UPDATE: The latest Beta patch has adjusted many of the passive effects of these legendaries. The following represents the most current in-game data as of August 28/16 (many of the Wowhead tooltips have not been updated yet!)
This is one of the new legendary world drops that are coming in Legion. Some of these drops are class-specific, and others are shared between classes (or have no class requirement at all!)
At the beginning of Legion, only 1 legendary item can be equipped at a time. Over time, as the expansion progresses this cap will be increased (
Here is some further information about these items:
The legendary items are intended to be used for the entire expansion. They are currently item level 895, and it remains to be seen whether this will change prior to release, or during Legion itself (for comparison, Mythic mode gear from
is iLvl 880).
Thus far, it appears that legendaries will drop from dungeon bosses, raid bosses, PvP Strongboxes, Mythic+ Weekly Caches and World Quest Caches (rewarded after completing 4 world quests).
As it stands, these will be the ONLY sources that will yield legendaries
. Blizzard may expand where they can come from in the future (Source: Legion Summit Dev Interview,
; June 16
Legion Live Developer Q & A
While the legendaries are rare drops, they are not fully random - there will be ways to target specific items (
More difficult content will have a higher chance of dropping these items (
It should be nearly impossible to get a duplicate legendary item. (Source: Legion Summit Dev Interview,
Some level of bad luck streak protection also applies to legendary items (i.e. the chances of you getting a legendary will slowly increase if you don't have one drop). (Source: Legion Summit Dev Interview,
If the slot for the item is transmoggable, you can transmog these legendaries to other appearances, and vice versa (unlike legendary items from previous expansions) (
Legion legendary procs/effects will be disabled in instanced PvP (
Blizzard plans to institute a "suppression aura" in effect for a certain number of weeks after Mythic raids are available, which would disable any legendary item passive effects (they would still function normally as high-ilvl regular items, with the primary/secondary stats intact).
- As per the latest information, Legion legendaries WILL BE allowed in all raid situations,
INCLUDING Mythic difficulty
. The previously noted "suppression aura" in Mythic will not be implemented. (Source: Legion Summit Dev Interview,
All legendary bonus effects are passive "Equip" effects (there are no "Use" effects on these items)
All Legion legendaries are Bind-on-Pickup, and
be sold, traded or listed on the Auction House.
Click any class below to see a summary of legendaries for that class.
Below is a list of all of the Legion legendary items usable by Paladins.
heals the target for 15% of maximum health.
increases all healing you do by 20% for 5 sec.
30% of any healing done to you heals all allies affected by your
, divided evenly.
Reduces the cooldown of
Increases the durations of your
You take 4% less damage while standing in your Consecration.
jumps to 2 additional targets.
Each enemy hit by
reduces the remaining cooldown on
by 3 sec.
is active, you gain 1 Holy Power every 2.5 sec.
Any attack which would kill you instead triggers a
at 200% the normal amount then reduces you to 1 health. Cannot occur more often than once per 3 min.
increase the damage of your next
within 4 sec by 25%.
deals 350% damage and has 75% reduced cooldown when used against an enemy above 75% health.
Increases your movement speed by 75% of your Haste.
Successfully applying a loss of control effect to an enemy grants you 70% increased movement speed and 15% Haste for 10 sec. This effect may occur once every 30 sec.
After not taking damage for 5 sec, you gain an absorb shield for 15% of your maximum health for 30 sec. This effect may occur once every 30 sec.
I got this as an item in my Nightfallen Hoard after completing four World Quests for The Nightfallen. Really excited to see how it works out for me. Not sure if I just got lucky but world quests can give out nice stuff.
Just got this on my ret. You may as well fart in the wind with this in PVE. Blah.
I would say this is the weakest of the legendaries for Ret.
I got it out of my Grand Challenger's Bounty chest in my class hall this week!
Got this today as my first leg for a hpala, and though initially disappointed that it wasn't the shoulders, I figured I may as well try to make the best of it that I could. So from my testing:
Its main strength comes through blessing of freedom
, which with 3/3 blessings of the silver hand has ~21 seconds cooldown, about the same as prism. This is short enough to make it a reliable on-demand heal.
For blessing of protection it's just a nice bonus. Much the same applies to blessing of sacrifice, though it may be interesting to note that BoSac *isn't* on the global cooldown, making it a decent emergency heal if you should ever need to use it like that.
It doesn't interact with anything YOUR character does.
It can't transfer beacon. It doesn't crit. It isn't affected by hpaladin mastery. It isn't even empowered by avenging wrath.
From napkin math;
it is worth casting (via blessing of freedom) on your tanks instead of casting FoL, both for HPM and HPS.
