Category: World of Warcraft

Worgens Getting Mounts & Mobile Armory

Patch 4.3 will be bringing a plethora of new things to WoW and included among those will be another set of mounts for Alliance players to get their hands on. The “Get X Mounts” achievements have been easier for Horde players for a while now thanks to the new Goblin-Cycles and should now be equally easy for the Alliance players.

Alliance characters with exalted Gilneas reputation will now be able to purchase horses to putt around on… kind of lame if you ask me considering that the Human race already has horses.

The Mobile Armory is also getting a host of new updates including:

  • Automatic price undercutting: Set the default buyout price of your auctions to match or undercut the current lowest buyout price for an item
  • Aggregated buyout search results: Multiple auctions posted at the same buyout price can now be viewed as a single group
  • Support for the following Guild features: Level, Perks, Rewards, Achievements, News, Events, and MotD
  • Links to items and achievements received in Remote Guild Chat now link to those sections in the app
  • Links to enchants, quests, abilities, talents, and professions received in Remote Guild Chat now display tool-tips
  • Improved search technology
  • Search now suggests terms based on previous searches
  • Updated calendar events presentation
  • A character’s talents & glyphs now display on the same page
  • Leaderboard has been removed
  • Realm firsts will no longer appear in the activity feed
  • Bookmarks are now saved locally; all old bookmarks will be lost
  • Various bug fixes

Transmog Look-A-Likes

WoWhead has put together a cool list of items that look like other items but don’t have any class restrictions on them. Say you’re a rogue but want to look like you’re in Druid Tier 6?? No problem! Pick up this set of gear and mog your new gear to look like you’re in the Thunderheart Regalia!

Thanks to Blizzard’s habit of recycling models and textures among their items, you can virtually look like any of dozens of other-class gears. The cloth-cloth, leather-leather, mail-mail, plate-plate restrictions still apply to these items but you can certainly look like a Priest even though you’re a Warlock and look like a Paladin even though you’re a DK.

Feel free to pretend you’re in Destroyer Armor, Riftstalker,  Magister’s Regalia, Vestments of the Devout, and more! Check out the whole list here.