Wipefest: Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope
Wipefest support for Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope has been live since the raid released, and is already helping guilds everywhere analyse the boss mechanics in their pulls and work out how they can improve their performance and continue progressing.
Not used Wipefest before and want to learn more about how you can use it to analyze your Warcraft Logs reports? Read How to Improve Your Raid With Wipefest.
Let's dig into some examples of what mechanics Wipefest can automatically analyze for you in Amirdrassil, the Dream's Hope!
Amirdrassil starts off by pitting the raid against Gnarlroot. During the intermission, players are required to soak
Not only does missing a
Something that is often hard to do when analyzing damage taken is to account for times when a player simply had no choice but to take the damage. For example, Igira the Cruel's
When analyzing mechanics like this, it's important to exclude the damage taken by the targeted players to get a more accurate view of the avoidable damage. Wipefest does this for you automatically.
Another scenario that can be tricky to analyze is when an ability can do varying amounts of damage and is only sometimes dangerous. On Volcoross,
In this case, damage while the circle is large is relatively low and unimpactful. Damage while the circle is small, however, is lethal and should be avoided. Wipefest handles this by highlighting only the high-damage ticks of
Sometimes, it's important to look at the total raid damage from an ability instead of the damage individual players took. Urctos on Council of Dreams casts
In this scenario, we want to look at how much damage the raid took from each instance of
Larodar has an ability named
Wipefest handles this by analyzing how quickly the shields are being healed through and will highlight instances where the shield wasn't removed in time to prevent the stun.
Nymue's second phase requires players to kill the two Cycle Wardens to end the phase and continue the fight. While this is happening, a raid-wide debuff called
Wipefest has a quick summary to help you check how high these stacks are going and how long they are lasting, which may help to explain any healing challenges you are feeling in this phase.
During the Smolderon intermission phase, players must each soak 5 small
Sometimes a mechanic is as simple as "don't stand in the fire". Tindral's
In the final phase of Fyrakk, the raid gains access to several Seeds of Amirdrassil. These seeds can be picked up and used to provide a large healing absorb, but will also erupt in high raid damage if hit by any shadowflame ability. Wipefest can highlight when this happens:
Wipefest then also tracks how much damage the raid takes from
Keeping your seeds safe so that you can use their
This is just a taste of some of the mechanical analysis that Wipefest has to offer, alongside other features such as player scores, event timelines, guides, and multi-pull analysis.
You can find me as Yax on Twitter.
Good luck, have fun!