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Tier 20

Tier 20

It is all about tier 6: the remastered versions of those glorious armor sets are all over. And it is not that bad: the veteran players might shed a tear of nostalgia, the newbies are going to enjoy some of the most stunning WoW armor designs ever, not even knowing what raids they originally come from – everyone will be happy, I’m sure. That was done for a certain reason: tier 6 was partly obtainable in the Sunwell Plateu, the vey raid that Mr Destruction-and-Oblivion AKA Kil’Jaeden was the final boss in.

World of Warcraft is known for its fabulous armor! WoW heroes have always been among the most stylish ones! Tier 20, that can be obtained in Tomb of Sargeras, only adds up to the grandeur!

Origin of inspiration

This time Warcraft designers decided to play it safe: almost all new collections have visual resemblance to Tier 6, one of the best top-rank gear ever! It is so for a reason, as the set was partly-obtainable in Sunwell Plateau: guess who was its final boss? Kil’Jaeden, right! Sometimes the game repeats itself indeed, but thankfully not completely, so guilds are not going to look identical to what they used to back in 2008.

New guys, new gear

Speaking of what Tier 20 actually is, we’d better discuss classes in particular or at least in groups. Since Demon Hunter, Death Knight, and Monk don’t have Tier 6, their new tiers haven't got anything in common with class-related classical patterns, but they still resemble armor fr om the past: the Monk’s one has a touch of some good old Shaman items, the Death Knight’s looks like some ancient content patch Warrior or Paladin’s gear, and the Demon Hunter tier’s sandals strike you as something pool party-esque!

Retro fashion weeks

All the others are almost identical to T6, but still several minor differences are observable: Druids got a creepy mask for the Mythic set, Hunters’ boots now have skulls nailed to them, one of the Mage variants is really Emerald City-esque, Paladins and Priests shoulders’ upd ate made them stroboscopic, Rogues and Warriors’s gear got mossed with vials and lamps, Warlocks obtained amazing spikes for their Mythic difficulty se t skull horns, and Shamans from now on can cosplay almost any other caster class with a new bunch of color variants.

Hardly obtainable

All the items, all the tier 20 pieces, that you are going to need for the complete sets are hardly obtainable, if you do not have enough time or reliable teammates. Many users have problems of this kind, and the only solution that remains for them is to buy tier pieces, either in bundle, or one by one from various sites. But you never know what you get, as there are so many swindlers online that are willing and able to sell even air!

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Death Knight-T20

TIER 20 DEATH KNIGHT  
Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan

Some true Medieval knight touch in the helmet design makes it look a bit weird, but still pretty decent. However, it is not the class best one and definitely not better than the previous one.

Demon Hunter-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan
  
Hardly better or worse than its predecessor. Kilt instead of trousers does not seem an obvious decision for Demon Hunter, but in general the design is still pretty pleasant.

Druid-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan
  
Apparent homage to the magnificent Thunderheart Armor: even the bones in the kilt are there.

Hunter-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan

Remember that eye in the forehead? Well, it is back. And that’s for the best, as, probably, t6 was one of the strangest and most amazing hunter sets so far. The only difference between t20 and t6 is skulls in the boots, as nothing makes an item – no matter where and how you wear it – more epic than skulls attached to it.

Mage-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan
  
It is possible to catch the Tempest Keep vibe just looking at this armor set! The green one also turns you into the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, but who said it’s bad?

Monk-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan
  
There is definitely something shaman-esque about that helmet. Since when are monks known to be devoted taxidermists? Not really impressive, to be honest: probably, the worst Monk tier so far.

Paladin-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan
  
Another tier 6 well remastered: just compare the boots with those of the Lighbringer set. The only significant difference is the way more shiny shoulders, as, well, paladins definitely need as many shiny objects on them as possible.

Priest-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan

The good old Absolution Armor got more glow: now any priest is going to be a perfect solution for a night-lamp with that tender soothing light coming from both their shoulders and head.

Rogue-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan
  
Another tier 6 tribute with a little more than average elements added: those bloody balls (sounds amazing) are all over! Both wrists got blood level measuring smartwatches, which is only natural in 2017.

Shaman-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan
  
Perhaps, the neatest and the most interesting interpretation of t6. It is funny how all the colour variants are different in so many ways: the green one looks like something druids might wear, same is about the purple and mages, the white and priests, with the only true shaman one being the orange. It is not bad, quite on the contrary, as it is a rare example of when colour makes so much difference.

Warlock-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan

Another awesome t6 remastered. Yet, for some weird reason, I feel that there is something three-piece suit about the blue one – a most amazing option for a business conference outwear!

Warrior-T20

Head: Demonic Inquisition
Shoulder: Fallen Avatar
Chest: Kil’Jaeden
Back: The Desolate Host
Legs: Mistress Sassz’ine
Hands: Harjatan

Simply another good t6 remastered with dozens of small lamps added. It is not that the Tomb of Sargeras is an extremely dark place, but extra lamps are still rarely bad.

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