Havoc Demon Hunter DPS Gear and Best in Slot — Dragonflight 10.2.7

Last updated on May 07, 2024 at 11:20 by Wordup 58 comments
General Information

On this page, you will find the best gear and best in slot items for your Havoc Demon Hunter in World of Warcraft Dragonflight 10.2.7.

1.

Gearing a Havoc Demon Hunter

Welcome to our Gear and BiS Page for Havoc Demon Hunter for Dragonflight Season 4. Check this page to learn everything you need to know about gearing a Havoc Demon Hunter, including the BiS Gear from all sources, Raiding, and Mythic+, information on the best Trinkets, Tier Sets, and much more.

2.

BiS Gear Guide for Havoc Demon Hunter

Havoc generally aims for the highest item level pieces available, aiming for as much Critical Strike and then Mastery as possible, with some deviations depending on build. The only items that tend not to follow the item level rule is Jewelry, as these have no Agility. Thus, power is weighted more toward ideal secondary stats. Visit our Stats page for more details.

3.

BiS Gear for Havoc Demon Hunter

Overall BiS List Mythic+ Gear BiS List Raid Gear BiS List
4.

BiS List for Havoc Demon Hunter

This list is the ideal DPS setup, including all sources available to us. This includes Crafting, Raids, Mythic+, and even The Great Vault. Therefore, think of this more as an end goal to work toward, as this list provides the most balanced end setup, assuming you have access to everything. All crafts use Draconic Missive of the Peerless Icon Draconic Missive of the Peerless unless otherwise stated.

Slot Item Source/Note
Main Hand Thorncaller Claw Icon Thorncaller Claw (528) The Great Vault / Council of Dreams
Off Hand Stormslash Icon Stormslash (528) The Great Vault / The Nokhud Offensive
Helm Screaming Torchfiend's Burning Scowl Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Burning Scowl (528) Revival Catalyst / The Great Vault
Neck Amulet of Eonar's Chosen Icon Amulet of Eonar's Chosen (528) Mythic Nymue
Shoulder Strigine Epaulets Icon Strigine Epaulets (528) Mythic Council of Dreams
Cloak Voice of the Silent Star Icon Voice of the Silent Star (535) Mythic Sarkareth
Chest Screaming Torchfiend's Binding Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Binding (528) Revival Catalyst / The Great Vault
Bracers Life-Bound Bindings Icon Life-Bound Bindings (525) Crafted by Leatherworking
Gloves Screaming Torchfiend's Grasp Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Grasp (528) Revival Catalyst / The Great Vault
Belt Life-Bound Belt Icon Life-Bound Belt (525) Crafted by Leatherworking
Legs Screaming Torchfiend's Blazewraps Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Blazewraps (528) Revival Catalyst / The Great Vault
Boots Ancient Rotwalkers Icon Ancient Rotwalkers (528) The Great Vault / Brackenhide Hollow
Ring #1 Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen (528) Mythic Eranog
Ring #2 Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty (535) Mythic Broodkeeper Diurna
Trinket #1 Cataclysmic Signet Brand Icon Cataclysmic Signet Brand (528) Mythic Smolderon
Trinket #2 Elementium Pocket Anvil Icon Elementium Pocket Anvil (528) Amalgamation Chamber
Alternative #1 Ashes of the Embersoul Icon Ashes of the Embersoul (528) Mythic Smolderon
Alternative #2 Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch (528) Mythic Broodkeeper Diurna

For our crafted embellishment pieces, Havoc always picks up two off-pieces (generally Belt and Bracers). Due to the high sustain of the spec, it can comfortably use two Blue Silken Lining Icon Blue Silken Lining and maintain a good uptime, taking advantage of the huge additional Mastery.

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Mythic+ Gear BiS List for Havoc Demon Hunter

This list contains the ideal options for each slot available from Mythic+ dungeons added in the Season 4 pool. These are items that are worth target farming if you are looking to gear up a character and have holes in your gear set. This does not include any Raid or Crafted items.

Note: this is not a list for the best gear to wear when doing Mythic+, and instead a list of the best gear available from these dungeons in each respective slot. For that, see the overall list.

