Hi there, you weighted haste lot more compared to your last version, almost as equal as spellpower now, how come?
I dunno, maybe you should change the default settings, like "delay" for instance? Maybe that will affect how haste is valued or something. Otherwise it's just some random number I picked out of my head.
Originally Posted by Cryonic
I've been wondering lately if the addition of T8 4p would increase the stat weight for crit over what it is without the 4p bonus.
Well, if that's what you want to find out you could ENABLE THE FREAKING OPTION and see. It's not like it's hard to see or anything, unless you can't see "Set Bonus" sitting in the middle of the screen.
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Cryonic (#166): Both 2p and 4p increase the value of crit a tiny bit, but the difference is nowhere near close enough to compete with haste and spellpower.
Mann (#165): As your gear becomes more powerful, so does haste, because there's more and more damage that you can do in less time. So it's not him valuing it higher, haste really does scale as awesomely as that.
Ferala (#164): You could, however, it would be a better idea to calculate the proc separately and then calculate the portion of the time this proc is used in (1/6th with it, 5/6th without it), because it can affect the damage in a lot more ways than simple damage increase, depending on when it pops up.
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8% of LB crit damage should be 45 x 10318 x 8% = 37144 but on wws its only 25644. I was expecting it to not work out based on LO proc's not triggering the effect but not to this extent. Is this normal ?
Which implies that the glyphtow buff would not stack with demonic pact if the overall gain from demonic pact > 280*1.3. Is that really the case? I was under the impression that the personal buff from the glyph would stack with anything - but then in an actual raid the buff bars are ever changing and jumping around and, well, I am a tad busy to examine them in minute detail.
I love this spreadsheet, but I was hoping to use Rawr.Elemental to help with some gear comparison choices. For example, the SEIC Wowhead link suggests to me another pair of pants as a huge upgrade over another that I'm wearing. I see a 40 Score on the non-hit link, and the ones I'm wearing give a 30 Score on the with-hit link. That leads me to believe that if I didn't need the hit, I'd be much better off with the new legs. So I just got ahold of a +hit trinket and +hit ring. One I know is an upgrade, one I THINK is an upgrade. Even if I guess a new configuration... dropping hit from my legs and upping hit with my ring/trinket, I don't know how to use SEIC to tell me if it's better or worse than my old configuration.
So from that point... I figure Rawr.Elemental is perfect because its Optimize feature is used for exactly that. However once I plugged in my information, it told me the legs I was considering were complete trash compared to my current ones :P But... the SEIC Wowhead link scores them way higher. What am I supposed to think?
I understand that Rawr.Elemental isn't very up-to-date, but is there some way I can do something to get some confidence? If I hop on a target dummy I'm just going to miss like crazy (we always raid with the +hit debuffs) and not get good numbers. What should I do to be confident and ensure I'm configuring optimally? Thanks!