Wow covenant armor sets

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What’s New?

Covenant campaign armor is a nice catching up system that allows to get items of decent quality without grinding dungeons too much and collect your first Covenant transmog set recolor.

How to Get It

The armor set pieces are strictly bound to Covenant campaigns, and you will have to play the story up to step 8 to complete the set and get the access to the final upgrade. Naturally, you will need Renown levels to open every next chapter with every 3 Renown levels, but it would not be a problem for an alt.

As you play through Covenant story, certain quests will have a Covenant armor piece as a reward. Per chapter, you will unlock 1-2 pieces, and the further you progress through the campaign, the bigger will be the item level. For example, the first step of the campaign unlocks ilvl 155 gear, and step 7 unlocks 184 gear.

Do not throw away, sell or disenchant Covenant armor. With every next chapter you are not only getting the next gear pieces, but you can also upgrade the older ones! For example, if you had 155 covenant gloves from chapter 1, by chapter 7 you can upgrade them to ilvl 184, and step 8 will allow upgrade up to 190 – surpassing LFR item level and matching the level of a basic legendary piece!

If you got rid of them, you can always buy a basic item from vendor for 100 anima, but we need that anima for everything else, so.

How to Upgrade Covenant Gear

The full item level upgrade path is as follows: 155 -> 164 -> 171 -> 177 -> 184 -> 190> 197. Notes:

  • You will pay an increasing amount of anima per every step: for example, 155 -> 164 will cost 50 anima, and 184 -> 190 would be 250 per piece.
  • Starting gear ilvl always matches the one when you get it first. For example, you get kyrian plate gloves at chapter one with 155 ilvl, so you will have to upgrade it full cycle. If you upgraded an item, then thrown away/sold/disenchanted it, then you’re buying a replacement from vendor, it will also be ilvl 155 no matter the previous upgrades. At the same time, kyrian plate boots you get from chapter 7 will always have basic ilvl of 184 and require just 1 upgrade to the final rank.

Where the Covenant Armor Vendors Are, or Where to Upgrade Your Covenant Armor?

It’s probably the most important part in this post :) Strange enough, the guys are very well hidden, and do not have any marks over them, so here goes: covenant armor vendors and upgrades for every Sanctum. The seller and the upgrader always stand side-by-side with each other.

Kyrian / Bastion Covenant Armor Vendor & UpgradeLocation

In Elysian Hold Sanctum, go to the spot where you apply conduits. Neptira the vendor and Phillo the upgrader hide in the corridor behind the forge angel’s back:

Night Fae / Ardenweald Covenant Armor Vendor & UpgradeLocation

In Heart of the Forest Sanctum, the vendors are easiest to find. Mar’lan the vendor and Lamda the upgrader stand right by the exit which leads to mission table, just below the tavern:

Necrolords / Maldraxxus Covenant Armor Vendor & UpgradeLocation

In Seat of the Primus Sanctum, the vendors are hiding well. Slayer Araya the vendor and Goreguts the upgrader (both references to metal bands, Tom Araya from thrash metal kings Slayer and a death metal act Gorguts) dwell in the portal wing of the sanctum, right by the entrance closest to Primus statue:

Venthyr / Revendreth Covenant Armor Vendor & UpgradeLocation

In Sinfall Sanctum, the vendors are also hiding well. Gregor the vendor and Guy Yearmo the upgrader have their office on the second floor of Sinfall. From arrival/flight master/Prince Renathal major floor you need to take the mirror portal to the floor with Anima Conductor, and this is where you find them:

Covenant armor certainly deserves attention and anima spent for upgrades. It is excellent for catching up, and for casuals like me that are sufficed with LFRs it surpasses my expectations.

I strongly suggest to get and upgrade this set – and keep them, because: who knows, may be it will get more ranks and be relevant in the next patches as well?

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Shadowland will introduce us with four Covenants. Under the Covenant system  players can earn special transmog sets. In total Covenants have 16 armor sets and 64 hues. In this post, we highlight all sets of each Covenants and guide you how to earn them. The first one is the Venthyr Covenant, associated with the Shadowlands zone of Revendreth.

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All covenant armor sets have a Renown breakpoint. If you want to catch up with other players and get your transmog sets Overgear can boost your renown level to the current cap!

Venthyr Covenant Armor Sets

Venthyr — cruel sadists tormenting weak souls. At the dawn of time they were judges, but unlimited power corrupted them. They have four different hues for armour set,  earned through a variety of activities done within Venthyr Covenant: storyline, earning Renown, progressing through the Ember Court system, or found through the travel system in the Revendreth.

Venthyr Campaign

This set will be given out as quest rewards through the Venthyr Campaign. Starting at Chapter 3 of the Covenant storyline, you will earn different pieces through the campaign.

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To obtain the whole set you need to quest through all 9 chapters of your Covenant. It takes about 6 hours to complete it all. If you are not ready to put some time on this then you might need in Overgear boosting service.

