You get these in old world PvP and world content such as WG, AB (Defilers), AV (frostwolf) which uses MoH. Not much like 1-3 tokens per item. Your Garrison base(WoD) has gear there too that doesn't need MoH though they use Iron Horde scraps instead. Ashran has a tabard and mount on exhalted at 500 marks each. You don't need exhalted rep. My hunter (Valkyri @Durotan) farmed most of these already that's how I know.
Lol"These are the cloth options for your Priest, Warlock, and Mage. These sets may or may not be class specific. Please make sure you check all the items for class requirements.""Remember, the guide is just to give you a good look at the transmog so you can see if you like it - it's up to you to find the pieces in-game and try them on for real!""The Alliance guide is identical in layout to the Horde one, so you can move between the two without having to learn anything new!"April Fool's joke released early accidentally?
You do realize what a guide is, don't you? A guide is something/someone that helps you get to where you need (or want) to go. There's no need for you to get everything handed to you on a silver plate. Are you able to find the outfits, based on the information and tools in the guide? If so, then it's doing its job.
I've seen a lot of guide comments over the years, and there are definitely people who prefer guides with a more narrow focus or not repeating/replicating something straightforward found in the database. So, we've started with some transmog guides with cool layouts. Maybe next week we'll highlight a longer guide covering a different aspect of the game. The point is to show cool things people have created for fun on the site. We post news whenever the staff publishes a series of guides, like the PvP and Artifact Challenges, and since we have a vibrant guide community we'd like to also showcase those guides more regularly too.My personal rec (I'm not the author of this series, SquireKel is) would be something like Falcosaur or Ambassador of the Alliance/Horde in a Day. I encourage people to leave recs in the thread so we know the sorts of guides you'd like to see spotlighted!
the layout of that guide is nice, and to start with the different versions of tabards is good, though i would also include tabards of the subfactions of Horde and Alliancenow to the bad.The Transmogs are not good. And using so many blood elves, even for 2 of the alliance mogs, is not thematically fitting. If you want to see some great faction transmogs you should browse the characters from RP-Servers
This and this are good examples. Detailed information on where to get every piece, right there on the spot. Highlighted guide should be, in my opinion, getting close to that level when it comes to giving out information.
While I do agree in the sentiment that the guide is a little... Limited in it's focus, I feel as though the creator's done a good job, even going so far as (in most cases) providing multiple styles for a single armor class. I hope that the creator decides to do more in the future, perhaps focusing on the non-Stormwind and Orgrimmar stylings for each faction, if they choose do to so.
is it by any chance a pure coincidence that you've picked a faction orientated guide in the wake of the upcoming 'faction pride' focused expansion ?I get the rule of cool, but as nice looking the guide is, it's very little information to the amount of visuals it uses to convey information, I'm not saying the guide is bad, just that it looks unfinished.