Blood Death Knight Tank Gear and Best in Slot — Dragonflight 10.2.7

Last updated on May 07, 2024 at 11:20 by Mandl and Panthea 36 comments
General Information

On this page, you will find the best gear and best in slot items for your Blood Death Knight in World of Warcraft Dragonflight 10.2.7.

1.

BiS Gear for Blood Death Knights

Welcome to our Gear and BiS Page for Blood Death Knight for Dragonflight 10.2.6. Check this page to learn everything you need to know about gearing a Blood Death Knight, including the BiS Gear from all sources, Raiding, and Mythic+, information on the best Trinkets, Tier Sets, and much more.

We only provide a "Best in Slot" list as a mandatory requirement stemming from certain guilds and players thinking they absolutely need to blindly chase that one item in that one slot and nothing else will do. Sometimes, it is raid leaders enforcing a very strict "BiS list" for loot council without any nuance; other times, it is players themselves enforcing it on themselves.

Blood Death Knight gearing is very simple: you prioritize item level above everything else on everything except trinkets, as anything 6 item levels or more is virtually guaranteed to be an upgrade.

If you have a choice on the same item level, the alternative will not, in generic circumstances, make a difference defensively. As such, we recommend just simming the choice and going with whatever helps you do more damage.

There are exceptions to this rule, and encounter-specific situations where a stat is massively devalued. Whenever an encounter features a difference (such as a boss not having a parryable auto-attack or dealing pure magical damage) and is deadly enough to warrant recommending small gearing changes, we will highlight it in the encounter guides as an exception, not a rule.

Similarly, at the absolute cutting-edge Mythic+ key levels, a slightly more fine-tuned approach towards secondaries and key-specific trade-offs on secondary stats may occur. This is extremely rare, and very often, even these players eschew or illogically favor choices that prove to be major mistakes just by cursory log analysis.

We have covered some of the caveats in a more detailed fashion on the following page:

2.

"Simming" Yourself as a Blood Death Knight

Throughout this page, we will regularly refer to the importance of simming yourself on Raidbots, as it is an indispensable aspect of optimizing your character.

While we do offer generic sim charts for Trinkets, this should not be a replacement for simming. These charts are generated in isolation, without including a second trinket. As a result, this can mess with - to name just a few:

  • Cases where you have two on-use trinkets and the order in which they are used
  • Cases where trinket cooldowns clash at specific points
  • Cases where a certain trinket drastically impacts your rotation when it comes off cooldown

If you are new to simming and Raidbots, check out our detailed guide below.

3.

BiS Gear for Blood Death Knight

Overall BiS List BiS List From Raid BiS List From Mythic+ (483)
4.

BiS List for Blood Death Knight

This list contains the best gear setup from most sources for Blood Death Knight. Wherever possible, we made use of the ilvl 528 gear available from Mythic Vault of the Incarnates, Aberrus and Amirdrassil.

A couple of items on this list may be from Mythic+ and listed at 528. This item level - in other words, getting it from Great Vault - is a requirement on the item. We opted to do this rather than to list 522s, as they would frankly never show up. In true BiS fashion, the list is, indeed, true BiS.

Every slot that is socketable is assumed socketed, and every enchant is assumed acquired.

