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The Most Popular Specializations for Mythic+ in Dragonflight Season 3 Week 6

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Check out the most popular specializations for Mythic+ during the sixth week of Dragonflight Season 3!

DISCLAIMER

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 6

This week's affixes are TyrannicalIncorporeal, and Spiteful.

The Most Popular DPS Specializations

  1. Augmentation Evoker - 18.5%
  2. Havoc Demon Hunter - 16.3%
  3. Outlaw Rogue 6.8%
  4. Demonology Warlock - 6.23%
  5. Beast Mastery Hunter - 6.2%
  6. Retribution Paladin - 5.7%
  7. Fury Warrior - 4.1%
  8. Balance Druid - 3.5%
  9. Frost Mage - 3.1%
  10. Fire Mage - 2.9%
  11. Enhancement Shaman - 2.8%
  12. Assassination Rogue - 2.1%
  13. Windwalker Monk - 2.0%
  14. Arms Warrior - 1.6%
  15. Unholy Death Knight - 1.6%
  16. Feral Druid - 1.6%
  17. Elemental Shaman - 1.6%
  18. Arcane Mage - 1.6%
  19. Affliction Warlock - 1.5%
  20. Subtlety Rogue - 1.5%
  21. Frost Death Knight - 1.5%
  22. Shadow Priest - 1.5%
  23. Survival Hunter - 1.4%
  24. Marksmanship Hunter - 1.4%
  25. Devastation Evoker - 1.4%
  26. Destruction Warlock - 1.3%

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    The Most Popular Tanks

    1. Vengeance Demon Hunter - 40.1%
    2. Protection Paladin - 25.9%
    3. Blood Death Knight - 14.3%
    4. Guardian Druid - 7.4%
    5. Protection Warrior - 6.2%
    6. Brewmaster Monk 6.1%

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    The Most Popular Healers

    1. Mistweaver Monk - 24.5%
    2. Discipline Priest 24.0%
    3. Restoration Druid - 21.4%
    4. Holy Paladin - 10.4%
    5. Restoration Shaman - 8.5%
    6. Holy Priest - 6.3%
    7. Preservation Evoker - 4.8.%

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