Dragonflight 10.1 M+ Tier List (Updated) (2023)

Blizzard brought more problems and more evil bosses in World of Warcraft Dragonflight Mythic+. Now almost at the end of the first week of Mythic+, it's time to take a look at exactly how Mythic plus has played out this first week. Check out our updated Dragonflight 10.1 M+ tanks healers melee and ranged DPS level list and rankings!

WOW Dragonflight 10.1 M+ Tier List & Ranking - Best Tanks, Healers, Melee & Ranged DPS in Season 2

We're going to see which specs have been included in Mythic+ that have gone well, that have been popular, or what kind of meta we can see taking place in this new season. We can make the usual disclaimers. For many of these specifications, the majority of players do not have a two-piece set bonus, and even more. So they don't have a four piece set bonus. so things will still change a lot based on the power players will get from the level. In the first week, these are the results of the Dragonflight Season 2 Mythic+ level list.

Dragonflight 10.1 Tank Level List M+

All levels

1.Paladin (39.5%)

2. Warrior (15.8%)

3. Death Knight (14.8%)

4. Demon Hunter (10.5%)

5. Druid (10.1%)

6. Monk (9.2%)

Starting with the tanks because the tanks are the least impressive in the sense that we knew this was going to happen. We have Protection Paladin grabbing attention in Dragonflight Season 2 Mythic+ tier list from all key levels. Even with players much less interested in pushing very high keys, even with players much less interested in being highly competitive in Mythic plus, we still see from week one that almost 40% of all tanks in the Protection class being Paladins. That is already quite a jump and the very heavy start leans towards Prot Paladin. This is the situation at all major levels.

Level 20 and above

1.Paladin (48.5%)

2. Death Knight (17.9%)

3.Monk (11.7%)

4. Demon Hunter (9%)

5. Warrior (7.5%)

Once you start going into the higher keys, plus 20 keys, Protection Paladin jumps to almost 50%. So almost half of the tanks you will find at that level will be Protection Paladin. Blood DK is the second most popular, this was also expected. Perhaps less expected is that Brewmaster Monk also ranks pretty high on this Dragonflight 10.1 M+ tank level list. Because given the buffs given pre-patch and the power of the tier sets, we assumed Vengeance Demon Hunter was pretty good. But for now, Mistweaver Monk is the right choice as the third tank, a much bigger trap of Protection Warrior that had a very powerful start in season 1. Now it's actually fighting not to be the last under Guardian Druid.

Dragonflight 10.1 Healers Level List M+

(Video) 10.1 Mythic Plus DPS Tier List | Season 2 M+ Updated | w Dratnos & Tettles - Wowhead

All levels

1. Shaman (22.5%)

2. Druid (22.0%)

3. Priest (14.1% 11.2%)

4. Caller (13.1%)

5. Priest (11.2%)

6.Paladin (10.6%)

7.Monk (6.5%)

The sad ending for healers isn't nearly as bad for Preservation Evoker. They started off the same way as Protection Warrior as the dominant pick in Season 1. You can see there's a change on all major levels. Now it is split between Restoration Shaman and Restoration Druid. They basically replicate the Season 1 situation, except Shaman has taken Evoker's place. Now Evoker is in the average third Dragonflight season 2 best tank option alongside Discipline Priest. This situation gets a bit more skewed once you get to the high-key level.

Level 20 and above

1. Shaman (27.4%)

2.Druids (18.6%)

3. Caller (14.8%)

4.Paladin (13.0%)

5. Priest (13.7% 9.8%)

6. Priest (9.8%)

7.Monk (3.6%)

We still have Restoration Shaman first and Druid second on this Dragonflight Season 2 M+ Healer list, but the Gap is bigger. Shaman is more common. Third place remains for Evoker, they currently hold above Discipline and above Holy Paladin. Meanwhile, of course, Mistweaver Monk lies dead in the water as usual. Mistweaver Monkhas received about 74 buffs. Before the release of the season, they also got buffs for the level and no one cares because no one is playing Mistweaver Monk right now. It will be interesting to see between the more played specs like Shaman, Druid, Evoker, Discipline and even Holy Paladin how things will move once the specs level up. Especially those who are not very high at the moment, but who do have a stronger rank than their opponents.

Dragonflight 10.1 Melee DPS-niveaulijst M+

All levels

(Video) IT’S TIME! 10.1 Melee Tier List for M+

1.Paladin (25.1%)

2. Warrior (12.2%)

3. Demon Hunter (12.0%)

4. Shaman (6.3%)

5.Monk (7.4%)

6. Villain (7.3%)

7. Death Knight (6.3%)

8. Warrior (5.7%)

9.Druids (4.8%)

10. Jager (2,4%)

11. Death Knight (2,1%)

12. Villain (1.4%)

Ret Paladin is way ahead of the largest and most played spec of all major levels. Pet Paladin is the highest popularity of a single spec in the melee DPS category at the start of a season, at 25, one-fourth of all picks. When you have 13 different specs at your disposal and you have 25% of the share if a single spec is huge. All major levels are when the more casual players the more non-regular Mythic plus players join and Ret Paladin is still so popular at that level.