Slot Item Source/Note
Weapons Stormslash Icon Stormslash The Nokhud Offensive
Alternatives Dragonscale Ripper Icon Dragonscale Ripper Neltharus
Helm Screaming Torchfiend's Burning Scowl Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Burning Scowl Revival Catalyst
Neck Tuskarr Bone Necklace Icon Tuskarr Bone Necklace Brackenhide Hollow
Shoulder Mantle of Yearned Freedom Icon Mantle of Yearned Freedom The Azure Vault
Cloak Mammoth-Trainer's Drape Icon Mammoth-Trainer's Drape Neltharus
Chest Screaming Torchfiend's Binding Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Binding Revival Catalyst
Bracers Ferocious Hyena Hidebinders Icon Ferocious Hyena Hidebinders Brackenhide Hollow
Gloves Screaming Torchfiend's Grasp Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Grasp Revival Catalyst
Belt Cinch of Forgotten Duty Icon Cinch of Forgotten Duty The Azure Vault
Legs Screaming Torchfiend's Blazewraps Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Blazewraps Revival Catalyst
Boots Ancient Rotwalkers Icon Ancient Rotwalkers Brackenhide Hollow
Ring #1 Platinum Star Band Icon Platinum Star Band Algeth'ar Academy
Ring #2 Scalebane Signet Icon Scalebane Signet Neltharus
Trinket #1 Algeth'ar Puzzle Box Icon Algeth'ar Puzzle Box Algeth'ar Academy
Trinket #2 Erupting Spear Fragment Icon Erupting Spear Fragment Neltharus
Alternative Bottle of Spiraling Winds Icon Bottle of Spiraling Winds The Nokhud Offensive

I cannot stress enough how much weaker Mythic+ trinkets are in this season. As such, if you are not engaging in any Raid content at all it is your top priority to use Season 4 Bronze Bullion to acquire better options instead.

4.

Raid Gear BiS List for Havoc Demon Hunter

This list provides the best item in each slot available within the 3 different Dragonflight raids available in Season 4. This does not include any Crafted pieces.

Note: this is not a list for the best gear to wear when Raiding, and instead a list of the best item available from the current raid in each slot. For that, see the overall list.

Slot Item Source/Note
Main Hand Thorncaller Claw Icon Thorncaller Claw Council of Dreams
Off Hand Rionthus's Bladed Visage Icon Rionthus's Bladed Visage Forgotten Experiments
Helm Screaming Torchfiend's Burning Scowl Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Burning Scowl Revival Catalyst
Neck Amulet of Eonar's Chosen Icon Amulet of Eonar's Chosen Nymue
Shoulder Strigine Epaulets Icon Strigine Epaulets Council of Dreams
Cloak Voice of the Silent Star Icon Voice of the Silent Star Sarkareth
Chest Screaming Torchfiend's Binding Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Binding Revival Catalyst
Bracers Loyal Flametender's Bracers Icon Loyal Flametender's Bracers Broodkeeper Diurna
Gloves Screaming Torchfiend's Grasp Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Grasp Revival Catalyst
Belt Oblivion's Immortal Coil Icon Oblivion's Immortal Coil Sarkareth
Legs Screaming Torchfiend's Blazewraps Icon Screaming Torchfiend's Blazewraps Revival Catalyst
Boots Ice-Climber's Cleats Icon Ice-Climber's Cleats Sennarth
Ring #1 Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen Eranog
Ring #2 Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty Broodkeeper Diurna
Trinket #1 Cataclysmic Signet Brand Icon Cataclysmic Signet Brand Smolderon
Trinket #2 Elementium Pocket Anvil Icon Elementium Pocket Anvil Amalgamation Chamber
Alternative #1 Ashes of the Embersoul Icon Ashes of the Embersoul Smolderon
Alternative #2 Whispering Incarnate Icon Icon Whispering Incarnate Icon The Primal Council
4.

