Transmog Tuesdat - Azerite Defender

I decided to pick plate for the next azerite themed set thinking, hey, paladin sets have loads of of blue and gold stuff and there’s look alike gear so I can put together a non-class set. It’ll be easy! Boy, was I wrong. In a nut shell; the pvp sets have perfect stuff but then I’d need to do one set per plate class. In the end I actually went back to my first choice so sometimes it pays to just go with your instincts!

The Azerite Defender set is based on the Paladin tier 15 raid set which has non-class equivalents available. It also comes in a yellow equivalent (item) and the matching boots also have a chunkier equivalent too (item), making this one of the most adaptable sets I think I’ve ever made. Although I’ve chosen a one hander and a shield to accompany the set you could quite easily use item in both hands or find other weapons of your choice.

 

Azerite Defender

 

Head

Shoulder

Back

Chest

 

 

Wrist

Hands

Waist

 

 

Legs

Feet

Main Hand

Shield

 

About #TransmogTuesday

Every Tuesday is #TransmogTuesday and I’ll be posting with a new creation. My main is a discipline priest called Kaelea, so I do tend to edge towards cloth transmogs more than anything else. The aim of this project is to push my own boundaries, to get creative and work on some themes and ideas I’d normally not consider. That means I’m open to suggestions! Themes, colours, a transmog set around a particular item? Let me know 🙂

You can see my pre-existing work over at Wowhead where I’ll also be uploaded any and all sets. ((Texture used in banner is from Mercurycode.))

 

Over To You

Let me know in the comments, as always I’d love to hear from you 🙂

Pin This - An azerite themed plate set based around the paladin tier 15 and highly adaptable with several different pieces you can swap around! Click to view the full set.

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