Phat Loot Phriday: Sleeveless T-Shirt

Zach Yonzon
Z. Yonzon|05.21.10

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Phat Loot Phriday: Sleeveless T-Shirt
Bah, weapons! Who needs 'em? Armor? For sissies! Real soldiers enter battle in nothing but a Sleeveless T-Shirt! The last time we featured a shirt on Phat Loot Phriday, we took a look at Precious's Ribbon from Icecrown Citadel. It's a great shirt ... if you want to win a prize for biggest pansy. If you're truly a badass, nothing less than the Sleeveless T-Shirt can contain all your awesomeness. Fine, it probably isn't the smartest thing to wade into battle wearing just a Sleeveless T-Shirt, but you'll be sure to inspire more than a few gasps and maybe even make some enemies drop their weapons and flee your bodaciousness. But don't count on it.

Name Sleeveless T-Shirt
Type Shirt
  • has no sleeves (obviously)
  • has flavor text
  • has the distinction of being the only shirt in the game to be stealthily upgraded from poor (gray) quality to common (white). That's right, even the developers thought the shirt was so badass they decided to change the item quality in Patch 3.3.3!

How To Get It: One of the coolest things about the Sleeveless T-Shirt is that it only drops off Alliance players in Alterac Valley, which means you have to PvP in order to get it. Or, you know, hop into the battleground and loot dead bodies while avoiding any actual combat (nobody has to know). You can also fake your awesomeness in battle by buying it through the auction house, although it boggles the mind as to why anyone would sell such a fantabulous shirt. Alliance players can luck out on the shirt through neutral auction houses, but it seems strange that they would need to do so considering the shirt is standard issue among the rank and file. I mean, they do drop it, after all.

How To Get Rid Of It: Why anyone would want to part with a shirt inspected by Earl Z. Moade himself is anybody's guess, but the most desperate (not to mention tasteless) individuals can sell it to a vendor for 3 silver and 61 copper. More enterprising types can obviously course it through the aforementioned auction houses. The honorable way to dispose of it would be to destroy it while in battle, maybe as you fall to an overwhelming enemy force. It's an RP thing.
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