WHU: Class Representation in MoP

Arth at Warcraft Hunters Union: I talked about class representation recently on the Hunting Party Podcast, and I wanted to put some of the numbers up here on the WHU as well.

Basically, with the changes to the class (and others), I wanted to see how we’re doing.  Are we being left out of high-level raids?  Did the changes to minimum range affect our PvP viability?  These questions and more.

In a nutshell, everything is fine.  Hunters are well-represented in some areas, middle of the road or slightly below average in others.  So there’s no cause for alarm.  But let’s take a look at the specifics.  Most of this data was taken from World of Wargraphs, while some anecdotes were pulled from WoW Insider posts that datamined this information.


Here’s the list (level 90 only):

  • Paladins – 11.8%
  • Hunters – 11.3
  • Druids – 10.7
  • Death Knights – 10.4
  • Warriors – 9.8
  • Priests – 9.7
  • Mages – 9.2
  • Shamans – 8.2
  • Warlocks – 7.4
  • Rogues – 6.0
  • Monks – 5.6

We can see from this that hunters are very well-represented at level 90.  This doesn’t differentiate between PvE, PvP, gear, etc.  It includes all level 90s and paladins followed by hunters is a pretty historically consistent representation.  We’ve been a historically popular spec, and that shows no signs of stopping. . . . read full article

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