It probably *isn't* worth casting on non-tanks instead of FoL
, unless you don't care about the beacon transfer or really need 300k+ single-target healing and don't want to gamble on your FoL critting to achieve that.
If cast on a non-tank, it is a better heal to cast while moving than light of the martyr. If cast on a tank, it is an EXTREMELY good heal to cast while moving.
It synergizes poorly with beacons of faith and lightbringer, but somewhat alright with beacon of virtue in 5 mans, since virtue makes your tank more vulnerable than the other beacons (robbing it both of the constant beacon healing and the mana cost reduction to direct heals), a weakness this proc helps mitigate.
Testing it on a heroic EN clear tonight
, I made a conscious effort to get as much use out of it as possible, but since it was new to me I missed many opportunities to do so and this is not representative of ideal play. Nonetheless, I was somewhat positively surprised by the stats:
Over the whole clear, it was 3.4% of my healing
@30,5m. I procced it 55 times, averaging 554,6k per hit. It overhealed for 0.76%; by far my lowest overhealing spell.
Since it is instant, and it can't crit, that means you always know exactly how much it will heal for, making it very easy not to overheal with it. The relatively long cooldown also discoruages you from simply using it whenever it's up, instead saving it for on-demand.
For a fight where I only cast it on the tanks (Ursoc), it looks stronger.
It was 3,79% of my healing @3,02m. I procced it 4 times, averaging 755,5k per hit. It overhealed for nothing.
I could've easily used it to heal a lot more, the fight lasting 3:38 minutes, but decided to keep it only for moments when I thought it was really necessary. I spent about 1/3rd of my time simply DPSing since there wasn't much to heal between the burst; if the fight was more healing-intensive the proc would've looked much stronger.
I then ran a (3-chest) +6 darkheart thicket with a druid tank
, during which I got some pretty good use out of it, usually casting it on the tank when I needed to move and my beacon of faith wasn't active. It averaged about 5.6% of my total healing throughout the run, though I don't have access to the exact breakdown.
Though this is just a very limited exploration of the legendary, and it isn't the shoulders we all hope to get, it's still a pretty good legendary; giving you convenient bonuses to your BoP and BoS and turning BoF into a very strong and reliable tank heal that can conveniently be cast while moving. It may also get you confused comments from your tanks, which may or may not be an added bonus.
My disappointment has been reduced some.
Though I still would've preferred the shoulders.
Incidentally, the above applies equally to both the other specs as well, since your spell power, +healing bonus, etc., doesn't matter at all. Not that you'd be especially happy to spend a GCD casting a heal as e.g. ret, but sometimes it's really handy to be able to drop an instant 750k+ heal on your tank in a pinch, or heal yourself / a group member for 350k+ when you have a spare GCD or you're not in melee range or whatever. Definitely an underwhelming legendary for those two, though.
With 7.1.5 this item is getting really good for all speccs.
Greatly increasing the power of Avenging Wrath / Crusade
"Grants an additional 70% healing done (35% for Holy) and an additional 25% damage done while Avenging Wrath / Crusade is active."
It's my first legendary but i like it.
15% healing isnt easy every 22.5 second( Blessing of freedom) +Blessing of sacrife(every 2.25 min) and Blessing of protection(every 4,5 min). 15% every 22-23 sec is good item, but i don't use often Avenging Wrath / Crusade and nerf isn't good for me.
probably only ret paladins want change this items because protection can selfheal himself and holy can use it too. But in next patch it will be changed in retribution onyl trash.....
Doesn't seem to work with Crusade ... well it hasn't been mentioned at all in the spell effects...
I received this drop from the mini-boss in Zarkhenaar in Azsuna (Ayelith sp?)
stays plainly on my main. :D
(Prot, if you're wondering. Good stuff.)
I am with the Light, and the Light is one with me.
The 50% extra healing is ADDITIVE - when I have wings up and am standing in consecration, my mastery and versatility combine to make Light of the Protector heal 100% of my missing health.
An interesting thing to note is that this Legendary's appearance is derived from a mail waistpiece. This means for plate wearers, the only way to obtain this appearance is to obtain this legendary.
Legendary Dropped after battleground win. wrecking face 10-0 in silvershard mines and at the end of the match this popped up....Go Blizz for the random occurrence
Submitted a screenshot hope its submitted to show this is a valid claim.
+5 [力量 or 智力]
耐久: 70 / 70
[This item can be purchased in]
A Guide to Legion Legendaries
Gearing Up Before Raids in Legion
Legendary Flavor Text, References, and Appearances
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