I don't know why but the simulations don't seem to be correct.
Druid_Inc_NV normal: 87120 dps with 18.27% crit
Druid_Inc_NV heroic: 100830 dps with 21.20% crit
In heroic gear, you have 1.16037 times more crit. Doing the exact same rotation, you should be doing 101091 dps, which is already slightly more than the sim. But in heroic gear there is also 12% more haste, 11% more SP and only 1% mastery loss.
So i whould expect somewhat around 40% more dps in heroic gear, not only 16%.
DPS does not scale 1:1 with stat increases. It is a mostly linear relation (with the notable exception of haste), but a 1% crit increase does not necessarily equate to a 1% DPS increase.
I wonder if anyone has soloed Trial of the Champions heroic or if I am the first one who did this. As it is not very hard i would be surprised. But the only Vid i found was Durendils, which startet right after the first rider guys.
Wow..... Unholy really took a punch in the face. Wondering if there trying to make Frost (2H and DW) and Unholy (2H) comparable for end game content. My hopes are 2H Frost comes back and is just as valuable in End game Heroic progression as DW and Unholy.
that's so much fun to read blue post just before the nerf 3 days ago :
"A new beta build is going up soon that has damage nerfs for many classes and specs in order to hit our target goals"
really, they have a target goal ... we can doubt after the up of those same classes for the same abilities two days after
I see this phenomenon in my job also, the computer is now so powerfull and fast for simulation compared to before that now people tends to do 20 simulations tests instead of using brain to achieve the same result in only 3 tests and finally less time
Does anyone know if there has been an exact answer for stat weights for Protection in 5.0 since the latest changes? From what I could gather in this post MoP Beta Mitigation Stat Weights – b15983 | Sacred Duty it seems like there is no definite answer and we will have to run simulations for our current gear to see what would be our curent stat weights.