Best Gear To Spend Bullion On For Havoc Demon Hunter

In Dragonflight Season 4, a new currency has been added in the form of Antique Bronze Bullion Icon Antique Bronze Bullion. This allows you to target specific, powerful items that can sometimes be hard to obtain at a special vendor in Valdrakken. Due to some very rare pieces being extremely high value for Havoc in different types of content, we have split recommended purchases into Raid and Mythic+:

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Best Bullion Purchases

Raiding Mythic+
4.1.

Havoc Demon Hunter Bullion Purchases for Raiding

Due to raiding having a higher focus on single-target and throughput, recommendations here lean into dealing as much boss damage as possible. In particular, very rare or unique items that are obtained from the raids are sought after by many specs and as such are more difficult to obtain naturally, so have a higher priority.

High Priority
  1. Thorncaller Claw Icon Thorncaller Claw
  2. Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen
  3. Elementium Pocket Anvil Icon Elementium Pocket Anvil
  4. Cataclysmic Signet Brand Icon Cataclysmic Signet Brand
Nice to Have
  1. Voice of the Silent Star Icon Voice of the Silent Star*
  2. Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch*
  3. Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty*
  4. Augury of the Primal Flame Icon Augury of the Primal Flame*

Picking up a high item level Main Hand is your first priority, and Thorncaller Claw Icon Thorncaller Claw is the only proc option available to Havoc so should be grabbed quickly. Alongside that, Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen provides bonus damage that cannot be obtained elsewhere and is "very rare", so should be purchased too.

For trinket options, Elementium Pocket Anvil Icon Elementium Pocket Anvil and Cataclysmic Signet Brand Icon Cataclysmic Signet Brand is the highest single-target pairing despite their high ramp time due to all of the Haste built into the Havoc kit. Alternatively, Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch can be purchased as a priority tool that can also leverage allied deaths, or Augury of the Primal Flame Icon Augury of the Primal Flame* if you are looking for a more frontloaded consistent option without a ramp time.

Lastly, Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty can provide additional survivability via the absorb shield which makes bosses more comfortable. Conversely, Voice of the Silent Star Icon Voice of the Silent Star comes with a big stamina loss but also a large secondary proc and as such is worth it for pure throughput reasons if you are willing to risk it.

4.1.

Havoc Demon Hunter Bullion Purchases for Mythic+

As Mythic+ has a lot more AoE present, with a higher burden on personal survivability some of the selections are different compared to raiding equivalents. There is also more of a priority on obtaining powerful trinkets, as Mythic+ options this season are relatively weak in comparison.

High Priority
  1. Thorncaller Claw Icon Thorncaller Claw
  2. Ashes of the Embersoul Icon Ashes of the Embersoul
  3. Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen
  4. Pip's Emerald Friendship Badge Icon Pip's Emerald Friendship Badge or Whispering Incarnate Icon Icon Whispering Incarnate Icon
  5. Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty
Nice to Have
  1. Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch*
  2. Storm-Eater's Boon Icon Storm-Eater's Boon*

In Mythic+, while it is more single-target oriented, Thorncaller Claw Icon Thorncaller Claw is still the strongest proc option available so should be picked up as a priority. Seal of Diurna's Chosen Icon Seal of Diurna's Chosen is equally single-target focused, but provides free extra damage so can be picked up as well.

For trinkets, Ashes of the Embersoul Icon Ashes of the Embersoul has no real equivalent as a force multiplier for Metamorphosis Icon Metamorphosis and should be purchased as a priority. The pairing with this is a passive trinket, ideally in either Pip's Emerald Friendship Badge Icon Pip's Emerald Friendship Badge or Whispering Incarnate Icon Icon Whispering Incarnate Icon to work in between your cooldown windows. Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch provides an additional burst tool for priority targets and works even as a double on-use option, while Storm-Eater's Boon Icon Storm-Eater's Boon is a much more niche option that is very dangerous to use, but can provide extreme burst AoE if you plan around it.

Lastly, Seal of Filial Duty Icon Seal of Filial Duty grants additional survival in the form of absorbs which are especially valuable in Mythic+, and Havoc has no shortage of fire damage to activate it. Voice of the Silent Star Icon Voice of the Silent Star on the other hand comes with a big stamina loss which cannot be justified in Mythic+, and should generally be avoided.