Level 20 and above

1.Paladin (20.2%)

2. Villain (16.1%)

3. Demon Hunter (14.4%)

4. Warrior (12.9%)

5. Shaman (10.0%)

6.Monk (8.2%)

(Video) 10.1 Ranged DPS Tier List

7. Death Knight (5.5%)

8. Villain (5.2%)

9.Druids (3.3%)

10. Warrior (2.4%)

11. Jager (1,1%)

12. Villain (0.5%)

13. Death Knight (0,3%)

The situation becomes a bit more balanced once we get into the actual competitive side of meeting 20 plus keys. You can see that Retribution Paladin is still the most popular, but there are plenty of other melee specs that are now more valuable. You have Fury, Subtlety, Enhancement, and Havoc Demon Hunter as options in Mythic+. You need a bloodlust in your Paladin and right now Survival is super dead so you don't get a bloodlust from Survival. Enhancement Shaman is currently behind four other specs to be part of a group. So right now you are a source of bloodlust that still rests on your healer.

Dragonflight 10.1 Ranged DPS-niveaulijst M+

All levels

1. Jager (14,3%)

2. Priest (14.2%)

3. Wizard (11.4%)

4. Jager (11,2%)

5. Wizard (9.8%)

6.Caller (9.5%)

7. Magician (8.2%)

8. Druid (8.0%)

9. Shaman (5.1%)

10. Magician (4.8%)

(Video) updated Mythic Plus DPS Tier List | M+ WoW Dragonflight

11. Magician (2.2%)

12. Wizard (1.2%)

Dragonflight 10.1 M+ Range DPS Ranking is most similar to Season 1 as we have very popular Hunters as usual, but also a very popular buffed Shadow Priest. Even after the rework that has angered a few Shadow Priest players because the spec hasn't really gotten any more powerful or better or smoother to play, but it still works just fine. We also have Warlocks, Destruction and Demo that are doing very well, as well as a decent presence of balance, as well as Devastation Evoker and Frost Mage. There are several options available for the DPS series at all major levels.

Level 20 and above

1st Priest (18.7%)

2. Wizard (15.9%)

3. Druids (12.2%)

4. Jager (12,0%)

5. Caller (8.8%)

6. Wizard (8.1%)

7. magician (7.8%)

8. magician (5.4%)

9. Mage (4.3%)

10. Jager (3,6%)

11. Shaman (3.0%)

12. Wizard (0.1%)

As you level things up to be more competitive, Beast Mastery's popularity drops in favor of Marksmanship. Shadow Priest becomes even more relevant in high keys. All Mages fall across all major levels, while Destruction Warlock gains even more. Now Destruction tries to bridge the gap with both Shadow Priest and Balanced Druid winning a little more and Devastation is more or less the same as before. Back to the original problem of bloodlust in your group, Survival won't give you bloodlust. Enhancement Shaman also won't be part of too many bloodthirsty groups. Elemental shaman, of course, is dead in the water. Mages aren't nearly as popular, and Devastation Evoker lags behind at least three other specs. So the only possible spec here is to give you bloodlust at a pretty infuriating price, which is Marksmanship Hunter who has to pull back his pet to do it.

Tier Set Bonuses for Dragonflight Season 2

All specs get their four piece set bonus from Season 2. When it comes to tanks, nothing should really change the power value of the tanks. Protection Paladin should still be easy at first.

When it comes to healers, it's a bit harder to gauge. As we mentioned, there are much more powerful tier sets than the tier set Restoration Shaman will get. Restoration Shaman generally has one of the weakest of the ranges, so the other healers are more likely to gain power. If they stay closed by not being bloodthirsty, that really won't change too much.

(Video) UH OH! 10.1 Ranged DPS Tier List for M+

As for the melee DPS. The first in line is Ret Paladin and Ret Paladin's tier set gain from switching your Season 1 tier set to your Season 2 tier set is negligible. It's actually a few percent increase in damage, so it doesn't really get stronger than this. However, it's not like the other specs gain that much more power. The only one that grows somewhat possibly is Fury, as Fury has the best four piece set bonus of any currently powerful DPS spec in M+. Unholy Death Knight is good but there's a problem, Unholy is currently well below the rest of the picks and it's also a better choice for raid for coordinated big burst cooldowns occasionally and not nearly as valuable in Mythic plus. So the melee DPS shouldn't change too much either.

When it comes to the DPS range, number one right now is Shadow Priest, and the Shadow Priest four-tier tier bonus is average. It's decent on its own, but compared to the season one set they're replacing, it's hardly a damage gain. Meanwhile, there are other specs that actually take a significant amount of damage from their four piece set bonus, even replacing their own older set bonus. Number one Demonology Warlock gets quite stronger once they get their hands on the foursome. Balanced Druid will also become stronger than Shadow Priest once they receive their tier set bonus. You have Arcane Mage getting stronger and finally one of the bigger gains will be for Devastation Evoker. All of these specs will take 3-6% more damage than Shadow Priest in the coming weeks when they get their tier set bonuses. So that's what could change in the near future.


