Cloth transmog

Golden Shadows Priest Transmog

priest_mogHowdy Draenei Enthusiasts!  I have been waiting to post this mog for a long time. You know how it goes… come up with an awesome mog on a low-level character, level her, grind rep and then run the same raid on and off for like 8 months before all the pieces drop!  I had pretty much given up on that staff, but last week I had this feeling that if I logged in, it would drop. It did!! Hooray for priest-on-a-stick! 😀



Head – Cowl of Benevolence

Shoulders – Duskshallow Mantle

Chest – I’m wearing the Azure Silk Vest, but any sleeveless top would work

Tabard – Golden Lotus Tabard

Hands – Handwraps of Flowing Thought

Waist – Vestal’s Irrepressible Girdle

Legs – Spiritshroud Leggings

Feet – Invisiboots

Staff – Staff of Immaculate Recovery




With the Scryers Tabard, if you can’t fathom grinding Golden Lotus rep 😉

The Helm and Staff drop in Black Temple from Teron Gorefiend and Gurtogg Bloodboil, respectively. The shoulders are from Priestess Delrissa in normal Magister’s Terrace. Gloves from Attumen the Huntsman in Karazhan. The waist can be purchased in Stormwind (or Orgrimmar) with Justice Points, and the legs from the Beast in Upper Blackrock Spire. UBRS will be getting a revamp in Warlords or Draenor, so you might want to grab those now!

staffThis face in the staff is a little creepy!

-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog | Tags: , , , | 9 Comments

Legolene’s Fashion Dilemma

Hey fly peeps!  I’m on vacation this week, so please enjoy this guest post from Legolene! 

Hey everyone this is Legolene from WoW Adventurer and I need some advice with my latest transmog.  As a Draenei who is relatively new to the whole transmogrification game, I find myself at a crossroads as to what do do with my fire mages latest outfit.  I currently have this red and gold theme going on, solely inspired by the shoulders Mantle of False Virtue which was a drop from Archbishop Benedictus in Hour of Twilight.  Since I decided I really liked the shoulders, and the red theme was somehow fitting with my mage’s main spec which is fire, I’ve been sporting the Red Linen Robe as my main outfit.

But it’s time for a change, and this is where I need the readers of Pretty Fly for a Draenei to help me out.

Do I switch to the Replica Magisters Robes and leave it at that? I really love this robe, with the gold accents, but isn’t it a little, I dunno, two seasons ago?

Or do I go with this fab new blue and gold theme, and either keep the red and gold shoulders, or start looking for some new blue and gold ones?

Can anyone suggest cloth shoulders that would go well with this robe, the Mistscape Robe? I could really use some advice here.

Thanks Pretty Fly Draenei for allowing me to ask your readers for help with my fashion dilemma.

-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog | Tags: , | 5 Comments

5.2 Troll Gear Re-releases

When the troll raids Zul’Gurub and Zul’Aman were revamped as 5-man dungeons in Cataclysm, much of the of the original gear was either removed, or recolored for the updated loot tables.  Since this was before transmog, not many people had the old gear hanging around.  Blizzard seems to be keyed into how much people love to mog old sets though, and they have brought these back with the introduction of the Isle of Thunder!  All of these items drop off of mobs on the island, and except for the Corroded Hacker, they are all BOE, so check out your local auction house if you’re not able to visit the new dailies hub yet.  I really love this idea of re-introducing removed gear as random green drops.  I’m keeping my finger crossed that the old Scholomance and Scarlet Monastery gear re-appears soon.  In the mean time, check out these fly sets













 Transmog extras: Mooncloth Vest
This set actually comes with a dress whose model is already in game.
Since the pants and gloves are new, I wanted to show the off here.

For more info, check out wowhead’s write up of all the drops.  There are a ton more
weapons, a red and purple recolor of the Amani Regalia, and some pieces that were
missing from recolors of other sets.

-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog, Leather transmog, Mail transmog set, Plate transmog set | Tags: | 4 Comments

Love is In the Air


I posted this mog the other day on Twitter as just a ‘hey, this is what my mage is wearing now’ thing.  Then today, I was thinking about something to post here as a Valentine’s Day outfit, and I thought this is actually the perfect mog!  The dress reminds me of exactly how I dress in RL for V-day – show a little cleavage and actually put on a necklace 😀  I’m not much of a jewelry wearer, but I like to look a little fancy for our V-day nights out.  My Mr. and I met a few weeks before Valentine’s 6 years ago, and our first date was the weekend after.  We also got engaged on V-day 5 years ago, so it’s kind of an anniversary for us.

