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We're checking out the cosmetic ensembles added in the latest Patch 10.1.5 build that will be available in the Trading Post in the future.
Ensemble: Slumbering Caldera Regalia (Hunter, Evoker, Shaman Set)
Ensemble: Helarjar Berserker Warplate (Death Knight, Paladin, Warrior Set)
Ensemble: Vagabond's Carrot Threads (Contains Hood & Cloak)
Ensemble: Wanderer's Carrot Trappings (Contains Scarf & Cloak)
We have smaller fixes for classes and Aberrus, as well as some PvP item tuning in today's hotfixes.
June 8 (Source)
Monk Brewmaster Fixed an issue causing Blackout Kick to double-dip on its recent buffs. Dungeons and Raids
Aberrus, the Shadowed Crucible Scalecommander Sarkareth The contribution of damage towards Blazing Blast and Void Blast is now properly reduced by absorbs. Items and Rewards
Nasz’uro, the Unbound Legacy’s primary stat and Speed granted to allies reduced by 70% in PvP Combat. Djaradin Elder Spear’s damage reduced by 50% in PvP Combat. Fixed an issue where Ominous Chromatic Essence would continue to reapply to other allies when two players shared the same alignment.
We're taking a closer look at the Mythic+ Tier List for the fifth week of Dragonflight Season 2!
The following post is based on statistics provided by Subcreation, a website that gathers various Mythic+ data from live servers. Please note that the tier list is biased toward the top end because it only looks at the top 100 keys per dungeon per affix and ignores keys below +16 and untimed runs.
For the reasons mentioned above, the data presented here will always differ from the Mythic Tier Lists maintained by Petko.
The data used in the post comes from Subcreation, a site maintained by Alcaras. Subcreation provides statistical analysis of Mythic+ dungeons, raids, and PvP in Shadowlands, and the data is provided via the Warcraft Logs API and Raider.io. If you'd like to support Subcreation, you can check out their Patreon.
How the Data is Calculated
The site looks at the top 100 keys per dungeon per affix across all regions and examines their raider.io scores. For each dungeon and specialization, the site takes the lower bound of a 95% confidence interval of the top 100 runs for each specialization. The site then averages these lower bounds, one per dungeon, to get an overall average lower bound for each spec, which is finally used to create the tier list.
The site takes the lower bounds of the 95% confidence interval calculated and then clusters them into 6 buckets using the Ckmeans algorithm. You can find more information by reading the site's FAQ.
Tanks, Healers, Melee, and Ranged are all on the same scale. They're just shown separately for easier comparison across roles.
Mythic+ Tier List for Dragonflight Season 2 Week 5
The specs are ranked based on their lb_ci which stands for the lower bound of a 95% confidence interval. If a certain tier is missing, it's not occupied by any specialization.
The following tier list is for this week's affixes: Tyrannical, Volcanic, Sanguine.
The images from Subcreation are currently experiencing some issues as classes are listed in the incorrect order, but you will find the correct order in text format.
Tank Tier List
Based on 7,998 runs, ranging in difficulty from +20 to +26.
S-Tier: Vengeance Demon Hunter (179.29) Protection Paladin (178.87) A-Tier: Guardian Druid (178.32) Brewmaster Monk (178.15) B-Tier: Blood Death Knight (177.02) C-Tier: Protection Warrior (175.90)
Healer Tier List
Based on 7,987 runs, ranging in difficulty from +20 to +26.
S-Tier: Holy Paladin (178.93) Restoration Druid (178.90) Restoration Shaman (178.80) A-Tier: Preservation Evoker (178.16) Discipline Priest (178.07) C-Tier: Mistweaver Monk (176.01) Holy Priest (175.62)
Melee DPS Tier List
Based on 7,453 runs, ranging in difficulty from +20 to +26.
S-Tier: Subtlety Rogue (179.22) Enhancement Shaman (178.96) Fury Warrior (178.91) A-Tier: Retribution Paladin (178.42) Windwalker Monk (178.06) Havoc Demon Hunter (178.01) B-Tier: Feral Druid (177.10) Frost Death Knight (176.68) Survival Hunter (176.61) Outlaw Rogue (176.59) C-Tier: Arms Warrior (175.98) D-Tier: Unholy Death Knight (172.70) Assassination Rogue (171.47)
Ranged DPS Tier List
Based on 7,379 runs, ranging in difficulty from +20 to +26.
S-Tier: Shadow Priest (180.25) Balance Druid (178.99) A-Tier: Fire Mage (178.58) Devastation Evoker (178.04) Elemental Shaman (177.65) B-Tier: Destruction Warlock (177.15) Beast Mastery Hunter (177.09) Demonology Warlock (176.64) Frost Mage (176.42) C-Tier: Marksmanship Hunter (175.36) Arcane Mage (175.15) F-Tier: Affliction Warlock (104.94)
Here's what we know about the Secrets of Azeroth holiday coming in Patch 10.1.5.
Please note this article was written on June 8 during Patch 10.1.5 testing. Therefore, it may contain incomplete or otherwise outdated information.
Secrets of Azeroth is a new holiday currently slated for August 30th - September 13th.
We currently do not know much about it, but thanks to datamining, we were able to get at least some information about the event and rewards. The holiday seems to revolve around finding buried satchels in dirt mounds.
The Inquisitive - Finish the first day's secrets during the Secrets of Azeroth event. Criteria: Ceremonial Spear Returned Reward: Title - The Inquisitive Community Rumors - Find 5 Buried Satchels using rumors from around the community. Criteria: Dirt Mound Looted Reward: Transmog: Blue Tweed Cap Blue Tweed Cap
Community Rumor Mill - Find 10 Buried Satchels using rumors from around the community. Criteria: Dirt Mound Looted Reward: Pet: Tobias Tools of the Trade - Unlock the secret finding toys listed below. Tricked-Out Thinking Cap Torch of Pyrreth Idol of Ohn'ahra Reward: Transmog: Brown Tweed Cap Brown Tweed Cap
Whodunnit? - Figure out each of the following secrets that surfaced during the Secrets of Azeroth event. Reward: Mount: Pattie Pattie
Provisionist Kathos encountered Pattie on her first assignment to Vol'dun. Pattie developed an affinity to Provisionist work but is eager to delve deeper, helping adventurers in their sleuthing.
Quantum items are a new type of cosmetics coming in Patch 10.1.5 that teach you appearances from the past, including weapons and armor.
The latest Patch 10.1.5 Build 49908 adds quantum items. While we don't know exactly how they will work, the tied spells indicate they will teach you item appearances from the past. Maybe this is Blizzard's new way of bringing back removed items like the ones from Zul'Gurub or Naxxramas in Patch 10.1.5 and instead of having X items you must collect, there will be just 1 sort of "token" with many appearances tied to it.
The following Quantum items have been added so far:
Quantum Wand Quantum Staff Quantum Warglaives Quantum Sword Quantum Polearm Quantum Shield Quantum Mace Quantum Shoulders Quantum Headpiece Quantum Knuckles Quantum Legs Quantum Knife Quantum Focus Quantum Greathammer Quantum Greatsword Quantum Gloves Quantum Bow Quantum Crossbow Quantum Firearm Quantum Chestpiece Quantum Axe