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Mythic+ Tier List for Patch 10.1.7 Week 7

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We're looking at the Mythic+ Tier List during the seventh week of Patch 10.1.7.


The following post is based on data from our sister site U.GG, combining thousands of live server parses. Therefore, the data presented here may differ from Petko's Mythic Tier Lists maintained on our site.

How the Data is Calculated

U.gg's tier list is created by evaluating damage and healing scores from the very best players and factoring in the frequency of each spec's appearances in the highest rankings of the current Mythic+ season. The tier list of each spec is determined by its effectiveness and prevalence at the highest levels of Mythic+ play.

Mythic+ Tier List for Patch 10.1.7 Week 7

This week's affixes are: Fortified, Afflicted, Raging.

Healer Tier List

  • S-Tier
    • Holy Paladin
  • A-Tier:
    • Discipline Priest
    • Holy Priest
  • B-Tier:
    • Restoration Shaman
    • Mistweaver Monk
    • Restoration Druid
  • C-Tier:
    • Preservation Evoker

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Tank Tier List

  • S-Tier:
    • Guardian Druid
  • A-Tier:
    • Blood Death Knight
    • Brewmaster Monk
  • B-Tier:
    • Vengeance Demon Hunter
    • Protection Warrior
  • C-Tier:
    • Protection Paladin

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DPS Tier List

  • S-Tier:
    • Augmentation Evoker
    • Shadow Priest
    • Fire Mage
  • A-Tier:
    • Retribution Paladin
    • Beast Mastery Hunter
    • Fury Warrior
    • Enhancement Shaman
    • Subtlety Rogue
    • Balance Druid
    • Frost Mage
    • Destruction Warlock
    • Outlaw Rogue (up from B-Tier)
  • B-Tier:
    • Arcane Mage
    • Feral Druid
    • Windwalker Monk
    • Arms Warrior
    • Survival Hunter
    • Frost Death Knight
    • Havoc Demon Hunter (up from C-Tier)
    • Marksmanship Hunter
    • Affliction Warlock (up from C-Tier)
  • C-Tier:
    • Devastation Evoker (down from B-Tier)
    • Elemental Shaman (down from B-Tier)
    • Demonology Warlock 
    • Assassination Rogue
    • Unholy Death Knight

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I understand perfect balance is an impossible dream but when 15% of the runs are aug evokers, 34% of all the dps, it's hard to believe that they're even trying.

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22 hours ago, Q said:

I understand perfect balance is an impossible dream but when 15% of the runs are aug evokers, 34% of all the dps, it's hard to believe that they're even trying.

Personally I think most games have decided they want to lean full on into the "meta" idea of gaming. Majority of players in competitive games end up playing whatever is decided is "best" anyway. When the game isn't about playing your class, but about beating the content why would you not balance around how players play?

That being said I hate "meta" game. I hate it in MOBAs. I have it in card games. I hate it in MMO's and every genre. 

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