Slot Item Source/Note
Weapon Fyr'alath the Dreamrender Icon Fyr'alath the Dreamrender (535) Fyrakk
Helm Piercing Gaze of the Risen Nightmare Icon Piercing Gaze of the Risen Nightmare (528) Mythic Raszageth / Mythic Magmorax / Mythic Tindral Sageswift
Neck Ouroboreal Necklet Icon Ouroboreal Necklet (528) Mythic Volcoross in Amirdrassil
Shoulder Skewers of the Risen Nightmare Icon Skewers of the Risen Nightmare (489) Mythic Smolderon in Amirdrassil (from Season 3)
Cloak Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl Icon Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl (525) + Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Crafted
Chest Casket of the Risen Nightmare Icon Casket of the Risen Nightmare (528) Mythic Kurog Grimtotem / Mythic Zskarn / Mythic Nymue
Bracers Primal Molten Vambraces Icon Primal Molten Vambraces (525) + Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Crafted
Gloves Thorns of the Risen Nightmare Icon Thorns of the Risen Nightmare (489) Mythic Volcoross in Amirdrassil (from Season 3)
Belt Trapmaster's Utility Belt Icon Trapmaster's Utility Belt (528) Mythic+ Brackenhide Hollow
Legs Obsidian Guard's Chausses Icon Obsidian Guard's Chausses (528) Mythic Assault of the Zaqali in Aberrus
Boots Spittle-Resistant Sollerets Icon Spittle-Resistant Sollerets (528) Mythic Magmorax in Aberrus
Ring #1 Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen (528) Mythic Eranog in Vault of the Incarnates
Ring #2 Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty (535) Mythic Broodkeeper Diurna in Vault of the Incarnates
Trinket #1 Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch (528) Mythic Broodkeeper Diurna in Vault of the Incarnates
Trinket #2 Cataclysmic Signet Brand Icon Cataclysmic Signet Brand (528) Mythic Smolderon in Amirdrassil
4.

BiS List from Raid Blood Death Knight

This list contains the best gear setup from Vault of the Incarnates, Aberrus and Amirdrassil specifically for Blood Death Knight.

Do you have a pesky raid leader who demands a BiS wishlist to be able to determine strictly what one item per slot you are entitled to? This list is for you.

Do not forget to remind them that every item is upgradeable to 528 (end-boss level) in Season 4, and that as a result, other pieces in the same slot are also very close side-grades.

Every slot that is socketable is assumed socketed, and every enchant is assumed acquired.

Slot Item Source/Note
Weapon Fyr'alath the Dreamrender Icon Fyr'alath the Dreamrender (535) Fyrakk
Helm Piercing Gaze of the Risen Nightmare Icon Piercing Gaze of the Risen Nightmare (528) Mythic Raszageth / Mythic Magmorax / Mythic Tindral Sageswift
Neck Ouroboreal Necklet Icon Ouroboreal Necklet (528) Mythic Volcoross in Amirdrassil
Shoulder Skewers of the Risen Nightmare Icon Skewers of the Risen Nightmare (489) Mythic Smolderon in Amirdrassil (from Season 3)
Cloak Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl Icon Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl (525) + Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Crafted
Chest Casket of the Risen Nightmare Icon Casket of the Risen Nightmare (528) Mythic Kurog Grimtotem / Mythic Zskarn / Mythic Nymue
Bracers Primal Molten Vambraces Icon Primal Molten Vambraces (525) + Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Crafted
Gloves Thorns of the Risen Nightmare Icon Thorns of the Risen Nightmare (489) Mythic Volcoross in Amirdrassil (from Season 3)
Belt Seal of the Defiant Hordes Icon Seal of the Defiant Hordes (528) Mythic Assault of the Zaqali in Aberrus
Legs Obsidian Guard's Chausses Icon Obsidian Guard's Chausses (528) Mythic Assault of the Zaqali in Aberrus
Boots Spittle-Resistant Sollerets Icon Spittle-Resistant Sollerets (528) Mythic Magmorax in Aberrus
Ring #1 Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen (528) Mythic Eranog in Vault of the Incarnates
Ring #2 Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty (535) Mythic Broodkeeper Diurna in Vault of the Incarnates
Trinket #1 Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch (528) Mythic Broodkeeper Diurna in Vault of the Incarnates
Trinket #2 Cataclysmic Signet Brand Icon Cataclysmic Signet Brand (528) Mythic Smolderon in Amirdrassil
4.

Mythic+ Farmable (522) List for Blood Death Knight

This list contains what a BiS list would look like if you could only target gear that you could repeatedly farm from Mythic+. We've assumed infinite Catalyst charges, but otherwise, we've left the options open, with the one condition that every piece of gear apart from the two crafted gear pieces we've limited ourselves to are 522 upgraded Hero drops from Mythic+ and only from Mythic+.

