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8-17-2011 @ 12:39PM
----------------------------------It's going to cost some gold. In the preview picture, it's over 100g.----------------------------------In that picture, it looks like it was 118 gold (and change) for seven pieces, though. That's around 16 gold per. Not bad at all, around the cost of reforging, maybe a bit higher.The only shame, to me, is that the piece you use must have stats. So no purely cosmetic pieces can be used, which I think is odd for a cosmetic service. Still, the fact that weapons can also be transmogrified is a great bonus...I had assumed only armor.Nice work, Blizzard!
8-17-2011 @ 12:54PM
It just occurred to me (I'm slow like that)...this means my cloth casters can now use Whitemane's Chapeau as their helm look. :D :D :DThat, all by itself, makes this the Greatest Change In WoW History. But I will certainly find millions of other uses for it.
8-17-2011 @ 1:11PM
If it's anything like reforging, they just use the item's vendor value for the cost. (So an item that sells to a vendor for 5g would cost 5g to transmogrify.) It's a reasonable approach, as vendor value is generally based on item level, which is based on age, and so on.
8-17-2011 @ 3:40PM
Ahh, if only the second item had stats. It'd be a hoe-down in Baradin Holdhttp://www.wowhead.com/item=6263http://www.wowhead.com/item=1485
8-17-2011 @ 3:56PM
What I think is a crime is that my RP main (a mage), who previously has had the least choice in available RP gear due to his class... will still have the least choice of available RP gear. ;_; Looks like I'll never be able to give him massive molten claws of fire.But who am I to question a good thing? Even IF it's not all I would want it to be, I still OMFGGIVEITTOMENOWWWWW
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