Poisonous and Fiery – Pandaren Rogue

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When I first saw this transmog, I did not really think that all the items went well together. True, they do not all match 100% but there is a great vibe and unmistakable idea that shines through.

Here is Yinren. Pandaren rogue on Argent Dawn and a friend. Thanks for letting me show you off!

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Items used:

Head: Furious Gladiator’s Leather Helm

Shoulders: Slayer’s SHoulderpads

Back: Indefatigable Greatcloak

Chest: Gladiator’s Leather Tunic

Hands: Gladiator’s Leather Gloves

Belt: Shadowstalking Waistband

Legs: Gladiator’s Leather Legguards

Feet: Blighted Leather Footpads

Weapon: The Nightblade

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I love the sinister and poisonous feeling that this outfit exudes, which is a rather good impression to give as a rogue out there in the dangerous lands of Azeroth.

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I actually believe she could win on her own.

One thought on “Poisonous and Fiery – Pandaren Rogue

  1. Mishunadare

    Red and green are a daring colour combination, but we see them return in Roses and villains such as DC’s Poison Ivy. The dusky green gave the sense of poison, as much as the glowing red that’s normally so overused. The reason I used the shoulderpads was due to the fact I loved the red liquid in them, as vials. I just had to use them and the green. The rest of the set and its details are build around them.
    As you can see in the headpiece, the colours aren’t considered all that contradictory: The mask is red, the gem is green.
    All in all, I always strive to go for a unique look, which I hope to have achieved with this set.

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