the Dreadlord Regalia on a Draenei Male and Human Female
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Dreadlord’s Regalia brings two new armor variants to World of Warcraft

Go from unseen to center stage with this dreadful ensemble.

Just in time for the Trial of Style later this month, the Dreadlord’s Regalia armor set is now for sale in World of Warcraft. This fancy new armor set helps you dress like one of Azeroth’s greatest enemies: The Nathrezim. It’s available now for $20 in the in-game store.

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The set comes with two fashionable colors to best suit your most diabolical transmog. Both variants, the Shadowbane and Venombane sets, give you the whole usual getup — helm, shoulderpads, breeches, wings and all.

The new Dreadlord sets in World of Warcraft
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We recently learned a lot more about The Dreadlords in the previous WoW expansion, Shadowlands. What we thought was another group within The Burning Legion turned out to be a faction from the realm of death. They’ve managed to infiltrate virtually every organization in the known cosmos. At least, according to a report of theirs.

These vampire-adjacent monsters are responsible for some of the most terrible atrocities on Azeroth. They guided the invasion of The Burning Legion, the creation of The Lich King, and even The Jailer’s attempt to remake reality. The Unseen Guests, as they’re also known, have been a thorn in players’ sides since WarCraft III.

While it might be easy to think we’ve put an end to their sprawling, chaotic schemes; celebrations may be premature. For what better way to hide from your enemies than by having them dress like you? A truly cunning idea, is it not? Beware what you wear…


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