Nice transmogs, also like the new additions for the Garrison calculator.
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@eastdabeast if I could i would upvote that comment xDON TOPIC: Love you guys always keep us up to date.Thanks so much.
love that skul
Very nice! Would also enjoy some Black Tooth Grin, Thunderlord, Stormreaver, and Mok'Nathal outfits.
Thanks, I will update--my Garrison has been quite buggy and I didn't see the faction requirement so I assumed they weren't 100% attached to the Laughing Skull yet.
Laughing Skull hunter and rogue gear
On the subject of Garrisons, but almost completely off this subject (but also not really) I have a question that's bugged me that would be nice to know the answer to before I jump into WoD in a few months. We all know you get X amount of plots for your Garrison. But there's also outposts and I see that there's quests where you can put either one type of building or another in the outpost.So, let's say I get to the outpost portion of a zone and decide I want to make said outpost a Trading Post (hah! I was on subject, who knew?). Would it be upgradeable to the point where I could get the level 2 and 3 benefits from it, so I wouldn't need to build a trading post in my Garrison? Would I need a trading post in my Garrison to place on in the outpost? Am I just completely missing the point of outposts?
Outposts are separate from Garrisons--I am currently working on a guide to all the outposts and listing exactly what they do/don't do.Outposts give you zone-wide buffs, and depending on which outpost you choose, a unique questline and follower for your Garrison. Completing several outpost quests also rewards you with currency with which you can buy Level 2 Garrison buildings.You can't level your outpost city and they don't affect your buildings back at your Garrisons. Each zone has an outpost and there are two choices per zone for your outpost's flavor. After you choose your outpost in a zone, it automatically appears--no leveling needed.
is it me or (atleast from Horde races) the tauren is the only one that looks good in that skull mask? ot looks so thick and detached from everyone else's faceAlso, I'm sorry guys but the Horde transmog gears look nice, this draenei plate is a bit.....meh
Nice work like always Perculia and Wowhead! The Laughing Skull... skulls? are looking sweetEdit: Also, I know it doesn't has to do anything with the guide, but the helms on human males seem to be twitching each 4 secs or so (idk if its happening to other races)
Finally some Draenei-inspired transmog! It really looks nice.
That BoA plate belt should come with flavor text "Does this make me look fat?"
Oooo a plate set my mage will so love not using that.
I always love more tabards to collect. And I'm definitely wanting that bone wasp over the nether ray. Is it November yet?
It looks like they're making First Aid useful. Anyone have information about the tonics and healthstones mentioned?Edit: Duh. Healthstones from warlocks, right...Are tonics coming from First Aid, and replacing Healing Potions from Alchemy...? Or are they double-profession (i.e., available from BOTH alchemy and first aid)?
Is it hard to believe blizzard designers can't do anything better than that.After TBC gear models and textures are getting worse with every new patch.