The section about Hunter pets is actually for the Unholy Death Knight permanent ghoul pet.
the shoulders of the hunter's set loads with the pandaren male model
Hm, I'm going to assume that the belt is missing from the Mage Tier model.
Ugh. Back to skirts. Can I swap for the DK gear?
Loathe having to wear a skirt... thank heavens for the transmog.. although it would be nice to have a tier set once in a while that I didn't feel the need to mog out of.
The warlock t16 is the only thing thats anything worth by looks!
So is the new Shaman tier supposed to only have one shoulder?Honestly, I think that would look really cool. If not, oh well. Looks really good anyways.
When you deal critical periodic damage with your Shadow Word: Pain, you also create a shadowy version of yourself that floats towards the target and deals 0 Shadow damage.Eh - hu?
Suppose Drakedog will now play monk (according to the set) :D
Low level protection warriors even more godly...are you seriously whining about low level protection warriors? Balance at max level is the goal, if it creates imbalances at low levels, you may be the only person who cares.This is effectively a two button aggro builder for protection warriors when they need to pick up adds. Who cares about sub 90 pvp?
Seriosly the T16 looks failure. The set doesn't have the a specific look for the specific class, the warrior set looks more like a rogue set, it looks like made only of leather, hunters don't look like "hunters", their set looks like plate, every set looks like made of stone-cloth-iron, T15 was really awesome! u could define the set of the class without knowing which class wear it, others do so. I don't like at all, i can't define which is the set for mage and which is for priests because theres no difference between them..stone-iron-cloth, nothing more.
Wow I love the way corps just don't get it even when the dam is open and they are losing millions STOP ! killing warriors and trying your hardest to make a mage just another warlock isn't the way to go guys atm I cant find a raid to take my warrior in even though he is ilvl 530 and my mage is still way below par for ilvl 532 because of mana restraints .You guys are hearing the rude and the babies and it is killing wow .
Ultimatum: Your Shield Slam criticals make your next Heroic Strike or Cleave cost no Rage and be a guaranteed critical strike.Meaning Prot gets a Buff, that's new.... And means that low-lvl Prot warriors will be EVEN MORE Godly.Nah, it's a nerf for most prot warriors. Since it only procs from crits, rather than the fixed 30% chance, and we've got a less than 15% crit chance, we wind up having it proc less than half as often. The guaranteed crit isn't enough to overcome that.Actually, with Riposte it may very well end up being a buff although very slight at best.
So is the new Shaman tier supposed to only have one shoulder?Honestly, I think that would look really cool. If not, oh well. Looks really good anyways.I noticed the same thing. But when I use the 3d viewer, after it loads, it says "Loading Error :(" so I would assume it's just a bug or such.I think they wanted to go with a bit more simplistic way this tier, at least for me most of the stuff looks that way.
You know what really grinds my gears? T16 mage: Chronomancer. T13 mage: Time lordChrono = timeBlizz, w...t...f... Did you base this on Alter Time maybe?If you did, real smooth...
Why is the change to "Glory of the Ulduar Raider" only for 10-man? And does that mean no more mount?
Why is the change to "Glory of the Ulduar Raider" only for 10-man? And does that mean no more mount?It's probably irrelevant, just a tooltip change.And even if the achievement wouldn't be account-wide anymore (which would only affect players that don't have it yet) the mount would still be account-wide after you earned it once.So is the new Shaman tier supposed to only have one shoulder?Honestly, I think that would look really cool. If not, oh well. Looks really good anyways.I noticed the same thing. But when I use the 3d viewer, after it loads, it says "Loading Error :(" so I would assume it's just a bug or such.Nah, the Modelviewer just has some problems with one-side shoulders, it couldn't show e.g. Spaulder of the Untrained at first either. Will likely get fixed quickly.
I think that warrior gear makes Taurens look like beasts! I'll be rocking that!
