Many of the "Old World" sets have had their graphics recolored and can be found in a new form in Outland. The new items do not form actual sets beyond mere aesthetics, though they have been designed to cater to the classes their original forms were made for (i.e., the Lightforge Armor look alike items are all geared toward paladins). Not all the "sets" are complete. One set look alike in particular will be sought after by the new generation of Paladins as there exists a recolored version of each of the models in the Judgement Armor set which remains one of the most popular designs of epic armor. Although there is mixed opinion on the color choices of the new items, the purple color of the recolored Judgement pieces may even be considered appropriate for the skin coloring of draenei paladins. Zorus the Judicator is a draenei paladin wearing this.
Both Rare and Epic recolorations of the Tier 1 and Tier 2 sets exist. Most of the Rare quality sets have already been found, but the Epic versions are still being discovered.
Also, All Dungeon Set 1 Shoulders (See below) have been converted into heirloom shoulders-just different colours/names.
This set is suitable for Feral and Restoration Druids, but not focused on any particular role. Stats include Strength, Stamina, Intellect, Spirit, Spell Healing, and Mana per 5 seconds. Due to the differences of the chest piece this set has more resemblance to the Feralheart Raiment than to the Wildheart Raiment.
Before Patch 2.1, this set was a green version of the Lawbringer Set (Paladin Tier 1) as well. While the bracers, belt, and boots SEEM to match, they are actually a match of the Warrior T4 set, the coloration just happens to be similar.
Before Patch 2.1, this set was a green version of Lawbringer armor (Paladin Tier 1 armor). Also, the bracers, belt and boots have been added as they effectively match in colour and design the Righteous Armor and the Paladin Tier 4 sets.
This set is for Elemental Shamans, featuring Stamina, Intellect, Spell Damage, Spell Critical Strike Rating, Spell Hit Rating, and Mana per 5 seconds. With Spell Power now being a single stat for both Spell Damage and Healing, Restoration Shamans may find a use for this as well.