Warglaive Loot Priority in Burning Crusade Classic. Wargs are fierce fighters, but they’re not so smart. Here’s how to make your warg get the spoils of war without a fight.
The “warglaives of azzinoth drop rate” is the percentage chance that you will receive one or more warglaives when defeating a boss. The drop rates are different in each boss encounter, but they can be found on the official WoW website.
In World of Warcraft, the Warglaive of Azzinoth is one of the most sought-after artifacts. Illidan Stormrage will drop these weapons in the forthcoming Black Temple assault. When Phase 3 raids launch on January 27th, players in The Burning Crusade Classic will have their first chance to fight Illidan and acquire the Warglaives. A Warglaive of Azzinoth may even drop on your first kill for the fortunate few!
How uncommon are these weapons? In your raid, who should get them first? Which class gains the most DPS from the Warglaives, the Warrior or the Rogue? In this mini-guide on the greatest weapons in the game, the famous main hand Warglaive of Azzinoth and off hand Warglaive of Azzinoth, we’ll address all of your questions.
What Is The Scarcity Of Warglaives?
Warglaive drop rates are best estimated at 5% per glaive, with individual rolls for each glaive mainhand and offhand, and separate from other loot drops. This is based on historical data, and if it’s right, that implies both Warglaives may appear on the same kill! It’s possible that the drop rate in Burning Crusade Classic is different, but we don’t have enough data to say for sure. Here are some numbers, assuming the historical data is correct:
- Your chance to see at least 1 mainhand and at least 1 offhand is…26.2% after 14 kills.
- 50.1% after 24 kills.
- 75.9% after 40 kills.
There’s a possibility you won’t see any glaives at all…
- 59.9% after 5 kills.
- 35.8% after 10 kills.
- 12.9% after 20 kills.
That is a lovely way of stating that even if your guild has promised you the first Warglaives, you may have to raid for months before they appear. On the other hand, some extraordinarily fortunate individuals will undoubtedly finish their Warglaive set inside the first month – it’s all a game of chance!
Which class is the most benefited by Warglaives?
The Twin Blades of Azzinoth are without a doubt the greatest weapons available for both Fury Warriors and Combat Rogues throughout the expansion, but are they a better upgrade for one class or the other?
To make this comparison, we will rely on simulation tools made by community members to estimate the damage gain of both warriors and rogues. The comparison is both warglaives against the second best option in phase 3 for each class. For rogues, the second best option is Vengeful Gladiator’s Slicer & Blade of Savagery, for warriors the second best option is double Vengeful Gladiator’s Slicer. With this setup the outcome is pretty clear:
This disparity is partly due to Warriors’ superior multi-target damage abilities, like as Cleave, Sweeping Strikes, and Whirlwind, which have short cooldowns. Blade Flurry is the single spell available to Rogues; it is more potent than the Warrior’s choices while active, but it only lasts 15 seconds and has a 2 minute cooldown, so it can’t be used nearly as often.
The problem with depending on simulation tools is that they usually assume near-ideal circumstances, buffs, and player execution. In actuality, you’ll often find that one player is just superior to another, spending more time actively assaulting, keeping better rotations, and utilizing more consumables. In such circumstance, regardless of single or multi target, the stronger player will almost certainly get more damage with Warglaives.
Who Should Get Azzinoth’s Warglaives?
Certain readers may be surprised to learn that some guilds do not award loot solely for the sake of increasing raid DPS. When determining who should get an item, most guilds examine several variables other than “whose player’s DPS will rise the most?” – or have point systems that eliminate the choice process completely.
Out-of-raid contributions like as organizing rosters, handling recruiting, or often assisting with attunements are likely to be more important than raid DPS improvements in most guilds. A guild’s seamless operation demands much more than simply strong DPS.
Players will likely demand priority on Warglaives for any reason they can think up, or threaten to leave if they aren’t given the first Warglaives. If it’s a Protection Warrior, your guild is definitely better off letting those members go and doing whatever it takes to replace them. It’s a difficult situation right now, but what’s to stop the player from making similar requests for another item if your guild leadership gives in to their demands? When they left this time, they took one of your guild’s prized Warglaives with them!
Best of luck to everyone who is reading this, and may you all be blessed with a plethora of Warglaive drops! If you’re receiving the first Warglaives in your guild, let us know in the comments how much you believe they’ll sell for in a gold bid raid. Are you ready for it?
Simonize has been a Rogue for a long time, having played Vanilla, Burning Crusade, and Wrath of the Lich King. He is the inventor of two rogue damage modeling spreadsheets, one for Classic and one for The Burning Crusade, and is mostly focused on PvE. You may join Simonize’s Discord or follow him on Twitch and Youtube if you like his work.
The “warglaives of azzinoth achievement” is a quest that requires you to collect 10 warglaives from the Burning Crusade Classic.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the drop rate of Warglaives of Azzinoth TBC?
A: The drop rate for Warglaives of Azzinoth TBC is hard to say but its about 1 in 3.5 million or so.
Who drops Warglaives TBC?
A: I do not know.
Are Warglaives BIS for Warriors?
A: Yes, Warglaives are a BIS for Warriors.
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