I'd like to know how that DK is managing to keep it's head held up. WTF Horns!
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Warlock wins. I love it.Also, since when has Warlock tier/season gear ever had cloth shoulders/hoods? We've always had some kind of bones, skulls, spikes, and/or chains in our look. In fact, most cloth tier/season gear takes liberties when it comes to shoulder and head armor... and I don't know about you, but i'm very thankful for that. It's boring enough having the same-old same-old when it comes to body and hand gear (you can forget about legs and feet, they're basically unseen thanks to our robes.Sure, Death Knights are kinda pushing into our territory when it comes to death & destruction. Blizzard just needs to make the distinction that Death Knights deal with the unholy, whereas Warlocks envelop themselves with the demonic.Overall these sets look amazing. Only a few seem to have been somewhat neglected during the transition from Vicious to Ruthless *coughShamancough*
Hunter = Shao Kahn
Samurai hunters, Ninja priests, Piranha warriors, Barbarian druids... i don't think i like this tier models.
"Hey, it's a plane ... no, a traffic-sign ... ummh, a metal bird ... ""Shut up dumbface, it's a PvP-Paladin"
Warrior looks like "Hurr... Pacman Eatin' mah face!"
Here i can see the shining example, how the production quality can be eliminated by dead imagination.Not even funny.
No one seems to mention that the Female model view of the Mage looks a lot like Maleficient...
Theese are MUCH better than the tier 12 (i personally thought the tier 12 was amazing though) theese actually define the classes (especialy warlock opposed from warlock tier 12 where you could've mistaken it as a mage/preist set but when you see the warlock pvp set you take oen look and go "cool! that must be warlock!") P.S. The warrior pvp armor looks like pacman! hehe
So the gold color scheme for Druids gets pants, but the red and black versions get skirts?