Hi! I’m Hazel, and this is a guide to optimizing your time in WoW to get yourself the most Legendaries. I’ve been following these seven steps since patch launched, and with them I get a new legendary every other week like clockwork. How often you can expect legendaries is largely dependent on how much time you have to play WoW, so this is going to be about spending the time you do have efficiently. Start with the first steps and get through as many of them as you have time for. It’s all about maximising your chances to ramp up your bad luck protection as quickly as possible. Step 1: Keep up with your Emissaries. They’re easy to do, they’re very fast, they give AP and the emissary cache can and does drop Legendaries. Pick quests that are quick to get to and join world quest groups wherever it’ll help you speed through it.
I like to clear my emissary every day first thing in the morning, but it is a bit more efficient to let them stack up to three. That way you can double up on credit whenever you get a Wardens or Kirin Tor emissary. Step 2: Do invasions whenever they’re up and you’re on. I wouldn’t ruin your sleep schedule to wait up for them, but if you see one up just go pop through it. It’s good gold, great Artifact Power and the final boss can drop Legendaries. On top of that, it’s the best source of Nethershards which you can use for Relinquished Gear.
Buy Relinquished tokens in the slot of your desired legendary to try and pop it, especially if you feel like you’re due for one soon. Step 3: Do the World Boss every week plus the Broken Shore World Boss whenever the Nether Disruptor is up. These have proven themselves as a strong source of legendaries, plus it’s only five minutes once or twice a week and you’re done. Any actual loot you get is a bonus. Step 4: Clear out all the Broken Shore World Quests for War Supplies. Every 100 War Supplies you turn in gives you a little chest which can drop Legendaries. On top of that, each one gives you rep, gold and Artifact Power. You can also get War Supplies from the Broken Shore rare Elite mobs and chests, but that’s slower and not really worth your time to go farm. Step 5: The Mythic 0 World Tour. All of the above steps were maintenance.
This is where the juicy grind starts. A Mythic 0 world tour is when you complete all of the Legion Dungeons on regular Mythic difficulty in a big lap. This is easiest done if you assemble a team of friends, or, failing that, a group of pugs with no lockouts who are in it for the long haul. My guild team blasts through a lap of Mythic 0s in about two hours front to back. It takes some time, but every boss can drop legendaries. You’ll also come out loaded with Bloods, a ton of Artifact Power, and disenchantable gear.
Also, you never know when you’re going to get a piece of crazy titanforged loot. Step 6: Raid, raid, and then raid some more. You wanna do as many Legion raids as you can fit into your schedule. Prioritize the most recently released raids first, then move backwards. Do them on as many difficulties as you have time for, although in my opinion you can just skip LFR. I do Heroic and Normal Nighthold, then Heroic and Normal Trial of Valor, and then if I have time Heroic and Normal Emerald Nightmare. Almost all of those I knock out in a pug just whenever I can scrape a free hour. It takes some time to get through it all but it’s AMAZING for your legendary chances.
You’ll also get loads of Artifact Power, gear and it’s a great environment to practice your class and really try to be the best dragonkiller you can be. Step 7: Mythic Plus. At a minimum, finish 1 +10 key or a +15 in 7.to max out your weekly cache item. If you can’t do that then just do the highest key you can. Then, if you’ve done everything on steps 1-6 and you still want to grind, go get yourself into Mythic Plus key runs. In 7.2, you want to aim for keys that you know you can three chest for more chances at Legendaries. Once 7.rolls around three chest won’t be a thing anymore and you should just do the highest keys you can finish in a reasonable amount of time. You can find Legendaries both in the end chest of a dungeon and in your weekly mythic plus cache, so do try and do at least one key every week.
If you’re looking for an all-specs legendary and you have 0 or 1 all specs legendaries currently, remember that you can swap your loot spec to get an increased legendary droprate in that spec. Your bad luck protection is spec specific, so if I have nothing but Shadow legendaries and I swap to Holy my drop rate will be the same as someone looking for their first legendary.
Note that while you can get legendaries from battlegrounds or arena, I don’t really recommend grinding PVP for Legendaries. It can happen but the rate seems much lower than it really should be, so if you’re trying to get orange loot ASAP you should focus on PvE. So, that’s how I get my two legendaries a month. I’m on track to have them all before Tomb and thank heavens for that. Thanks for watching! Let me know what you think, please consider leaving a like if you liked it and have a wonderful, wonderful day. Bye!.
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