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Legendary Items in Patch 7.3.5

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Everything you need to know about Legendary items in Patch 7.3.5.

Update (January 9)

  • In the latest PTR build, the acquisition rates of Wakening Essences and prices of tokens have been increased sixfold.

Updates (January 8)

There are no new Legendary items in Patch 7.3.5 and their item level remains unchanged (capped at 1,000). The Legion legendary cap is still two with the exception of Aman'Thul's VisionAman'Thul's Vision that can be equipped as a "third" Legendary. Blizzard added a new item (Purified Titan EssencePurified Titan Essence) to Arcanomancer Vridiel in Dalaran that is used to synthesize a Legion legendary item. It costs 1,000 Wakening Essences and allows spec-based Legendary item targeting, so in case you're still missing your BiS Legendary, make sure to set the appropriate Loot Specialization before using Purified Titan EssencePurified Titan Essence to discover a random Legendary item that you haven't obtained yet. Legendary items forged with Purified Titan EssencePurified Titan Essence will not affect your chance of getting additional Legendary items from other sources, because they do not count toward bad luck protection. Awoken Titan EssenceAwoken Titan Essence is no longer obtained from the repeatable quest; it can be purchased from the vendor as well for 300 Wakening Essences.

If you already have all Legendary items for your class and use Purified Titan EssencePurified Titan Essence, you will be given a Legendary token for a random class. (Source)

Item Cost
Awoken Titan EssenceAwoken Titan Essence 300 Wakening Essences
Purified Titan EssencePurified Titan Essence 1,000 Wakening Essences

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Old Prices

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New Prices

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Wakening Essences

In case you're wondering where to farm Wakening Essences, here's a list of all known sources. Below is a table of 7.3.2 acquisition rates.

Source Amount
Weekly Order Hall Cache 20 Wakening Essences per week
Antorus, the Burning Throne Raid 3-6 Wakening Essences per boss
Emissary Caches (Complete 5 World Quests) 4-10 Wakening Essences per bag
First Random Heroic Dungeon Wakening Essences per day
Weekly PvP Quests (Earn 1,500 Honor) Wakening Essences per category (2v2, 3v3, 10v10)

(Source & Source #2)

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Unfortunatlly, if you have already upgraded all your legendaries, you will not be able to get essences anymore, therefore no stockpiling is possible before the 7.3.5. hits :(

That is of course unless you are already on the quest, but just haven't turned it in..

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3 hours ago, Sintharis said:

Unfortunatlly, if you have already upgraded all your legendaries, you will not be able to get essences anymore, therefore no stockpiling is possible before the 7.3.5. hits :(

That is of course unless you are already on the quest, but just haven't turned it in..

You can stock it, because you don't need to upgrade all you legis for now. So you can stock some of them if you not turn the rdy quest in.

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3 hours ago, Sintharis said:

Unfortunatlly, if you have already upgraded all your legendaries, you will not be able to get essences anymore, therefore no stockpiling is possible before the 7.3.5. hits :(

That is of course unless you are already on the quest, but just haven't turned it in..

They'll probably wipe out the stockpiles before it starts. I have a feeling people are going to be peeved.

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i kind of wish the week before bfa hits they let us go ham and have unlimited legendary equips, would be a nice send off to em

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I really don't know why they didn't make this item earlier lol it would solve all of the problems with leggos and their RNG nature being so frustrating while giving players something to work for (cuz blizz LOOOOVES a good ol' grind)

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2 hours ago, Tri said:

i kind of wish the week before bfa hits they let us go ham and have unlimited legendary equips, would be a nice send off to em

I doubt it. Giving that the average ilvl for next xpac leveling is 930 (Normal Raid gear lasts until way into the leveling experience of every xpac), an ilvl 1000 legendary will probably last until H dungeons or maybe 1st raid tier, so we won't be sending them off any time soon. I remember doing this with my legendary cloak from Pandaria.

Unless of course, blizzard is planning to disable them or something like that.

Edited by ChackO

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5 hours ago, ChackO said:

I doubt it. Giving that the average ilvl for next xpac leveling is 930 (Normal Raid gear lasts until way into the leveling experience of every xpac), an ilvl 1000 legendary will probably last until H dungeons or maybe 1st raid tier, so we won't be sending them off any time soon. I remember doing this with my legendary cloak from Pandaria.

Unless of course, blizzard is planning to disable them or something like that.

Blizz did say that in BFA current legos will not work. Mostly there bigger issue is they dont want a bunch no your gear to just turn off and become useless once you hit X milestone.

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15 hours ago, Sintharis said:

Unfortunatlly, if you have already upgraded all your legendaries, you will not be able to get essences anymore, therefore no stockpiling is possible before the 7.3.5. hits :(

That is of course unless you are already on the quest, but just haven't turned it in..

Looks like they hotfixed something today and turned the ability to collect Wakening Essences back on for people who have completed the quest and even fresh 110s. So everyone can stockpile ahead of the patch.

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Two questions, can Aman'thul's vision come from these? And why oh why are they not BoA...

 

I know a couple of people with ALL legendary items and they're getting tokens for classes they don't use/have leveled and it sounds majorly annoying. I have all my main spec ones bar ATV so if that drops from this...

 

 

Edit - 

BoA issue explained-

  • The tokens are bind on pickup because we don't want to overly encourage players to farm Essences on alt characters in order to feed Legendary items to their mains. However, if you purchase and use a token on a character that already has all of the available legendaries for their class, you will be given a random BoA token for another class.

I still dislike the randomness but better than nowt

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7 minutes ago, Bobbis said:

Two questions, can Aman'thul's vision come from these? And why oh why are they not BoA...

 

I know a couple of people with ALL legendary items and they're getting tokens for classes they don't use/have leveled and it sounds majorly annoying. I have all my main spec ones bar ATV so if that drops from this...

 

No, it can't. Aman'Thul's VisionAman'Thul's Vision is handled as a separate Legendary item and as a result, the item is effectively ignoring the Legion Legendary limit of 2. Legendary tokens acquired after having all Legendaries on your main are random. As far as I know, the game does not scan your account for the classes you have created.

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