The Toons on Promenade is a new WoW transmog and glamour vendor. This article will cover the basics of what the Toons on Promenade is, how it works, and why you should consider buying from them.
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I was reminded that I hadn’t updated my roster on my current transmog state in a long time. I don’t need to be asked twice since I’m a complete show off. Let’s get this party started!
Since BfA, my primary hasn’t altered at all! Her robe fits so well with the ice and mage theme that I can’t get enough of it. She still wields the basic staff appearance of Legion’s Ebonchill, and her robe fits so well with the ice and mage theme that I can’t get enough of it.
My priest likes her Black Temple set robes because the t-shirt sleeves give her a practical, down-to-earth appearance that is appropriate for a battlefield medic. I’m not sure I’d alter the staff: the spinning spheres are wailing for life energy, and the golden/blue design screams Alliance. The only addition is a Kyrian cloak, which is very well-fitting (not seen on the pic).
This PvP-obtained gothic robe is so metal and badass that it’s been worn by my warlock since Legion — in fact, both of my warlocks wore it when I had two. Of course, I prefer staves, but for the time being, she’ll have to make do with a dagger enchanted with fel-fire for a green glow.
My rogue retains the appearance I created for Halloween last year: spooky green and pumpkin-colored hair (and eyes). I may alter it in the future expansion, but for now, this Hellfire Citadel outfit is beautiful and fits well with the Sinfall nobility where she resides. Daggers that are both simple and beautiful.
My monk will be dressed in a Pandaria-themed clothing and wielding Siege of Orgrimmar weaponry. Oriental-themed, practical, and down-to-earth.
My Northrend soldiers, whomever they are, continue to like the armor and this specific axe. Is it possible that the shoulders and belt originated from Draenor as well? Northrend’s browns, on the other hand, give the field a badass appearance.
Gnomes look great in skirts, particularly if they’re plate-armored, and the Heart of Fear outfit is one of the few that allows it. The twin swords are basic yet functional, and they have a frost shine about them.
My druid was so taken with Ardenweald’s winter-themed nature set that she finished it all, sword and all. I don’t like my toons barefoot, so the boots are the only thing missing. For the time being, it’s the appearance; in the future expansion, I’m thinking of going with brown/green forest hues.
Heart of Fear – once more. Actually, I’m not too fond of the set; it’s a little haphazard. Someday, I’d play around with the aesthetics a little, but maintain the brown/green forest motif. Thori’dal is the most elven bow in the game, with a star-themed design.
She’s been wearing that custom gear since BfA, and I’m too pleased with it to alter it. It’s also the finest spear in the game, and she’s only made one appearance so yet.
She required fresh looks after switching races from a scorched-out, ashen Lightforged to a happier, livelier genuine draenei. The Dragon Soul paladin set provided the answer. Weapon – a Draenor-themed crystal hammer, which hasn’t altered.
The shaman Schlitzchen, like my priest, has always been a compassionate and practical, down-to-earth, and calm person. These magnificent garments of utilitarian, field brown, and pristine white came from the Tomb of Sargeras. The dual, lightning-charged wrench maces haven’t altered since Draenor. You’d understand why I’ll never alter them if you saw the animations of this specific goblin doing this exact enhanced rotation.
My last hunter is dressed in one of my favorite bespoke outfits, which has been worn by a number of hunters before her. Weapon – I believe it’s a plain gun; I couldn’t ask for anything finer, and she looks so natural and beautiful with it.
I gave Heltzen the Arabic-themed, desert outfit since she is a fire wizard. She may not be the most practical in the field, but she is at ease, beautiful, and stands out. The staff is a basic vanilla one with a white pointed knob, and for some reason, the armory displays a frost glow although it clearly has a fire one.
My demon hunter is dressed in a simple purple warglaives and a dark custom outfit.
Final Fantasy XIV is another option, and my characters are performing transmogs (or – glamours) there as well.
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She got this spear in a dragon-themed “vanilla dungeon,” and what a fortunate drop it was, since she’s been wielding it ever since. The outfit is a unique mix from Heavensward questing, consisting of tall boots and an angel-like glove/chest combo.
You can recolor most items in Final Fantasy XIV into a hundred various colors, and I chose festive red to help her stand out in the gloom of nights and dungeons while still conveying a heroic appearance.
I’ve yet to find a set that matches this chest piece, with most dragoon choices being excellent but dull variants of knight armor, so I’ve stuck with it for the last two expansions – ever since I acquired them.
Last but not least, my Lalafell persona is a machinist, or a steampunk gunslinger. I could always go for her favorite outfit of coat, trousers, and boots, but that’s not it. I’m wearing the current, un-glamored armors until I receive the next one since the new questing items are very intriguing.
That’ll do it for tonight; I hope you had a good time on the promenade:)
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