In Legion, legendaries are plentiful and drops randomly from relevant content. At the start, we likely will use the legendaries we first acquire. Later, when you have several legendaries in your pocket, you have the opportunity to choose which legendary to equip for each type of encounter. Here is a list of the legendaries available for Mistweaver Monks, with a slightly more detailed explanation of how they work.
- You can only equip 2 legendaries at the same time (with the Class Hall upgrade).
- Legendaries can drop from raid-, world- or dungeon bosses, emissary cashes, PvP boxes, Mythic+ and weekly caches, etc.
- More difficult content has a higher chance to drop legendaries.
- There is a bad-luck protection that increases your chances to receive a legendary. It increases at the rate of which you do content. The protection resets once you gain a legendary and then restart anew. More difficult content gives better bad-luck protection.
- In other words, the more you play the game and do relevant content, the more chance you have to receive a legendary.
- The type of legendary you get is dependant on your loot spec. If you are a Windwalker with Mistweaver loot spec, you will receive Mistweaver legendaries. Once you have all legendaries one spec, you have a chance to acquire a random legendary from the other 2 specs.
Ei’thas, Lunar Glides of Eramas (Feet) – Mistweaver Monk
Uplifting Trance increases your Vivify healing by an additional 10% and causes it to heal 1 additional target.
Eye of Collidus the Warp-Watcher (Ring) – Mistweaver Monk
Each time Soothing Mist heals, the absorb amount of your next Life Cocoon is increased by 3%.
- For every time Soothing Mist ticks (overheal counts), you gain a stack of the Collidus the Warp-Watcher’s Gaze buff.
- It stacks up to 50, or in other words, 150% increased absorb of Life Cocoon.
- The buff has no duration, but will reset when entering combat with a boss.
Leggings of The Black Flame (Legs) – Mistweaver Monk
Thunder Focus Tea also grants Effuse, Enveloping Mist, Essence Font, Renewing Mist, and Vivify 1 extra charge at random.
- When popping Thunder Focus Tea, you gain one of the five random buffs:
- The Black Flame’s Gamble (Renewing Mist) – Your next Renewing Mist does not trigger its cooldown.
- The Black Flame’s Gamble (Essence Font) – Your next Essence Font may be cast while moving.
- The Black Flame’s Gamble (Enveloping Mist) – Your next Enveloping Mist is instant cast.
- The Black Flame’s Gamble (Vivify) – Your next Vivify costs no mana.
- The Black Flame’s Gamble (Effuse) – Your next Effuse is increased by 200%.
- The buff lasts 30 seconds, which means that it drops off as soon as Thunder Focus Tea comes off cooldown again (without any special talents).
- If you talent Rising Thunder, you have the potential to gain several of these buffs at the same time. If the same spell procs twice, it stacks.
- The legendary buff is removed before the Thunder Focus Tea charge if you cast the corresponding spell. In other words, if you have an EvM legendary buff and a charge of Thunder Focus Tea active and then cast EvM, you still have the Thunder Focus Tea charge to use afterwards.
WeakAura String (Blackflame’s Gamble buffs):
Unison Spaulders (Shoulders) – Mistweaver Monk
Soothing Mist heals a second injured ally within 15 yds for 50% of the amount healed.
- A second beam of Soothing Mist emanate from the initial target, called Unison.
- Unison is a smart heal and automatically seeks out an ally that is damaged, including the initial target.
- Unison switches targets as needed, without necessitating a re-cast.
- The Serpent Statue (talent) does not proc a second Soothing Mist from this legendary.
Petrichor Lagniappe (Wrists) – Mistweaver Monk
The remaining cooldown on Revival is reduced by 2.0 sec each time you cast Renewing Mist.
- Use the Thunder Focus Tea charge on Renewing Mist to decrease the cooldown of Revival as much as possible.
- Talenting for Rising Thunder gives you the potential to decrease the cooldown even more, if you cast Rising Sun Kick dutyfully on cooldown and use the charges on Renewing Mist.
Ovyd’s Winter Wrap (Waist) – Mistweaver Monk
Each time Enveloping Mist heals an ally at full health, its healing bonus spreads to up to 2 nearby allies within 20 yds.
- Spreads the buff Ovyd’s Winter Wrap: Healing received from the Monk is increased by 30%.
- The buff has the same duration as the original Enveloping Mist.
Prydaz, Xavaric’s Magnum Opus (Neck) – All Classes
Every 30 sec, gain an absorb shield for 25% of your maximum health for 30 sec.
- Applies the buff Xavaric’s Magnum Opus.
Sephuz’s Secret (Ring) – All Classes
Successfully applying a loss of control effect to an enemy, interrupting an enemy, or dispelling any target grants you 70% increased movement speed and 25% Haste for 10 sec. This effect may occur once every 30 sec.
- Applies the buff Sephuz’s Secret.
Shelter of Rin (Chest) – Mistweaver Monk
Sheilun’s Gift also heals allies affected by Renewing Mist for 15% of the amount healed.
Velen’s Future Sight (Trinket) – Healers
Use: Increase all healing done by 15% and causes 50% of overhealing on players to be redistributed to up to 3 nearby injured allies, for 10 sec. (1 Min, 15 Sec Cooldown)
- Applies the buff Velen’s Future Sight on use.
Doorway to Nowhere (Back) – Mistweaver Monk
Essence Font has a 20% chance to summon Chi-Ji for 15 sec.
- If you also have the talent Chi-Ji, two Chi-Ji can be active at the same time.
Mythic+ legendaries: Same as raiding, but with Ovyd’s Winter Wrap as a good option as well.