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The following are sets, mostly taken from the site "WowRoleplayGear.com" and said site is recommended. The pictures, and much of the info below is taken directly from said site. These sets were taken in particular; Because they are approved uniforms for the Felsworn theme.

Cloth

The Resilient Set


Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 28
Source: BoE world drops and one lucky boss drop
Availability: Easy to get, except for the shirt which could require some farm time

How to get the set:
This is overall a low level set that is within most characters reach. Checking the AH is the place to start.

The shirt is farmable for a level 70 and up, but has a low drop chance. It is however the only shirt of this model with this shade of red, and is considered very rare. You don’t see many people around wearing it.

Imperial Red Set

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 51
Source: BoE world drops, BoP instance drop
Availability: Not easily farmable, checking the Auction House regularly is the best option

How to get the set:

Imperial Red items are random world drops from creatures of level 50 to 59 in Azeroth, both inside and outside of instances. As the drop chances are so low, checking the Auction House regularly is recommended if you plan on locating these pieces. The mace and off-hand extras combo provides a great way to look like you are dual-wielding as a clothie!

Cindercloth Set

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 58 (80 with extras)
Source: BoE Tailor Crafted
Availability: A bit challenging, requires some instance farming and uncommon tailor patterns

About the set:

This outfit is a composite of two tailor crafted Cindercloth items and a couple of extra matching pieces.

Shoulders – Exquisite Sunderseer Mantle (Purchasable for 2175 Honor Points)
Chest – Cindercloth Vest (Crafted by tailors with 260 skill or greater with Pattern: Cindercloth Vest, a sub-0.1% drop from Twilight Fire Guards in Searing Gorge)
Legs – Cindercloth Pants (Crafted by tailors with 280 skill or greater with Pattern: Cindercloth Pants, a sub-0.1% drop from Thaurissan Firewalkers in Searing Gorge)
Feet – Fire Striders (BoP drop from Balnazzar in the Scarlet side of Stratholme, at a 19% rate)

Simple Blouse Set


Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70 for Human set, 80 for Blood Elf & Dwarf
Source: Multiple sources
Availability: The many BoEs take time to find on the AH
3D Model: Wowhead Link


How to get the set:

This article focuses on the Simple Blouse, a low-level BoE world drop.

We’ve included three outfit variations below, primarily composed of BoE world drops, but with a few items of other sources too.

It’s worth noting that the Simple Blouse appears differently on male and female characters, as illustrated by the pictures above and below.

Arcanist Recolour
Tier 1 Mage Lookalike



Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70
Source: BoP boss drops from normal and heroic Outland dungeons
Availability: Time consuming to farm, but soloable by high level characters

How to get the set:
The items in the Arcanist recolour set are from level 70 normal and heroic dungeons. The farming process is easily soloable by a level 85 character, but it is potentially very time consuming to gather the entire set, due to daily heroic lockouts.





Note: The headpiece for this set is currently bugged on Worgens and Goblins, appearing in a purple colouration like the original Arcanist Crown.
Tirisfal Regalia Recolour
Tier 5 Mage Lookalike

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70
Source: BoP boss drops from Outland raid instances
Availability: Time consuming to farm and requires assistance

How to get the set:
The recolour of the Mage T5 set, the Tirisfal Regalia, is comprised of eight items distributed between Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep: The Eye. Six of the items are straight-forward boss drops, which means you only get one shot at each item per week.

The mantle and belt are trash drops, which may also take a considerable time to farm, but you can at least soft-reset the instance to kill the trash multiple times if pursuing either piece, assuming you’ve not cleared the bosses. It is advisable to pursue this set as part of a small group or raid, even if you are maximum level, as some of the encounters from which the items drop are either extremely difficult or impossible to solo.

Leather

Swashbuckler’s Set

Armor Type: Leather
Level Req.: 53
Source: BoE world drops
Availability: Not easily farmable, checking the Auction House regularly is the best option


How to get the set:

Swashbuckler’s items drop predominantly from rare elites, albeit also from regular creatures, from level 49 to 57, as random BoEs. The Auction House offers the best source for these items.

Imposing Set


Armor Type: Leather
Level Req.: 42 (78 with extras)
Source: BoE world drops
Availability: Not easily farmable, checking the Auction House regularly is the best option


How to get the set: Imposing items are random BoEs which appear to drop most often in Maraudon and Zul’Farrak, although they appear to be on the loot tables for all Kalimdor creatures between levels 40-47 as well. That is including Tanaris, Feralas, Azshara and Dustwallow Marsh. The drop rate is very small however, no matter the drop location, so the Auction House is undoubtedly your best source for Imposing pieces.
Bard’s Set


Armor Type: Leather
Level Req.: 14 for Bard’s items
Source: BoE world drops
Availability: Not easily farmable, checking the Auction House regularly is the best option

How to get the set:

Bard’s items drop most significantly from level 14-19 rare spawns, but also from random creatures too. The drop rates are at best 3% from the rare elites, so the Auction House remains the best option for finding these items.

