- Merciless Gladiator’s Leather Armor
- Fierce Gladiator’s Leather Armor/Stalking Rogue’s Regalia
in the World of Warcraft, you may have seen an opponent that looks pretty intimidating. There’s nothing quite like being ganked by someone and thinking about how scary they look. If you want to make sure your villain scares the enemy with looks alone, look no further.
Good-looking transmogs can be difficult to hunt down. From raiding to PVPing, there are several ways to make sure you look good while sneaking up on enemies. Sometimes even mixing transmog parts can result in the coolest outfits. Let’s get your rogue appearance, sans weapons, ready to look intimidating while ganking.
Armor of the Netherblade
This icy appearance of Armor of the Netherblade is unique. The shoulders release a black mist and the eyes shine an icy blue. There really is nothing that beats the uniqueness of this set The Burning Crusade Extension.
To get your hands on this, you have to Kill different bosses in Karazhan, Gruul’s hideoutand Magtheridon’s hideout and get fallen champion tokens. Once you’ve collected enough fallen champion tokens, you can use them to exchange them for the Netherblade armor set from the Keeper of Sha’tari Artifacts, Asour in Aldor riseor Arodi’s Sunblade in Scryer base in City of Shatrah.
Ebony Death Shroud armor
do you love them Venthyr and want to support your bond by looking like the most vampiric villain in town? Look no further that Ebony Death Shroud armor is here.
The parts of this red-eyed smoky vampiric set can be purchased from the Quartermaster of Sinfall in Revendreth. you must reach glory 16, 26and 32 to be eligible to buy them anima and Grateful offerings. The wrists, hands, and feet cost 2,000 anima and 15 grateful offerings. The back piece costs 1,500 anima and ten grateful offerings. The waist and legs are 3,000 anima and 25 grateful offerings, respectively. Finally, the chest and helmet are 4,000 anima and 30 grateful offerings.
Merciless Gladiator’s Leather Armor
That Merciless Gladiator’s Leather Armor has been a cult set for quite some time. This vigilante-looking transmog is the perfect gig to look like a threat. The entire set can be purchased with 12 badges of honor out Izzee the ‘Clutch’ in Area 52, Netherstorm.
These badges of honor are available from Opening the cash box Earned by winning PvP Battlegrounds, Skirmishes, or Arenas. They can also be purchased from Purchase of Orboreal Distinguishmentout Supplier Zo’Kuul the Oribos PVP vendor with 2,000 Honor Points granting 5 Marks of Honor.
If you like playing a villain but want to look like a stylish dangerous person, this is the Sinkiller’s Leather will be the perfect fit. This almost magical-looking outfit is a unique appearance for Rogues, which makes it all the more worth the effort to acquire. You might even get envious looks from the magicians about how awesome your brimmed hat is.
falling off the various bosses in the Raid on Castle Nathria, you can get all the pieces. It may take a few tries in the raid to get them since then Your drop is not 100 percent guaranteed. So get ready to fight some big baddies for this set, but we can all agree that looking this cool is worth the effort.
Fierce Gladiator’s Leather Armor/Stalking Rogue’s Regalia
Nothing screams outlaw like being ganked by a rogue looking villain. That Savage Gladiator Set (purple) and its raid counterpart, the Regalia of the Dashing Rogue (green) are the perfect sets for you if you want to look like you just came down from the seven seas to gank someone.
The Primal Gladiator Set can be purchased with Marks of Honor from Apothecary Lee in Daralan (Legion). If purple isn’t your color and you’d rather have the green version of Dashing Villain’s Regalia, you can loot it from the various bosses that can be found in Antorus, the Burning Throne raid.
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