If these items are obtained in the weekly vault on the Myth track they can be upgraded to 528.

This is an obviously unrealistic setup, as, by now, you can send sparks on crafted pieces to cover almost every slot. Still - it provides you with a simple idea of things to chase or a suitable farming spot for that one slot you still need.

Every slot that is socketable is assumed socketed, and every enchant is assumed acquired.

Slot Item Source/Note
Weapon Fyr'alath the Dreamrender Icon Fyr'alath the Dreamrender (535) Fyrakk
Helm Piercing Gaze of the Risen Nightmare Icon Piercing Gaze of the Risen Nightmare (522/528) Revival Catalyst any Helm from Mythic+
Neck Tuskarr Bone Necklace Icon Tuskarr Bone Necklace (522/528) Mythic+: Brackenhide Hollow
Shoulder Skewers of the Risen Nightmare Icon Skewers of the Risen Nightmare (489) Revival Catalyst any Shoulder on Myth track from Mythic+ (from Season 3)
Cloak Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl Icon Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl (525) + Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Crafted
Chest Casket of the Risen Nightmare Icon Casket of the Risen Nightmare (522/528) Revival Catalyst any Chest from Mythic+
Bracers Primal Molten Vambraces Icon Primal Molten Vambraces (525) + Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Crafted
Gloves Thorns of the Risen Nightmare Icon Thorns of the Risen Nightmare (489) Revival Catalyst any Gloves on Myth track from Mythic+ (from Season 3)
Belt Ravenous Omnivore's Girdle Icon Ravenous Omnivore's Girdle (522/528) Mythic+: Halls of Infusion
Legs Venerated Professor's Greaves Icon Venerated Professor's Greaves (522/528) Mythic+: Algeth'ar Academy
Boots Pristine Magma Stompers Icon Pristine Magma Stompers (522/528) Mythic+: Neltharus
Ring #1 Circle of Ascended Frost Icon Circle of Ascended Frost (522/528) Mythic+: Halls of Infusion
Ring #2 Thunderous Downburst Ring Icon Thunderous Downburst Ring (522/528) Mythic+: The Nokhud Offensive
Trinket #1 Blazebinder's Hoof Icon Blazebinder's Hoof (522/528) Mythic+: Ruby Life Pools
Trinket #2 Idol of Trampling Hooves Icon Idol of Trampling Hooves (522/528) Mythic+: The Nokhud Offensive
4.

Embellishment Recommendations for Blood Death Knight

Embellishments are additional item effects present on profession gear, either as a baseline (such as Elemental Lariat Icon Elemental Lariat) or added as an optional reagent when crafting (such as Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch). These grant a free, additional effect to the piece.

You may only have two embellishments active at a time.

4.1.

Best Embellishments for Blood Death Knight for Raiding

For Blood Death Knights vying to perform optimally in Season 4 raiding, we recommend the following embellished pieces:

  1. As your first craft of the season, craft a Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl Icon Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl and embellish it with Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch.
  2. For your second craft of the season, craft Primal Molten Vambraces Icon Primal Molten Vambraces and embellish them with Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch.

Alchemical Flavor Pocket Icon Alchemical Flavor Pocket can be added to crafted items and does not count as an embellishment.

4.2.

Best Embellishments for Blood Death Knight for Mythic+

For Blood Death Knights vying to perform optimally in Mythic+ and wanting to focus on AoE damage instead of priority damage, we instead recommend the following:

  1. As your first craft of the season, craft a Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl Icon Vibrant Wildercloth Shawl and embellish it with Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch Icon Shadowflame-Tempered Armor Patch.
  2. As your second craft of the season, craft Allied Wristguard of Companionship Icon Allied Wristguard of Companionship.

Alchemical Flavor Pocket Icon Alchemical Flavor Pocket can be added to crafted items and does not count as an embellishment.

5.

