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WoW Dragonflight Season 4 Tier List: DPS, Healer, Tank Ranking

4/1/2024 12:08:24 PM

World of Warcraft Dragonflight Season 4 is on the horizon, and the community has been fervently discussing which classes and specs will dominate the meta. Here is our prediction of WoW Dragonflight Season 4 tier list for DPS, Tank, and Healer specs, along with explanations for their rankings.


WoW Dragonflight Season 4 DPS, Healer, Tank Tier List (M+ & PvP)

As World of Warcraft: Dragonflight Season 4 approaches, players are eagerly anticipating the changes and challenges that await them. With new dungeons, set bonuses, and talent adjustments on the horizon, it's crucial to understand which classes and specializations are poised to excel in the upcoming content. So, let's take a closer look at the top contenders for each role and explore what makes them stand out in the competitive landscape of WoW Dragonflight Season 4.


WoW Dragonflight Season 4 DPS Spec Ranking

Here is our prediction for the DPS Dragonflight Season 4 Tier List:

  • 1. Fire Mage (S-Tier)

Returning to an overpowered set in Season 4, expected to dominate in both AoE and single-target scenarios.

  • 2. Shadow Priest (S-Tier)

Significant buffs and a return to an overpowered set place them at the top alongside Fire Mage.

  • 3. Fury Warrior (S-Tier)

Strong AoE capabilities, though a lack of utility keeps them from S Tier, suitable for dungeons.

  • 4. Arms Warrior (A-Tier)

Season one power level with strong AoE cleave build and buffs make it reliable for AoE damage.

  • 5. Balance Druid (A-Tier)

Strong AoE and decent defenses, but not quite at the level of Arms Warrior.

  • 6. Augmentation Evoker (A-Tier)

Despite the nerfs, still considered strong due to synergy with top-tier specs like Fire Mage and Shadow Priest.

  • 7. Outlaw Rogue (A-Tier)

Strong in AoE situations, likely to be a popular choice in many dungeon compositions.

  • 8. Destruction Warlock (A-Tier)

Good AoE and single-target damage with utility like Combat Resurrection and healthstones.

  • 9. Demonology Warlock (A-Tier)

Similar to Destruction but expected to be slightly ahead due to its performance, landing them in A-Tier.

  • 10. Retribution Paladin (A-Tier)

Brings a mix of solid AoE damage, survivability, and utility with spells like Blessing of Protection and Freedom.

  • 11. Havoc Demon Hunter (A-Tier)

Decent performance, but overshadowed by Vengeance Demon Hunters. Offers good AoE and survivability.

  • 10. Subtlety Rogue (A-Tier)

Good performance in the current season, but not as strong as Outlaw. Still a high-tier pick.

  • 11. Arcane Mages  (B-Tier)

Receice  an increase in Clearcasting duration to 20 seconds and a 15% damage increase. These changes are expected to improve the flow and performance of Arcane Mages in PvP.

  • 12. Windwalker Monk (B-Tier)

Struggles with defensive capabilities but offers some utility like poison cleansing, they're placed in B-Tier.

  • 13. Beast Mastery Hunter (B-Tier)

A glass cannon that delivers immense damage but lacks survival capabilities, so their survivability issues land them in B-Tier.

  • 14. Assassination Rogue (B-Tier)

Consistent damage output but overshadowed by Outlaw and Subtlety in terms of AoE.

  • 15. Unholy Death Knight (B-Tier)

Despite being underrated, survivability issues confine them to B-Tier.

  • 16. Enhancement Shaman (B-Tier)

Not outstanding in AoE or single-target damage, falling behind other damage dealers.

  • 17. Frost Mage (B-Tier)

Provides significant crowd control and burst for single targets but lacks overall compared to other specs.

  • 18. Survival Hunter (C-Tier)

Deals increased damage but still falls short compared to Beast Mastery.

  • 19. Marksman Hunter (C-Tier)

Slightly better than Survival Hunter but still doesn't excel in damage or utility, landing them in C-Tier.

  • 20. Frost Death Knight (C-Tier)

Lacking in comparison to other damage dealers, though it has some survivability, they're placed in C-Tier.

  • 21. Devastation Evoker (C-Tier)

Lacks the utility and performance to justify selection over other specs.

  • 22. Elemental Shaman (C-Tier)

Not outstanding in AoE or single-target damage, falling behind other damage dealers.

  • 23. Marksmanship Hunter (C-Tier)

Very high burst damage, especially in AoE situations. But still low in boss damage, and rank on low place.

  • 24. Shadow Priest (C-Tier)

Neglected and outperformed by other healing specs, limiting its viability.

  • 25. Feral Druid (C-Tier)

Underperforming for the majority of the season may be slightly better in certain scenarios.