There are three daggers matching the model in the picture above, all of which are not unique, so any combination of the three will be fine. There is also a fourth, but it is unique and can therefore not be dual-wielded like the others.

Rageclaw Set

Armor Type: Leather
Level Req.: 46
Source: BoE World Drops
Availability: Potentially time consuming to gather

How to get the set:

Rageclaw items are BoE world drops and as such your best hope for collecting them is via regular Auction House browsing.

There are two other identical sets of items, which you may find easier to locate than the Rageclaw pieces. These are listed in the “Alternatives” section.

Mail

Ironhide Set

Armor Type: Mail
Level Req.: 51
Source: BoE World Drops
Availability: Not easily farmable, checking the Auction House regularly is the best option

How to get the set:

Ironhide armor pieces are random world drops from Azerothian creatures from levels 47-58. It is advised that you gather this set via the Auction House rather than trying to gather it via killing.

Bloodlust Set

Armor Type: Mail
Level Req.: 54
Source: BoE World Drops
Availability: Not easily farmable, checking the Auction House regularly is the best option

How to get the set:

Items belonging to the Bloodlust set are BoE world  drops from creatures of level 50 to 59 in Azeroth. Due to the low drop rates, it is advised that you search for this set on the Auction House.
Mercurial Set


Armor Type: Mail
Level Req.: 59, up to 80 with extras
Source: BoE & BoP drops
Availability: Time consuming to locate all of the pieces on the AH
3D Model: Wowhead Link


How to get the set:

Mercurial items are BoE world drops from Azerothian creatures in the high 50s and low 60s, often inside of dungeons and raids where there are many such mobs.

Your local Auction House is almost certainly the best place to pick up Mercurial items, due to their low drop rates.

Wrathfin Set

Armor Type: Mail
Level Req.: 61 (70 with extras)
Source: BoE World Drops
Availability: Not easily farmable, checking the Auction House regularly is the best option

How to get the set:

Wrathfin items drop as random BoEs from any Outland creature between level 58 and level 70. Try searching the Auction House before farming randomly in Outland though, your chances are substantially higher!

The Chief Brigadier Set

Armor Type: Mail
Level Req.: 36
Source: BoE world drops
Availability: Not easily farmable, checking the Auction House regularly is the best option

How to get the set:

Chief Brigadier items are random world drops from creatures of level 33 to 38. It is advisable that you scan the Auction House for them, as opposed to trying to farm them, due to the miniscule drop rates.

War Paint Set

Armor Type: Mail
Level Req.: 18 for War Paint items/82 with Dwarf extras/65 with Orc extras
Source: BoE world drops
Availability: Time consuming to piece together

About the set:

War Paint items are BoE world drops from creatures between approximately level 14 and 24. Searching the AH regularly is probably the best way to locate them.

There are also War Paint shoulders which match the appearance of the set, but they are a Common (white) quality item, and as such cannot be transmogrified. You can view them here.

Plate

Tyrant's Set

Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 43 for Tyrant’s items/78 with extras
Source: BoE world drops
Availability: Time consuming to piece together

About the set:

Tyrant’s items can be found on random creatures between level 40-50, rare-spawns included, but none above a drop rate of 0.2%. As such it’s recommended that you scan the Auction House before resorting to creature farming.
The Darkcrest Set

Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 59
Source: BoE World Drops
Availability: The Auction House is your best source

How to get the set:

Items of the Darkcrest set drop in Outland, both in and out of instances from mobs level 58-71, but checking the Auction House is the first and also best place to search
Dark Iron/Inferno Tempered Plate


Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 60 for Dark Iron, 70 for Inferno Tempered
Source: Crafted/Vendor purchases/BoE drops
Availability: Easy to obtain
3D Model: Wowhead Link


How to get the set:

There are two sets sharing this particular look, the Dark Iron and Inferno Tempered armors. The former is a blacksmith crafted set and the latter vendor purchased with Justice Points.

Neither set is complete as the Dark Iron lacks a belt and the Inferno Tempered only consists of four items. We have included suggestions for missing slots below.

As they are identical, items from the two sets are interchangable in a transmogrification outfit. It’s worth noting though that Inferno Tempered items are easier to obtain, given their tiny price tags.

This set works very well as a transmogrification outfit for Blood Knights.

Class Specific Sets

Death Knight

Death Knight Tier 10 (277)

Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 80
Source: Justice Point purchases and Icecrown Citadel drops
Availability: Death Knights only! Time consuming to gather, due to token competition

How to get the set:
There are two visually identical item level 277 Death Knight Tier 10 sets, each consisting of five pieces. The tier items can be purchased from Horace Hunderland in Dalaran, using item level 264 tier pieces and token drops from Icecrown Citadel.