Blood Death Knight Tier Set - Risen Nightmare's Gravemantle

With the launch of Season 4, Blood Death Knights will be able to don the bonuses from Lingering Phantom's Encasement (Season 2 bonus) but with the appearance and name of Risen Nightmare's Gravemantle (Season 3). As usual, Head, Shoulders, Chest, Gloves and Legs provide the following set bonus:

  • Death Knight Blood 10.1 Class Set 2pc Icon Death Knight Blood 10.1 Class Set 2pcHeart Strike Icon Heart Strike and Blood Boil Icon Blood Boil deal 20% increased damage and have a 10% chance to grant Vampiric Blood Icon Vampiric Blood for 5 sec.
  • Death Knight Blood 10.1 Class Set 4pc Icon Death Knight Blood 10.1 Class Set 4pc — When you would gain Vampiric Blood Icon Vampiric Blood you are infused with Vampiric Strength Icon Vampiric Strength, granting you 10% Strength for 5 sec. Your Heart Strike Icon Heart Strike and Blood Boil Icon Blood Boil extend the duration of Vampiric Strength Icon Vampiric Strength by 0.5 sec.

As of the time of writing you should aim to get the Head and Chest as soon as possible and equip 2-piece from Season 4 and Myth 4/4 2-piece from Season 3, as this works out to be the best defensive and offensive gain.

The 2-piece bonus essentially just gives you more damage for two key rotational abilities. The chance to trigger Vampiric Blood Icon Vampiric Blood for 5 seconds is largely superfluous as it will not have any real impact on your decision-making and is just a nice bonus when it triggers.

The 4-piece bonus turns Vampiric Blood Icon Vampiric Blood into a DPS cooldown. Vampiric Strength Icon Vampiric Strength triggers both when you cast Vampiric Blood Icon Vampiric Blood and when you get a 2-piece proc.

6.

PvP Gear Recommendations for Blood Death Knight

Obtaining gear from rated PvP can be a powerful boost to your item level early in the season.

All of these items have Versatility on them.

If you are wanting to obtain PvP gear, we would advise doing Solo Shuffle as Frost.

7.

Trinket Recommendations for Blood Death Knight

Season 4 brings back all of the raids in Dragonflight and the 8 Dragonflight dungeons for Mythic+. Blood Death Knights get to re-discover a wide array of trinkets with different effects.

We strongly recommend using trinkets that suit the encounter at hand. For instance, if you are not able to line up a defensive trinket with a mechanic, or flat-out do not need it, pick a generic trinket instead!

7.1.

General Purpose Trinkets

Caveat: All trinkets with a primary stat budget (Strength) or a secondary stat have defensive value. In fact, the bulk of any trinket's defensive value is in the Strength they have, as this provides armor and a noticeable amount of parry rating.

Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch is the trinket of the season. An old favorite returns with new functionality. You can now move whilst channeling the trinket. This trinket provides a very large amount of priority damage and has a small chance to cleave to nearby enemies. Furthermore, the cooldown is reduced by 90 seconds if someone in your team dies, making it that much more impactful for raid progression scenarios, as the tank will be the last one alive most of the time.

Cataclysmic Signet Brand Icon Cataclysmic Signet Brand is by far one of the most potent trinkets acquired in Amirdrassil, both for single-target and AoE. All of your direct damage abilities have a chance to apply a very potent damage over time effect to your target and grants you a stack of Firestarter Icon Firestarter. Each application of Firestarter Icon Firestarter increases the damage of the DoT by 2.5%, stacking up to a maximum of 15 times. Above 5 stacks, this DoT also deals 50% of its damage to you (this is irrelevant in practice - effectively, more fuel for Death Strike Icon Death Strike). At 15 stacks, all enemies within 8 yards of the DoTted target also take 10% of the damage from the DoT, split between them. Every 5 seconds spent not in combat causes a stack of Firestarter Icon Firestarter to fade, with all stacks fading after 15 seconds.
In raid, this is a completely fire-and-forget trinket. In Mythic+, its behavior is similar to Elementium Pocket Anvil Icon Elementium Pocket Anvil, where you have a very strong incentive to stay in combat for as much as possible. Similar to last season, you can use Worn Doll Icon Worn Doll to spawn an attackable NPC that you can then hit to force yourself in combat and prevent the stacks from decaying for 6 seconds.