Anyhow, back to the mog 😉  I love the way these shoulders are just barely blue, which is the same color shown throughout the dress.  They also glow red, so I think they’re perfect!  Unfortunately, they are horde-only Tier 9 shoulders, so it doesn’t quite work for a fly Draenei *sad face*.  Well, I can’t let my belf have all the boobilicious fun, so I came up with a couple alternatives that look just as nice!

Belf’s Staff (Above)- Matsuba’s Breadmaker



I left the headpiece out of the Draenei mage mog, because it looks a little silly just plopped on top of a plain hairstyle.  I think it looks best with the croissantwich ponytail hairdo that my elf has.  Here it is on my paladin, for illustration purposes.  You can also see here that she has on the Wound Dressing underneath the dress for a little modesty panel.

felcloth hood
Here’s another version, playing up more of the red.

Head – Felcloth Hood

Shoulders – Consortium Mantle

Chest – Imperial Ghostbinder’s Robes

Hands –Muddied Crimson Gloves

Waist – Orbital Belt

The crimson gloves require Frenzyheart Tribe rep to purchase, but the Replica Virtuous Gloves, which are off-white, would work also.


Well, I hope if you celebrate V-day, you had a lovely one! If you don’t, I hope you had a nice Thursday 😀

-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog | Tags: , | 12 Comments

The Amazing Transmog Survivor Contest…

…that I did not survive! LOL

The equally amazing JD over at Amateur Azerothian is up to his craziness again.  This time he is running the “Amazing Transmog Survivor Contest“.  That guy and his wild ideas, I love them!!  This contest is a tad more simple than his previous contest.  Each round mogs must be submitted per his guidelines.  He’ll then pick one person to grant immunity too, and the rest of the entrants are subject to a randomly chosen axing.  He says it’s based on the rules of the show Survivor, and I’m going to believe him since I’ve never watched it 😉

As you can guess, I got the RNG boot in the first round. *sad face*  I love the challenge of coming up with a mog based on a prompt.  Oh well, I can still play by myself on my blog, teehee!  I don’t envy JD with trying to pick an immunity winner, as the first round entrants where all pretty awesome.  You can see them all here.

The first round challenge was to create a Disciple of Har’koa, as in someone who would perhaps worship or follow Har’koa.

I love the colors of the cat, the frosty white accented by an almost-aqua blue.  It actually inspired my previous post about my Ultimate Mog, since I kept hitting those pieces in MogIt while putting my entry together.  So, here she is, the Disciple that didn’t make it, lol:


Head – Titan-Forged Hood of Salvation

Shoulders – Titan-Forged Shoulderpads of Domination

Chest – Mooncloth Robe

Hands – Sanctified Crimson Acolyte Handwraps

Waist – Lingering Illness


Good luck to the remaining survivors!  Watch your back for that RNG, she’s a real bitch 😀

-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog, Contests | Tags: , | 6 Comments

My Ultimate Mog – Field Marshal’s Raiment

priestMy level 60-something priest, forgoing heirlooms to wear the game’s most beautiful gear 😉

When transmog was first announced, way back in Sept. 2011, I immediately started planning what I wanted my characters to wear.  I didn’t know much about mixing and matching, and mostly had sets planned for my mogs.  Purple Judgement for my pally, Marshcreeper mail for the hunter, and this gorgeous set for my mage:

Field Marshal’s Regalia

Imaging my disappointment on that bright Tuesday morning transmog was released, and I was greated by this:

Pretty much crushing.  I picked up the Brutal Gladiator’s Regalia, mogged her into that, and resigned myself to being bummed about it.  Turns out the level 60 pvp gear you can buy in Stormwind can’t be used for trasnmog.  They actually have replica gear available in Area 52, but only if you attained those PvP titles back in classic WoW.  Well gee, if I had only known the future, I would have started playing 4 years earlier than I did! >.>  On the one hand, I understand those titles were quite difficult to attain, and this gear is sort of the last status symbol left.  I’ve only seen about 5 or 6 people even mogged into any of the Replica PvP gear.  On the other hand, though, I want my purple spiky shiny shoulders!!!  I’ve heard that these titles can be attained through Rated Battlegrounds these days.  There isn’t a whole lot of information I’ve been able to find, cause who really is going to devote their life to RBG’s just for transmog? (Uh, LF RBG group that just needs one more person to queue and doesn’t care that I’m not pro, I’ll try not to die too much?)