Venthyr Renown

This set can be obtained for 1000-2500 Anima from Chachi the Artiste, the Venthyr Renown Quartermaster, inside Sinfall.

You will unlock the following pieces after reaching certain Renown thresholds:

  • Renown 9: Wrist, Gloves and Waist — 1000 each piece
  • Renown 22: Back, Legs and Boots — 1500 each piece
  • Renown 30: Helm, Shoulder and Chest — 2500 each piece

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Cloth

Leather (The “spikes” in the back are from one of the Venthyr cloaks)

Leather

Mail

Mail

Plate

Plate

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Venthyr Ember Court

This set can be obtained for 350-3500 Anima from  Lady Rovinette, the Venthyr’s Ember Court clothier.

  • Shoulder, Feet: 350 each piece
  • Legs, Belt, Bracers: 850 each piece
  • Chest, Gloves: 1500 each piece
  • Helm, Cloak: 3500 each piece

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Venthyr Travel Network

Currently we don’t know how to obtain it. Probably it drops from Blood Mirror chests from the final tier of the Venthyr transportation network.

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Venthyr Cloaks

Shadowlands brings to us several unusual cloaks for each Covenant. There are three tiers of Venthyr Covenant cloaks, each more elaborate than the next.

Crypt Keeper Mantles

Ebony Crypt Keeper’s Mantle — purchased from Archivist Janeera, requires Revered with The Avowed

Ebony Crypt Keeper's Mantle

Gleaming Crypt Keeper’s Mantle — purchased from Chachi the Artiste, requires Renown 3

Gleaming Crypt Keeper's Mantle

Burnished Crypt Keeper’s Mantle — unknown Source

Burnished Sinstone Chain

Kassir’s Crypt Mantle — unknown Source

Kassir's Crypt Mantle

Mantle of Blades

Mantle of Crimson Blades — purchased from Chachi the Artiste, requires Renown 34

Mantle of Crimson Blades

Mantle of Court Blades — purchased from Temel in the Ember Court, requires Temel to be invited in

Mantle of Burnished Blades — unknown source

Mantle of Dark Blades — dropped from Forgemaster Madalav, requires Anima Conductor channeling into Dominance Keep to spawn the rare

Sinstone Chains

Kael’s Dark Sinstone Chain – reward from Venthyr Covenant quest  We Each Must Carry Our Own Sins

Kael's Dark Sinstone Chain

Glittering Gold Sinstone Chain — purchased from Mistress Mihaela, requires Revered with the Court of Harvesters

Glittering Gold Sinstone Chain

Bronze-Bound Sinstone — unknown source

Bronze-Bound Sinstone

Burnished Sinstone Chain — unknown source

Burnished Sinstone Chain

Night Fae Covenant Armor Sets

Night Fae — the personification of the forces of nature, Shepherds of the Cycle of Life and Death. Similar to Kirian they serve the cycle of death and rebirth that comes to all parts of nature. They live in Ardenweald — the mirror to the Emerald Dream. They have four different hues for armour set,  earned through a variety of activities done within Night Fae Covenant: storyline, earning Renown, progressing through the Ember Court system, or found through the travel system in the Ardenweald.

Night Fae Campaign

This set will be given out as quest rewards through the Night Fae Campaign. Starting at Chapter 3 of the Covenant storyline, you will earn different pieces through the campaign.

  • Gloves:  Winter Be Comin’ — Chapter 3: Da Boss
  • Chest:  Report to the Queen — Chapter 3: Da Boss
  • Feet:  The Garden of Night — Chapter 4: Chasing a Memory
  • Wrist:  Report to Lord Herne — Chapter 5: Drust to Drust
  • Belt:  Return to the Den — Chapter 5: Drust to Drust
  • Shoulder:  Unbroken Bonds — Chapter 5: Drust to Drust
  • Legs:  Monster Hunting — Chapter 6: The Horned Hunter
  • Cloak:  One Little Whisper — Chapter 7: Deal for a Loa
  • Helm:  Parting Ways — Chapter 7: Deal for a Loa

 

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Mail

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To obtain the whole set you need to quest through all 9 chapters of your Covenant. It takes about 6 hours to complete it all. If you are not ready to put some time on this then you might need in Overgear boosting service.

Night Fae Renown

This set can be obtained for 1000-2500 Anima from  Elwyn, the Night Fae Renown Quartermaster, inside the Heart of the Forest.

