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Some Interesting Fyr'alath Data from Live Servers

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We're looking at some interesting data involving Fyr'alath the Dreamrender Fyr'alath the Dreamrender from live servers.

The data shows the percentage of players who obtained Fyr'alath the Dreamrender Fyr'alath the Dreamrender and their raid progress.

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About 13% of players who have defeated Fyrakk at least once on Heroic Difficulty (Ahead of the Curve: Fyrakk the Blazing Ahead of the Curve: Fyrakk the Blazing) have also obtained Fyr'alath the Dreamrender Fyr'alath the Dreamrender.

Approximately 22% of players who've participated in any Mythic difficulty progress have acquired the legendary axe.

Shoutout to Reddit's Content-Ebb24 for the data.

Source: Reddit

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Just finished helping a Guildie on their Ret Paladin last night with the quest chains.  Still trying to get it on my Arms Warrior; no luck over the weekend so here is to another reset of grinding from Raid Finder to Heroic.

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I got the drop a few days ago doing nothing but LFR every week. I can't tell if that's very lucky or fairly predictable given the bad luck protection.

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9 hours ago, Ragingwolf said:

Just finished helping a Guildie on their Ret Paladin last night with the quest chains.  Still trying to get it on my Arms Warrior; no luck over the weekend so here is to another reset of grinding from Raid Finder to Heroic.

Why do you grind all the way through raid finder? I thought that the bad luck protection only counted once per week.

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8 hours ago, Prophet001 said:

Why do you grind all the way through raid finder? I thought that the bad luck protection only counted once per week.

 

I'm like 99% sure that you only need to do the highest possible difficulty. So if you do Heroic first, you don't get anything from doing Normal and LFR afterwards

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13 hours ago, Prophet001 said:

Why do you grind all the way through raid finder? I thought that the bad luck protection only counted once per week.

Well here is the deal my Guild, whom already got AOTC, is not really interested in Raiding and prefer to do other activities.  So when I am not at work and have some free time, here and there, I just go ahead and run it starting on the lowest difficulty and work to the highest of my ability.  I am also trying to farm the Augury Trinket on Normal/Heroic; Raid Finder I just do the last two bosses for the Essence, Flight stones, and lesser versions of crests.  I do this in case I can not be on later in the week before reset.

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4 hours ago, Siriaktwo said:

I'm like 99% sure that you only need to do the highest possible difficulty. So if you do Heroic first, you don't get anything from doing Normal and LFR afterwards

I do LFR, Normal, then Heroic not the other way around.

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