Just as an update for y'all leaving comments on Wowhead -- nope, I still don't have my shoulders.
The first rule of being the best raider you can be is making sure that you look your best.
The only way I could be happier with transmog in WoW right now is if they let me mog Fist Weapons over 2h Weapons.
This is the Queue. Let’s go.
My Final Fantasy XIV FC hosted a costume contest, and it felt like I was watching a real-life cosplay competition
It was only a couple months ago that I started playing Final Fantasy XIV. As a longtime World of Warcraft player, it's hard not to compare the two games all the time, even if just subconsciously. While both games certainly share a host of features, they vary in even more. Most notably -- for me, anyhow -- Final Fantasy XIV's wealth of in-game looks and customization options never seems to stop surprising. Case in point: My Free Company (FC) -- basically the FFXIV equivalent of a guild -- hosted a costume contest this past Wednesday, and oh. my. Yogg. I expected some clever outfits. I did not expect Anna and Elsa, Sailor Saturn, Soldier: 76, Link, or Mickey Mouse (just to name a few) to show up. Nor did I expect them to show up looking as similar to their original counterparts as they did. The whole thing felt like I was watching an actual real-life cosplay competition unfold, and the experience was frankly too much fun not to share. Click through to see all of the amazing looks that showed up.
Look, I know it's silly to want to be a twelve foot tall Zandalari Troll standing in the middle of Ironforge.
If you’ve been chasing T’paartos’ look, rejoice, for you will finally be able to hide your chest armor
During the Q&A on March 21, Ion Hazzikostas answered a question about transmog that, had I not been lying on my back in intense pain and thus not watching the Q&A at that time, would have immediately put a big dumb smile on my face.
Now gather round, my friends.
If you ask Mitch, it was probably the other day when I replied to his comment about how much love he had in his heart with “Apparently not enough to get the Love Rocket.” [Editor's note: Yup.] Yes, I felt bad immediately after saying it.
There is a history of creating -- let's say unique -- head gear.
When transmog was first introduced to World of Warcraft with patch 4.3 on November 29, 2011, I looked askance at it -- why would I want to change the appearance of my gear?