You will unlock the following pieces after reaching certain Renown thresholds:

  • Renown 9: Wrist, Gloves and Waist — 1000 each piece
  • Renown 22: Back, Legs and Boots — 1500 each piece
  • Renown 30: Helm, Shoulder and Chest — 2500 each piece

Cloth

Cloth

Leather

Leather

Mail

Mail

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Plate

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Night Fae Queen’s Conservatory

The Queen’s Conservatory,  Night Fae’s unique feature, will let you buy this set from  High Chief Stillpine. Full set will costs around 1000 Anima

Cloth — Ensemble: Conservator’s Regalia

Cloth Ensemble Conservator's Regalia

Leather — Ensemble: Conservator’s Raiment

Leather Ensemble Conservator's Raiment

Mail — Ensemble: Conservator’s Guise

Mail Ensemble Conservator's Guise

Plate — Ensemble: Conservator’s Warbark

Plate Ensemble Conservator's Warbark

Night Fae Court of Night

The Court of Night is a subfaction within the Night Fae covenant. Each Winterborn set requires Exalted with the Court of Night and costs 10000 Anima.  Spindlenose, the Court of Night’s assistance craftmaster, by Hibernal Hollow will sell you this set.

Cloth — Ensemble: Winterborn Regalia

Cloth Ensemble Conservator's Regalia

Learher — Ensemble: Winterborn Raiment

Leather Ensemble Winterborn Raiment

Mail — Ensemble: Winterborn Guise

Mail Ensemble Winterborn Guise

Plate — Ensemble: Winterborn Warbark

Plate Ensemble Winterborn Warbark

Night Fae Cloaks

There are three tiers of Ardenweald Covenant cloaks, each more elaborate than the next.

Winged Branches

Faewoven Branches — reward from Night Fae Covenant quest  Mending a Broken Hart

Faewoven Branches

Night Courtier’s Branches — sold by Cortinarius, requires Honored with Marasmius, obtained by doing daily Mushroom Network quests

Night Courtier's Branches

Spirit Tender’s Branches —looted from Queen’s Conservatory Cache, obtained via the Queen’s Conservatory system

Spirit Tender's Branches

Winterwoven Branches — sold by Master Clerk Salorn, requires participating in four different performances at the Star Lake Ampitheater

Winterwoven Branches

Bulbs

Night Courtier’s Bulb — sold by Elwyn, requires Renown 3

Night Courtier's Bulb

Spirit Tender’s Bulb — looted from Queen’s Conservatory Cache, obtained via the Queen’s Conservatory system

Spirit Tender's Bulb

Faewoven Bulb — sold by Cortinarius, requires Honored with Marasmius, obtained by doing daily Mushroom Network quests

Faewoven Bulb

Winterwoven Bulb — sold by Spindlenose, requires Honored with the Court of Night

Winterwoven Bulb

Backpacks

Night Courtier’s Pack — sold by Elwyn, requires Renown 4

Night Courtier's Pack

Spirit Tender’s Pack — looted from Queen’s Conservatory Cache, obtained via the Queen’s Conservatory system

Spirit Tender's Pack

Faewoven Pack — sold by Aithlyn, requires Revered with The Wild Hunt

Faewoven Pack

Winterwoven Pack — sold by Spindlenose, requires Honored with the Court of Night

Winterwoven Pack

Necrolord Covenant Armor Sets

Necrolords —covenant for the strong-willed, strong in body and mind souls. They live in Maldraxxus, but protect all Shadowlands from external forces. The Necrolords believe in the survival of the fittest and do not tolerate the weak one. They have four different hues for armour set,  earned through a variety of activities done within Necrolords Covenant: storyline, earning Renown, progressing through the Ember Court system, or found through the travel system in the Maldraxxus.

Necrolord Campaign

You can obtain four different hue Necrolord’s armor sets completing the quest-line. Starting at Chapter 3 of the Covenant storyline, you will earn different pieces through the campaign.

  • Helm:  Crush ‘Em All – Chapter 3: Grand Theft Necropolis
  • Wrist:  Bindings of Fleshcrafting – Chapter 3: Grand Theft Necropolis
  • Gloves:  The Last Labor – Chapter 4: Do Not Forget
  • Belt:  Descended – Chapter 5: A Golden Dawn
  • Legs:  Power of the Chosen – Chapter 5: A Golden Dawn
  • Cloak:  Pride of Place – Chapter 5: A Golden Dawn
  • Shoulder:  Pauldrons of Imperium – Chapter 6: The Wages of Sin
  • Feet:  The Final Reagent – Chapter 7: The House of Rituals
  • Chest:  The Traitor Unmasked – Chapter 7: The House of Rituals

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To obtain the whole set you need to quest through all 9 chapters of your Covenant. It takes about 6 hours to complete it all. If you are not ready to put some time on this then you might need in Overgear boosting service.

Necrolord Renown

This set can be obtained for 1000-2500 Anima from  Su Zettai, the Necrolord Renown Quartermaster, inside the Seat of the Primus.

You will unlock the following pieces after reaching certain Renown thresholds:

  • Renown 9: Wrist, Gloves and Waist — 1000 each piece
  • Renown 22: Back, Legs and Boots — 1500 each piece
  • Renown 30: Helm, Shoulder and Chest — 2500 each piece

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Cloth

Leather

Leather

Mail

Mail

Plate

Plate

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To get full anima set of your Covenant you'll need more than 25000 anima! With Overgear boosting you'll be able to farm a lot of it in a short time.