Augury of the Primal Flame Icon Augury of the Primal Flame, the Very Rare DPS trinket from Fyrakk, simply grants you a chance to deal bonus damage to your target with every critical strike. It sounds boring, but it is very potent, with its 10 bonus item level compared to the competition taking it one step further.

Storm-Eater's Boon Icon Storm-Eater's Boon drops from Dathea returns and is one of two trinkets with uncapped AoE damage (the other being All-Totem of the Master Icon All-Totem of the Master). After activating the trinket, you will be rooted for 10 seconds and pulse damage around yourself. Timing the use of this trinket well is an essential requirement, as if you do not consider the next 10 seconds of the encounter, you may find yourself dying to otherwise avoidable damage.

Elementium Pocket Anvil Icon Elementium Pocket Anvil adds a chance for your Heart Strike Icon Heart Strike to deal additional damage. The on-use aspect of this trinket boosts the damage from this proc up, and this additional damage buff can stack up to 5 times. The buff from the on-use effect will fade when you leave combat, and you have 15 seconds to keep the buff up.

Branch of the Tormented Ancient Icon Branch of the Tormented Ancient allows you to tether yourself to a target, which slows you by 15% per root, with 4 roots total. This works out to a 30% slow thanks to the passive effect from Death's Advance Icon Death's Advance. Every direct damage ability damaging a rooted target deals a large amount of shadowflame damage, split between all nearby targets.

Coiled Serpent Idol Icon Coiled Serpent Idol is a completely passive trinket that spawns hydras that then damage your current target for 10 seconds. The targets have to be within 20 yards of the hydra for it to deal damage, and it will pick any target nearby if it cannot hit the target it was spawned on. If the target it picked dies, the hydra AoEs instead.

Gift of Ursine Vengeance Icon Gift of Ursine Vengeance is probably the most interesting trinket from Amirdrassil. It is completely useless in raid. Every time somebody near you takes direct damage, you gain a stack of Rising Rage Icon Rising Rage up to once every 3 seconds. This grants you a decent amount of Strength.
When you reach 30 stacks, these are converted into Fury of Urctos Icon Fury of Urctos, causing you to lash out at any target within 8 stacks that damages you and regenerating a small amount of health every second while this effect persists. The counterattack proc has a 0.1s internal cooldown, allowing you to deal a significant amount of damage in AoE with this. The Strength gained from the primary effect is also very good, particularly as, unlike most stacking primary stat budget trinkets, this one also comes with a full primary stat budget.

Season 4 also bring a number of stat stick trinkets. Rather than endlessly copying descriptions, we have instead created a table to represent what they do:

Trinket Stat Cooldown Notes
Pip's Emerald Friendship Badge Icon Pip's Emerald Friendship Badge Cycling between all secondaries Passive Cycles every 12 seconds between secondaries and decays for 12 seconds thereafter.
Ominous Chromatic Essence Icon Ominous Chromatic Essence A secondary stat of your choice Passive Buffs you and all other users of this trinket
Whispering Incarnate Icon Icon Whispering Incarnate Icon Versatility Passive Buffs you and all other users of this trinket. The loss for yourself is larger than the gain to an entire party. In a raid, you should consider trying to scam your co-tank if they are not a Blood Death Knight, as Blood is the worst possible Icon buff bot.
7.2.

Defensive Trinkets

Season 4 brings back a few additional defensive trinkets to the mix. Most of them either have a very concrete (but niche) use case or deal enough damage to be considered hybrid. We have listed them here, along with their use case

