The Battle for Azeroth DLC is advancing at full speed, as the flames of conflict between the Alliance and the Horde have been extinguished. It's time to once again raise your sword for the glory of your faction - and of course, don't forget to don your allied colors!
NOTE: If you're looking for transmogrification kits suitable for the Alliance, check out the other guide, Show Your Commitment: Alliance.
If you wish to create your own Horde- or Alliance-inspired transmogrification kit, or simply want to create a kit for yourself, check out the "Creating Custom NonSet Transmogrifications" guide for all the nuances and intricacies of picking the perfect look for your characters.
All kits on this page are fully complete - this means that there are no hidden cells (e.g. head, helmet, shoulders, etc.), and the kit itself is "whole" (i.e. consisting of one type of armor - chainmail and leather are not mixed and stirred). There are items from all the add-ons in the sets, it is possible that some of these items can no longer be obtained, but you can still use them if you obtained these items before they were put away.
Coat of Arms
There are a large number of crest capes in the game that we can use. The ones below are those in red, have a dark gray border, and the images on them resemble the emblem of the Horde. This color combination is only available to Horde players.
These fabric armor kits are great for your priest, blacksmith, and mage. The specified kits may or may not be bound to a class. Please make sure that you check them to make sure they match your class.
These leather armor sets are great for your demon hunter, brigand, druid, and monk. The specified kits may or may not be tied to a class. Please make sure you check them to make sure they match your class.
These sets of chainmail armor are great for your hunter and shaman. The kits listed may or may not be linked to a class. Please make sure that you check them to make sure they match your class.
These armor sets are great for your paladin, warrior, and death knight. The specified kits may or may not be tied to a class. Please make sure that you check them to make sure they match your class.
Hi, I'm Keldesh. You may know me as the author of "Well Poop! Will there be poop quests in BFA?" and "Herbs, Pigments & Inks... Oh, my!" and several others that have also come from under my pen. You can check out the full list of guides I've written on my user profile page.
I mostly play as an Alliance, but I have a few Horde characters on various game worlds. I enjoy playing for both factions, but my friends prefer the Alliance.
The Battle for Azeroth add-on is just around the corner and I decided to dress up my characters in outfits to match their faction. After putting together a few kits, I figured a lot of people would want to do the same. I'm still working on the appearance of my characters, so this guide (like Show Your Allegiance Transmogs [Horde]), will be updated. I would like to have 4 types of armor for each of the factions.