Necrolord Abomination Stitching

Abomination Stitching,  Necrolord’s unique feature, will let you craft this set. You can craft full ensembles  for 500 Malleable Flesh, but currently unknown how to obtain recipes

Cloth —Ensemble: Stitched Rationale of Maldraxxus

Leather — Ensemble: Stitched Guile of Maldraxxus

Mail — Ensemble: Stitched Alacrity of Maldraxxus

Plate — Ensemble: Stitched Authority of Maldraxxus

Necrolord Prestige

Probably you can loot it  from the Tribute of the Duty-Bound, the weekly elite Necrolord callings quest.

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Leather

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Mail

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Plate

Necrolord Cloaks

As described above all Covenants have three tiers of cloak, each more elaborate than the next. Necrolords are no exception

Necrolord Standards

Bladesworn Battle Standard — reward from Necrolord Covenant Quest  The Golden Dawn

Bladesworn Battle Standard

Maldraxxus Covenant Cape 01 — unknown source

Maldraxxus Covenant Cape 01

Standard of Death’s Chosen — unknown source

Standard of Death's Chosen

Osteowings

Maldraxxus Covenant Cape 02 — purchased from Su Zettai

Maldraxxus Covenant Cape 02

Barbarous Osteowings — purchased from Nalcorn Talsen, requires Exalted with The Undying Army

Barbarous Osteowings

Regrown Osteowings — unknown source

Regrown Osteowings

Crystals and Fetishes

Death Fetish — purchased from Nalcorn Talsen, requires Exalted with The Undying Army

Death Fetish

Maldraxxus Covenant Cape 02 — dropped from Necromantic Anomaly

Maldraxxus Covenant Cape 02 - Dropped from Necromantic Anomaly

Tomalin’s Seasoning Crystal — purchased from Mama Tomalin after she is rebuilt via Abomination Stitching

Tomalin's Seasoning Crystal

Maldraxxus Covenant Cape 01 — unknown source

Maldraxxus Covenant Cape 01 - Unknown Source

Kyrian Covenant Armor Sets

Kyrian — Angelic Soul Guides. We already met them in previous addons. For example, TheVal’kyr are the highest echelon of the Kyrian. Kyrians live in Bastion and value humility, righteousness, service, and virtue. They have four different hues for armour set,  earned through a variety of activities done within Kyrian Covenant: storyline, earning Renown, progressing through the Ember Court system, or found through the travel system in the Bastion.

Kyrian Campaign

This set will be given out as quest rewards through the Kyrian Campaign. Starting at Chapter 3 of the Covenant storyline, you will earn different pieces through the campaign, by order of completion:

  • Gloves:  A Proper Reception — Chapter 1: Among the Kyrian
  • Cloak:  Misguiding Mentors — Chapter 2: Trial of Ascension
  • Legs:  Ascended — Chapter 2: Trial of Ascension
  • Wrist:  Phaestus, Genesis of Aeons — Chapter 3: Phaestus, Genesis of Aeons
  • Belt:  Descended — Chapter 4: Righteous Retribution
  • Shoulder:  Pursuit of Justice — Chapter 4: Righteous Retribution
  • Helm:  The Seal of Contrition — Chapter 5: The Seal of Contrition
  • Feet:  Evil Grubbies — Chapter 6: A Vessel of Ardenweald
  • Chest:  Her Will, Inflicted — Chapter 7: Closing In

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Leather

Mail

Mail

Plate

Plate

Buy Covenant Campaign carry

To obtain the whole set you need to quest through all 9 chapters of your Covenant. It takes about 6 hours to complete it all. If you are not ready to put some time on this then you might need in Overgear boosting service.

Kyrian Renown

This set can be obtained for 1000-2500 Anima from Adjutant Galos, the Kyrian Renown Quartermaster, inside the inner part of Elysian Hold.

You will unlock the following pieces after reaching certain Renown thresholds:

  • Renown 9: Wrist, Gloves and Waist — 1000 each piece
  • Renown 22: Back, Legs and Boots — 1500 each piece
  • Renown 30: Helm, Shoulder and Chest — 2500 each piece

Cloth

Cloth

Leather

Leather

Mail

Mail

Plate

Plate

Buy anima farm at Overgear

To get full anima set of your Covenant you'll need more than 25000 anima! With Overgear boosting you'll be able to farm a lot of it in a short time.

Kyrian Path of Ascension

 Each piece of this armour costs 350, but requires you to defeat certain bosses at Rank 4. After this you can buy it from Orluna, the Armor Vendor at the Path of Ascension area.

  • Helm: Defeat Kalisthene at Rank 4
  • Shoulder: Defeat Boss 2 at Rank 4
  • Chest: Defeat Boss 3 at Rank 4
  • Legs: Defeat Boss 4 at Rank 4
  • Feet: Defeat Boss 5 at Rank 4
  • Gloves: Defeat Boss 6 at Rank 4
  • Belt: Defeat Boss 7 at Rank 4
  • Wrist: Defeat Boss 8 at Rank 4
  • Cloak: Defeat Boss 9 at Rank 4

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Kyrian Unknown Source

This set is totaly unknow. We don’t how to obtain it and how it’s called, but we know how it’s looks like, so here we go.

