A Troll-themed gun. The only thing that could've improved how cool this looks would've been some shrunken heads.
Those Horde Trolls have an axe to grind.
Although a Tauren-themed weapon, this looks more like an Orcish tool. Some turquoise would've made this mace look more like it belongs in Mulgore.
This Night Elf axe has more feathers on it's in-game model. As usual, the moon is a central design motif.
The best thing about this weapon is its animation, which makes it look like something you'd take out for Thanksgiving dinner.
How sweet is this? The name alone screams Sylvanas, and everything from the skull to the spikes to the color makes it a perfect Forsaken weapon.
Moon? Feathers? Smooth curving lines? Yep, classic Night Elf weaponry.
This weapon would look right at home in Naxxramas. Then again, the Undercity IS from the same design mold.
Everything from the carvings to the hammer mark this gun as Dwarven creation.
A design that is reminiscent of the outland-ish Burning Crusade, this crystal-based Draenei two-handed sword is simply gorgeous.
Hammers and Dwarves go together like coffee and donuts. This one-handed mace looks regal and wrought from the furnaces of Ironforge.
Though it's slightly lacking more reds and golds, this avian-inspired sword fits nicely with the residents of Silvermoon City.
A third weapon for Night Elves? An appropriate one, though... this is a Druid stave.
Tauren get their own version of the Druid stave, but this picture doesn't do it justice. The top of the staff is adorned with a floating, glowing cat head.