  • 26. Affliction Warlock (D-Tier)

Consistently underperforming throughout the expansion and offers less than Destruction or Demonology.

The tier list for WoW Dragonflight Season 4 DPS classes is a speculative forecast based on past performance, recent class changes, buffs, and expected dungeon meta. It considers utility, popularity, synergies with other classes, and personal gameplay experiences. Fire Mages and Shadow Priests sit at the top due to powerful tier sets, while classes like Fury Warrior and Arms Warrior are also expected to excel in AoE situations. Other classes like Windwalker Monks and Beast Mastery Hunters find themselves in the middle tiers, with Affliction Warlocks lagging due to poor past performance. This tier list serves as a subjective guide and may evolve as the season progresses and the meta solidifies.


WoW Dragonflight Season 4 Healer Ranking

Here are our predictions for World of Warcraft Dragonflight Season 4 healer tier list for Mythic Plus and PvP, the rankings are as follows:

  • 1. Restoration Shaman (S-Tier)

Has been climbing the ranks and with the return of its Season 1 tier set, it's expected to perform very well.

  • 2. Mistweaver Monk (A-Tier)

Despite nerfs, they're expected to remain dominant with upcoming buffs and new talents. Although currently considered one of the best healers, it's predicted to see a drop in popularity which may affect its ranking.

  • 3. Holy Priest (A-Tier)

Expected to rise to the top due to significant improvements in healing output and damage capabilities. With these buffs, they might improve into A-Tier.

  • 4. Restoration Druid (A-Tier)

Currently very popular and the highest in IO, expected to continue performing well with strong throughput and damage. Often underestimated, they're expected to shine in the right hands and are placed in low A-Tier.

  • 5. Discipline Priest (A-Tier)

Predicted to remain strong but may see a slight decrease in popularity as players may gravitate towards Holy Priest. With a solid healing and utility profile, they're placed in low A-Tier.

  • 6. Holy Paladin (B-Tier)

Following significant changes, they have potential but are not expected to outperform other healers. Despite its utility, it may not compete with the throughput of other healers and is expected to be in the mid-tier.

  • 7. Preservation Evoker (C-Tier)

Due to their healing mechanics and the upcoming dungeon profiles, they're placed below Holy Paladin. The tier set and dungeon mechanics expected in Season 4 may not favor this spec, leading to a lower ranking.

Deflect emphasizes that while these are predictions based on current data and expectations for Season 4, player preference and enjoyment should be the primary factor in choosing a class and spec. Rankings can change based on actual gameplay and the meta as it evolves throughout the season.


WoW Dragonflight Season 4 Tank Ranking

The tank spec predictions for WoW Dragonflight Season 4 are as follows:

  • 1. Guardian Druid (S-Tier)

With the return of their Season 2 tier set and their dominance during that season, Guardian Druids are projected to be the top tank spec in Season 4. They are expected to excel in the upcoming dungeon pool, particularly in those dungeons that don't require extensive crowd control.

  • 2. Blood Death Knight (A-Tier)

Despite the odd choice of the Season 2 tier set, Blood DKs are expected to perform well and improve towards the end of the season. They may not be in the top 200 keys run but are still considered A-Tier due to their high key performance.

  • 3. Protection Paladin (A-Tier)

Returning with their Season 1 tier set, which saw them dominate at the time, Pro Paladins are anticipated to perform very well and are placed in A-Tier, just below S-Tier.

  • 4. Vengeance Demon Hunter (B-Tier)

Despite owning a significant portion of the top runs in Season 3, the predicted meta shift away from heavy CC requirements might slightly hinder DHs, placing them at the top of B-Tier.

  • 5. Protection Warrior (B-Tier)

Gaining their Season 3 tier set and showing decent performance, Pro Warriors are placed in high B-Tier but aren’t expected to bring as much to the table as higher-tier tanks.

  • 6. Brewmaster Monk (B-Tier)

Sadly predicted to be the least effective tank spec in Season 4, falling into the bottom B-Tier. They are getting the current season's tier set, which isn't bad, but they slightly lag behind others.

The predictions take into account the tier sets that each tank spec will be receiving and their historical performance in previous seasons, especially in higher-level keys. It should be noted that these predictions are speculative and based on the current understanding of the upcoming season's meta. Player skill, balance changes, and the actual dungeon experiences could shift these rankings as the season progresses.


The tier lists for WoW Dragonflight Season 4 suggest a balance between speculation and past performance. Classes like Fire Mage and Shadow Priest are expected to dominate with their S-Tier placement, while others like Affliction Warlock and Holy Priest may struggle in lower tiers. Remember, these tier placements are subject to change as the season unfolds and players get to grips with the actual performance of each spec. The list is a starting point for discussion and may evolve over time.

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