WoW: These DPS classes currently do the most damage in the Mythic Raid

WoW: These DPS classes currently do the most damage in the Mythic Raid


At the beginning of the new month, we're taking another closer look at the current World of Warcraft DPS ranking. Of course, as usual, we ask which damage class is currently causing the most damage in the Mythic raid "Schloss Nathria". This ranking shifts from time to time due to minor changes and balancing adjustments, so that we regularly take a close look at it. This time there is even a new leader to be announced.

Accordingly, the shadow priest was able to push himself back to the front after a while and thus knock the previous number 1 - the balance druid - from the throne. The latter is now in second place - followed by the Affliction Witcher, who continues to make himself comfortable in third place. The Frost Magician, who has now even been thrown out of the top 10, has had a serious slide down. In return, the Windrunner Monk is currently experiencing a small upswing. At the bottom of the ranking, by the way, the survival hunter can now be found, replacing the deceit villain. In the ranks in between there were only minor shifts in most cases. Here is the current ranking of the damage classes:

The current DPS ranking for Schloss Nathria in World of Warcraft is here. (9) Source: Warcraft Logs With the release of 9.1.0 for World of Warcraft (buy now € 14.99), there should be significantly more movement in the ranking of the DPS classes. Then there will not only be further balancing changes, but also a new raid instance with the "Sanctum of Rulership". Its boss fights require different tactics, with which in all probability certain DPS classes can cope better than others.

Source: Warcraft Logs

Nigerian Lady Upgrades Her Room to ‘Paradise’, Beautiful Transformation Photos Wow People

- A creative Nigerian lady has shown off her interior decor skill as she shared new photos of her house

- In one of the snaps, the house's walls are adorned with artworks that complimented the room's transformed look

- The lady said her bed frame is N150,000 as she shared the contact of the person who made the piece

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A Nigerian lady with the Twitter handle @burnt__dodo has generated reactions on social media after sharing the 'before' and 'after' photos of her upgraded room.

Nigerian lady upgrades her humble room into a stylish space, shares photosMany people praised the young lady for her creativity. Photo source: @burnt_dodoSource: UGC

In a tweet sent on Monday, May 31, the young lady informed her followers how she had completed her apartment's makeover, showing the transformation of the house.

In the first snap, the room has a dull yellow colour.

In the 'after' photo, the room walls are seen repainted in white as stylish light bulbs were affixed in different places.

The lady's new bedframe had a side stool. They were both painted in a wooden colour that blended well with the room's ambience.

In subsequent tweets, the lady shared photos of each stage of the transformation to show how every part changed.

See his post below: compiled some of the reactions below:

@Mr_Chocobar_ said:

'Please add the price so they know these high quality things cost significant money cause as a furniture maker, the way people bargain prices are crazy! and they want this quality.'

He replied:

'Lol tbh. The bed frame was 150k.'

@itz_laolao wondered:

'Where will we see this money?'

@iamvincentdavid said:

'The room is big mehn!'

@Nayess2012 said:

'I love your creativity Cos am creative as well. Let’s be friends.'

@i_am_bellz said:

'I love the Altè feel that comes with the ambience of the finished setting.'

In other news, an elated woman celebrated her independence after joining the homeowners club.

Thulisile, who goes by @Tutusips on Twitter, took to the platform to celebrate her independence and the news that she had joined the homeowners club.

The picture she posted showed her holding keys with a passage in the background, and true to form, the kitchen was partially visible.

She captioned the photo with:

'So I joined the 2020 homeowners ... look at God.'

Netizens loved the post and congratulated Thulisile on the important milestone in her life.

Flexing new homes has become a thing on Twitter, with homeowners posting pictures of their new digs online.

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Source: Tuko