Warlocks ride in single file …

Numerous people have been critical of the new Warlock Tier 3 armour on the official WoW forums, some people have even alluded to the fact that the armour is slightly reminiscent of something they’ve seen before. My advice? Always keep an eye out for Warlocks riding in single file.

Pictures below:

WarlockTier3a.jpg

WarlockTier3b.jpg

WarlockTier3c.jpg
(Above pic originally from http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v81/internetjones/warlocktier3.jpg).

4 Comments so far

  1. azuthus (unregistered) on June 22nd, 2006 @ 4:36 am

    I like it!!!!!

    This is no the first time we see a star wars feeling in the game.

    You can not tell me that the rams the stupid dwarves run around on are not a total copy of the Bantha.

    I laugh at those small midgests! However, I love each and every gnome girl I see!

    AZ


  2. phoenix (unregistered) on June 22nd, 2006 @ 6:56 am

    Why complain? I’d totally that that as a compliment! Then again, I don’t play a lock, so I suppose my opinion doesn’t count for very much…


  3. Fogarty (unregistered) on June 23rd, 2006 @ 10:33 am

    Hey, I just got my lightsaber yesterday!


  4. Jonas M Luster (unregistered) on June 28th, 2006 @ 3:32 am

    I love it. And Naxx is a hoot to boot, once the damn bugs are gone. Why? Because it continues a trend:

    Dreadmist – dark and shady, like the peak in the Barrens. A set reflecting the nature of the Warlock. In going with my old saying that 1-60 are the tutorial for WoW, this is the final reward for being patient, a reflection of what the Warlock is all about (including dead rat heads mounted to shoulders).

    Deathmist – it’s Dreadmist for people with money.

    Felheart – there’s Demons out there. We’re comfortable with our role, now. We understand that we are not Mages, we’re Warlocks, our pets and the power of the Nether are what makes us whom we are – we buff, we debuff, we snare, we root, we silence, and we survive thanks to Fel, the place no one wants to be but us. The look is rugged, like pieces skinned from a Demon. Fel essence makes us grow horns. We have come to be Warlocks.

    Nemesis – it’s the antithesis to the Mage’s Netherwind. Where the Mage draws power from the energy around us, we become that energy, channeling Demonic powers. The set is designed to look the way. It’s cold, it’s aggressive, and it looks a lot like it’d be perfect camouflage for Felwood.

    Finally, Plagueheart. Remember the warnings. Dabble too much in demonic energy, and you WILL fall prey to it, go bonkers. This is the borderline of crazy. Parts and pieces scrounged from the plagued bottom of the diseased demonic Nether. One can only imagine the Warlock, cackling manically, choking a Demon to its death, then tearing its eyes out and using it as part of some elaborate chestpiece.

    Now, the stats … that’s a different story. The 8-piece bonus is actually suckier in T3 than T1. But, by gawd, this looks cool, if you consider some of the background of a Warlock.



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