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We're looking at how many raid bosses each World of Warcraft expansion has introduced.
This chart, created by Reddit user throwaway4201251315, lays out the count of raid bosses across all WoW expansions, including Dragonflight.
The chart's fine details are hard to make out, but it's clear that the original Vanilla version launched with the highest number of raid bosses (about 55-60), whereas Dragonflight had the fewest (around 25-30), a figure similar to what we saw in Cataclysm. Notably, Blizzard's decision to skip .3 patches and the introduction of Fated Raids have contributed to a declining trend in the number of raid bosses in both Shadowlands and Dragonflight.
It seems that players generally prefer raids with 8-9 bosses, finding larger raids like Ny'alotha and Sepulcher to be exhausting.
Collecting mounts really has become as much of a part of WoW as raiding, dungeons, questing and PvP at this point, as players constantly want more and more. Today we're taking a look at another hirumaredx video, this time focusing on the 10 rarest mounts players can still obtain today!
While I'm sure this list will be disputed, it's still fun to see what could be considered some of the most rare rides on Azeroth, especially if you happen to own one already! The list is based off of both drop chances and actual difficulty to obtain, as the first one is basically a 100% "drop", but will take a long time to get.
It's time to check out the most popular specializations for Mythic+ during the third week of Season 3!
The following post is based on data taken from u.gg, which has combined thousands of parses from live servers.
The Most Popular Specializations for Mythic+ in Season 3 Week 3
This week's affixes are Fortified, Volcanic, Spiteful.
The Most Popular DPS Specializations
Augmentation Evoker - 15.5% Havoc Demon Hunter - 14.2% Beast Mastery Hunter - 8.9% Retribution Paladin - 6.3% Outlaw Rogue 5.7% Demonology Warlock - 5.6% Balance Druid - 5.1% Fury Warrior - 3.7% Enhancement Shaman - 3.7% Assassination Rogue - 3.1% Frost Mage - 3.1% Fire Mage - 2.3% Arcane Mage - 2.2% Arms Warrior - 2.2% Feral Druid - 2.0% Unholy Death Knight - 1.8% Shadow Priest - 1.7% Windwalker Monk - 1.6% Survival Hunter - 1.6% Marksmanship Hunter - 1.6% Elemental Shaman - 1.6% Frost Death Knight - 1.4% Devastation Evoker - 1.4% Destruction Warlock - 1.3% Subtlety Rogue - 1.3% Affliction Warlock - 1.1%
The Most Popular Tanks
Vengeance Demon Hunter - 35.9% Blood Death Knight - 24.1% Protection Paladin - 16.5% Guardian Druid - 8.2% Brewmaster Monk 7.7% Protection Warrior - 7.5%
The Most Popular Healers
Discipline Priest 28.0% Mistweaver Monk - 18.4% Restoration Druid - 18.0% Holy Paladin - 13.7% Restoration Shaman - 9.0% Holy Priest - 6.6% Preservation Evoker - 6.4%
One of the Trading Post activities this month requires players to kill the Lich King for Tender and one lucky player went to Icecrown Citadel and looted Invincible's Reins!
Title Description Travel Points Defeat the Lich King Kill the Lich King in the Icecrown Citadel. 50 50 Tender convinced naturzaros to visit Icecrown Citadel and kill the Lich King who was very generous in return and dropped Invincible's Reins.
The axe-wielding, tree-burning dragon has a sense of humor, as he will laugh at anyone that dies to his fire during the raid encounter (and you get an achievement if you didn't get it before!
The Still Standing in the Fire achievement came along with patch 10.1 and Fyrakk Assaults. It was a little tricky to get as you had to find where to stand and die to the fire, which didn't really 1-shot you. Luckily with 10.2, it got a whole lot easier (well, for raiders anyway). The achievement is named after the original, where Deathwing had to kill you either during the Dragon Soul raid or when he was breathing all over Azeroth.
As spotted by ah_kooky_kat, dying to Fyrakk in the raid also triggers the achievement, and he still laughs at you!
The very old-school WeakAura in the screenshot also got a lot of attention the the thread below.