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The Most Popular Specializations in Mythic+ in Dragonflight Season 4 Week 4

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Check out the most popular specs for Mythic+ during the fourth week of Season 4.


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 4 Week 4

This week's affixes are VolcanicTyrannical, and Sanguine.

An upward arrow () represents an increase in popularity, while a downward arrow () represents a decrease, compared to the previous week.

The Most Popular DPS Specializations

  1. Shadow Priest - 18.3% (▲0.4%)
  2. Retribution Paladin - 13.7% (▼0.2%)
  3. Augmentation Evoker - 12.3% (▲1.3%)
  4. Destruction Warlock - 6.1% (▼0.3%)
  5. Fire Mage - 5.8% (▲0.2%)
  6. Frost Mage - 4.5% (▼0.4%)
  7. Beast Mastery Hunter - 3.6% (▼0.1%)
  8. Outlaw Rogue - 2.6% (▼0.3%)
  9. Devastation Evoker - 2.6% (▼0.1%)
  10. Demonology Warlock - 2.4% (▼0.2%)
  11. Havoc Demon Hunter - 2.4% (no change)
  12. Balance Druid - 2.4% (▼0.1%)
  13. Arms Warrior - 2.2% (▼0.2%)
  14. Elemental Shaman - 2.1% (▲0.1%)
  15. Windwalker Monk - 2.1% (no change)
  16. Fury Warrior - 1.8% (no change)
  17. Unholy Death Knight - 1.6% (▼0.1%)
  18. Enhancement Shaman - 1.5% (▼0.1%)
  19. Arcane Mage - 1.5% (no change)
  20. Assassination Rogue - 1.5% (no change)
  21. Frost Death Knight - 1.5% (no change)
  22. Feral Druid - 1.5% (no change)
  23. Marksmanship Hunter - 1.5% (no change)
  24. Subtlety Rogue - 1.5% (no change)
  25. Survival Hunter - 1.4% (no change)
  26. Affliction Warlock - 1.4% (no change)

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    The Most Popular Tanks

    1. Vengeance Demon Hunter - 64.1% (▼0.6%)
    2. Protection Paladin - 9.7% (▲0.2%)
    3. Guardian Druid - 7.7% (▲0.4%)
    4. Blood Death Knight - 7.6% (▼0.2%)
    5. Protection Warrior - 5.9% (▲0.4%)
    6. Brewmaster Monk - 5.0% (▼0.1%)

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    The Most Popular Healers

    1. Restoration Druid - 37.0% (▲1.0%)
    2. Mistweaver Monk - 15.2% (▼1.0%)
    3. Holy Priest - 14.1% (▼0.1%)
    4. Restoration Shaman - 13.2% (▲0.6%)
    5. Discipline Priest - 7.1% (▲0.2%)
    6. Preservation Evoker - 7.0% (▼0.3%)
    7. Holy Paladin - 6.4% (▼0.4%)

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    3 hours ago, Prophet001 said:

    I like Aug but I feel kinda useless when I play it lol.


    Same but to me the rotation just feels wonky.

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