on rawr.mage, it is rating Extract of Necromatic Power very low because its only counting the Crit value on the item and not the proc. I'm not sure how you want to weight the proc (esp since its worthless to nonfire mages, but uber to fire mages imo - we have 3 or 4 dots up most of the time). Since its value is based on the mage's spec this might be hard to fix(?)
Anyway, I'd like to find out how it compares to Embrace of the Spider, etc, so is this possibly getting looked at?
Hey all. So for a while, Rawr.Cat has found the best rotation to include Mangle only for combo points, not shred, for most ferals, with either 2T6 or Imp Mangle. That has disagreed with theorycraft from other major sources (Toskk's for example). I didn't find anything myself to explain the difference, and I asked Toskk and others to check Rawr's calculations to see if they found anything. Well, they did; I forgot the Mangle multiplier on Shred. Silly mistake, I'm beating myself up for missing something so obvious, but that's what it is. So, until we get a new version out, here's how you can adjust the calculations for yourself. There are two ways to do it. If you're not sure which you want, use Option A.
Place it in the Rawr/Data/ folder, and relaunch Rawr. There'll now be a new buff, "30% Shred Damage (fix for 2.1.3 bug)". Check that buff, and you'll be good to go.
Option B(if you have modified Rawr's buff cache, and want to preserve your changes)
Close Rawr, open your BuffCache.xml file in a text editor, and add this additional buff (right after the 2nd line of the file, "<ArrayOfBuff...etc"):
Is there any way to tweak the game files (or, absent that, any chance a feature could be implemented at some point) to allow for custom gem combinations that only show up in particular forms? While it's technically possible for me to delete every single instance of a DPS-gemmed caster item in my Tree profile, and likewise technically possible for me to reset my custom gems every time I switch models, it's mind-numbingly tedious. At the same time, it's painful to have to wade through dozens of "upgrades" that have inappropriate gems, so filtering is important.
Thanks for all the hard work. I love Rawr and recommend it to everyone I can.
v2.1.4: Added tracking of item levels, and filtering by item level and a few other item properties. Added support for several additional buffs and enchants. Fixed Wowhead and Armory parsing for a few stats. Fixed CharacterProfiler support. ShadowPriest: Fixes for Optimization, and support for a few more buffs. HolyPriest: Fixes for Optimization and Haste calculations. Moonkin: Added support for a couple trinkets, allowed fist weapons, fixes to Starfire glyph calculations, fix for double application of Kings, and added support for user-defined rotations. Healadin: Added Burst Healing rating, support for Divine Favor and Divine Illumination. ProtWarr: Updated with correct base stats for all races at 80. Mage: Added a 3.0.8 calculation mode. Tree: Fixed haste and crit calculations. Cat: Adjusted base miss rate to 8%, added support for total % damage increases. Bear: Fixed a minor bug in DR calculations.
Downloaded latest version of Rawr. When I run it, I get a message that a new version "220.127.116.11" exists.
I also can't seem to delete item gemings using Set Default Gems. It worked once when Cat model was selected, but I get different items for Bear and cannot clean them up automatically.
Oops, sorry about that new version notification; forgot to update the website's current version code. Should be fixed now.
I'm not sure what problem you're describing about Set Default Gems; I don't know of any issue like that at the moment, but will look into it. That said, we're overhauling how Rawr handles gemmings for 2.2, and I doubt there'll be a 2.1.5.