Heritage Armor sets first ran down the catwalk of World of Warcraft during the Legion expansion with the introduction of Allied Races. This trend continued in Battle for Azeroth with the introduction of Heritage Armors for classic races and never stopped. Right now we have 20 Heritage Armor sets in the game.
Class fantasy in WoW is usually tied to your class quests, specializations, abilities, and how they mesh together to deliver the true spirit of what it truly means to be a Warlock or a Druid, for example.
In retrospect, Blizzard always looked to expand your class fantasy by introducing Class Halls and revamping old spell effects that simply spoiled the overall enjoyment of the class, but more recently, the WoW team started exploring race fantasy via Heritage Armor sets.
Purely cosmetic, Heritage Armor quests send you on an adventure to explore your race origins or uncover the old wounds that still hurt. Once obtained, you can mix and match the pieces however you’d like.
Here’s the full list of Heritage Armor sets in WoW.
How to get Heritage Armor in WoW Dragonflight
To get Heritage Armor sets in Dragonflight, you’ll need to level up your character, whether that’s Nightborne, Highmountain Tauren, Lightforged Draenei, Void Elf, Kul Tiran Human, Mag’har Orc, Mechagnome, Vulpera, Zandalari Troll, Blood Elf, Dwarf, Gnome, Goblin, Tauren, Worgen, Orc or Human, from zero to hero.
In other words, you have to level your character from level one to level 70, without boosts or changing your faction or race. Then, you’ll get a lore quest taking you through the history of your race which will, upon completion, grant you Heritage Armor sets that can be transmogged to any cloth, leather, mail, or plate-wielder.
All Heritage Armors in WoW Dragonfight
In total there are 20 Heritage Armor sets in WoW with Night Elf and Undead Heritage Armors being the last added.
Here are all Heritage Armor sets currently available in the game.