4.1.

Enchants and Sockets

If you have a new piece of gear containing prismatic sockets or are eligible to be enchanted, you can find everything you need to pick the best one for the job on our dedicated enchants page below.

5.

"Simming" Yourself as a Havoc Demon Hunter

Throughout this page and elsewhere in our guide, we regularly refer to the importance of simming yourself on Raidbots. This is because every character is unique, and each individual gear piece you have access to can change the overall balance and alter what is best right now for you.

While we do offer generic sim charts for Trinkets and offer recommendations, these are not complete replacements for simming yourself. The only way to truly optimize your character to that degree is by making use of the tools available!

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

6.

Tier Set Bonus for Havoc Demon Hunter in Season 4

The Season 4 set bonus chosen for Havoc Demon Hunters is the same as the Season 3 Amirdrassil set, the Screaming Torchfiend's Brutality. This focuses on Throw Glaive Icon Throw Glaive, and confers the following bonuses:

  • Demon Hunter Havoc 10.2 Class Set 2pc Icon Demon Hunter Havoc 10.2 Class Set 2pc - Your Blade Dance Icon Blade Dance automatically casts Throw Glaive Icon Throw Glaive on your primary target for 100% damage, and each slash has a 50% chance to also Throw Glaive Icon Throw Glaive an enemy for 35% damage.
  • Demon Hunter Havoc 10.2 Class Set 4pc Icon Demon Hunter Havoc 10.2 Class Set 4pc - The Hunt Icon The Hunt damage over time effect lasts 6 seconds longer, and each time you Throw Glaive Icon Throw Glaive, its remaining cooldown is reduced by 2 seconds.

This set locks in a lot of talents to enable it, but it is worth it. Once you have the 4-piece equipped, it requires The Hunt Icon The Hunt and all supporting Throw Glaive Icon Throw Glaive talents to get full value:

  • Master of the Glaive Icon Master of the Glaive / Champion of the Glaive Icon Champion of the Glaive
  • Accelerated Blade Icon Accelerated Blade
  • Furious Throws Icon Furious Throws
  • Serrated Glaive Icon Serrated Glaive
  • Soulscar Icon Soulscar

The primary target throw of Throw Glaive Icon Throw Glaive will consume a charge to deal full damage, and any glaive sent out by Blade Dance Icon Blade Dance will gain the effect of talents taken. This means there is no need to rotationally cast Throw Glaive with the bonus taken, as the procs will naturally consume charges for free when it triggers. It also means you need to plan around a much lower cooldown on The Hunt Icon The Hunt in your cycles when using the 4-piece.

As it can be obtained through all 3 different raids, The Great Vault and the Revival Catalyst, it should be quite easy to acquire the 4-piece bonus early, so it should be prioritized. The bosses within each raid that drop each piece are as follows:

Slot Vault Aberrus Amirdrassil
Helm Raszageth Magmorax Tindral Sageswift
Shoulder Broodkeeper Diurna Echo of Neltharion Smolderon
Chest Kurog Grimtotem Zskarn Nymue
Gloves Dathea Forgotten Experiments Igira the Cruel
Legs Sennarth Rashok Larodar
Omni-Token Raszageth Sarkareth Fyrakk, the Blazing
7.

Best Crafted items for Havoc Demon Hunter

With Dragonflight Professions, you can craft items with customizable stats in nearly all slots with up to Item Level 525. This means that for many non-tier slots, Crafted items are a competitive alternative when gearing quickly or to fill up gaps in your gearset.

If you want to learn more about the Crafting system in general and potentially craft your own items for less Gold, check out our dedicated page below.

8.

Best Havoc Demon Hunter Crafting Order

Crafting Order Crafting Details
8.1.

