The Transmog system has been expanded upon over the course of the last few years of WoW. When it was introduced, there were still a lot of restrictions that have been softened over time. By now, different Legendarys may be mogged and even the type of weapon hardly plays a role anymore. Even strange weapons, such as wriggling fish, which used to be banned for mogging, are now used. However, there are still some items whose appearance cannot be transferred to your current armor. For some of these, fans of the system have been persistently asking for the restrictions to be loosened a bit more. In one such case, they have now been successful.
Starting with the upcoming patch 9.0.5, the oft-requested look of rhinestone-studded sunglasses may be applied to your current headgear as the developers unlock the Jeweler's Art item for the system. The item comes from the Cataclysm expansion and requires some gems as well as real gold, which is transmuted by alchemists, so it might not be particularly cheap. Or you have some luck. Because the template can also be included in the gift pack of the Blingtron 4000. Or for some gold via the Black Market Auction House.
For the rest of the glasses, like the Jeweler's Amber Monocle, the Jeweler's Sapphire Monocle or the Jeweler's Ruby Monocle, the developers haven't announced anything yet. However, it's quite possible that these will also be released for the Transmog system.
Do you prefer your Transmog sets to have such an unusual look, or do you prefer to keep it classic with any T-sets?03:42
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