Am I the only one who thinks the Warrior set would be so much better if Blizzard didn't try to cram in this Titan theme along with the SoO armour style? Its this despiration for over the top detail that overall ruins the model. Even look at the Rogue set: In the past it has had "not so stealthy" designs, but this one? Gold and Orange with Ice Blue accents, no one will ever see me coming...The mage set I am actually impressed with the designers because whoever they are, they tracked back on the previous tiers and built upon them, progressing the designs that worked to become something even greater as we near the end of the expansion!The Priest set to me seems very lackluster, with some feather particle effects to try and make it something more, again too heavily influenced by the themes of the expansion more than what the class truly represents. Not always bad thing, but in this case it really didn't work. The Warlock set seems to have followed the same path as the Priest's. The set seems very conflicted about what it wants to be, taking inspiration from old Warrior Shoulders and a very bazaar helmet. Overall, in comparison to the upcoming PvP Warlock set, this "Horned Nightmare" seems very flat and almost too cartoonish to really portray that menacing, twisted, and cruel theme of a Master of the Dark Arts.The Druid set actually brought a tear to my eye when it was revealed, its just not there any more, you know? The set seems so artificial, which is completely against what Druid sets have been in the past. A couple of bright blue leaves (No, I have no idea either) accented with yet more swirly stone designs! What happened to the wildlife? What happened to the nature?The Monk sets, as many people predicted, seem to be having a hard time defining themselves while still fitting in with the rest of the world, and this one is a prime example. One of the major pitfalls these sets seem to fail at is synergy with ALL the races capable of wearing them. Check for yourself now, try it on an Orc. The design is trying to define itself too much, make itself stand out with stark white panels. (Though they get points for trying with the battle damage)The Hunter set, if one can even call it that? In this post I am trying to be honest and not come across as just hating and being negative on the sets, but I struggle to imagine one single person that actually would want this on a Hunter! However, we must take into account the fact that this set is clearly incomplete, and fingers crossed there will be major changes to the set to make it actually somewhat resemble the class it is to be worn by. The Shaman set I will only touch on lightly because it has made the exact same errors as the Druid set, there is just too much influence of the expansion/Patch, and there just isn't enough room left to define the Class underneath. But I have to give credit to the designers of this set, very clever and subtle links to old Shaman sets have been made here, and the idea of a Titan theme seems to somehow be the right direction? Something about how Shamans are so attuned to creation and Balance, and the Titans created the world around us, keeping it in balance.The Deathknight, "Cyclopean Dread", feels like just another stepping stone in the trend of all Deathknight sets slowly losing touch with their original "Undead Scourge Tyrant" themes and just melting into an amalgamation of random themes with blue armour. I won't knock the name of the set just yet, for we know very little official information about the Patch, so there could be some heavy influence on this Cyclops theme. Personally, however, a Deathknight will always be about skulls, runes, and black spikes. I want my Deathknight to be bad to the bone, I want him to wear a belt of skulls and have jagged black armour, perhaps a hood for a change. (Think of the Deathknight starter hood, just a bit more glorified.)The Paladin set I am quite looking forward to, in comparison to the others at least. The 5.3 set seems to have lost the feel of a Harbinger of the Light in the place of lots and lots of Lightning, but this one really followed back to the good roots of the class, and taking inspiration from the really successful sets. (Does the colour scheme look familiar?) I know a lot of people disagree with the over the top helmet, especially on the bulky classes there is a lot of clipping. And as always, skirts worked alright before, but we need at least the option for variation, perhaps a boss drop with a non class-specific model of legplates that fit this set.I covered the Warrior and the Rogue in my opening paragraph, I don't think I need to add any more. I thank you if you took the time to read all of this, and as always this is completely personal opinion. As an aspiring professional artist, I quite enjoyed analyzing the sets and all the feedback I have seen on other forums have really shown how the community as a whole reacts to certain concepts, and what people envision when you hear the word, "Paladin" or "Warlock". Sadly I won't get to equip these sets myself as my four month break from the game will pretty much mean no 5.4 for me, but I look forward to hearing what players think of the sets when they hit live, and how the sets have been influenced by player responses here!~ Isaac.
The Shaman set I will only touch on lightly because it has made the exact same errors as the Druid set, there is just too much influence of the expansion/Patch, and there just isn't enough room left to define the Class underneath. But I have to give credit to the designers of this set, very clever and subtle links to old Shaman sets have been made here, and the idea of a Titan theme seems to somehow be the right direction? Something about how Shamans are so attuned to creation and Balance, and the Titans created the world around us, keeping it in balance.~ Isaac.I am only going to reply to this one piece because it is the only one relevant to me but the Tier 16 Shaman set looks too much like the T4 set in my opinion and I don't see the Titan influence at all, except for the shoulders. Even then, it looks too much like a mage piece.