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First Aman'Thul's Vision Trinket Drop

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Bernut got lucky today and received not one, but two Pantheon trinkets! Not only did he get Aman'Thul's VisionAman'Thul's Vision, he also looted Eonar's CompassionEonar's Compassion from Argus the Unmaker.

Aman'Thul's VisionAman'Thul's Vision is a new Legendary item that effectively ignores the Legion Legendary limit, so essentially, you can equip 3 Legendary items at the same time. It drops straight at item level 1,000 and doesn't need to be upgraded. Other Pantheon trinkets need to be upgraded to item level 1,000 using Pantheon's BlessingPantheon's Blessing. The item has not dropped yet, but it's listed as a drop from Argus.

Bernut received both trinkets at the same time and Aman'Thul's VisionAman'Thul's Vision seems to be personal loot, just like standard Legendary items in Legion. The new Legendary trinket probably has a low drop chance, just like warglaives from Illidan back in Black Temple. It seems to function outside of the Legion Legendary system (meaning it does not take bad luck protection and other variables into account).

This article will be updated when we see more trinkets drop.

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What a fucking bullshit addition to the game. Let's add something that is basically super-BiS for several speccs (not all I guess) and make it even more RNG than the whole other shit we did this expansion.

Disappointed, but fits into the legendary system of blizztard.

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all those white lies about how they didn't want to tell us how it dropped because it would be funnier to discover by ourselves, all to end up being what we always said it would be.

That's pretty dissapointing, and given the power of the trinket, it's sure as hell gonna unbalance the logs for a bit of time.

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They have amazing skills to totally screw up the balance sometimes (hah, in every Tier).
Propably 0.1% drop chance personal loot from raid(!!!)(in 2017/18!!!) for a BiS like this, I can't understand what they think.. and can't wait to be required item on higher M+ keys due leech.

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6 hours ago, Hypersonic said:

They have amazing skills to totally screw up the balance sometimes (hah, in every Tier).
Propably 0.1% drop chance personal loot from raid(!!!)(in 2017/18!!!) for a BiS like this, I can't understand what they think.. and can't wait to be required item on higher M+ keys due leech.

People were requiring M KJ kill yesterday for Normal Run... I won't be surprised if pugs only want people with the Legendary trinket now.

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People complaining that its rng are idiots, they complain there's too many legendaries and they aren't rewarding to get. Now they are complaining there's a specific way to get 1 that's really good but since it's rng it's not fair. Warglaives had to drop 2 and probably had a lesser drop chance at least this one can drop multiple at the same time and for mutliple people.

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Ignoring all the negativity in this thread, CONGRATZ to Bernut for hitting the RNG lottery and getting 2 trinkets.  If I had to guess he'll use Aman'thul's though since it doesn't impact the legendary count, does not take up a teir slot, and can only equip one of the trinkets at a time.

Regarding the trinket itself, probably a 1-5% drop rate if that.  I don't really care either way about the addition to the game because it actually allow people to have a higher level arcanocrystal without bribing the rng masters...

Not everyone was requiring outlandish achievements for a normal run.  My guild opened up our raid night to pugs and all we required was 925 or higher ilvl.  Never had to kick anyone, everyone listened and was a smooth easy run (cept for some of the tanking mechanics I screwed the pooch on and getting them mixed up, but oh well we got through it).

WoW consists of "generally" 3 types of players, the elitist @$$hole that requires full min/maxed everything and perfect rotation to even be considered for the lowest tier content, the good samaritan that is willing to help/carry anyone and doesn't care how much it hurts them because they just want to be nice and friendly and help someone out, and the idgaf player who doesn't require you to be perfect but also doesn't want to you be terrible and either way it goes he doesn't really care as long as it gets done in a timely/normal fasion.

If a pug requires Aman'thul's trinket then they're stupid because there's only a few that have dropped so far (if more than one has dropped) and they'll never get anything done.  Just focus on yourself and don't worry about what others are doing/not doing and the game will be much easier to deal with and way less stressful.

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I want mine to healer... could be amazing..! It' so good... Lucky bastards :P 

I will return here when I get my... mark my word! I WILL RETURN...

Hehe, probably never going to happen. 

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