What is a good mythic rating Dragonflight? ›

Well, for Dragonflight Mythic Season 2 a good start will be at least 398 item level. Of course, the more the better, but having 398 ilvl gear as a damage dealer should be enough for Keystone Levels from +2 to +5. Healers and tanks, however, are required to have 402+ item level for obvious reasons.

What is good DPS for M+? ›

DPS Tier List for Season 2 of Mythic+ in Dragonflight
  • Devastation Evoker (S-Tier)
  • Balance Druid (S-Tier)
  • Shadow Priest (S-Tier)
  • Fire Mage (S-Tier)
  • Subtlety Rogue (S-Tier)
  • Destruction Warlock (A-Tier)
  • Enhancement Shaman (A-Tier)
  • Fury Warrior (A-Tier)

What is the top DPS in Dragonflight? ›

Patch 10.1 Dragonflight DPS Rankings and Explanations
  • Demonology Warlock (S Tier)
  • Destruction Warlock (S Tier)
  • Devastation Evoker (A Tier)
  • Marksmanship Hunter (A Tier)
  • Arcane Mage (A Tier)
  • Enhancement Shaman (A Tier)
  • Subtlety Rogue (A Tier)
  • Arms Warrior (A Tier)
May 19, 2023

What is the easiest mythic plus spec Dragonflight? ›

1) Shadowmoon Burial Grounds

With only four bosses, Shadowmoon Burial Grounds is perhaps the absolute easiest Mythic+ dungeon you could tackle in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight. Mostly, it's a straightforward dungeon, but you want to bring a group of players with interrupt abilities.

What do you get for 2500 mythic rating? ›

Shadowlands Keystone Master: Season Three - Attain a Mythic+ Rating of at least 2500 during Shadowlands Season Three. Shadowlands Keystone Master: Season Two). The achievement will reward the Wastewarped Deathwalker mount! Other Keystone achievements changed as well.

What is the 0.1% mythic plus title? ›

0.1% of 1.5M players means it's required to be in the top 1500 of EU servers to have the title. At the time of writing ,this means a score of 3150+ according to the current EU scores.

What is the most op class in Dragonflight? ›

What class is top DPS in WoW? As you can see in our Dragonflight DPS tier list, for now top DPS classes are Havoc Demon Hunters and Demonology Warlocks.

What level do Evokers start at? ›

In World of Warcraft: Dragonflight, the Dracthyr Evoker begins at level 58 in a unique starting zone called The Forbidden Reach. After completing the introductory quest line they are sent to their chosen faction's main city, much like the Pandaren before them. Here's how players can make the most of this new class.

What is the least played class in Dragonflight? ›

This season, Survival Hunter is the least-played spec in Mythic+ runs by a wide margin. In Dragonflight season one, only 38,000 Survival Hunters are playing Mythic+ in WoW. That number is representative of just 0.6 percent of the player base, according to WoW stats site Raider.io.

Can you lose M+ rating? ›

You can lose up to 15 points by being up to 40% slower than the keystone timer. Keystones that are massively over the timer will award 0 score.

What is the best rogue spec for Dragonflight Mythic Plus? ›

Outlaw Rogues are currently the top-ranked rogue spec for both Raids and Mythic+ in the first season of World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.

Which DPS character does the most damage? ›

Hu Tao and Raiden Shogun are considered the best DPS characters in Genshin Impact, as they can trigger multiple elemental reactions with their Pyro and Electro abilities. DPS stands for Damage Per Second, and these characters will be responsible for the majority of damage dealt in your combat rotations.

How fast to level 1 70 Dragonflight? ›

It will take you anywhere from two to 15 hours to reach Level 70 in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight.

What is the highest Mythic+ in Dragonflight? ›

Dragonflight Mythic+ rewards will also cap out all the way at +20, instead of the +15 cap of Shadowlands.

What is a 2000 mythic rating in Dragonflight? ›

What is a Good WoW Mythic Plus Score? It would help if you had a rating of around 2000 or above to join the group of capable players. This rating indicates that you have finished dungeons during the seasonal affix and the hardest affix in Dragonflight Season 1: Tyrannical weeks and Fortified weeks, respectively.

What level should I be for mythic 0 Dragonflight? ›

While there's no item level requirement, it's recommended that you're around 345, if you're going to tackle a Mythic 0. Thankfully, you can easily unlock that item level while doing Heroics since those require a 342. What dungeons are currently available in the current Mythic season in World of Warcraft: Dragonflight?

What level should I be for mythic dungeons Dragonflight? ›

Mythic Zero dungeons drop item level 372 gear, so your item level going into them should be somewhere a bit lower than that. Heroic dungeons drop item level 359 gear, so anywhere in the low-350s to 360s will be perfect for Mythic Zero dungeons.

What is the recommended Ilvl for Mythic+? ›

There is no hard and fast rule for ilvl and M+ level. The general rule of thumb is 10-13 ilvls lower than the rewards. Skill is the biggest determining factor. Think about ilvl as a handicap.


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