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Monk Transmog: Dawn and Dusk

These are the two transmog sets I’ve used lately. The first is inspired by traditional Chinese Buddhist monks, and the second is inspired by those dark and reclusive martial artists that I’ve seen in movies.

Dawn

This set is based on Buddhist monks, who often wear simple orange robes. It’s hard to stay simple in World of Warcraft, but this combination of vanilla and MoP keeps the spirit alive. This transmog goes well with two-handers.

  • Head: Murkblood Cover, or any other headdress with orange feathers. Can be found on the AH if you’re lucky, but also through quests.
  • Shoulders: Red Crane Spaulders (N), or any other normal monk tier 14. Drops from normal Lei Shi.
  • Chest: Flamestrider Robes. Drops from Pyromancer Loregrain in Blackrock Depths.
  • Hands: Elven Spirit Claws, or any other orange gloves. Can be found on the AH.
  • Belt: Brown Belt of Precarious Balance, or any other blue belt you get from the monk class quests. Orange belts work too.
  • Legs: Warbear Woolies, or any other legs that skimpy enough not to show. Crafted by leatherworkers.
  • Weapon: Key to the Planes. Crafted by scribes.
  • Boots: Anything dark and / or simple.

Wowhead Comparison

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Dusk

This set is inspired by the many rogue figures we can see in martial arts movies. Unfortunately, some pieces are Alliance only. There are two variations on this transmog. This set goes well with dual-wielding.

Wowhead Comparison

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