I have been searching for EP values in regard to Resto Shamans. I use Lootrank's template resto shaman values for bidding on items.
I know EP values will adjust as you up one stat, etc etc. For example, how much MP5 is enough MP5 so to speak? Some post suggest SP > MP5. So, in looking at gear, perhaps I have enough MP5 to forego an item with it in favor of something with more SP.
I did see a chart of MP5 gear/ Crit Gear with set bonus / Crit gear no set bonus on another thread which was very helpful. I plan on assembling a crit set based on the information found there.
At any rate, I was looking for a little guidance from the more experienced in regard to EP values. Any suggestions would be most appreciated.
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I have been searching for EP values in regard to Resto Shamans.
The [Resto] Healing Equivalency Points thread never turned up any authoritative HEP values (for good reason), but the discussion there is good and the HEP scales that were suggested all have some merit. I recommend reading the thread if you haven't already.
Also, [Resto] spreadsheets and calculations has some very good stuff in it. I've played around with Daidalos's sheet, and some of the others that have shared their spreadsheets in that thread sound very promising, including the ability to generate HEP scales, but I have not tried them myself yet.
Thank for the information. I read through the HEP thread. Seems having separate sets of gear is best. I know on Patchwerk, a crit set would benefit me more. I'm contemplating using a haste set on Maly 25 simply because I find myself doing LHW and Riptide on the run in Phase 2, and only doing chain heals in the beginning and under the arcane bubbles. Even then I find myself wishing it was casting faster due to all the damage people take.
WoWEquip used to be awesome but unfortunately hasn't been updated for WotLK, I haven't found any like it. The author says it's not abandoned just hasn't had time to rewrite it yet so maybe keep an eye on it