If you're the kind of person for whom a mere Epic set of gear just doesn't cut the mustard, then you'll no doubt be asking yourself what you need to do to bag yourself some Legion Legendary items.
What do you have to do to have a chance of looting one, how do the drop rates work, and how many can you wear at any one time anyway?
To help you navigate the new Legendary system, we've put together a quick guide that answers all of these questions and more.
From tackling the correct content in order to increase your chances of getting the loot you crave, to understanding the timer systems behind bad luck streaks, we'll have you dripping in orange bling before you know it.
Or at least, as quickly as the system will allow you to.
If there's anything you're not sure of when it comes to Legion Legendaries, let us know in the comments section and we'll do our best to help you out.
Make sure you check out our other guides as well, as these contain plenty of tips for completing the kind of content that's likely to reward you with the very best gear that the new expansion has to offer has to offer. Legendary items drop from a number of sources in Legion, although as a general rule of thumb the tougher the difficulty you overcome to achieve the drop, the greater the chance you'll have of getting a Legendary reward from it.
Here all of the confirmed sources for Legendaries There are no hard and fast drop rates for any of the Legendary items in Legion.
Instead - and just like the system in Diablo - there is a sort of "bad luck" timer ticking away in the background.
This means that the longer you go in the game without seeing a Legendary item, the more likely you are to have one drop in the future. For this reason, it's incredibly important that you make sure you shift back to your main spec if you've been dabbling in a little off-spec fun.
Otherwise you run the risk of bagging Legendary items for a spec you don't want to focus on - and you can't trade these items with other players either, or sell them on the Auction house.
Note that there are some items that are universally useful for all specs within a given class, but there are no Legendary Off-Hand, Shield, Trinket or Weapon items.