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Murlok.io provides World of Warcraft Dragonflight 10.2.6 guides for PvP and PvE, focusing on character builds for Solo Shuffle, 2v2, 3v3, RBG, and Mythic+.

The guides are based on data from the top 50 characters in each class specialization and game mode, offering insights on stat priorities, races, talents, equipment, embellishments, enchantments, and gems. Updated every 12 hours to deliver the latest from the World of Warcraft meta.


Hello, I'm Maxence, a World of Warcraft player since 2005.

Back in 2020, COVID-19 rampaged across the world, and like many of you, I got stuck at home, going back to the World of Warcraft.

Being a PvP player, I love slaying people in arenas and battlegrounds! More than skill, it also requires knowledge of what stats, talents, and items to use.

So, I would spy on the top players in the Armory , ending up with several browser tabs open, and spending a long time to figure out what would be the unfair advantage.

On the other side, I was also working on my own open-source tool to build apps . I was at a point where I needed a project that could showcase what it is capable of.

After endless hours of work, here is Murlok.io. I hope you love it.


As you may have noticed, Murlok.io works more like an app than a website. Indeed, it is a progressive web app , installable on your devices from web browsers that support the feature, and can run in its own window.

Murlok.io's frontend is written with the Go Programming Language (Golang) . You read it well, there is no JavasScript or React involved!

The user interface is built with an open-source package named go-app and is stylized with vanilla CSS.


Like the frontend, Murlok.io's backend is written in Go . It is separated into 3 parts:

  • A crawler that fetches and processes World of Warcraft leaderboards and character data on a daily basis
  • An API that provides whatever the user interface needs
  • The go-app part that implements the progressive web app requirements

Hosted on Google Cloud , it is deployed in Cloud Run containers, uses Firestore NoSQL database, and all are running behind Cloud CDN .