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Here comes a really great tool for you stats lovers out there, as Raider.IO has just released a Battle for Azeroth Review feature on their site, allowing everyone to check out what they've been doing over the course of the expansion. There's tons of useful stats to take a look at for raids and Mythic+, and then share with your friends if you want. As Shadowlands looms large, it's a great way to end your BfA experience, by taking a look at everything you've done over the past 2+ years, and even who you did it with, across all seasons! You can check out an example here directly, as Raider.IO contributor Dratnos shared his stats, or create your own here.
Here are the stats you'll be able to check out once you create/log in to your Raider.IO account and link your Blizzard account:
Total boss kills for each raid and each difficulty, as well as overall totals. Time spent progressing on the highest difficulty for each raid you've fully cleared, as well as your fastest and slowest progression. Number of Mythic+ runs by season and by keystone bracket (2-9, 10-14, 15-20, 20+), total runs, and time spent in completed runs overall (you may want to close your eyes for that last one). Mythic+ spec distribution for your main and alts, as well as how many runs each of them did (not counting unfinished/cancelled ones). Mythic+ account scores by season, most runs with specific affix combinations and their in-time rates. Most played dungeons, in-time % and number of runs for each, closest calls and fastest completions. A really fun one at the end - M+ players you've most played with per season, run amounts with each and the total number of players you've played with.
It's a really cool trip down memory lane with some interesting stats, and you should definitely check it out and ask your friends to share theirs as well!
You can also check out this video by Dratnos going over all the functions of the tool (with some beta stats):
The latest Shaman class changes on the Shadowlands Beta revolve around Covenant Ability and Legendary Power tuning.
Chain Harvest (Venthyr Covenant Ability) - Sends a wave of anima at the target, which then jumps to additional nearby targets. Deals (345% 414% of Spell Power) Shadow damage to up to 5 enemies, and restores (255.5% of Spell Power) health to up to 5 allies. For each target critically struck, the cooldown of Chain Harvest is reduced by 5 seconds. Fae Transfusion (Night Fae Covenant Ability) - Transfers the life force of up to 4 enemies in the targeted area, dealing (414% 840% of Spell Power) Nature damage evenly split to each enemy over 3 seconds. Pressing Fae Transfusion again within 20 seconds will release 15% of all damage from Fae Transfusion, healing up to 8 4 allies near yourself. Enhancement: Fully channeling Fae Transfusion generates 1 stack of Maelstrom Weapon. Primordial Wave (Necrolord Covenant Ability) is now Instant cast (was 1.5-sec cast) Elemental
Echoes of Great Sundering (Legendary Power) - When you cast Earth Shock or Elemental Blast, your next Earthquake will deal 250% additional damage. Static Discharge (Level 15 Talent) - Discharge excess energy from your Lightning Shield, dealing [ 23% of Spell Power ] Nature damage to an enemy within 40 yds every 0.5 sec for 3 sec. Windspeaker's Lava Resurgence (Legendary Power) - When you cast Earth Shock or Elemental Blast, gain Lava Surge and increase the damage of your next Lava Burst by 30%. Enhancement
Doom Winds (Legendary Power) - Dropping Windfury Totem grants you 100% increased chance to gain Windfury Weapon for 8 seconds. This can only occur once every 60 seconds. Restoration
Jonat's Natural Focus (Legendary Power) - Healing Wave and Healing Surge increase the healing done by your next Chain Heal by 0% 10%, stacking up to 0 5 times. PvP Talents
Control of Lava - Your Flame Shock damage over time has a 10% chance to reset the remaining cooldown on Lava Burst, and increase its damage by 25% 15%, stacking up to 3 times.
The latest round of Rogue class changes revolves around the overhaul of their Venthyr Covenant Ability.
Rogues now have a new Venthyr Covenant Ability called Flagellation in place of Slaughter.