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Leather

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Mail

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Plate

Kyrian Cloaks

There are three tiers of Kyrian Covenant cloaks, each more elaborate than the next.

Halos

Halo of the Selfless — reward from the Kyrian Covenant quest  Through Glass

Halo of the Selfless

Halo of the Harmonious — sold by Adjutant Galos

Halo of the Harmonious

Halo of the Discordant — unknown source

Halo of the Discordant

Halo of the Reverent — unknown source

Halo of the Reverent

Sigils

Selfless Sigil of the Archon — unknown source

Selfless Sigil of the Archon

Harmonious Sigil of the Archon — sold by Adjutant Galos

Harmonious Sigil of the Archon

Discordant Sigil of the Archon — unknown source

Discordant Sigil of the Archon

Reverent Sigil of the Archon — unknown source

Reverent Sigil of the Archon

Wings

Selfless Wings of the Ascended — unknown source

Selfless Wings of the Ascended

Harmonious Wings of the Ascended — sold by Adjutant Galos

Harmonious Wings of the Ascended

Discordant Wings of the Ascended — unknown source

Discordant Wings of the Ascended

Reverent Wings of the Ascended — unknown source

Reverent Wings of the Ascended

9.1 Covenant Armor

In 9.1 Chains of Domination Patch extra 40 renown levels have been added. There are 4 different sources of new Covenant Transmogs:

  1. Completing 9.1 Campaign and reaching renown level 60;
  2. Death’s Advance reputation and 60 renown;
  3. Korthia daily quests;
  4. Covenant Renown 77 level and 10000 Anima

9.1 Necrolord Transmog

Rogue Necromancer

Rogue Necromancer

Initiate Necromancer

Initiate Necromancer

Marileth’s Assistant

Marileth's Assistant

Frontline Necromancer

Frontline Necromancer

9.1 Venthyr Transmog

Harvester’s Court

Harvester's Court

Renethal’s Battlefield

Renethal's Battlefield

Radiant Court

Radiant Court

Sinfall Venthyr

Sinfall Venthyr

Court Inquisitor

Court Inquisitor

Renethal’s Field Inquisitor

Renethal's Field Inquisitor

Redeemed Inquisitor

Redeemed Inquisitor

Sinfall Inquisitor

Sinfall Inquisitor

9.1 Kyrian Transmog

Battlefield Messenger

Battlefield Messenger

Foresworn Aspirant

Foresworn Aspirant

Aspiring Aspirant

Aspiring Aspirant

Devoted Aspirant

Devoted Aspirant

Battlefield Aspirant

Battlefield Aspirant

Foresworn Aspirant

Foresworn Aspirant

Aspiring Aspirant

Aspiring Aspirant

Devoted Aspirant

Devoted Aspirant

9.1 Night Fae Transmog

Azure Dusk

Azure Dusk

Twilight Grove

Twilight Grove

Fall’s Promise

Fall's Promise

Pure Sight

Pure Sight

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To obtain the whole set you need to quest through all 9 chapters of your Covenant. It takes about 6 hours to complete it all. If you are not ready to put some time on this then you might need in Overgear boosting service.
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WoW Shadowlands Covenant armor was revealed during BlizzCon 2019, showing players the next set of armor to earn. Players will be able to earn the cosmetic sets through their Covenant campaigns, earning one piece of gear a week until it's finished. Each covenant has different ways to earn slight color tints and changes to the same set of gear.

At BlizzCon 2019 it was mentioned that the sets would have set bonuses leading people to believe they would actually use the gear as armor, but that was quickly proved false as the gear was too low.

WoW Shadowlands Covenant Armor: Is It Purely Cosmetic?

Players can upgrade the pieces of armor depending on the highest set of gear they've unlocked, but it still doesn't compare to the gear in the raid and Mythic+. Maybe if players were allowed to unlock the gear quicker, it could be used as filler pieces, but it's been time-locked until now, as the last week of the campaign has been played out.

Blizzard continues to do similar things, time-gating certain gear to a point that when it's finally unlocked, people have moved on to bigger and better things. Blizzard has mentioned the return of raid tier sets, even as early as this expansion, so we could see the next raid or the one after that bring a new raid tier set that could actually be used more than just a cosmetic.

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How to Upgrade Covenant Gear in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands

Covenants are one of the most important new features to come to World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, and much of gameplay of the expansion takes place in the context of players joining one. Covenants are factions of the Shadowlands that each serve a different role in the afterlife. Once players reach the maximum level (now Level 60), they may join one. When players choose their Covenant, they receive a Covenant-specific campaign, new side quests, and the chance to earn and purchase new Covenant gear. Completing each week's questline will reward players with one piece from their Covenant's transmog armor set. While this gear is usually fairly low-level compared to item drops from Mythic+ and Castle Nathria Raids, as the weeks go on, the stats for each reward improve. Players also have the option to upgrade lower-level pieces they received earlier in the campaign like they would any other armor.

