Sunday, March 25, 2012

Mog Madness, Round Deux: Dress Blues.

I am very honored to have made the cut for Round II of Mog Madness. I never win anything! And now, am resigned to a hearty, "do my best." 

There is no way in a week I can rally AWOL player friends. My tribes-of-two tried to help me out, and they are amazing players, but obtaining this boon proved to be a bit much for these raids, even at those levels. But it's okay: as long as I can use Mogit, and pretend to put a transmog outfit together using the one criteria, the polearm, then I'll give it a shot. Hope it hits the mark. Target acquired.

Don't shoot your eye out. Anyway--

My only rules included using items that I can either get on my own or have,* They needed to complement in color, texture, and line, producing an overall look. I did not take heed if something was more "hunter versus shaman" class--this sisterhood of shared clothing is understood (as long as I take it to the cleaners when I'm done.) The only thing missing is Sweater; waking him from hibernation made him grumpy as a bear, so it's probably for the best. Wouldn't want to piss off any omnivores today.

Haanta: Reporting for Duty, Sirs/Ma'ams!

Head: Helm of the Soothing Currents
Shoulders: Conqueror's Scourgestaulker Spaulders
Chestpiece: Earthpeace Breastplate
Belt: Vicious Gladiator's Links of Accuracy
Leggings: Hornblower's Legguards
Back: Tapestry of the Frozen Throne
Wrist:  Glowworm Cavern Bindings
Gloves: Mistshround Gauntlets
Feet: *Treads of Malorne - these may end up throwing everything off, but I own these, and have sentimental reasons for incorporating them. The hemp rope detail, the layers of blue/green complement the other hues in this overall look.
Polearm: Marrowstrike
Bow: Crypt Fiend Slayer: own this, thanks to one of my tribesmen! (And never use guns, ever.)

It is my belief that no knowledge goes to waste. In the process of research, came across this link:


  1. You look mahvelous dahling!

    Now I have to search your blog, you had a theme song I wanted to listen to and was interrupted and now I HAVE to find it!

  2. You inspired me to finish the Page of Theme Songs when I get home later- I mean, really, how hard is it to scroll through 500 posts+ and copy and paste links? Like rolling coins from tips.

  3. Nicely done! That helm is a brilliant match for the polearm!

    1. Thank you Kamalia, although I may have shot myself in the foot with those treads. It's all good--fun to play with this!


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