The concept of evergreen content is one that is a little tricky to explain when discussing an MMO like World of Warcraft, but in it's simplest form it's content that never really stops being relevant.
It seems like every single World of Warcraft player in the universe is running Torghast lately.
Whenever a transmog system is introduced into one of the many games I play, I immediately look at it and debate whether or not it would be a good fit for World of Warcraft, the game that taught me how much I love transmog.
I'm not exactly ashamed of the fact that as soon as I saw a form of transmog was making it to Cyberpunk 2077 I was already downloading the patch before the folks in our Discord could start to ask me questions about it.
With the arrival of the final Shadowlands patch, World of Warcraft has officially entered its pre-expansion lull, and while the Dragonflight alpha is chugging along, many players tend to farm old expansions during the downtime, looking to pick up collectibles and transmogs they may have missed the first time around.
Now, this is in no way, shape, or form anything Blizzard is responsible for.
Profession equipment in Dragonflight gives you stats to craft better, and more importantly look good doing it
The biggest issue with professions in WoW will finally be solved in Dragonflight with the introduction of profession equipment, which will help characters look the part, as well as provide actual bonuses to the professions.
Patch 9.2.5 added the ability to obtain a set of Dark Ranger customizations for your Night Elf, Blood Elf, or Void Elf characters, as well as a new title, and a new Dark Ranger transmog set for Hunters.
We should be able to transmog to the Trainee's Sword, a white item available from the Wandering Isle and also from weapon racks in Desolace and the Badlands.
While playing on my Monk the other day, I saw another leather-wearing player rocking some really nice-looking pants.