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10-18-2011 @ 2:43AM
"his helm (perfect for transmogrification)"Really? You seriously think they won't consider that a "silly" item that will be restricted from mogging? I think it's highly unlikely it will be usable, sadly.
10-18-2011 @ 3:24AM
Uhh... why, exactly?Even if it weren't moggable, you're going to be seeing a ton of casual players rocking it for months to come, as it's one of the best non-raid plate helms around.
10-18-2011 @ 3:42AM
I never said anything about its value or how good it is, just about whether it would be allowed to be mogged. I mean, really, what would you consider silly then if not a big pumpkin on your head? I would love to be able to use it to mog my DK's helm, but in all likelyhood they won't let players do that. The only thing I've ever seen mentioned that is specifically "silly" is the Dark Herring, the dagger that looks like a fish, but I think it's pretty safe to assume their list is not composed of one item.
10-18-2011 @ 4:06AM
His helm is not a pumpkin. It is a plate hat with a glowy green smile. I see no reason to think it won't be allowed. Some DK tier helms look similar.
10-18-2011 @ 5:36AM
It's not a pumpkin. Seriously, there's a picture of it in the article header...
10-18-2011 @ 7:27AM
Aye, it doesnt look like a pumpkin, it actually does look nice. If, however, the laugh-effect bothers you too, that won't be an issue either as it won't be there if you just use the look of the helmet when you transmog.There are better looking ones, but this one actually is ok IMO
10-18-2011 @ 2:09PM
That is, far and away, my favorite helm. And the on use effect makes me giggle every time. Which reminds me: have to dust off my macro that makes the helm laugh before my warrior charges...
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