Merry Christmas Azeroth (or Winter Veil I guess), and welcome back to the second part of our series where we look at transmog for the average adventurer.
Meaning that we don’t (always) pick the biggest shoulderpad or the flashiest sword. We’re also not too picky about matching colors at all times.
Part 1 of the Transmog for the Average Adventurer can be found here.
Part 2 is all about the holiday but without using any of the Winter Veil gear.
Kul tiran Viking Warlord
Santa isn’t the only beared fellow from the north. The Viking Warlord is as well.
For this I used a Kul Tiran, but the set looks good on all manner of races like normal Humans, Dwarves and Orcs.
This set used some great new pieces from the Shadowlands as well as a few older ones.
Zandalari Troll Gold Hunter
Gold is often used when decorating for Christmas, it is also used to decorate the entire Zandalari Empire.
You might be thinking that gold isn’t fitting for the average adventurer, but for the Zandalari gold is the only way to go.
This is the transmog I personally use on my main Hunter, and I thought it was fitting here due to the ornamental gold look.
Dwarven Shaman Winter King
This Dwarf Shaman is doing his best Christmas tree impression.
There are a ton of great simple transmog options for Dwarven Shamans, and similar sets can easily be done in other colors.
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Highmountain Tauren Druid
Nothing says Christmas like a huge biped bovine dressed in red, with plenty of places to hang ornaments.
I started making this set as a joke but now I lowkey want to seriously use it on my Tauren.
For the ho-ho-horde!
That’s it for now, we’ll be posting more every week in the Transmog section.
Have any ideas or questions, leave a comment below.
Merry Christmas and Winter Veil!