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.
Trial of Style — one of the most anticipated micro-holidays — is back in World of Warcraft for the week, and this contest inspires both transmog addicts and non-addicts to take a shot at earning first place for the glory of knowing you look fine as fel.
When patch 10.0.5 goes live later today we'll finally get a much-requested transmog feature: we'll finally be able to transmog white and gray quality items.
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.
Transmog turns 10 in 2021, and for its birthday why not drop holiday transmog restrictions, Blizzard?
When transmog was introduced to World of Warcraft back in Cataclysm's patch 4.3, we were told that they were going to take it slow and cautiously and keep things restricted to start with.
It's no secret that I like transmog, and so it should come as no surprise that I'm always excited when the Trial of Style comes around, as it is from August 31 to September 4 — that's this week.
You can see the header image — do you really need me to say anything more?
I've been thinking about character customization and why it's important, and why it's of varying importance depending on who you talk to.
The Sprite Darter's Wings transmog set has just flapped its way into World of Warcraft -- but you don't need to wear the full set.
For me, it was the rumored possibility of being able to transmog our shoulder armor independently that I realize no one promised me, but I really got my hopes up for it and now I'm sad it doesn't seem to be coming in Shadowlands.