Heroes who have joined the Necrolord Pact in WoW: Shadowlands have long been preoccupied with a tricky puzzle. It's about the Necrolords' Unity Set, of which every trace was missing in the game until now. No one knew exactly where to get all the pieces of the coveted Transmog Set, after all, the snazzy Unity regalia comes in a bit more colorful than the rest of the Necrolords' Transmog Sets. This is what the Transmog set of cloth, leather, chain and plate looks like:
Unity Set: Leather
Unity Set: Fabric
Unity Set: Chain
Unity Set: Plate
Now, as far as the Transmog set is concerned, there is good news! Some players have discovered the source of the Unity Set. For this, you need the Monstrosity Mending
. This is a type of crafting that only Necrolords are allowed to do. Not only do you need special reagents, but you also need a lot of Anima and some Redeemed Souls to level up in Monstrosity Mending. We'll tell you step by step what you need to do as a Necrolord to obtain the Unity Transmog Set:
- Upgrade the monstrosity mending to rank 5 first.
- When the Monstrosity Mending reaches maximum level, you can create the Soul Fused Construct Unity.
- You create the construct through the Unity quest. You must rid Unity of its affliction with Bindings of Wellbeing (the quest costs you 1,750 Anima, 30 Malleable Flesh, and 5 High Quality Parts).
- Once Unity is constructed and available to you, you can take the construct with you on your travels. Every time you complete world quests in Maldraxxus with Unity as your companion, there is a chance that you will receive a piece from the Unity armor set.
The whole thing requires a lot more time and patience than other Transmog sets. Some Necrolords heroes have better luck collecting them, while others have to quest much longer to get the armor pieces, as the drop chance of the pieces is not 100%. Support buffed - it only takes a minute. Thank you!
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