Yesterday, we explored the Purple Judgement non-set, so it only seems fair that we continue our exploration of re-skinned Tier 2 goodness, as not all of you play paladins (why not?) at the present time.

Today we take a look at the reskinned level 70 version of the warrior's Cylon Wrath set. I was always impressed with the look of this set, with the bladed shoulders, and the mohawk-blade helm. I'm not sure which I like more, the original purple, or this new green version.

How do you warriors feel that your sets (and non-sets) are focused on tanking rather than on arms or fury builds? Can you live without a good-looking coherent set of armor pieces?

If you are looking to tank, here are the non-set pieces that visually form a green Wrath set (which I like to call "Envy") and where you'll find them:

Greathelm of the Unbreakable
Drops From: Grand Warlock Nethekurse in the Shattered Halls

Fanblade Pauldrons
Drops From: Shirrak the Dead Watcher in Auchenai Crypts (HEROIC)

Jade-Skull Breastplate
Drops From: Nethermancer Sepethrea in The Mechanar

Vambraces of Daring
Drops From: Nazan/Vazruden reward box in Hellfire Ramparts (HEROIC)

Thatia's Self-Correcting Gauntlets
Drops From: Dalliah the Doomsayer in The Arcatraz

Girdle of the Immovable
Drops From: Quagmirran in the Slave Pens (HEROIC)

Greaves of the Shatterer
Drops From: Warchief Kargath Bladefist in the Shattered Halls

Boots of the Colossus
Drops From: Pandemonius in Mana-Tombs (HEROIC)

The total set bonuses come to:
Armor: 6670
Strength: 180
Stamina: 278
Defense: 166
Parry: 15
Shield Block: 97

That's a pretty impressive warrior set, IMHO. Add in some jewel sockets for some extra goodness, and you may have a pretty decent tanking set on your hands. Warriors, what do you think? How does this stack up against the 5-piece Bold set?

This article was originally published on WoW Insider.

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