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Dragonflight Season 4 Raid DPS Log Rankings, Week 3: Amirdrassil

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We finally have a full rotation of Awakened raids behind us! Amirdrassil is back and with it, very appropriately, the Fyr'alath wielders take over entirely. As usual there's plenty of movement all over the place with a new raid, as things look relatively similar to where we left them in Season 3.

Note: We are using Normalized scores instead of raw DPS for the Warcraft Logs rankings. The u.gg rankings at the bottom are raw DPS. Normalized scores take into account the outlier boss fights where certain specs could stack massive DPS (due to the nature of the fight, whether it's AoE spam or something else), which would then affect their overall score for the whole raid.

Mythic

Overall Damage 95th Percentile

Amirdrassil is very thematically on-point, as its own legendary axe, Fyr'alath, is very much dominating the standings. Unholy and Arms rule the very top, and only Arcane manages to pierce the axe boys to gran 3rd, with Retribitution breathing down its neck. This brings Unholy up to be best spec across all three raids, as former lead Frost Mage is way down around the middle of the pack here. Speaking of Frost, the DK version is on the move up as well, just below Assassination, with Shadow right behind it, as the Priest remains pretty stable throughout all three raids. Windwalker is back in the top 10 as well, joined by previous No.1 Devastation and its Vault partner Marksmanship. Subtlety and Survival make their way down to the bottom 3 to join Augmentation.

2024-05-13 19_47_48-DPS Damage Statistics - Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope _ Warcraft Logs — M.jpg
95th percentile Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

Overall Damage All Percentiles

Things are even more on-theme in the generalist bracket, as all three top spots are taken by legendary axe wielders! Assassination is doing even better here, pulling in front of Arcane, with the tag-team of Marksmanship and Windwalker also doing some really good work. Affliction makes an uncommon appearance in the top 10, beating out Shadow for 7th, as two previous raid top dogs find themselves at the end of the top 10.

2024-05-13 19_47_58-DPS Damage Statistics - Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope _ Warcraft Logs — M.jpgAll percentiles Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

Boss Only Damage All Percentiles

The top 3 is Fyr'alath dominated here as well, with Assassination and Shadow sticking to the top. Feral pops up pretty high, and we see Fire after quite a while, with Subtlety and Demonology finding their way to the bottom.

2024-05-13 19_48_09-DPS Damage To Bosses Statistics - Mythic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope _ Warcraf.jpgAll percentiles Mythic data by Warcraft Logs.

Heroic

Overall Damage All Percentiles

Even the usually raid-agnostic Heroic is impacted by Amirdrassils love of Fyr'alath, as we see Arms move up 1 spot into 2nd and Retribution climb 3 in 3rd. Nothing can stop Arcane here, of course, with the short fights just being too perfect for the bursty spec.

2024-05-13 19_48_21-DPS Damage Statistics - Heroic Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope _ Warcraft Logs — M.jpg
All percentiles Heroic data by Warcraft Logs.


U.GG Raw Mythic 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 chart is for Mythic only.

Its not the axe at the very top in the raw DPS chart, as Affliction returns to the No.1 spot, as it was in regular Amirdrassil. We do see two Fyr'alath enjoyers right after that, however, and the third one isn't too far away down in 6th. Demonology is the other big difference between the raw DPS and normalized, sitting in 5th as opposed to being in the bottom half above.

AwakenedRaid3.jpgMythic chart by u.gg.

 

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

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Using the builds from WoWhead for Arms and it just feels so much cleaner and better compared to last season with skills like Cleave, Intimidating Shout, Shockwave, and Ignore Pain being available for open utility/damage option for keys.

For DH (Havoc) I'm using a no-move build for keys but may try some alternative builds since I now have fiberoptic internet.   And for Vengeance I still prefer to have the ability for utility available for Raid or Keys.

I did a poll in my Guilds Discord and it looks like I'll be leveling and playing a Mage during the MoP:Remix.  Haven't really tried Mage before so it will be different from normally playing Tank or Melee.

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