Related: WoW Shadowlands Sylvana, Anduin Story Leaks In Datamined Cinematic

To upgrade Covenant gear, players will need to find certain NPCs, either in their Covenant's Sanctum or in Oribos, who can help them. They will also need to have enough Renown and Anima to purchase the upgrade, with upgrades gated until players reach certain chapters of the Covenant campaign and earn the subsequent levels of Renown required. Here's how to upgrade Covenant gear in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands.

How to Upgrade Covenant Gear in World of Warcraft: Shadowlands

Players will first need to take their gear to either the upgrade NPC in their Covenant's Sanctum, or the general upgrade NPC in Oribos. The Covenant NPCs' locations vary by Covenant, but players can usually find them by the vendor who also sells replacement items. These are:

  • Kyrian: Forgehand Phillo
  • Necrolord: Goreguts
  • Night Fae: Craftmaster Lamda
  • Venthyr: Guy Yearmo
  • Oribos: Aggressor Zo'dash

Once players find theirs, they can drag the gear from its bag slot into the NPCs upgrading interface menu, or right-click to send it there.

The first few pieces of gear from a player's first campaign levels begin at Item Level 155, which is considered Rank 1 of 7. Players can upgrade these ranks, which will improve the item level when they have reached certain campaign chapters and have enough Renown and Anima to spend. Not every piece will need to be upgraded, as players will get some items from later campaign chapters that begins at a higher Item Level and rank.

Below, players can see a breakdown of how to upgrade their gear:

  • Rank 2/7: Available After Completing Chapter 4 | Renown 8 | New iLevel 164 | Costs 50 Anima
  • Rank 3/7: Available After Completing Chapter 5 | Renown 11 | New iLevel 171 | Costs 100 Anima
  • Rank 4/7: Available After Completing Chapter 6 | Renown 13 | New iLevel 177 | Costs 150 Anima
  • Rank 5/7: Available After Completing Chapter 7 | Renown 17 | New iLevel 184 | Costs 200 Anima
  • Rank 6/7: Available After Completing Chapter 8 | Renown 20 | New iLevel 190 | Costs 250 Anima
  • Rank 7/7: Available After Completing Chapter 9 | Renown 12 | New iLevel 197 | Costs 300 Anima

Players who have had to disenchant or sell or destroy lower-level Covenant gear can always replace it and upgrade it. They can find any piece they have previously earned at the NPC Covenant Armor merchant in their Sanctum. Each piece will cost 100 Anima. The catch, however, is that any pieces earned through Chapter 5 of the Covenant campaign start at Item Level 155 when purchased, which is Rank 1/7. It will cost players much more Anima to upgrade all of these than it would have if they hadn't sold or disenchanted the pieces.

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Thread: Do you plan to wear the Covenant Armor Sets with 8 piece bonus ?

  • 2020-12-19, 05:53 AM#1

    xenogear3 is offline
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    Do you plan to wear the Covenant Armor Sets with 8 piece bonus ?

    This is the gear set you get from your Covenant main campaign.
    The 8 piece bonus looks good.

    Does it cost too much to upgrade ?


  • 2020-12-19, 06:00 AM#2

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    by the time we get it, it won't be of use for a main.


  • 2020-12-19, 06:05 AM#3

    xenogear3 is offline
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    QuoteOriginally Posted by acepersonView Post

    by the time we get it, it won't be of use for a main.

    You can upgrade them, but I don't know it is worth to farm the upgrade material.

    Currently, it is ilevel 171.
    Eventually it reaches ilevel 190.

  • 2020-12-19, 06:10 AM#4

    Daedius is offline
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    Gonna be like Exalted gear, obsolete by the time you can get it.


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  • 2020-12-19, 06:32 AM#6

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by xenogear3View Post

    You can upgrade them, but I don't know it is worth to farm the upgrade material.

    Currently, it is ilevel 171.
    Eventually it reaches ilevel 190.

    190 gear is already borderline obsolete for anyone that plays end game. Nevermind in another month. Hell, I'm 195 and I plugged all of castle Nath, and have only completed a +8 on time

  • 2020-12-19, 06:41 AM#7

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    on alts for sure, because with the speed of gearing atm, I certainly can't be arsed to farm anything decent on them.

    MMO-C should be glad that the British Empire is no more, because they'd want a piece of all the copium trade here.
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  • 2020-12-19, 07:28 AM#8

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by xenogear3View Post

    You can upgrade them, but I don't know it is worth to farm the upgrade material.

    Currently, it is ilevel 171.
    Eventually it reaches ilevel 190.

    my ilvl is already 196. so its most likely not gonna be used for mains. i understand i'm faster than the normal person but the sheer fact that i'm above the use of those items already and it isn't even accessible says a lot to me.

