Shadowlands Necrolord Staff Recreated by Hench and Scrap Foundry

Hench and Scrap Foundry, a collaborative venture by Australian cosplayers Henchwench and Scrap Shop Props, is participating in a collaboration project with Blizzard ANZ, and creating one of each Covenant Weapons as a cosplay prop! In the second portion of the collaboration, they recreated one of the staves awarded to members of the Necrolord Covenant, the !

Clare Beaton of Henchwench mentioned her inspiration for creating one of the staves from the Necrolords, saying the staff was a perfect pick for the place where necromancy was born.

For Shadowlands, Blizzard tasked Scrap Shop Props and I with making four of the Covenant weapons. I picked the Necrolords, the defenders of the Shadowlands. I thought to myself, “What better weapon to exemplify the birthplace of necromantic magic than a Necromancer’s staff?”

This version of the Necrolord Staff is one of the weapons you can purchase from the Necrolord Nathrian Weaponsmiths with Anima Spherules that drop from bosses in Castle Nathria, with two different items associated with the model: and . The model tint below applies to the Raid Finder, Normal and Heroic versions of the staff. You can check the Two-Handed Mace below in our model viewer!

You can also check all other available weapons and tints for the Necrolord Covenant in our Necrolord Covenant Weapons guide below.

Necrolord Covenant Weapons – Shadowlands Transmog

This is Part 2 of Hench and Scrap Foundry’s collaboration with Blizzard ANZ, with Part 1 of their project creating a Two-Handed Kyrian Mace. With a Night Fae and Venthyr weapon left to be created, what weapons are you expecting to see created by the duo? You can check our other Covenant Weapon guides below to see all available weapon models and tints for your Covenant of choice!

Kyrian Covenant Weapons – Shadowlands TransmogNight Fae Covenant Weapons – Shadowlands TransmogVenthyr Covenant Weapons – Shadowlands Transmog


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