The World of Warcraft is one of the most popular MMORPGs, with over 10 million players. Each player identifies themselves by their race and class, which are defined through a character’s choice of Warforge weapons. This post will highlight each weapon type in alphabetical order for easy reference.,
Dragumagu, a freelance artist from Brazil who previously created pixel art of the Shadowlands zones, dungeons, and raid bosses, has completed another project, recreating a variety of famous weapons from World of Warcraft history, including Rhok’delar, the Ancient Keepers’ Longbow, and Thunderfury, the Blessed Blade of the Windseeker.
Weapons are displayed on the wall. Doomhammer, Rae’shalare, Death’s Whisper, Rhok’delar, Ancient Keepers’ Longbow, Thori’dal, the Stars’ Fury, Val’anyr, Hammer of Ancient Kings, Shadowmourne, Fists of the Heavens, Fangs of the Devourer, Spine of Thal’kiel, both Warglaives of Azzinoth, Golad, Twilight of Aspects, and Tiriosh The Ages of Nightmares, Sulfuras, Hand of Ragnaros, Xal’atath, Blade of the Black Empire, Skull of the Man’ari, Ashbringer, Fangs of Ashamane, Benediction, Atiesh, Greatstaff of the Guardian, Quel’Serrar, Quel’Delar, Might of the Faithful, Benediction, Atiesh, Greatstaff of the Guardian, Quel’Serrar, Quel’Delar, Might of the Faithful, Thunderfury, Windseeker’s Blessed Blade, Dragonwrath, Tarecgosa’s Rest, and Lok’delar, Ancient Keepers’ Stave
The Hungering Cold, Scepter of Sargeras, Taeshalach, Gorehowl, and Xal’atoh, Desecrated Image of Gorehowl are among the cards that did not make it onto the wall.
These weapons have been recreated in pixelized form, mounted on weapon racks in the personal armory of some unnamed adventurer’s house, with a delicious level of detail. The aesthetic is also evocative of the Paladin and Hunter Order Halls in Legion, which each had a number of weapons displayed on the wall like trophies, treasures of some great champion waiting to be resurrected.
Famous weapons line the walls of both the Paladin and Hunter Order Halls from Legion.
Some of these weapons may be familiar from the Hero’s Den, which displayed a wall of trophies that you’d expect to find in the hands of a seasoned adventurer. Both the wall of weapons and the Hero’s Den evoke notions of what customisable player housing may look like if it ever arrived to World of Warcraft, whether it’s a martial arms chamber of combat ready weaponry or a calm place to reminisce on previous exploits.
If you like Dragumagu’s art as much as we do, you should follow him on Twitter, Artstation, or even buy him a cup of coffee!