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First 9.2 and Final Sanctum of Domination Mythic DPS and Healer Log Rankings: Many Changes, Enhancement Out of the Doghouse

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It's both a first and a last this week, as we're taking a look at the final Sanctum of Domination stats, which are also the first ones after the patch 9.2 class changes and general shakeup! With Sepulcher of the First Ones on the horizon for tomorrow/Wednesday, let's take a look at how the classes are doing in the still current raid and how things changed after the patch.

There's been some big changes on top after the patch too, with Rogues coming back with a vengeance, Enhancement getting out of the bottom (and then some) and Retribution finally pushing up!

Mythic DPS Rankings

This is pretty much the last we'll be seeing of the Mythic rankings for a while, or at least the last that they'll be relevant, as the next month or so it'll be just the very top guilds pushing on the Sepulcher bosses on that front, skewing the logs quite a bit. There have also been some Sylvanas dagger bug shenanigans going on with Rogues lately, but that's all been purged from the logs as far as we're aware, so the stats should be clean.

95th Percentile

In the top percentiles we see only Fury keep its position in the top, as Outlaw takes the crown and Balance dives an incredible 20 spaces down from 1st to 21st! It seems top players bailed on the spec for the final week of Sanctum, while Arms Warriors made a big return, slotting in just under Fury in 3rd. Assassination was always poking around the top before 9.2, and now it's secured the 4th spot, just ahead of almost constant 9.1.5 No.1 Windwalker, who barely holds on to the top 5. Havoc's consistent rise throughout 9.1.5 hasn't been deterred much with the new patch, as it actually kept it's No.6 spot, and we also see an old face coming in after it, as Fire snags No.7. We also have our first pink top 10 sighting in a LONG time, as Retribution gets in on number 9, with Subtletly dropping 3 spots into 10th after some Sylvanas dagger bug cleanup.

The bottom is actually looking rather different as well, with Enhancement finally bailing out of drop dead last, leaping a huge 10 spots up! Destruction wasn't as lucky as it now claims the bottom of the bottom slot, as Shadow drops down even further from its not-so-great 9.1.5 position, joined by the literal No.1 from the previous patch.

95th percentile Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

All Percentiles

The generalist bracket is looking similar to the top, with Fury dropping one, but Balance also dropping a giant amount, and Outlaw, Arms and Assassination being the big winners. Havoc dropped 2 spots but is still very high up, with Subtletly having the same experience, and we do see pink in the top 10 once more, even higher this time with Retribution's 7th spot! Windwalkers weren't so high at the end of 9.1.5 here so they keep their No.8, and we then see both DK specs come in to fill out the top 10, Unholy rising 8 spots and Frost 3.

Enhancement flees the bottom here as well, leaping a giant amount and leaving Frost Mage to enjoy the dead-last spot, as Shadow and Destruction join it in the bottom 3.

All percentiles Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

Healer HPS, All Percentiles

It seems Warcraft Logs aren't showing tank DPS any more (or I just can't find the stats), so we'll just be covering the healers, which is probably for the best, as tank DPS isn't exactly a very useful stat to determine their value in raids. As for the Healers in 9.2, Druids are back on top with a vengeance, and the former No.1 Mistweaver also got taken down by Holy, while the bottom 3 remained the same after Disc was surpassed by its fellow Priest.

All percentiles Healer Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

Boss-Specific DPS Rankings

We'll also take a quick look at the 3 most relevant bosses for the Sanctum one last time.


Retribution may be doing very well overall, but it's always been the No.1 for Painsmith, and it remains so in 9.2 as well, with Arms jumping up into 2nd with the new patch.

All percentiles Painsmith Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.


Elemental stays on top for Kel, with Affliction keeping its 2nd spot as well, but Survival makes a big appearance in 3rd.

All percentiles Kel'Thuzad Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.


The top 2 Druid combo that's been present on the final boss of the Sanctum for months now has been broken, as the top spec overall is also on top here, with the overall Balance shortage hitting on Sylvanas as well!

All percentiles Sylvanas Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

Heroic DPS Rankings

Heroic was affected by the patch changes as well, going full yellow top 2, with Feral finally breaking through and getting into the top 3 after rising slowly but surely throughout 9.1.5! Fire makes an appearance at 4, as Arms and Havoc showcase their resilience here as well, and Enhancement actually managed to make it into the top 10 in Heroic!

All percentiles Heroic data by Warcraft Logs.

As always, if you want even more info on a spec, you can check out our class guides here, for a DPS tier list you can go here, or for even more data, head on over to Warcraft Logs.

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Anyone have a good rankings chart for new raid? Don't care too much about this one since it accounts for Dom shards and not at all for double lego or tier set

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