hitting "Apply Filter" will narrow down the results you get.
Immediately above the "Apply Filter" button is a white box with arrows--click on this to bring up additional filters. This covers the expansion a set was first seen in, recolor variations, and all the styles listed above.
If you click on the blue "Show Sources" button next to Quick Facts, you can see a filtered list of all the items in the set and where they are from.
If you click on the "Related" tab at the bottom of a transmog set page, you can see what other sets have that same appearance. For example: if you click on
, you will see a "Related" tab appear underneath the items in that particular set. This "Related" tab then lists five other color variations of Shadowcraft Armor.
In addition, there are many great screenshots and comments with weapon suggestions and other ways to make your set more unique!
Same Model As Tab
If you are visiting an item's page, click the
Same Model As
tab to see all gear with the same style--perhaps you want to see identical armor that's easier to get, or a recolor that has the same pattern.
With images for all items, players can easily scan for which alternative item they want to acquire. Click on the image to view it in our 3D modelviewer, or click on a name to be taken to that item's page.
We've added image search results, generated by our 3D Modelviewer, for all armor and weapons! To view the image results, simply click on the
tab next to the default
option after you run an items search. Clicking on an image will open up our 3D modelviewer, and clicking on the name will take you to the item's page.
This covers weapons, armor, and capes!
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