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Amirdrassil 10.2 Raid DPS Log Rankings, Week 6: Massive Tuning Shakeup

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It's time to see what the third (and largest) tuning pass did! And boy did it do a lot, as we see the biggest shakeup to the rankings in a long time. There weren't quite as many runs over the week as usual due to the holidays, but there's still plenty to see.


Overall Damage 95th Percentile

The tuning has had quite the effect in the top percentiles, as (most of) the Rogues are gone and we have some very fresh faces at the top! Demonology seems to be the new Augmentation favorite as it shoots up 7 spots to the very top after receiving exactly 0 buffs! Devastation has the Warlock beat in terms of spots gained, with a colossal 19-spot leap into 2nd, but it at least got some help in the tuning. We see some stability in 3rd and our first and only yellow in a while, as Subtlety seems to have remained on the Augmenters good side and stays in place, with Assassination dropping all the way down to 8th after its nerfs, and Outlaw even further to 11th, after receiving absolutely no nerfs. It really is a wild Evoker-support-driven world these days. Arcane bounces back with its own gigantic leap, up 9 in 4th. Havoc actually just ignores its nerfs altogether and remains in 5, while Beast Mastery rises one right behind it, getting back into the premiere Hunter spot after Marksmanship's massive 11-spot drop this week. Another big beneficiary of the tuning is Frost Mage in 7th, blasting up from the bottom and gaining 14 spots this week! Its fellow Mage also gains quite a few spots, as Fire's buffs "only" gains it 10 spots in 9th, and we have Affliction closing out the top 10 4 spots up as well. Augmentation is still not getting its due, sitting at the bottom, and is joined by newcomers Arms and Feral, with the Druid making the larger drop, down 6.

95th percentile Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

Overall Damage All Percentiles

Demonology proves it's not just a top percentiles fluke as it sits on top in the generalist bracket as well, with Devastation and Subtletly joining it in cross-chart stability as well. Havoc does see a little bit of nerf consequences, but only drops 1 spot, while Affliction is really taking off here, up 8 spots in 5th. The rest is very similar to the top percentiles, with Beast Mastery gaining ground, Marksmanship dropping off (and then some), Assassination losing 1 spot less, Outlaw just barely hanging in the top 10, Fire rising and so on. Arcane swaps in for Frost here as it takes the top Mage spot in 8th, however, with Frost down in 14th.

All percentiles Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

Boss Only Damage All Percentiles

The boss only charts don't seem to care much for the nerfs, as they remain ever stable! Balance and Enhancement switch spots in 3rd as Destruction gains a few spots, and we do see Fire and Arcane benefit from their buffs and come up quite a bit, but the two Rogues are still in control at the very top.

Windwalkers have their first glimpse at the top 10 here, however, as the buff moves them from the penultimate spot overall to the penultimate top 10 one!

All percentiles Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.


Overall Damage All Percentiles

Heroic also sees much less movement, but does sport a new No.1! Arcane takes full advantage of the shorter fights and its buff to take over from the Rogues, as Assassination didn't get affected as much by the nerfs.

All percentiles Heroic data by Warcraft Logs.

U.GG DPS Rankings

U.gg's rankings are based on actual DPS taken from Warcraft Logs data, focusing on the top players and span the past two weeks. This is the chart for Heroic and Mythic difficulties combined.

The mixed Heroic and Mythic rankings are more impervious to change, as Subtletly remains in the lead, but we do see Arcane break through after the buffs and push Assassination down. Enhancement moves past Demonology, and Devastation takes Destruction's spot above Fury, as Feral closes out the top 10 4 spots up!

Raid6.jpgHeroic and Mythic difficulties combined chart by u.gg.

Meanwhile, if you're looking for more information you can check out our Dragonflight class guides, Amirdrassil boss guides, the raid DPS tier list, as well as more data from Warcraft Logs here.

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