I’ve been leveling my priest up lately, and the other day I was messing around in MogIt when I realized this may be my one chance to wear beautiful Field Marshal’s gear!  Luckily I had done some bg’s earlier in my leveling and had enough honor to buy the pieces.  20% xp bonus be damned, I’d much rather look good 😀  I also realized I may actually like the priest set better than the mage set, and that I’d finally recovered from my initial disapointment only to have it come creeping back in the form of white spiky shiny shoulders.  So, while I can’t actually mog this stuff for the time being, I do want to share my ultimate dream mog:


Another variation on the set:

Shoulders – Field Marshal’s Satin Mantle

Chest – Robes of the Exalted

Waist – Fermenting Belt

Gloves – Marshal’s Satin Gloves

Back view of the full set
Well, that’s my dream mog, how about you?  Do you have a dream mog set you may or may not ever get to use, be it rng nightmares or just too damn hard to get?
-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog | Tags: , , | 10 Comments

Fly Furtive Father Winter

I received my Blog Azeroth Furtive Father Winter gift today, how exciting!!  My gift is from Tyledres at Frost and Claws.  I’ll update here once my gift to my secret blogger pal is done 😉

It was the feast of Winter Veil and like so many other members of the Alliance, Draynee headed to Ironforge to celebrate. It looked like Great Father Winter was being especially generous this year.

Under the tree there was a human death knight. The death knight was holding a rather shabbily wrapped gift and was stopping all the Draenei and asking, “Excuse me, but are you Draynee? Or do you know where I can find her?”

Stepping forward Draynee said, “I’m Draynee! Who are you and why are you looking for me?”
“I’m Tyledres, and I was told to give this gift to you,” the death knight said. She started to hand it forward when a mage blinked between the two.

“Wait a minute!” cried the mage. Staring at Tyledres she said, “You’re not supposed to be here! You’re not a Draenei and you don’t transmog your gear!”

Tyledres glance at her gear. It looked good to her. She especially like the skulls. Staring at the mage’s outfit she couldn’t help but remark, “But at least I don’t look like a color-blind space gypsy!”

“I’m festive not color-blind!” screamed the mage as she cast polymorph polar bear on Tyledres.
The mage couldn’t help grinning at the polar bear. “She’s definitely looking more festive now.” The mage than turned her gaze to Draynee. “Sorry about that,” she said, “I’m Azilem the mage.”

Azilem stared expectantly at Draynee and made a quick adjustment to her hat. Clearly Azilem was waiting for Draynee to say something. “Um hi Azilem,” began Draynee. Remembering how the mage reacted when her outfit was disparaged she decided to compliment it instead. “That’s an interesting outfit you put together.”

“It’s pretty amazing isn’t it?” gushed Azilem. If you want to recreate I made it from these pieces:

Head: Red Pointy Hat

Shoulder: Hibernal Mantle

Chest: Red Linen Vest

Shirt: Scarlet Filigreed Doublet

Hands: Windwool Gloves

Waist: Captain Sander’s Sash

Legs: Greenblood Pantaloons

Feet: Fire Striders


Whistling happily Azilem than thrust the gift the death knight Tyledres had been holding into Draynee’s hands and began to cast a portal. Once finished she grabbed the polar bear death knight, tossed it though the portal and then followed herself.

Feeling a bit bemused Draynee than looked at the gift that had been thrust into her hands. It looked like a three-year-old had wrapped it and it smelled a little funny. Wondering if the smell came from having been in the death knight’s possession or if it was from the gift itself Draynee carefully unwrapped the gift.

Inside she found this drawing –

Happy Holidays Draynee and to everyone else as well!
Thanks Tyledres!  I love the post, and especially the drawing 😀  It’s the first drawing I’ve ever gotten of any of my characters!  It’s super fly!!  Thanks Akabeko and Blog Azeroth for hosting this event!


