OBJECT

ReportFight

The ReportFight represents a single fight that occurs in the report.

link GraphQL Schema definition

  • type ReportFight {
  • # The average item level of the players in the fight.
  • averageItemLevel: Float
  • # The percentage health of the active boss or bosses at the end of a fight.
  • bossPercentage: Float
  • # The bounding box that encloses the positions of all players/enemies in the
  • # fight.
  • boundingBox: ReportMapBoundingBox
  • # The season ID of a Classic fight. Will only be nonzero for Season of Mastery in
  • # Vanilla for now.
  • classicSeasonID: Int
  • # Whether or not a fight represents an entire raid from start to finish, e.g., in
  • # Classic WoW a complete run of Blackwing Lair.
  • completeRaid: Boolean!
  • # The difficulty setting for the raid, dungeon, or arena. Null for trash.
  • difficulty: Int
  • # For a dungeon, a list of pulls that occurred in the dungeon. Pulls have details
  • # such as the enemies involved in the pull and map info showing where the pull
  • # took place.
  • dungeonPulls: [ReportDungeonPull]
  • # The encounter ID of the fight. If the ID is 0, the fight is considered a trash
  • # fight.
  • encounterID: Int!
  • # The end time of the fight. This is a timestamp with millisecond precision that
  • # is relative to the start of the report, i.e., the start of the report is
  • # considered time 0.
  • endTime: Float!
  • # Information about enemy NPCs involved in the fight. Includes report IDs,
  • # instance counts, and instance group counts for each NPC.
  • enemyNPCs: [ReportFightNPC]
  • # Information about enemy pets involved in the fight. Includes report IDs,
  • # instance counts, and instance group counts for each pet.
  • enemyPets: [ReportFightNPC]
  • # The IDs of all players involved in a fight. These players can be referenced in
  • # the master data actors table to get detailed information about each participant.
  • enemyPlayers: [Int]
  • # The actual completion percentage of the fight. This is the field used to
  • # indicate how far into a fight a wipe was, since fights can be complicated and
  • # have multiple bosses, no bosses, bosses that heal, etc.
  • fightPercentage: Float
  • # Information about friendly NPCs involved in the fight. Includes report IDs,
  • # instance counts, and instance group counts for each NPC.
  • friendlyNPCs: [ReportFightNPC]
  • # Information about friendly pets involved in the fight. Includes report IDs,
  • # instance counts, and instance group counts for each pet.
  • friendlyPets: [ReportFightNPC]
  • # The IDs of all players involved in a fight. These players can be referenced in
  • # the master data actors table to get detailed information about each participant.
  • friendlyPlayers: [Int]
  • # The game zone the fight takes place in. This should not be confused with the
  • # zones used by the sites for rankings. This is the actual in-game zone info.
  • gameZone: GameZone
  • # The hard mode level of the fight. Most fights don't support optional hard modes.
  • # This only applies to bosses like Sartharion.
  • hardModeLevel: Int
  • # The report ID of the fight. This ID can be used to fetch only events, tables or
  • # graphs for this fight.
  • id: Int!
  • # Whether or not the fight is still in progress. If this field is false, it means
  • # the entire fight has been uploaded.
  • inProgress: Boolean
  • # The affixes for a Mythic+ dungeon.
  • keystoneAffixes: [Int]
  • # The bonus field represents Bronze, Silver or Gold in Challenge Modes, or +1-+3
  • # pushing of Mythic+ keys. It has the values 1, 2, and 3.
  • keystoneBonus: Int
  • # The keystone level for a Mythic+ dungeon.
  • keystoneLevel: Int
  • # The completion time for a Challenge Mode or Mythic+ Dungeon. This is the
  • # official time used on Blizzard leaderboards.
  • keystoneTime: Int
  • # Whether or not the fight was a boss kill, i.e., successful. If this field is
  • # false, it means the fight was a wipe or a failed run, etc..
  • kill: Boolean
  • # The phase that the encounter was in when the fight ended. Counts up from 1 based
  • # off the phase type (i.e., normal phase vs intermission).
  • lastPhase: Int
  • # The phase that the encounter was in when the fight ended. Always increases from
  • # 0, so a fight with three real phases and two intermissions would count up from 0
  • # to 4.
  • lastPhaseAsAbsoluteIndex: Int
  • # Whether or not the phase that the encounter was in when the fight ended was an
  • # intermission or not.
  • lastPhaseIsIntermission: Boolean
  • # The layer of a Torghast run.
  • layer: Int
  • # All the maps that were involved in a fight. For single bosses this will usually
  • # be a single map, but for dungeons it will typically be multiple maps.
  • maps: [ReportMap]
  • # The name of the fight.
  • name: String!
  • # The official Blizzard rating for a completed Mythic+ dungeon or Torghast run.
  • rating: Int
  • # The group size for the raid, dungeon, or arena. Null for trash.
  • size: Int
  • # The start time of the fight. This is a timestamp with millisecond precision that
  • # is relative to the start of the report, i.e., the start of the report is
  • # considered time 0.
  • startTime: Float!
  • # If a wipe was explicitly called using the Companion app, then this field will
  • # contain the time. This is a timestamp with millisecond precision that is
  • # relative to the start of the report, i.e., the start of the report is considered
  • # time 0.
  • wipeCalledTime: Float
  • }