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Do you need a particular rep with Aldor/Scryer to "purchase" these? As in, if I have never selected a faction, can I still buy them? If not, if I select a faction immediately before purchasing, will it work? Thanks. -- Jefpearl 23:13, 29 December 2007 (UTC)

Mage Set looks plain again. Everyone again got nice looking set, except for mages. They can be terrifying with their spells, but never with their look. C'mon, they can devastate entire armies in a matter of seconds, so why they always look as innocent and helpless as Red Riding Hood (or whatever her name was)? Warriors got nice demonic looking set, warlocks got sinister thing... Geez, even priest tier 5 set looks better... I know that what matters is stats, not looks, but still... --Sul'jin 15:10, 28 December 2006 (EST)

Eh, I like the mage set. Reminds me of Medivh (and as it is called Tirisfal Regalia, think it's supposed to, heh), and what mage wouldn't want to be like him? Well, good Medivh, not Sargeras-Medivh (Though I'm sure there are some who would want to be like that, too). --Maenos 15:18, 28 December 2006 (EST)
Those screenshots are awful quality. In-game they all look a hell of a lot better, especially the Mage one. -- Kirkburn (talk) 15:24, 28 December 2006 (EST)
True, awful quality. Still, in comparison with other sets, Mage's outfit looks poor. It does resemble Medivh's (I'm not sure, but I think "Escape from Durnholde Keep"-Medivh wears very similar looking outfit). But I still think that Tier 5 should look better than Tier 3, not the other way. Oh, and Paladin's set is kinda gay. But then again most of them do, and I play Horde, so I can't be bothered with this. --Sul'jin 16:49, 28 December 2006 (EST)
And paladins are soon to be added to the Horde ... seriously, though, is everyone so homophobic? I'd say many female paladins would appreciate the thoughts, and men should just get over themselves. Anyway, Medivh - Durnholde Keep, what have I missed? Why the hell is he there? -- Kirkburn (talk) 16:58, 28 December 2006 (EST)
Doh, me bad. I meant "Dark Portal Opening"-Medivh, of course! It's kinda late in here, you know... And I have nothing against homosexualist people, seriously. It just that this Paladin Tier 5 looks wierd, like silk, tight costume. But it can be just the image quality. --Sul'jin 17:52, 28 December 2006 (EST)
Haven't seen it in-game yet, but it probably looks far chunkier there :) -- Kirkburn (talk) 18:01, 28 December 2006 (EST)

The new pictures of Crystalforge set looks qiute ok with the tabard, but it still resembles Power Ranger suit... Blizzard could make it bulkier, so it would look less silly. It probably looks good on Draenei, but I would think few times before I would wear it on Blood Elf male. --Sul'jin 16:18, 12 January 2007 (EST)

Yea, the new Lock set looks threatening. But it's all still cloth... --Kwertz0r 11:32, 13 January 2007 (EST)

Having looked at the stats of the so-called Tier 5 armor in-game, they're not any better than what's being referred to as Tier 4; T4 items have better defensive stats, and the "T5" items have better offensive stats. They both seem to be about the same difficulty to obtain. So rather than continuing to refer to these sets as Tier 5 (when there's no official information that I know of that identifies them as such), wouldn't it be more accurate to refer to the two sets and Tier 4a and Tier 4b? - Ariochiv 07:01, 2 February 2007 (EST)

No, as T5 has a very clear +15 ilvl higher than T4. so there is a definite "increase" in the tier that should be noted. it;'s kind of silly also,, as the rogue T4 seems to be better than T5... or at least the helm is imo.  - CJ talk / cont  07:11, 2 February 2007 (EST)

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