Flagellation - Lash the target with Anima 3 times, each dealing [ 68% of Attack Power ] Shadow damage, condemning them for 60 sec. Each combo point you spend causes an additional lash. Once the target has been lashed 20 times, reactivating Flagellation will increase your Mastery by 15% for 60 sec. Slaughter - Slaughter the target, dealing [ 95.47% of Attack Power ] Physical damage. The target's anima mixes with your lethal poison, replacing it with a more powerful lethal poison for the next 5 minutes. Slaughter Poison deals Shadow damage over 12 sec. and steals 15% of healing done to the target. Awards 2 combo points.
A round-up of the latest Priest changes from the Shadowlands Beta. Some have not made it live yet.
The following Priest changes were announced but have not been released on the Beta yet. We assume they will be implemented in an upcoming Shadfowlands Beta build.
Subsequent Devouring Plagues will cause its damage over time effect to add into the existing DoT, and the functionality is similar to Mage's Ignite mechanic. Legacy of the Void (Level 100 Talent) will be replaced with Hungering Void. The new talent should be ideal in situations where the Priests attacks a single target. Void Torrent (Level 90 Talent) will be changed to apply Devouring Plague when cast, instead of refreshing the existing Devouring Plague duration on the target. The following changes went live on the Shadowlands Beta in Build 35978.
Clarity of Mind (Legendary Power) Normal: During Rapture, Power Word: Shield costs 20% less Mana and applies 6-second longer Atonements. Spirit Shell: During Spirit Shell, Power Word: Radiance costs 20% less mana, and applies 4 second longer Atonements. Spirit Shell (Level 100 Talent) - For 10 sec, Penance, Power Word: Radiance, and Atonement create absorb shields for 100% of their value, instead of healing. Shadow
Death and Madness (Level 15 Talent) - If a target dies within 6 7 sec after being struck by your Shadow Word: Death, you gain 4 insanity 40 Insanity over 4 sec and the cooldown of your Shadow Word: Death is reset. Surrender to Madness (Level 100 Talent) - You instantly cast Void Eruption on the target, dealing Deals [ 190% of Spell Power ] Shadow damage to the target and activating activates Voidform.
The BfA Arena World Championships have finished and we have the winners of the EU and NA regional Championships! Wildcard Gaming and M2KC have taken home $50,000 each and a whole lot of prestige, and some awesome-looking medals! so big congratulations to them! You can check out all the games over on the Warcraft YouTube channel.
AWC Regional Champions (source)
The best PvP teams from around the world competed in a grueling season of head-to-head arena action, but in the end only one team from each region could claim the championship.
Congratulations Wildcard Gaming and M2KC who battled their way through fierce competition to rise as the Arena World Championship (AWC) Battle for Azeroth Regional Champions!
These teams have managed to ford their way through all comers despite a year marked by a global pandemic and a move to a fully online competition. They’ve competed in a circuit against the best PvP teams from around the world through a series of four cups with each team ending the Battle for Azeroth season with winnings of $50,000 (USD), AWC Championship trophies, and securing their spot in the Hall of Fame.
EU Champions - Wildcard Gaming
After a grueling season, Wildcard Gaming faced off against XSET on Saturday night. In an intense battle, featuring an incredibly quick final map win, Wildcard Gaming triumphed 4-1 to secure the title of European Champions.
NA Champions - M2KC
The North American final proved even more ferocious, as M2KC dominated Charlotte Phoenix in the final match to secure a 4-1 final victory and the NA Championship.
“Even after 13 years, you never know what to expect from the Arena World Championship,” said David Hollings, Product Lead for Arena World Championship. “Every single team really stepped up their game entering the fir ever AWC Circuit. This year has been incredibly difficult for everyone and I cannot think of a more exciting way to conclude the Battle for Azeroth season.”
While the AWC Battle for Azeroth season has concluded the Arena competition doesn’t end there. Be sure to catch the start of the WoW Classic Fall Conquest next weekend on October 3 on YouTube and Twitch. Stay connected with the latest World of Warcraft Esports news and content on the AWC and MDI websites, YouTube, and don’t forget to follow the brand new WoW Esports Twitter account!