What an in-depth guide, I'm seriously blown away by how this pretty much covers every aspect of disguse I <3. Mark of the Dragon Lord used to be my best kept secret, now it will be popular =(
Alright, can I say I do love the new guides? Well done!
HA! The first thing I thought was, Wow she forgot a ton of them. Then I scrolled down O.o Thank you for putting this together. It makes a great list, and showed me some things I didn't know about. ^_^ Hat
Savory Deviate Delight turns you into a pirate or a ninja, and not just a ninja. Otherwise an excellent guide. I'll definitely be hunting some of these items down. :)
I am sad Bulwark Disguise was not included. The armor looks kinda awesome on some characters although you can't complete the questline if you wanna keep it and it only works in Twilight Bulwark in Thousand Needles, but oh well.
Nice guide. I had no idea that you could still pick up a Furbolg transformation item... At least you have to earn it (and they ramped up the CD).One small omission: Savory Deviate Delight can also turn you into a human pirate.EDIT: And I was beaten to it.
What about the axe or w/e that turns you into a dragonkin?
What about the axe or w/e that turns you into a dragonkin?Did you mean Dragon's Call? Otherwise I can think of Fury of Angerforge which might be fun to add.
The loss of Dire Brew is one of my big Cataclysm regrets. I really hope they fix it soon, I always used to have a pot on me.
The Winterfall Firewater no longer drops according to my experience killing several hundred of them the day before 4.1
Why Deathbringer's Will is not in the list?
What about the axe or w/e that turns you into a dragonkin?Did you mean Dragon's Call? Otherwise I can think of Fury of Angerforge which might be fun to add.If you are going to add in that trinket might as well add in Deathbringer's WillBah 50 seconds late.
At first I didn't want to include stuff like quest items that work in sub-zones or items that only procced in combat, because that's not that useful for a practical disguise. However since there was some interest in Fury of Angerforge, I might as well stick DBW in too. (Also, I hated the disguise in ICC because it would proc during PvP and I'd forget to have a cancelaura macro for it and be unable to mount.)
There's also the Worg Disguise from the quest In Worg's Clothing... Too bad it's not in there, its always been one of my favorites, though I guess it is pretty limited because you can't cast spells, enter combat or leave Howling Fjord without losing it. And you can't finish the quest... On the flip side though it has a small cool down, is usable in-doors, and gives 60% increased run speed.Edit: My bad it gives an 80% increased run speed.
Awesome guide. I was actually checking to see if you missed anything, but I couldn't find too much wrong. You got just about every costume and special effect I can think of (except quest-related stuff which, in my opinion, is too much to bother documenting).
I thought that was a good guide. But if i miss read it then you forgot the Iron Stone Dwarves with the metal things and being able to turn into with the ring or the metal was pretty cool. or even when you turned into a girl troll thing it the snow mountains near dal was breath taking.
Lok'lira's Bargain is what you mean by girls in the snow mountains, I think? And the Iron Stone Dwarves should be listed under Playable Races/Vendor.
Looks like it's time to see if I can solo heroic Magister's Terrace on my warlock :P (I completely forgot about that orb!)
Electromagnetic Gigaflux Reactivator is another fun item that gives you an spinning electric ball for 10 minutes. The best part is you can change headpiece after using it and not lose the effect.
You can mount flying mounts as a Taunka, but not ground mount.