  • 2020-12-19, 07:32 AM#9

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    Item level seems way too low to be of any use esp by the time you get the rank needed for the last upgrade.


  • 2020-12-19, 07:36 AM#10

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    I will be but the only gearing alternatives for me are WQs, callings and adventures and as far as I can tell they won't be offering those ilvls any time soon.

    oh and it looks like you were asking about the cost to upgrade ...I've mostly been spamming adventures and largely only doing WQs enough for the anima renown quest and have plenty of anima to upgrade them.

    Last edited by terminaltrip421; 2020-12-19 at 07:49 AM.

  • 2020-12-19, 07:49 AM#11

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    My baby Necrolord dk alt already has 5 piece set with renown 12, while my main Night fae has unlocked only 3 pieces (duplicate chestpiece, so technically 4) with renown 12 of course. Acquisition itself is super weird in this regard depending on covenant. Next week it seems like night fae will unlock 3 pieces.


  • 2020-12-19, 08:06 AM#12

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by SigfodrView Post

    190 gear is already borderline obsolete for anyone that plays end game. Nevermind in another month. Hell, I'm 195 and I plugged all of castle Nath, and have only completed a +8 on time

    Then you’ve gotten extremely lucky with drops if you got that many raid pieces in just 2 weeks. I cleared 8/9 tonight and didn’t get ONE fucking piece of gear. I’ve ran 7 mythic plus dungeons this week and got ONE piece, THE SAME FUCKING OFFHAND I ALREADY HAD. And the heroic piece from the weekly dungeon event? THE SAME FUCKING SLOT AS MY LEGENDARY LMFAOOO

    This loot system is FUCKING BULLSHIT. I’m already falling behind most people in group finder so I’m getting less and less invites FUCK THIS SHIT

    Last edited by Ladey Gags; 2020-12-19 at 08:14 AM.


  • 2020-12-19, 08:10 AM#13

    melzas is offline
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    That set is only good for weekend players and neglected alts so nope.


  • 2020-12-19, 08:10 AM#14

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Ladey GagsView Post

    Then you’ve gotten extremely lucky with drops if you got that many raid pieces in just 2 weeks. I cleared 8/9 tonight and didn’t get ONE fucking piece of gear. I’ve ran 7 mythic plus dungeons this week and got ONE piece, THE SAME FUCKING OFFHAND I ALREADY HAD

    This loot system is FUCKING BULLSHIT. I’m already falling behind most people in group finder so I’m getting less and less invites FUCK THIS SHIT

    Lol. /10char

  • 2020-12-19, 08:23 AM#15

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Ladey GagsView Post

    Then you’ve gotten extremely lucky with drops if you got that many raid pieces in just 2 weeks. I cleared 8/9 tonight and didn’t get ONE fucking piece of gear. I’ve ran 7 mythic plus dungeons this week and got ONE piece, THE SAME FUCKING OFFHAND I ALREADY HAD. And the heroic piece from the weekly dungeon event? THE SAME FUCKING SLOT AS MY LEGENDARY LMFAOOO

    This loot system is FUCKING BULLSHIT. I’m already falling behind most people in group finder so I’m getting less and less invites FUCK THIS SHIT

    Can't relate. I've played pretty casually, raiding a few nights each week with some M+ in there and some PvP in there too. I'm 199 atm.

  • 2020-12-19, 08:32 AM#16

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by Ladey GagsView Post

    Then you’ve gotten extremely lucky with drops if you got that many raid pieces in just 2 weeks. I cleared 8/9 tonight and didn’t get ONE fucking piece of gear. I’ve ran 7 mythic plus dungeons this week and got ONE piece, THE SAME FUCKING OFFHAND I ALREADY HAD. And the heroic piece from the weekly dungeon event? THE SAME FUCKING SLOT AS MY LEGENDARY LMFAOOO

    This loot system is FUCKING BULLSHIT. I’m already falling behind most people in group finder so I’m getting less and less invites FUCK THIS SHIT

    Loot drops from raids have been reduced thanks to world first raiders and their god damn split raid bullshit.

    You mostly get one loot per full clear of 10 bosses. Two if you are lucky.
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  • 2020-12-19, 08:35 AM#17

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    Basically they are doing exactly what Blizzard designed them for; satisfy the consistent player that may not have raid schedule time, or the player that doesnt like groups, with a decent but mediocre set, and satisfy the group players with some interesting transmog.


  • 2020-12-19, 08:42 AM#18

    Hastis is offline
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    Those items are useless you need wait too long by the you get it you have much more powerful items


  • 2020-12-19, 09:00 AM#19

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by PuupiView Post

    Loot drops from raids have been reduced thanks to world first raiders and their god damn split raid bullshit.

