Transmog Gear – Dreadnaught’s Battlegear

Transmogging is the “art” of changing the current look of you gear for some other gear set. So if you went your new raid set to look like some level 15 noob’s, you can. Or make you PvP set look like the raid set, or… You get the idea.

So I’m going to be posting various gear sets over the next few weeks, or until I get bored.

So for the first set:

Our Lovely Ms. Belf models this year’s transmog gear: a tier 3 (level 60) raid set, the Dreadnaught’s Battlegear. Good luck digging it up though, as most of it was from the old Naxx dungeon and the Lich King moved and changed that. If you’re lucky, and rich, you might be able to find the bits on the black market Auction House. Not sure as to the availability of lookalikes.

Basically, I’m just putting it up because it’s kinda cool. Originally it was a tanking set.

Dreadnaught's Battlegear, a Tier 3 Raid Transmog Set

 

And the Mighty Mr. Smith shows off the same gear, but with the Might of Menethil, another unavailable iterm.

Human in Dreadnaught's Battlegear

Other transmog gear sets will be shown later, and they will be available in game, unless they look particularly interesting. 😉 Check the Transmog category for all the transmog gear posts. Eventually there will be a bunch.

Please share and like the post if you enjoyed it. 

PS: The Dreadnaught’s Battlegear is (was) a Warrior set.

1 thought on “Transmog Gear – Dreadnaught’s Battlegear”

  1. There are a few things I do in World of Warcraft. I raid. I do dungeons and scenarios for valor points and also to test out specs and gear optimization for use later in raids. I run LFR for gear to use as a stopgap in later raids, or to supplement my bad luck (for instance, I really really need a trinket). And I do a lot of older content, because I am a transmogrification junkie and I always have a hankering for a new look. Every few months, I get the urge to PvP because I remember the six months I spent PvPing at the end of Vanilla and the on and off arena days of The Burning Crusade with equal parts fondness and loathing, and when fondness overwhelms loathing I go give it another shot. These are the things I do in World of Warcraft. Everything else, I either don’t do, or I do haphazardly. I don’t do cooking anymore at all — I used to, but one look at the current state of cooking and how intertwined it seems to be with the Tillers completely soured me on it. I don’t do the Tillers. I only do dailies until I no longer need the rep to buy something and then I never do them again. I have two professions that I like to keep maxed, but I rarely do anything with them for profit, I just have them for the raiding benefits. In short, I play World of Warcraft to kill things and to look good while I do it. And that’s enough for me. But I know it’s not enough for everyone. Mists of Pandaria will be six months old this April 21st, and for a lot of people, it’s the expansion that increased choices — the expansion that expanded their options. And in fact, it did so for me, as well. Because one of the great things about options is that they are optional, and you can choose not to do them. So for me some of the greatest aspects of Mists of Pandaria have been all the things I haven’t bothered to do.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.