Best Crafting Order for Havoc Demon Hunter

This is our general recommendation for the best Crafting Order. Due to the high value of Embellishments for Havoc, these come first, followed by the highest value single crafts after. All crafts, unless otherwise stated, use a Draconic Missive of the Peerless Icon Draconic Missive of the Peerless wherever possible. Havoc has two separate options depending on your preference:

  1. Life-Bound Belt Icon Life-Bound Belt using Blue Silken Lining Icon Blue Silken Lining,
  2. Life-Bound Bindings Icon Life-Bound Bindings using Blue Silken Lining Icon Blue Silken Lining,
  3. Signet of Titanic Insight Icon Signet of Titanic Insight (with Alchemical Flavor Pocket Icon Alchemical Flavor Pocket),
  4. Low Item Level Pieces.

You can also consider crafting a weapon early, such as Primal Molten Warglaive Icon Primal Molten Warglaive if you do not expect to get a high item level one quickly.

For Season 4, Blue Silken Lining Icon Blue Silken Lining value has become high enough that it is hard to argue against, especially with Havoc's ability to self-sustain. This has value both in single-target and AoE, so is the recommended embellishment pairing in all content.

8.1.

Havoc Demon Hunter Crafting Details

Embellishments either come set on items as standard or can be added with an optional reagent when crafting the piece. These provide additional bonuses (and in some cases quite large ones) but are limited to two. Due to there being so many options, here we will look at the options available to Havoc:

  1. Blue Silken Lining Icon Blue Silken Lining - This is theoretically the strongest option, using two of them on any selection of crafted pieces. Thanks to Soul Rending Icon Soul Rending, Havoc can realistically keep it is active outside of extreme circumstances.
  2. Toxic Thorn Footwraps Icon Toxic Thorn Footwraps - these deal strong single-target damage and are a consideration if you do not want to worry about Silken Lining uptime.
  3. Toxified Armor Patch Icon Toxified Armor Patch - Due to the above being strong, if you want to invest in the boots rather than Silken Lining due to the Health threshold, then taking this alongside it is ideal.
  4. Undulating Sporecloak Icon Undulating Sporecloak - Grants Versatility while above 70% (which, thanks to Soul Rending Icon Soul Rending, Havoc has an easy time doing). Unfortunately, the values across the board on this item makes it very low value, and as such not worth the craft.
  5. Slimy Expulsion Boots Icon Slimy Expulsion Boots* - these should be avoided, as while they deal competitive damage, the downside of losing Haste makes them a weaker choice.
  6. Elemental Lariat Icon Elemental Lariat* - still competitive with alternatives, but the extra requirement of sockets means that it is not as easy to get consistent value from it early in the season.
  7. Alchemical Flavor Pocket Icon Alchemical Flavor Pocket* - this does not require an Embellishment slot, and as such, is worth using to avoid losing your Well Fed buff should you die.
8.1.

Engineering Specialty Pieces

Another specialty item worth looking at, especially for Mythic+, is the Engineering pieces. The Head (Peripheral Vision Projectors Icon Peripheral Vision Projectors) requires Engineering as your profession, while the Bracers (Needlessly Complex Wristguards Icon Needlessly Complex Wristguards) can be used by anyone and either allow you to use the Tinker: Arclight Vital Correctors Icon Tinker: Arclight Vital Correctors giving you access to a Combat res, which can be game-changing. If you are considering these, avoid crafting Life-Bound Bindings Icon Life-Bound Bindings as your Embellishment piece.

These items also come entirely with one stat, meaning you should craft them with the Razor-Sharp Gear Icon Razor-Sharp Gear for Critical Strike. Non-engineers should also fit this with a Critical Failure Prevention Unit Icon Critical Failure Prevention Unit, while Engineers should use the Calibrated Safety Switch Icon Calibrated Safety Switch.

9.

