Here's the current set I use on my hunter, who was my first and arguably my favorite character. I wanted something that incorporated wolves, as wolves and orcs are so greatly intertwined in Warcraft, as well as an overall look that looked somewhat practical without looking like it could never really exist. As a rule of thumb, I try to get "bulky-look" items for my orc characters (boots, belt, gloves), as well as a matching tabard. I really like this set because it matches my Karoma spirit beast. -Bigorc
Bigorc @ Darrowmere, showing us his Frostwolf heritage! This set is very well put together, with Arrowsong being a great addition to an already excellent set, with a significant hefty look. I agree that bulky items go particularly well with the build of a male orc, which also allows Bigorc to live up to his namesake.
Below is the breakdown of the pieces used, and some great scenery shots. Everything comes together really nicely, and the colors of the set and tabard give the set a natural stalking hunter feel. Very well done! :p
First set I put together that I found to be pretty interesting and neat looking. -Devildasher
Bringing a look all his own is Devildasher @ Cenarius.
He has taken the Mistshroud Set, and added a little bit of the shaman look with the Cataclysm Raiment (Recolor) shoulders to make this fiery set. Top it off with a great helm, a matching pet, and a fairly unassuming crossbow. Excellent work combining items to make one great, complete look.
Thank you for sharing your set with everyone! :p
Whether you prefer to harness the elements, or send countless animals at your hapless enemies, this section is for you! Whips and chainlinks for all! :p