If you've ever wanted your World of Warcraft characters to have their hair displaying under their helmets (instead of mysteriously vanishing), you might be in luck: there's a chance we're getting exactly that at some point in the future.
One of the most welcome bits of news to emerge from the WoW: What's Next panel at BlizzCon 2023 is that we'll finally be able to collect transmog options on characters that can't equip them.
The World of Warcraft Trading Post has some fun rewards in August and some pretty easy ways of collecting the Tenders you need to purchase them.
One of the World of Warcraft team's efforts during Dragonflight's patches has been bringing back old and previously unobtainable transmog appearances and crafting recipes.
In the original Diablo, you could just barely make out your character.
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It's difficult to say what will come each month for the WoW Trading Post, because a huge pool of potential rewards has been datamined so far with more items revealing themselves as new patches rollout, as is the case now that patch 10.1.5 has launched.
Dragonflight patch 10.0.7 with its return to the Forbidden Reach added two new types of tokens to help characters upgrade their gear.
World of Warcraft is an old game, but every once in a while it brings something new that shakes things up — and players often talk about the features that the game lacks but they'd love to see implemented in it.
In late January, a simple one-line note appeared in the hotfixes: "Removed the holiday requirement for many holiday transmog rewards." This was exciting news for many transmog enthusiasts, but also vague -- what items had their holiday requirement removed?