    You mostly get one loot per full clear of 10 bosses. Two if you are lucky.

    some people seem to rly dislike the 3 drops per boss now,but how do people put up with 2 items for 40...in classic,where 99.99% of your group is made up of 2 classes

  • 2020-12-19, 10:18 AM#20

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by xenogear3View Post

    You can upgrade them, but I don't know it is worth to farm the upgrade material.

    Currently, it is ilevel 171.
    Eventually it reaches ilevel 190.

    190 is obsolete for anyone playing the game seriously.
    As long as you're doing normal raid, you get better gear.

    It'll be good for gearing up alts, but that's it.

    I mean, hell, if you're up for some random BG's, you can do those and get better gear now, in every slot.

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    ALL Covenant Armor Sets \u0026 Back Attachments - Shadowlands Alpha

    Those iLvl 155 armor items you got from your Covenant campaign might have quickly been overshadowed by other drops, but did you know they can be upgraded all the way to ilvl 197? A quick trip to your Covenant’s NPC can make those Covenant armor sets useful, especially if you’re struggling to get higher level drops at Castle Nathria or in Mythic+.

    In order to earn Covenant armor, you’ll need to progress your Covenant questline. As you complete Chapters of your Covenant storyline, you’ll earn different Covenant armor pieces. Note that some Covenant questlines start rewarding armor pieces as early as the end of Chapter 1, while other Covenants won’t grant you armor rewards until later in the questline.

    Where to Upgrade Covenant Armor

    To make your Covenant armor useful, you have two options on where to head: You can go to the general upgrade NPC in Oribos, Agressor Zo’dash, or you can head to your Covenant Sanctum. The Covenant upgrade NPCs are:

    How to Upgrade Covenant Armor

    There are 7 possible ranks for Covenant armor, and the Covenant armor you receive will start at different ranks, depending on how far into the campaign you unlock it. Rewards from later Chapters will start at higher ranks.

    To unlock the ability to upgrade your Covenant gear, you’ll need to complete Chapters in your Covenant quest, which means you’ll need to be earning Renown in order to unlock those chapters. Also note that upgrading Covenant gear costs Reservoir Anima Anima.

    The costs and requirements to upgrade Covenant gear are:

    What to Do if You Sold or Disenchanted Your Covenant Armor

    If you didn’t know you could upgrade your Covenant gear, and decided to sell or disenchant it, don’t worry! You can always go to the your Covenant Amor NPC (who stands right next to the Covenant upgrade NPC) and rebuy any items you’ve already earned. Note that replacing items costs 100 Reservoir AnimaAnima.

    You can’t buy items you haven’t yet earned via your Covenant questline, and any items you earned in Chapters 1-5 will start at iLevel 155. Items earned in Chapters 6-8 will start at iLvl 184 or iLvl 190, depending on which Chapter you earned it from.

    The NPCs you can go to for replacing lost Covenant armor are:

    • Kyrian: Forgelite Neptira
    • Necrolord: Slayer Araya
    • Night Fae: Mar’lan
    • Venthyr: Gregor the Pallidblade

    You should now be all set to earn and upgrade your Covenant armor! Let us know in the comments if you have any questions, or if you think we missed anything.

    Sours: https://www.warcrafttavern.com/wow/guides/how-to-upgrade-covenant-armor/

    You will also be interested:

    Here’s a look at the new Covenant armor sets coming in patch 9.1

    With patch 9.1 comes new ways to transmog your character, with new sets of gear coming from each Covenant. Like previous Covenant gear, this will be tied to Renown. Unlike previous Covenant gear, this is not limited by armor type. All classes will have access to the full array of of the new styles for their Covenant, which come in varying colors, and in some cases, slightly differing styles.

    The Kyrian set seen above looks similar to what the NPCs wear, with its lightweight Grecian inspiration. It has a tunic and sandal look, and really allows one to have the appearance of an Aspirant in Bastion, ready to join the ranks of the of the Ascended.

    The Night Fae set embraces the plants and the wildlife of the forests. The color variations follow the colors of the seasons, to incorporate the change and the importance of what it means to nature. Though serving the Winter Queen, they should all be the one color, similar to the existing Night Fae color scheme.

    The Necrolord set was inspired by the Warcraft 3 Necromancer. The colors represent the Necrolord house colors. The plague of death, as well as the Death Knight powers came from the Shadowlands — does this imply that the Necromancer’s clothing came from the Shadowlands as well, or would that be the other way around?

    Venthyr are meant to dress up in their finest, as for the Ember Court. There are a lot of NPCs in Revendreth dressed to the nines that could have been used as a model instead, while these have a Mage and Rogue look to them. Perhaps this is just a better fit for adventurers — easier to swing a sword in, perhaps.

    It was not specified if these cosmetic armor sets would initially be a reward for hitting a certain level of Renown, or if they would need to be purchased. And if they are to be purchased, would they cost gold, Anima, or Grateful Offerings — or will there be a new currency not yet revealed? Presumably at least some of the color variations will need to be unlocked and purchased with Anima, based on the previous Covenant gear sets, but we won’t know more for a while.

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