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Elemental Lariat Elemental Lariat's unique proc makes the amulet Best-in-Slot for many classes. It is created by Jewelcrafters in Dragonflight. In this post, we explain the proc and how to get it.

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Why Makes Elemental Lariat Unique?

It has a unique proc which differ depending on your socketed gems and you can put 3 sockets in it with Tiered Medallion Setting Tiered Medallion Setting.

How to Obtain the Pattern

The trickiest part about the amulet is obtaining the pattern. It has a very low chance to drop from Rares in active Primal Storm locations in Dragonflight, which means you must Therefore, you must grind until Design: Elemental Lariat Design: Elemental Lariat drops. Alternatively, you can buy it on the Auction House.

Elemental Gems in Dragonflight

Before we explain how the proc works, we first need to go over Elemental Gems. There are four rare types of Elemental Gems in Dragonflight that you socket into gear: air gems, earth gems, fire, and frost gems.

Elemental Lariat Proc

Elemental Lariat Elemental Lariat - Your spells and abilities have a chance to empower one of your socketed elemental gems, granting 0 of their associated stat for 12 sec. (Approximately 2 procs per minute)

As the tooltip indicates, the amulet proc will periodically grant you 447 Haste/Mastery/Critical Strike/Versatility for 12 seconds, depending on the gem type you have socketed in any of the armor slots. The buffs won't work with Primalist gems. In our specific scenario, we'll be working with Rank 3 gems Elemental gems.

Air Gems in Dragonflight

With a socketed Air Gem, the Elemental Lariat Elemental Lariat proc will grant you Haste for 12 seconds. The following gems will activate the Haste proc:

Earth Gems in Dragonflight

With a socketed Earth Gem, the Elemental Lariat Elemental Lariat proc will grant you Mastery for 12 seconds. Here is a list of Earth Gems that will trigger the Mastery proc:

Fire Gems in Dragonflight

With a socketed Fire Gem, the Elemental Lariat Elemental Lariat proc will increase your Critical Strike for 12 seconds. You will need to have one of the following gems socketed to active the Critical Strike chance proc:

Frost Gems in Dragonflight

With a socketed Frost Gem, the Elemental Lariat Elemental Lariat proc will grant you Versatility for 12 seconds. Frost gems that will trigger the Versatility proc include:

Example

Let's assume your main stats are Haste/Mastery and you have the following gems sockets in your Elemental Lariat Elemental Lariat:

This means you will periodically proc the Haste, Mastery, and Critical Strike proc, one at a time. I believe min-maxers will be able to choose gems of just one type to only trigger the desired stat proc and block the other ones from occurring (needs confirmation).

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It don’t drop from the mobs only the rares, and it has a crappy 1% drop chance. They’re so many JC who are furious of the grind for that because they spent all their knowledge points to make that before the events became active. Now they have to invest 4 to 8 hours a day of waiting around for shitty rares with random timers on a random event wtf Blizz!!!!

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What I'm curious about is using a Primalist Gem that provides Main Stat, but doesn't have an element associated with it will be negative only having 2 elements to proc instead of 3. Example being 1 Primalist Gem, 1 Air Gem, 1 Earth Gem

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11 hours ago, Haevenus said:

What I'm curious about is using a Primalist Gem that provides Main Stat, but doesn't have an element associated with it will be negative only having 2 elements to proc instead of 3. Example being 1 Primalist Gem, 1 Air Gem, 1 Earth Gem

You're correct. Primalist Gems don't count, so you will only have two procs, the air and earth ones.

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