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Final Mythic+ Class Tier List for Patch 9.1

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Here's one final look at the Mythic+ class tier list before Patch 9.1.5 hits live servers.


In this post, we look at the tier list for Mythic+ based on the data gathered by Benched.me. The site plots all runs available from the Blizzard API (excluding the Chinese region) on a single ridge plot, so the data will be different from our Shadowlands Mythic+ Rankings maintained by Petko.


To rank all specializations, Benched.me uses something called Meta Ratio Score. The "ratio" is between the specialization's representation in the meta vs. its representation in the population. For example, a specialization makes up 3% of all players in the population, but 6% in the meta, which means that spec's ratio is 6% / 3% = 2.

Furthermore, the site defines the "population" as all keys level 2 through 15 and the "meta" as keys 16 and above. Based on that, we break down specs into tiers based on their meta ratio as follows:

  • S-Tier: Ratio of at least 1.5.
  • A-Tier: Ratio between 1 and 1.5.
  • B-Tier: Ratio between 0.5 and 1.
  • C-Tier: Ratio below 0.5, but greater than 0.
  • F-Tier: Ratio of 0 (the spec isn't present in the high-level bin at all).



  • Affliction Warlock - 1.81 meta ratio
  • Subtlety Rogue - 1.51 meta ratio


  • Fire Mage - 1.43 meta ratio
  • Outlaw Rogue - 1.29 meta ratio
  • Guardian Druid - 1.24 meta ratio
  • Windwalker Monk - 1.23 meta ratio
  • Brewmaster Monk - 1.18 meta ratio
  • Holy Paladin - 1.18 meta ratio
  • Restoration Shaman - 1.16 meta ratio
  • Marksmanship Hunter - 1.15 meta ratio
  • Balance Druid - 1.13 meta ratio
  • Arms Warrior - 1.12 meta ratio
  • Elemental Shaman - 1.11 meta ratio
  • Arcane Mage - 1.08 meta ratio
  • Frost Mage - 1.05 meta ratio
  • Discipline Priest - 1.03 meta ratio


  • Shadow Priest - 0.99 meta ratio
  • Vengeance Demon Hunter - 0.99 meta ratio
  • Unholy Death Knight - 0.96 meta ratio
  • Havoc Demon Hunter - 0.94 meta ratio
  • Blood Death Knight - 0.92 meta ratio
  • Holy Priest - 0.89 meta ratio
  • Fury Warrior - 0.86 meta ratio
  • Survival Hunter - 0.85 meta ratio
  • Protection Paladin - 0.82 meta ratio
  • Protection Warrior - 0.79 meta ratio
  • Beast Mastery Hunter - 0.78 meta ratio
  • Restoration Druid - 0.77 meta ratio
  • Assassination Rogue - 0.77 meta ratio
  • Feral Druid - 0.72 meta ratio
  • Mistweaver Monk - 0.71 meta ratio
  • Frost Death Knight - 0.69 meta ratio
  • Destruction Warlock - 0.69 meta ratio
  • Enhancement Shaman - 0.69 meta ratio
  • Demonology Warlock - 0.62 meta ratio
  • Retribution Paladin - 0.55 meta ratio


No class is currently ranked in C-Tier.


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