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Season 3 Essences Available Starting July 9th

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Today, we're looking at Essences gated behind Mythic Season 3, the Eternal Palace raid, and Operation: Mechagon, available starting July 9th.

Here's a list of Essences that are currently unavailable on live servers.

The Eternal Palace Essences

Aqueous Reliquary Aqueous Reliquary from the raid must be gathered to unlock Rank 1 of these Essences:

  • Azeroth's Undying Gift (Tank Essence)
    • Major PowerAzeroth's Undying Gift Azeroth's Undying Gift - Reduce all damage you take by 20% for 4 sec. (60 sec cooldown)
    • Minor PowerHardened Azerite Hardened Azerite - When you fall below 35% health, gain 2,177 Armor for 8 sec. This effect may occur once every 150 sec.
  • Condensed Life-Force (DPS Essence)
    • Major PowerGuardian of Azeroth Guardian of Azeroth - Call upon Azeroth to summon a Guardian of Azeroth for 30 sec who impales your target with spikes of Azerite every 2 sec that deal 319 Fire damage. (3 min cooldown)
    • Minor PowerCondensed Life-Force Condensed Life-Force - Your spells and abilities have a high chance to impale your target with a spike of Azerite, causing 319 Fire damage.
  • Vitality Conduit (Healer Essence)
    • Major PowerVitality Conduit Vitality Conduit - Direct the Vitality Conduit toward an ally. Every 0.5 sec for 6 sec, they transfer 402 health from the highest-health ally within 30 yds. (60 sec cooldown)
    • Minor PowerTransference Transference - Targets of your heals have a very high chance to transfer 402 health from the highest-health ally within 30 yds.

Operation: Mechagon Essence

Rank 1 of the Vision of Perfection Essence is gained from defeating King Mechagon. The major power will give a predetermined spell a chance to activate for 25% of its base duration. You can find a list of all spells in our Essence guide.

  • Vision of Perfection (General Essence)

Mythic Season 3 Essences

The following Essences drom from the End-of-Dungeon Mythic +4 chest in Season 3 or later.

  • Anima of Life and Death (Tank Essence)
    • Major PowerAnima of Death Anima of Death - Draw upon your vitality to sear your foes, dealing 10% of your maximum health in Fire damage to all nearby enemies and heal for 5% of your maximum health per enemy hit, up to 25% of your maximum health. (60 sec cooldown)
    • Minor PowerAnima of Life Anima of Life - Azerite energy courses through your veins, increasing maximum health by 995 every 5 sec, stacking up to 10 times. This effect is lost if you fall below 35% health.
  • Essence of the Focusing Iris (DPS Essence)
    • Major PowerFocused Azerite Beam Focused Azerite Beam - Focus excess Azerite energy into the Heart of Azeroth, then expel that energy outward, dealing 4,300 Fire damage to all enemies in front of you over 3 sec. (1.5 min cooldown)
    • Minor PowerFocused Energy Focused Energy - Your damaging spells and abilities grant you 15 Haste for 4 sec, stacking up to 10 times. This Haste is lost if you stop using spells or abilities against the initial target.
  • Life-Binder's Invocation (Healer Essence)
    • Major PowerLife-Binder's Invocation Life-Binder's Invocation - Implant 30 Seeds of Eonar divided over all allies within 30 yds. (3 min cooldown)
    • Minor PowerSeed of Eonar Seed of Eonar - Your heals have a very high chance to implant a Seed of Eonar in the target for 12 sec.

Rated PvP Essence

You must collect 500 Conquest from the weekly War Chest located in Ashvane Docks or Mugambala in Season 3 or later. The major power allows you to use a PvP talent in PvE.

  • Conflict and Strife (General Essence)
    • Major PowerConflict Conflict - Teaches you the following PvP Talent, and allows its use against all enemies of Azeroth.
    • Minor PowerStrife Strife - Your spells and abilities have a chance to increase your Versatility by 0 for 8 sec, stacking up to 5 times. Being the vicitim of a loss of control or movement impairing effect also grants a stack of Strife.

Check out our Heart of Azeroth Essence guide to learn more about these Essences.

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