This ain’t one of those things.

I’ve mentioned briefly that my son loves his Worgen Warlock, Wooffie.

Perhaps I should say that he loves the appearance and the idea of Wooffie. Wooffie looks amazing. Big old evil Worgen Warlock.

I’ve been playing Wooffie a lot, lately.

What can I tell you? I loved my Warlock so much that once I’d taken her as far as I could possibly go, I wanted more Warlock goodness. So, I stole his and leveled and now I’m gearing.

The big shock to me is how much difference Haste makes to fun. Nothing says fun quite like massive loads of haste in your Incinerate casts. Flipping from my Warlock to my sons and back again in combat drives me to consider throwing all weighting models out the window in favor of stacking haste. Screw DPS results, I want to click buttons faster.

But I digress.

If someone ever writes the story of my life and where it went so laughably wrong, they should call it “But I Digress”.

Who am I kidding. It would be called Bearwall. And now that I consider it, that shall be the name of my next fantasy novel. Make it so.

So, Wooffie, Worgen and Warlocks.

He has two transmogs he loves, the Voidheart and the Corrupter Tier set from SSC. They mostly come out of SSC. Mostly.

I like that red set too, which is why I sport it exclusively on my own Warlock. But Wooffie has taken it a step beyond, and then some.

As I’ve been gearing, the Cub logs in to check it out, test things and see how he plays. One of his favorite things is to mount up and see what the red Fire and Brimstone effect does to various mounts.

The other thing he does is test what the items he’s getting look like un-transmogged.

Imagine my surprise when I log in and see that he has removed the transmog on a couple of pieces of new gear, leaving an appearance that blew me away.

My friends, I present to you the new Playable Race for World of Warcraft, the Sha-touched.

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He removed the transmog from the Tier 14 Sha-Skin Regalia normal helm and LFR gloves, and left all the rest of his set alone. With the beastly Worgen stance, he looks like some Sha-touched creature dressed like a Warlock, as if some spell into the nether went horribly wrong.

God, I love this look. I don’t even know if swapping for the normal gloves or the LFR helm would improve it, somehow the reddish helm with the blue gloves just work, even though they’re from different difficulty sets.

I don’t know if you’ve seen this helm, but it has living effects, the jaws open and close, breath comes out, twitches. It’s just like having a different head on your body.

This is the kind of thing that makes me finally look at transmog as something other than a way to have your character wear a full set as Blizzard intended.

I have to ask, what kinds of mixed sets do you have that you love? Is there a special blend of mountain-grown Warlock stuffs that you just adore? Is there something that works better for your race than anything else?

Oh, and by the way… here are a few pics of his favorite Fire and Brimstone mounts.

First, the Heart of the Aspects.

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And then, because Alex wanted to make sure you knew that if you were riding the Heart of the Aspects underwater it turned into a sea serpent;

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Then the Sandstone Drake… or, as Alex put it, the Bloodstone Drake;

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And finally…. the one Alex was most adamant I take a screenshot of. The Abyssal Seahorse. Blood in the Water? Yikes!

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8 Responses to “Some Things Defy Description”
  1. Kemonojin says:

    Those are amazingly nifty pics. Cublet has an eye for stuff. Is hard to tell from the picture, do the wings on the giant flappy gold dragon actually disappear in water?

    The bloodstone drake looks cool as hell, too.

  2. Tesh says:

    This is the sort of tomfoolery that I love. Well done, bears!

  3. Sprowt says:

    I love the heart of aspect in water, it looks so cool :-) That and it’s special move (/mountspecial) are brilliant :-)

  4. Aestalas says:

    My hunter has a mish-mash of gear xmogs that make an effect that would probably look much better on a shaman…however, I love the look on my hunter. Some of it is Contender/Reg-MOP-Dungeon gear, some from BC, some from LK and an orange shirt underneath for the connect-the-dots between the shoulders and gloves.

    http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/Velen/baraskatur/advanced

    I’m toying with the idea of buying the flaming “V” helm from the Blizz Store to complete the set. Will probably buy it regardless of whether I use it or not.

  5. Katzbalger says:

    Nice! I’m tempted to try that out on my goblin lock, but…I couldn’t give up his Vengeful Gladiator’s Dreadweave Hood, because WINGS WHEN I JUMP! And I jump as often as possible ;p Also a bit of an assortment, vengeful, guardian, 3 pieces nemesis, egg-warming blanket (a boe from a wotlk rare) and staff of infinite mysteries from kara, which unfortunately you can’t see on my armory, wish they’d put the ability to change armory poses back in :/

    http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/arthas/Bunduki/simple

  6. Mannyac says:

    umm..doesn’t “next novel” imply there was previous, ahem,finished novel?

    Just sayin…

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