Honor your legacy with two new Heritage Armor sets—one for undead and one for night elves—with the release of the Fury Incarnate content update. Players will also have new skin colors for undead characters, and night elf characters will have new facial markings and body tattoos to choose from.
Forsaken Heritage Armor and New Skin Customizations
Players level 50 and above can begin their journey toward acquiring the new Forsaken Champion Heritage Armor by speaking to Lilian Voss in the Ruins of Lordaeron and beginning the quest “Unliving Summons.” On completion, you’ll receive the Forsaken Champion’s Attire (ensemble) which includes two chest pieces, cloak, waist, feet, wrist, head, hands, legs, shoulder, and a new tabard.
Both chest pieces are interchangeable between male and female characters, and players will also receive an updated Undercity tabard design.
Players who haven’t completed The Return to Lordaeron questline will need to complete this questline before they can access the new Heritage Armor questline. To begin this questline, speak with Calia Menethil in Orgrimmar.
With the release of the update, undead characters also have an additional five new skin colors to choose from. Make sure you visit the in-game Barber to select your new skin (we’re told they’re all quite supple.)
Night Elf Heritage Armor and New Facial Markings and Tattoos
Players level 50 and above can undertake a new questline to acquire the Kaldorei Protector’s Adornment (ensemble). This set includes Feet, chest, waist, head, shoulder, hand, legs, and wrist pieces. Players will also receive a new title.
To begin the questline, navigate your way to the Stormwind Embassy and click on the scroll on the table to start “The Clarion’s Call.”
Stand out while blending in with nature with new facial markings and body tattoos. Visit your favorite in-game Barber to get that fresh new ink—we swear it’s painless.
Stay tuned to the official World of Warcraft site for more information on the Fury Incarnate update going live on September 5.