Archive for the ‘Occasion’ Category
Did you ever wanted to be Miner, Librarian, Lumberjack (again), Swashbuckler (again), Beach Girl or Fisherman? If yes, Allyse from Saurfang (Oceanic PvE) has solved that problem for you. She decided to share some of the themed outfits (with potential high RP value) that any of us can use, or at least be inspired with. Continue reading…
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It’s Lunar Festival (Feb 14 – Mar 6) time, and once again we’ve found great guide for all of you achievement hunters at Wowhead.com. Make sure you read it carefully before you start exploring wonderful world of Azeroth.
In this article, we’ll mention only nice outfits you should pick up and bank for later usage.
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Last Year’s ”Love is in the Air” has been completely redone and 2010 “Love is in the Air“(Feb 7 – 20) brings brand new lore, new seasonal boss, and phat lewt. How to obtain title, get exclusive companions, or even mount, read in excellent event summary and guide posted on Wowhead.com (it’ll be updated as new info becomes available).
But here on WFG, we’ll focus on all the good stuff you can get during event and wear later on, so keep reading…
(Thnx to Angaurwen for screenshot used as heading image)
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You’ve seen (once again) all the hype about Winter Veil all over Azeroth. Before we continue with something special I’ve prepared for you, here is great event guide prepared from hardworking folks at WoWhead.com: Feast of Winter Veil (Dec 15 – Jan 2).
As you might notice, I’m big fan of item sets that aren’t actually sets (no set bonuses), but are obviously made as sets. So for past few days I was looking for something festive, yet not so obviously crafted (cloned) as Winter Garb.
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Most of us know the standard bank alt ensemble:
But if you would like to dare to be different, or if you’d rather just keep your options open, here are some suggestions for some level one bank alt gear that very few others have!
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Note: Ussually I try to select cloth items so any class can wear them, but in this article only plate / shield wearers can equip this set! Digg this article!
So you wanna be a Stormwind Guard but they rejected your recruitment application? Ok, ok, spare me the details Not all is lost, you can still visit friendly blacksmith and look like a guard. In this article we will show you how!
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Part 4, last one in the long line of “Pets for the occasion” series. This week we will suggest which pets best fit following roles: Raider, PvP-er, Emo, and Drunk.
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Hello readers! Today we continue part 3 of the “pets-for-the-occasion” saga. Continue reading about pets for your Bank Alt, Fisherman and Engineer.
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Due to huge amount of data collected during creation of this post, it will be split into several parts! Here is part one.
Long long time ago Haris Pilton made pets part of fashion accessory. While I’ve been strongly opposed to that kind of behavior IRL, in-game it’s much different story. Small Pets (alt site: here) are the fun part of the game, and one of the reasons why people are buying CE (Collectors Edition) of the game in the first place (thnx to changes in patch 3.0.2, owners of vintage WoW CE can now own all 3 small pets on all characters; Panda Collar , Zergling Leash and Diablo Stone. In BC CE you get Netherwhelp’s Collar by ingame mail system upon character creation. And if you have WoW EU BC CE, extra Lurky’s Egg; due to Blizz’s screw-up with CE items redemption. Wrath CE comes with Frosty’s Collar). There is also number of small pets that you can obtain during special ingame events, and through WoW TCG (Trading Card Game).
In this article I will mention some of the most fashionable small pets, and how you should be dressed while taking them out for a walk..
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