Trinkets for Havoc Demon Hunter in Season 4

In Season 4, there are a lot of strong options that work for Havoc in different situations. Unfortunately, they all come from raids (or alternatively from spending Antique Bronze Bullion Icon Antique Bronze Bullion) so good ones are at a premium this season:

Trinket Note
Elementium Pocket Anvil Icon Elementium Pocket Anvil While this takes a long time to fully ramp up, it deals significant damage once it does and is the strongest available option for single-target scenarios. It is less valuable in Mythic+ alongside being sometimes difficult to maintain, but it still provides strong boss damage should you achieve that.
Cataclysmic Signet Brand Icon Cataclysmic Signet Brand Deals extremely high single-target damage but takes up to 3 minutes to fully ramp up. While the backlash damage is quite high, surviving through it is fine and definitely worth it. In Mythic+, on the other hand, the unreliability of maintaining it between pulls stop it from being worth using.
Ashes of the Embersoul Icon Ashes of the Embersoul Provides a massive burst of decaying Agility that aligns with every cast of Metamorphosis Icon Metamorphosis. This is easy to play around, and can simply be macrod in for the full benefit. The downside, however does cause a dip in damage, so is mostly for situations where you need to pool damage into a key moment or pull which it does very well if played around properly.
Whispering Incarnate Icon Icon Whispering Incarnate Icon Both this and Ominous Chromatic Essence Icon Ominous Chromatic Essence fit into the same slot as stat-stick options. They are both worth considering, however, to compete with other options available, they ideally need to have all of their secondary conditions met (Tank and Healer using it, or 4 allies with different buffs, respectively). If not, this is a bit weaker, but still a good pickup.
Pip's Emerald Friendship Badge Icon Pip's Emerald Friendship Badge The easiest stat stick option to justify, cycling through stats and providing bursts of additional secondary stats. If you cannot meet the above conditions and are in need of a solid passive trinket, this is the ideal pick, especially in Mythic+ scenarios where there are less players to help meet them.
Manic Grieftorch Icon Manic Grieftorch Deals exceptionally high damage in a quick burst on a 2-minute cooldown, with more frequent uses if allies die. For priority damage, this is unmatched, and is extremely versatile as a tool in both raids and Mythic+, its ceiling however, is a little lower compared to alternatives from a performance standpoint.
9.1.

Trinket Simulations for Havoc Demon Hunter

These are generic simulations from Bloodmallet, giving you a rough overview of strong Havoc Demon Hunter Trinkets. It is not a replacement for simming yourself, but can still offer a quick reference point.

Check out the BiS Lists if you just want to know the best Trinkets from M+ and Raid.

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BiS Trinkets for Havoc Demon Hunter

Single-target Raid Mythic+ AoE
11.

Best Raiding & Single-Target Trinkets for Havoc Demon Hunter

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Best Mythic+ & AoE Trinkets for Havoc Demon Hunter

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Changelog

  • 07 May 2024: Reviewed for 10.2.7.
  • 22 Apr. 2024: Updated for Season 4.
  • 21 Mar. 2024: Slight shuffle of trinket recommendations, but content remains the same for Patch 10.2.6.
  • 15 Jan. 2024: Reviewed for Patch 10.2.5, highlighted Ashes of the Embersoul as an alternative.
  • 27 Nov. 2023: Added Augury to ideal trinkets.
  • 07 Nov. 2023: Updated to remove Sporecloak recommendation, switched to Blue Silk/Toxic Thorn options.
  • 06 Nov. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.2.
  • 04 Sep. 2023: Added BiS lists for Patch 10.1.7 and restructured page.
  • 10 Jul. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.1.5 to clean up Trinket and Crafting sections, and add Dawn of the Infinite items.
  • 25 May 2023: Added Timewalking section, cleaned up original Trinket recommendations.
  • 09 May 2023: Updated for Trinket changes.
  • 01 May 2023: Updated for Patch 10.1 and Season 2 release with new gear recommendations.
  • 24 Mar. 2023: Updated for Primordial Gemstones hotfixes.
  • 22 Mar. 2023: Updated to account for Primordial Gemstone buffs.
  • 20 Mar. 2023: Updated for Patch 10.0.7 with Annulet information.
  • 24 Jan. 2023: Reviewed and updated for Patch 10.0.5.
  • 11 Dec. 2022: Updated to Gear Page Format.
  • 11 Dec. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight Season 1.
  • 28 Nov. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight launch.
  • 24 Oct. 2022: Updated for Dragonflight Pre-Patch.
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