Trinket Use case Notes
Fyrakk's Tainted Rageheart Icon Fyrakk's Tainted Rageheart Shield every 1min30 Deals a high amount of damage to targets when used. You have a very strong incentive not to delay using this trinket. It is worth noting that if you do not need the shield, it is not worth using this trinket.
Ward of Faceless Ire Icon Ward of Faceless Ire Shidld every 1min and usable on anyone This trinket has seen some changes since the last time it was available in Season 2 and is in a now much more usable state. The cooldown got reduced from 2 minutes to 1 minute, however the absorb has been lowered. Overall this buffed the trinket in usability as you can rotate the effect in your cooldown plan more effectively.
Treemouth's Festering Splinter Icon Treemouth's Festering Splinter Shield every 1min30 A worse version of the above two trinkets./td>
Prophetic Stonescales Icon Prophetic Stonescales A second cheat death? In Season 4, this trinket is only available from Mythic0 and has an item level ceiling of 515. If for some obscure reason, you think Purgatory Icon Purgatory isn't enough, you can waste a trinket slot on this. This procs before Purgatory Icon Purgatory and does not actually protect you from everything the way Purgatory Icon Purgatory does, along with costing you a trinket slot in a season crammed full with amazing trinkets.
8.

Best Gear To Spend Bullions On For Blood Death Knight

Season 4 offers a way to target specific, powerful items with the new Antique Bronze Bullion Icon Antique Bronze Bullion. This list will focus on the items that will be the hardest for a Blood Death Knight to obtain.

  1. Scale of Awakening Icon Scale of Awakening - To upgrade Fyr'alath the Dreamrender Icon Fyr'alath the Dreamrender as soon as possible!
  2. Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen - This ring is desired by pretty much every class in game.
  3. Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch - This trinket will be desired by all Str/Agi specs.
  4. Storm-Eater's Boon Icon Storm-Eater's Boon (M+) / Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty (Raid) - Once again highly contested items
9.

Flightstone Upgrades

Dragonflight Season 4 continues the same trend of item level upgrading which started in Season 2. They can also upgrade Crafted Gear up to iLvl 525, which is late-Mythic Item Level.

For more information on the new Gear Upgrades system, check out our dedicated page for it below.

As with Valor, the cost to upgrade scales differs per slot but now also increases quickly as item levels go up.

We recommend upgrading with the following priority list:

  • Upgrade your crafted items (Bracer/Cloak).
  • Upgrade your lowest item level slots or use a Raidbots Droptimiser sim to evaluate what to upgrade next.
  • If you do not have Fyr'alath the Dreamrender Icon Fyr'alath the Dreamrender yet, upgrade your weapon with any spare crests.
9.1.

Enchants and Sockets

Once you have obtained a piece of gear containing a prismatic socket or needing to be enchanted, you will need to know how to modify it. Details about these tweaks can be found on our dedicated gems, enchants, and consumables page.

A new helm enchant was added with the launch of Amirdrassil. Don't forget to complete the raid-only quest to unlock access to Incandescent Essence Icon Incandescent Essence!

10.

Changelog

  • 07 May 2024: Reviewed for 10.2.7.
  • 22 Apr. 2024: Prepared for Season 4. Contains new BiS with all the S4 gear, cantrips, trinkets, bullions etc.
  • 19 Mar. 2024: Reviewed for Patch 10.2.6.
  • 15 Jan. 2024: Clarifying BiS lists, removing crafted from M+/raid tables.
  • 03 Jan. 2024: Removing tuning disclaimers, adding Fyr'alath.
  • 27 Nov. 2023: Adding in murozond's rise/galakrond's fall separate links.
  • 07 Nov. 2023: Sporecloak got taken out back, so we update that.
  • 06 Nov. 2023: Prepared for 10.2, all trinkets are in, all gear sets are in.
  • 04 Sep. 2023: New format - and some clarifications + BiS lists for 10.1.7!
  • 10 Jul. 2023: Added 10.1.5 info about mega dungeon and open world trinkets.
  • 24 May 2023: Added timewalking section.
  • 01 May 2023: Updated for Season 2 launch. Moved Onyx Annulet section to the bottom of the page (It's still good for damage!)
  • 20 Mar. 2023: Added Onyx Annulet and clarified its use in content.
  • 24 Jan. 2023: Reviewed for Patch 10.0.5.
  • 11 Dec. 2022: Updated for Season 1 launch.
  • 28 Nov. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight launch.
  • 25 Oct. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight pre-patch.
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