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12-18-2011 @ 8:08AM
My only restriction seems to be the weapon types, so it takes forever for me to decide what to transmog my MH/OH into while my staves collect dust in my bank. Otherwise I prefer my charaters to have the gear type on... partly because cloth is my only restriction :P
12-18-2011 @ 8:47AM
Weapons for me as well, to an extent.Three words: Titan's Grip Polearms.
12-18-2011 @ 11:59AM
Ugh, the weapon restrictions. The mace and sword I wanted to use for my paladin --once upon a time useful tanking weapons for her--are main hand items (BC era weapons having caster stats on them still). As a tank, she uses One-Hand. it won't let me transmog them.Yet my roommate could transmog one-hand vs main-hand daggers on her rogue the other day. WTH?I didn't go for old pvp gear, but my Hunter is happy with low-level mail quest items instead of the ridiculous tier sets that class gets. I'm trying to get the new white caster cloth from the Hour of Twilight dungeons for my mage; I've been stuck on what look to give her. Usually I'm pretty happy with armor restrictions, but the weapons? Urgh.
12-18-2011 @ 2:55PM
Warriors can't normally dual wield Polearms, regardless of Transmogrification, so I don't think that restriction will lift anytime soon.In fact, with Polearms being exclusively Agility weapons these days, I wouldn't be too surprised if Warriors lost the ability to wield them in the future. As weird as that sounds.
12-19-2011 @ 12:25PM
Yes the "Main Hand" or "Unique" labels have sucked most of the goodness out of transmog making it a 'Meh' addition to what is quickly becoming a 'Meh' game. I'm thinking Blizz has had the headquarters in California to long as Baz Luhramann would have advised, and they have all gone soft.
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