One of the most valuable sources of information in World of Warcraft is taking down WoW logs. This is still the case in Shadowlands, with logs providing valuable information on Castle Nathria.
With this in mind, here's how to track your own WoW logs in Shadowlands.
WoW Logs Shadowlands
WoW logs are pieces of data that track your raid encounters down the very smallest details.
This includes DPS, healing, damage taken, dispels, CC, consumables, gear, and everything in-between.
This information is saved online, so you'll be able to see your Castle Nathria progress as far back as you begin logging it.
So how do you get started?
How to take WoW Logs in Shadowlands
In Shadowlands, logging is as simple as ever thanks to some popular online services.
The most popular logging site for WoW Shadowlands is WarcraftLogs.com.
To use this site, you'll need to create an account, link it to your Battle.net account, and turn on advanced combat logging in your in-game settings.
Once done, you'll simply type the /combatlog command. If you have addons like DBM, this should be taken care of for you.
After it's all set up, your WoW Shadowlands logs will update automatically to Warcraftlogs.com for raid boss encounters, allowing you to study up on your runs and see your progress.
Even better, you'll be able to compare your parses to all other Shadowlands players in runs that have also been logged. This means your DPS, HPS, and more are given a parse (percentile in comparison to all data taken) for categories like class, spec, ilvl, and more.
Castle Nathria is where all the action of WoW Shadowlands is today with the Mythic world first race still raging on to its second week (with two guilds tied trying to down Sire Denathrius!)
Taking logs of your Castle Nathria runs is vital to making sure you can grow your success whether it's in a consistent guild or with PUGs.
These logs will let you compare yourself to others of your spec and ilvl, and get into the finer details of the entire raid - like what damage you took, which players did dispels, and plenty more.
For these reasons, if you're at all serious about end game PVE content in WoW Shadowlands - logging your Castle Nathria runs is the way to go.