Speaking to the Dark Iron Brewer in the Grim Guzzler bar, located in Blackrock Depths, will yield a lootable Dire Brew mug (once he passes out, that is). Illusions vary based on armor types. Below is the cloth version of the illusion and a list of transmogs to recreate the look.
I had yet to be tempted to purchase an in-game mount (I had been perfectly happy with the X51-Nether-Rocket) until now! C’mon, a flying pig!
I love everything about it — the overall polish, the bags, the stream of coins falling out of the piggy bank, the pep in its step, and the magical wings that only appear in flight. Definitely one of the more fun mounts to ride in the game. Perfectly sized for a dwarf, too!
To don the colors of Ironforge in cloth armor, look no further than the Stormpike Emissary for inspiration!
The emissaries used to appear in the Alliance capital cities to recruit soldiers for their ongoing battle against the Frostwolf Clan in the Alterac Valley battleground, but they were removed from the game in 2014 when the random battleground feature was implemented.
This ensemble, built around the Sawed Off guild tabard, has been my go-to transmog over the years. The white color represents the snow of Khaz Modan while the brown color represents the deep earth that the Ironforge dwarves have fortified themselves in. The silver and gold trims reflect the metals found in fine dwarven craftsmanship. The fur fringes provide warmth against the chill and is a personal nod towards Frostmaw, Ringo’s long-time bear companion. I favor this outfit for its overall simplicity and practicality along with its layers of sentimentality.
Personally I prefer to carry maces like a proper dwarf priest when opportunity allows, however, the Crackling Staff is near and dear to my heart. It is a simple white crystal staff from Alterac Valley — a snow-covered dwarven PvP battleground that I spent many months in. At the time, the only reward for reaching exalted status with an Alliance race was to unlock racial-specific mounts for purchase. There were no incentives for dwarven players to reach exalted with Ironforge since we already had access to our own rams early on, but it was unthinkable to me to reach exalted with another race before my own. I even made sure that handing over armor scraps to a dwarven NPC, Murgot Deepforge, was the final action in reaching exalted. So anytime I’m not wielding a mace and a stick of dynamite, you’ll see me running around with this staff instead!