There are also matching boots, bracers and belts from Icecrown Citadel, which can be viewed in the ‘Extras’ section.

Death Knight Tier 12 (378)

Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 85
Source: BoP drops from Cataclysm raids and vendor purchases
Availability: Death Knight only! Time consuming to farm and requires a full raid

How to get the set:

There are two visually identical item level 378 Death Knight Tier 12 sets, one for each death knight role:

The five items comprising each set are purchased using tokens which drop from Firelands, as well Valor Point vendor purchases. There are also matching boots, belts and bracers for this set, listed in the ‘Extras’ section below.

The following list highlights the source of each item piece, all of which can be purchased from Jamus’Vaz for members of the Horde, and Faldren Tillsdale for the Alliance. The sources are the same for each of the two Elementium Deathplate sets.
Death Knight Tier 14 (509)

Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 90
Source: Purchases using BoP token drops from MoP raids
Availability: Death Knight only! Difficult to obtain and requires a full raid

How to get the set:
There are two visually identical item level 509 Death Knight Tier 14 sets, one for each death knight role:
Blood – Plate of the Lost Catacomb
DPS – Battlegear of the Lost Catacomb

The five items comprising each set are purchased using tokens which drop from the Heroic modes of the Terrace of Endless Spring and Heart of Fear raid instances.

There are also matching boots, bracer and belt models for this outfit, listed in the ‘Extras’ section below.

The following list highlights the source of each item piece and beneath that is a list of the items themselves. The sources are the same for each of the two Lost Catacomb sets.
Death Knight Season 5 (iLvl 213)

Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 80
Source: Justice Point Purchases
Availability: Death Knights only! Easily obtained, but requires some currency farming. Extras are hard to get

How to get the set:

The five items comprising the Season 5 item level 213 death knight Deadly Gladiator’s Desecration are purchased from either Arcanist Firael, for members of the Alliance, or Magister Sarien, for the Horde.

The total cost of the 5-piece set is 3284 Justice Points, broken down into 770 each for the head, chest and legs, and 487 each for shoulders and gloves.

Hunter

Level 70 Rare PvP Set

Armor Type: Mail
Level Req.: 70
Source: Reputation based purchases
Availability: Hunters only! Potentially time consuming to obtain, but not overly challenging

How to get the set:

The five items comprising the rare level 70 hunter pvp set are purchased from vendors affiliated with six Outland factions, those which grant reputation for quests and five-player dungeon kills. Of these six, four factions are available to members of both the Horde and Alliance, and one faction is connected specifically to each. Each item requires Honored reptuation level with the relevant faction.

Priest

Priest Tier 15 (522)

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 90
Source: Purchases using BoP token drops from MoP raids
Availability: Priest only! Time consuming to gather and requires a full raid

How to get the set:

There are two visually identical item level 522 Priest Tier 15 sets, one for each priest role:
Discipline/Holy – Vestments of the Exorcist
Shadow – Regalia of the Exorcist

The five items comprising each set are purchased using tokens which drop from the Normal mode of the Throne of Thunder raid instance.

Priest Season 3

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70
Source: Honor Purchases/BoP raid drops
Availability: Priests only! Easily available, but time consuming to gather the currency required

How to get the set:
There are two visually identical Season 3 priest sets:
Discipline/Holy – Vengeful Gladiator’s Investiture
Shadow – Vengeful Gladiator’s Raiment



Season 3 sets have been made available once more with the release of Patch 4.3, after more than 3 years absence. The pieces are sold by Kezzik the Striker in Area 52, Netherstorm, at a combined cost of 4500 Honor Points. This can be broken down into 1000 honor each for the head, chest and legs, and 750 honor each for shoulders and gloves.

The matching belts, boots and bracers are listed at the bottom of the article, all of which are purchasable using the same tokens that award Tier 6 pieces, from Sunwell Plateau.

Priest Season 5 (iLvl 213)

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 80
Source: Justice Point Purchases
Availability: Priests only! Easily obtained, but requires some currency farming. Extras are hard to get

How to get the set:

There are two visually identical epic item level 213 Season 5 priest sets:
Discipline/Holy – Deadly Gladiator’s Investiture
Shadow – Deadly Gladiator’s Raiment

The five items comprising each set are purchased from either Arcanist Firael, for members of the Alliance, or Magister Sarien, for the Horde.

The total cost of the 5-piece set is 3284 Justice Points

Mage

Mage Tier 5

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70
Source: BoP token purchases and boss drops from Outland raids
Availability: Time consuming to farm and may require assistance

How to get the set:
The five items comprising the Tirisfal Regalia set are purchased using tokens which drop from Serpentshrine Cavern and Tempest Keep: The Eye.

