Does anyone know what you see in the concept art, on the right side of the plate set? It's like a floating head, maybe one of the new pets?
imagine this on tauren/worgen.Blizz will never be able to makes head pieces look good on them
Dead Cells roleplaying set
This is really, really good ; but it really makes the others seem way underwhelming. I am hoping that the flame effect that *this* one has, gets implemented into the others in some way - It would really bring the others up.
definitely the best looking of all 4 broker sets
This is the only one from those 4 that actually looks great. Wow!
The DK set, maybe. The Paladin and Warrior tier sets? Kind of ehh...
Feels forced. The beings around oribos are too similar to the brokers. The oribos people, the brokers, the zerith mortis stuff is too much. It's like brokers and oribos people and first ones and factory themed gear going everywhere, going to seem like all players support this lore and story. Those of you who like this stuff, that's on you, but not all fans of wow and customers and players like or want this area so focused on, and would rather have gear from other cultures we have more of a connection and experience with. If they had done this with highmountain gear, nightborne gear, arakkoa gear, ogre gear, etc, with a cloth or leather or mail or plate set from them, and belts with trinkets and pouches and scrolls and drums hanging from them, we'd have a lot of cool cultural gear from npcs, civilians, citizens (not just heritage armor). For instance an arakkoa shawl and satchel and torn scarf would be cool and have way more meaning to me than all this gear which all looks so similar and from beings we just met. Will I wear this stuff? No, but that doesn't stop the writer from writing is 'grand' spectacle stuff into the game and making it what wow is all about, so it's sad and annoying to see that only what the writer wants us to care about, is what we'll get. The ethereals already cover the role that they are giving to the brokers, and at least the ethereals and k'aresh before them are people like we are and not cosmic unknowable beings. Most of our peoples and cultures would not be championing first ones, arbiter people, brokers, zerith mortis themed stuff, as it goes against most of our people's traditions, customs, beliefs, ideals, heritages, etc.Not all players or characters support these beings or the shadowlands or zerith mortis so making so much gear from these people and places makes it seem like we all care, but honestly I denounce the first ones and factories being in wow as it makes a lot of what I love meaningless, so I can't wear gear that represents these things. They should go back to smaller stories and peoples and give us outfits from them, not just these new beings and places we know nothing about other than the writer is telling us to care about them.
art looks way better
Looks like a fishbowl on a Tauren...
Where did my HEAD GO?
"Not all players or characters support these beings or the shadowlands or zerith mortis so making so much gear from these people and places makes it seem like we all care, but honestly I denounce the first ones and factories being in wow as it makes a lot of what I love meaningless, so I can't wear gear that represents these things."You do know transmog exists right? Also who in the world gauges player opinions by the gear they are wearing...
Pretty cool! I probably wouldn't use the helm, because it's a bit too crazy, but the rest is very nice.
I didn't think I was going to like the plate one based on the concept art, but the in game version is easily the best of the four. The helmet is both literally and metaphorically "lit."