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Post by Eorl @ 11:21am 18/07/13 | 4 Comments
Blizzard has unveiled three new head piece cosmetics for their long-running MMO World of Warcraft, with each item offering a varying degree of flashy particle effects. The new helms are available through Blizzard's online store, each one priced at $15.

Those who do purchase the hats will find each of these cosmetic items takes up your head slot, has no stats, and works across all races and classes. Players can visit the NPC Transmogrifier to replace the look of your existing cloth, leather, mail, or plate headgear.
Recovered from the frozen battlefields of Northrend, the Crown of Eternal Winter enshrouds your character in an icy visage of death. Now you can adopt the look of an elite member of the Scourge, but without the inconvenience of undying bondage in the service of the Lich King.

Salvaged from the remains of the fallen minions of Ragnaros the Firelord, this helm sets you apart as a glowing beacon on an otherwise crowded battlefield. Where’s the rally point? How about by that guy with the RAW ELEMENTAL FIRE emanating from his forehead?

Forged from Fel Iron and shrouded in flames, the Hood of Hungering Darkness is a remnant of a rare dark magic only practiced by the warlocks of the Shadow Council. The lingering curse that keeps this headpiece burning is thought to be harmless, but feign demonic possession once you adorn it and see who dares to believe otherwise.
For a full look at the new headgear, swing by the Blizzard Store which features a rotating 3D model for each hat to show off the unique particle effects.



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Ivonin
Posted 07:14pm 19/7/13
People are still playing this?
agro
Posted 07:56pm 19/7/13
by the amazing amount of posts in this thread, i'd suggest not really :)

i feel for blizzard and their lack of cash, i heartily approve this product..
Reverend Evil
Posted 09:51pm 19/7/13
I don't mind paying $15 for a mount but those head pieces are a bit silly. Most of the time I have helms turned off anyway.
Mosfx
Posted 07:06am 20/7/13
$15 pfft thats like three games of steam
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