In addition to the tier pieces, there are also matching non-set boots, bracers and a belt, which are listed in the ‘Extras’ section below.

Gathering some of these items may require assistance, depending on your level and gear.

Mage Tier 8 (10-player)

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 80
Source: BoP token purchases and boss drops from Ulduar
Availability: Time consuming to farm and requires assistance

How to get the set:
The five items comprising the Valorous Kirin Tor Garb set are purchased using tokens which drop from Ulduar 10.

Sadly there are no belts, bracers or boots matching this set precisely, although we have listed some potentials for these slots in the ‘Extras’ section below.

The following list highlights the source of each tier token, which may used to buy the related armor pieces from Paldesse, a Cloth Armor Merchant in Dalaran.
Mage Season 1

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70
Source: Honor purchases/BoP token purchases and boss drops from Outland raids
Availability: Mages only! Time consuming to gather and may require assistance

How to get the set:

There are currently two ways to obtain the five items comprising the Mage Season 1 Gladiator’s Regalia. For the first option, the pieces are sold by Kezzik the Striker in Area 52, Netherstorm, at a combined cost of 4500 Honor Points. This can be broken down into 1000 honor each for the head, chest and legs, and 750 honor each for shoulders and gloves.

Alternatively, the pieces can be purchased from Karynna <Exotic Gear Purveyor> on the Isle of Quel’Danas, using tokens which drop from Karazhan, Gruul’s Lair and Magtheridon’s Lair. These tokens are also used to purchase Tier 4 sets.

There were originally bracers, belts and boots which matched the set perfectly, but they were removed once Season 1 ended. You can find the originals listed below along with some alternatives which are available.

Rogue

Rogue Tier 6

Armor Type: Leather
Level Req.: 70
Source: BoP token purchases and boss drops from Outland raids
Availability: Time consuming to farm and will require assistance

How to get the set:
The Slayer’s Armor, as with other Tier 6 sets, is unusual in the fact that the bracers, belts and boots were added later than the rest of the set (when Sunwell Plateau arrived in patch 2.4), and have a completely different appearance to the earlier tier pieces, which are purchased using tokens from Black Temple and the Battle for Mount Hyjal.

The Slayer’s belt, bracers and boots visually match the Sunwell Rogue Set, but thankfully there are pieces for these slots matching the rest of T6, listed in the ‘Extras’ section below.

Rogue Season 6

Armor Type: Leather
Level Req.: 80
Source: Justice Point Purchases
Availability: Rogues only! Easily obtained, but requires some currency farming. Extras are hard to get

How to get the set:
The five items comprising the Rogue Season 6 Furious Gladiator’s Vestments are purchased from either Arcanist Miluria, for members of the Alliance, or Magistrix Vesara, for the Horde.

The total cost of the 5-piece set is 3987 Justice Points,

Warrior

Warrior Tier 10 (277)

Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 80
Source: Justice Point purchases and Icecrown Citadel drops
Availability: Warriors only! Time consuming to gather, due to token competition

How to get the set:
There are two visually identical item level 277 Warrior Tier 10 sets, each consisting of five pieces. The tier items can be purchased from Horace Hunderland in Dalaran, using item level 264 tier pieces and token drops from Icecrown Citadel.

Unfortunately, there are no perfectly matching bracers, belts or boots in Icecrown Citadel.
Warrior Season 5 (iLvl 213)

Armor Type: Plate
Level Req.: 80
Source: Justice Point Purchases
Availability: Warriors only! Easily obtained, but requires some currency farming. Extras are hard to get

How to get the set:

The five items comprising the Season 5 item level 213 warrior Deadly Gladiator’s Battlegear are purchased from either Arcanist Firael, for members of the Alliance, or Magister Sarien, for the Horde.

The total cost of the 5-piece set is 2814 Justice Points,

Warlock

Warlock Season 6

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 80
Source: Justice Point Purchases
Availability: Warlocks only! Easily obtained, but requires some currency farming

How to get the set:

The five items comprising the Warlock Season 6 Furious Gladiator’s Felshroud are purchased from either Arcanist Miluria, for members of the Alliance, or Magistrix Vesara, for the Horde.

The total cost of the 5-piece set is 3987 Justice Points,
Level 70 Rare PvP Set

Armor Type: Cloth
Level Req.: 70
Source: Reputation based purchases
Availability: Warlocks only! Potentially time consuming to obtain, but not overly challenging

How to get the set:

The five items comprising the rare level 70 warlock pvp set are purchased from vendors affiliated with six Outland factions, those which grant reputation for quests and five-player dungeon kills. Of these six, four factions are available to members of both the Horde and Alliance, and one faction is connected specifically to each. Each item requires Honored reptuation level with the relevant faction.

Warlock Tier 5 /Tier 5 Pvp Recolour
Vlakor's Iconic primary set, with a different helmet in this particular picture.