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The fourth week of Season 2 is here and we're looking at the most popular specs for Mythic+.
Earlier this week, we also looked at the Mythic+ Tier List for Week 4 of Dragonflight Season 2.
The data used in this article is taken from BestKeystone.com, a site updated every 30 minutes, with new Keystone runs. You can join their community Discord if you would like to find out more.
To determine the most popular specializations this week, we will be looking at the number of runs performed by each specialization.
This week's affixes are Fortified, Afflicted, and Raging.
The Most Popular Healers in Mythic+
Restoration Shaman -- 12630 (31.59%) runs Restoration Druid -- 8316 (20.8%) runs Preservation Evoker -- 5067 (12.67%) runs Holy Paladin -- 4810 (12.03%) runs Discipline Priest -- 4762 (11.91%) runs Holy Priest -- 3260 (8.15%) runs Mistweaver Monk -- 1138 (2.85%) runs
The Most Popular Tanks in Mythic+
Protection Paladin -- 21471 (53.65%) runs Vengeance Demon Hunter -- 6343 (15.85%) runs Blood Death Knight -- 4681 (11.7%) runs Guardian Druid -- 3392 (8.48%) runs Brewmaster Monk -- 2644 (6.61%) runs Protection Warrior -- 1491 (3.73%) runs
The Most Popular DPS in Mythic+
Shadow Priest -- 20731 (17.28%) runs Retribution Paladin -- 16359 (13.63%) runs Subtlety Rogue -- 12307 (10.26%) runs Fury Warrior -- 8858 (7.38%) runs Balance Druid -- 8084 (6.74%) runs Enhancement Shaman -- 5936 (4.95%) runs Havoc Demon Hunter -- 5450 (4.54%) runs Devastation Evoker -- 5424 (4.52%) runs Destruction Warlock -- 5255 (4.38%) runs Frost Mage -- 5219 (4.35%) runs Beast Mastery Hunter -- 3625 (3.02%) runs Windwalker Monk -- 3413 (2.84%) runs Elemental Shaman -- 3211 (2.68%) runs Demonology Warlock -- 3019 (2.52%) runs Fire Mage -- 2792 (2.33%) runs Marksmanship Hunter -- 1971 (1.64%) runs Survival Hunter -- 1708 (1.42%) runs Frost Death Knight -- 1564 (1.3%) runs Feral Druid -- 1429 (1.19%) runs Outlaw Rogue -- 1246 (1.04%) runs Arcane Mage -- 970 (0.81%) runs Unholy Death Knight -- 704 (0.59%) runs Arms Warrior -- 554 (0.46%) runs Assassination Rogue -- 119 (0.1%) runs Affliction Warlock -- 47 (0.04%) runs
Kalimdor Cup is just the beginning. Based on datamined icons from the latest 10.1.5 PTR build, we're getting Dragonriding cups in other locations, including Outland, Pandaria, Draenor, the Shadowlands, and more.
The latest Patch 10.1.5 build adds new calendar icons that hint at the arrival of new holidays in the form of Dragonriding Races (or cups) available in old expansion zones:
Broken Isles (Legion)
Draenor (Warlords of Draenor)
Eastern Kingdoms (Vanilla)
Great Sea Islands (Kul Tiras & Zandalar)
Northrend (Wrath of the Lich King)
Pandaria (Mists of Pandaria)
The no heal comp strikes again as Psy and their group cleared a Mythic +24 dungeon without a healer. Congrats!
Placeholder for tweet 1665035696745136129 While we have no VoD of the run, the no healer comp sparked some interesting discussion on Reddit regarding current class balance. Some think off-healing needs to be nerfed, while others think the group is actively handycapping themselves by not having a healer by doing 100K less DPS when compared to a +23 run with a healer.
Rextroy discovered a completely broken and random interaction between Azerite and a Retribution Paladin talent that resulted in a +840% Movement Speed increase.
This is, as stated NOT a hack, I have and will never hack ingame.
But it is a really odd... one of THE weirdest interaction I have experienced so far ingame, because somehow the Azerite Trait "Indomitable Justice".
Made back in Battle for Azeroth, meant to increase your damage on Judgement depending on the enemy health. Will bug out the "speed portion" of Judgment of Justice.
Judgement of Justice is a new talent added in 10.0.7. That adds some damage to Judgment, and also your movement speed.
It is most likely coded in a way so that the 10% damage bonus to Judgment, overlaps with the speed part of the talent. And Indomitable Justice, that boost the damage of Judgment, just hypercharges the talent.
I went with a build to have access to as many Judgments as possible, and as often as possible! With a haste and speed set my speed maxed out at around 840% (You ARE able to get it higher but that requires BIS azerite pieces (ilvl wise) aswell as more base speed.
Talking about the Azerite pieces, the speed scales with their ilvl. The best ones to get is from Eternal Palace mythic, since the ilvl will be fairly high and it has lots of potential "Indomitable Justice" drops.
This speed is limited to content where Azerite is enabled, so you cannot use it in any "serious" PVE or PvP content!
Please note that all the bugs have been reported and fixed before Rextroy uploaded the video.
We're comparing raid spec popularity with average overall DPS in Patch 10.1. Find out how your spec performs!
Here's an interesting figure created by Reddit user AttitudeAdjusterSE who compared raid specialization popularity with overall DPS from Mythic difficulty parses in Patch 10.1. The data is taken from WarcraftLogs from the last two weeks.
Frost Death Knight is in an interesting position. While the number of parses is minimal, their overall DPS in the highest. Frost Death Knights are followed by Devastation Evokers, Demonology Warlocks, Elemental Shamans, Affliction Warlocks, and Shadow Priests.