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The Most Popular Specializations for Mythic+ in Dragonflight Season 3 Week 1

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We're checking out the most popular specs for Mythic+ during the first 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 1

This week's affixes are Fortified, Incorporeal, and Sanguine.

The Most Popular DPS Specializations

  1. Augmentation Evoker - 15.4%
  2. Beast Mastery Hunter - 9.4%
  3. Havoc Demon Hunter - 9.4%
  4. Retribution Paladin - 5.8%
  5. Balance Druid - 5.8%
  6. Outlaw Rogue 5.5%
  7. Demonology Warlock - 5.3%
  8. Enhancement Shaman - 4.3%
  9. Fury Warrior - 3.4%
  10. Frost Mage - 3.1%
  11. Fire Mage - 3.0%
  12. Arms Warrior - 2.6%
  13. Assassination Rogue - 2.6%
  14. Arcane Mage - 2.2%
  15. Feral Druid - 2.1%
  16. Marksmanship Hunter - 2.1%
  17. Unholy Death Knight - 2.0%
  18. Windwalker Monk - 2.0%
  19. Shadow Priest - 2.0%
  20. Devastation Evoker - 2.0%
  21. Survival Hunter - 1.9%
  22. Destruction Warlock - 1.8%
  23. Frost Death Knight - 1.8%
  24. Elemental Shaman - 1.7%
  25. Subtlety Rogue - 1.6%
  26. Affliction Warlock - 1.4%

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    The Most Popular Tanks

    1. Vengeance Demon Hunter - 29.6%
    2. Blood Death Knight - 25.7%
    3. Protection Paladin - 16.6%
    4. Brewmaster Monk 6.1%
    5. Guardian Druid - 9.9%
    6. Protection Warrior - 9.0%

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    The Most Popular Healers

    1. Discipline Priest 28.0%
    2. Restoration Druid - 17.0%
    3. Holy Paladin - 14.8%
    4. Mistweaver Monk - 14.6%
    5. Restoration Shaman - 9.6%
    6. Preservation Evoker - 8.3%
    7. Holy Priest - 7.6%

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    Tanks are doing the same damage as they were in season 2 according to this, when BRH bats gauntlet and TOTT water elemental gauntlet exist as well as a 36 ILVL jump. I can do 90k - 110k overall DPS in a +18 as a Protection Warrior and am not in the top '902' Protection Warriors suggested here so I am confused as to how these numbers are generated.

    Edited by Cham79

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