There were mixed reactions to the Rogue tier 21 Regalia of the Dashing Scoundrel, but personally I adored the Robin Hood vibe. I was working (unsuccessfully) with the red and blue mythic version of the head piece trying to put a Rogue set together when it evolved into a Demon Hunter set. I love that there are now non-class specific versions of tier sets, I just wish that Blizzard would fix the female hair issue – as you can see from these images it completely disappears. At least with this head piece it looks like she has her hair tucked up in a posh bun.
Dashing Demon Hunter is a set that borrows from a couple of other class sets while still keeping a demon hunter-esque vibe. As mentioned the head, item, is look-alike rogue tier, and the shoulders, item, are look-alike monk tier. There’s even a couple of items that share appearances with druid legendaries thrown in there. So how exactly does it keep that Demon Hunter feel? It isn’t just the two massive glaives. I like to build my transmog sets around centre pieces and for me the chest piece is one of those. This one is from the Demon Hunter tier 19, and the legs are a skirt that match the chest really well – but are surprisingly from the previous expansion.
Dashing Demon Hunter
Main Hand & Off Hand
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 🙂
Over To You
What makes a set feel like a class set to you?
Do you like mixing up look-alike tier items?
What is your favourite Demon Hunter tier?
Let me know in the comments, as always I’d love to hear from you 🙂
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