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12-04-2011 @ 2:49AM
@Pyro: Fashion is extremely subjective, and not every mage wants to look "Dalaran-y". I'm a mage, goddammit. If I don't look like I got spit out of RuPaul's Dragulator, I don't feel like I'm doing it right. I'm a Blood Mage by RP and theme, and the flashier the better as far as I'm concerned. T7 is boring and plain to me. I happen to love the Tempest Regalia for its balls out ostentatiousness. It was the very first outfit I wore on patch day, along with my Staff of the Redeemer, and I got a ton of compliments. I've since switched to T4 with my Frostscythe of Ahune.Tirisfal Regalia is a gorgeous and understated set, on the opposite end of the spectrum, and I'm using the hood for my Sunreaver set (which is a work in progress). T12 is also incredibly appropriate for a Blood Mage, and I plan on keeping it in void storage for the future. I've been wearing it since the summer and I'm just tired of it now, but it's definitely going to be a top outfit some time from now.tbh, mages have an embarassment of riches when it comes to ready-to-wear looks. Most of our tier looks great, we have very few "oh jesus what is that?" tiers. It's not like we're hunters. :P
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