-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog | Tags: | 6 Comments

Mini Mog Post – Feeling Green


I’m working my way towards the Quintessential Quintet acheivement, but I’ve been finding it hard to choose which alt should be number 5.  I already have a Paladin, Hunter, Death Knight and Mage at 90.  The DK and Mage are my elf ladies, so I debated for a long time about leveling my fly draenei mage.  Do I need another mage?  Probably not.  The reason I leveled my elf mage though, is because I had so much fun playing Drayney at the end of Cata.  So, I’ve played around with my warrior, leveled all my almost-80 lanquishers, even started bringing up my 52 priest!  It all comes back to wanting to mage it up though!  She was already just shy of 87 from doing archeology, and still rocking her farmer mog.

The first step in leveling up any character is getting a nice mog set up 😀   I visited my bank and void storage for inspiration, and this dress was really speaking to me.  I had already purchased the dragon staff, and I thought they went together pretty well.  I don’t really think of green as a mage color, but I kinda love the look, so I thought I’d share it with you guys!


Shoulders – Frayed Abomination Stitching Shoulders

Chest – Brightcloth Robe

Waist – Councillor’s Sash

Hands – Windwool Gloves

Staff – Staff of Broken Hopes

For legs, I’m using the Cindercloth Pants, but any of that model, or the new model leggings would work to show the cut out.  If you’re feeling a little more modest, you could also go with a greenish-gold or brown pair or pants.

sideThe little red gem on the shoulder to match
the red strapping on the staff.

-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog | Tags: , | 4 Comments

Red Cloth Mog – Twisted Visage

New expansions in WoW are really great.  New levels, new content to explore, new stories to hear and more!  My favorite thing about new expansions, though, is how powerful my characters are once they finish leveling.  I’m not one of those super-soloers like this rogue who soloed Patchwerk 25 at level 80.  The only raid I could solo at level 80 was Strathome (when it first came out you could technically take a raid in there, so that counts, right?).  So, when I hit 85 and got a little gear, I was quite excited to be able to spend time obliterating Karazhan and Molten Core etc. by myself.  Now that I’m 90, I’ve been pushing into more BC raids alone.  Thanks to this awesome video, I was able to do Tempest Keep the other night.  Yes, I know he did it at 85, but like I said…


What’s even better than all this anti-social behavior is stomping out old raids with a few close friends!  My horde-side guildies and I decided to give Ulduar 25 a shot the other night.  It started out as just 4 of us, and we were having a hell of a time trying to figure out Flame Leviathan Four Towers.  Luckily our other 2 guildies logged in as we were going to give it our last shot.  After one more wipe, we got him down and proceeded to merrilly frolic our way through the rest of the acheivements for the Ironbound Proto Drake.  We didn’t finish as it got late, but we made it all the way to Vezax.  Along the way, this awesome staff dropped.  The two druids and I all gave it our “ooh’s” and “aah’s”.  I felt a tiny bit bad that I won the roll, but I knew I was going to run out right away and make a mog for it 😀  My little belf mage has been running around in this mog, but as always, it looks much better on Drayney, lol.


naxx_shouldersWith Mantle of the Corrupted and Muddied Crimson Gloves

LiddeyLiddy with Mantle of Tirisfal and Fire Striders
-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog | Tags: , , | 6 Comments

Farmer Drayney

farmerDrayney’s new BFF, Farmer Yoon

Before I started playing WoW, I would hear my husband talking to his guildmates about farming for stuff all the time.  I figured they had actual farms where they did this farming.  I eventually asked him about this and he explained what farming in Azeroth really meant.  I however, must have been using my amazing psychic powers and knew way back in WoTLK that there was going to be farming with actual farms!  Of course, I also thought ‘mats’ were like scrolls or placemats that you rolled out on a table and it told you how to put things together…

Tilling the day away

I wasn’t really all that interested in the whole farming thing when it was first announced as a Pandaria feature, but I have to admit it’s kinda cool.  I’ve really only been dinking around with it on my 90, planting whatever Yoon is feeling that day, or maybe Juicycrunch Carrots because they sell like hotcakes.  The Godmother’s post about starting her farm on her alts that are still 85 did inspire me to take some of my alts out there however.  Basically, you just need to arrive on Pandaria via the starting quests, and you can run out to Halfhill and start tilling!  So, that’s what Drayney is doing while she patiently awaits her leveling turn.  Since that’s all she’s got going on, why not mog for it?!  She decided to go with the classic farmer overalls just like Farmer Yoon.  She’s added a hat and long sleeve shirt to keep her delicate blue skin from getting a sunburn 🙂

-- Draynee
Categories: Cloth transmog | 4 Comments

©2014 Pretty Fly for a Draenei. Design and Images by Drayney unless otherwise noted.