cant wait for the 30 comments "i hate this set" "this is a bad set" "they never make good sets" bet those same people make that comment on every media set, every time a new tier comes out
my only problem is that these balls in the neck seems to be highlighted only in the set where's it is orange. all the other ones, this detail seems to disappear...
Is it just me or is the helm and the wings/back piece look really off with this? I need to see how this looks in game and how the back bits move as it just looks awkward to me at the moment.
oversized joke.... bring back legion designers please....
Can't wait to try it on PTR or dressing room, it could look well if animations are correct
bring back legion designers.... this is terrible looking tho
Man I love this set! Wonder if the blue is for Alliance and red for Horde. The belt is gorgeous! Imagine all the possibilities <3
Can we please have wowhead model viewer links to these sets? I want to see if the strings are solid or if they flow with movement.
This set kind of reminds me of Shredder from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles lol
"earlier this week" my booty.
One of the better sets... but that's not saying much.
Not the best, but passable without the hat.
Probably the only decent set along with the paladin one.It's pretty obvious these previews are lacking cloth physics on the shoulders and belt, it'll look a lot better once properly rendered/animated.Only downside is the helmet imho, but hiding it works just fine.Will make a great set for an orcish monk "blademaster"!
by far the best set of the newer tier sets. i could even live with the horns but if they ended up changing the helm to just be a mask with like a bandana with a glowy effect thats be 10x better
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