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Unholy Stat Weights for Pawn

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17 hours ago, Dazzery said:

Are there Stat Weights atm for importing to pawn?

I'm not sure if one of the DK mods has these to hand, I'm sure we'll find out soon enough. If not, stat weights are normally obtained through use of SimCraft and generally do change depending on the gear levels being simmed.

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a lot of people have been asking for the hard numbers, and frankly they have been rather elusive to find. There are other popular wow websites and even dedicated DK groups and I can't seem to locate the hard numbers themselves. I believe this is likely due to the fact that once ED launches there is potential for heavy alterations to classes, and people don't want to redo work. So, after ED launches some might pop up, but honestly, I can't find hard numbers anywhere. It's been a popular question lately and despite asking around and emailing many top theorycrafters, I can't find it.

but yeah as blainie said, simcraft can sim for you what is best with your current gear and rotation. of course getting one upgrade can change this but at least its a starting point. 

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21 hours ago, demonardvark said:

a lot of people have been asking for the hard numbers, and frankly they have been rather elusive to find. There are other popular wow websites and even dedicated DK groups and I can't seem to locate the hard numbers themselves. I believe this is likely due to the fact that once ED launches there is potential for heavy alterations to classes, and people don't want to redo work. So, after ED launches some might pop up, but honestly, I can't find hard numbers anywhere. It's been a popular question lately and despite asking around and emailing many top theorycrafters, I can't find it.

but yeah as blainie said, simcraft can sim for you what is best with your current gear and rotation. of course getting one upgrade can change this but at least its a starting point. 

This is basically the thought process behind us not listing them in our site guides either. To maintain stat weights for each spec, in every guide, for different gear levels, it would simply be far too time-consuming. Some of the writers do it themselves, such as Azor, but that's by their own choice.

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Hey ho!
I used simcraft to extract mine. And Im a prime example why you should do it yourself aswell.
I have so high crit and so low haste that haste actually have a higher stat weight then crit for me right now.
So bassicly download simcraft. Go to options and enable "scaling" and choose the relevant stats. Then import your character and simulate.
Got something in line with
6.1 haste
5.9 crit
5ish mastery
4.5 vers.

But this is due to me running 31% crit right now and only 11% haste.

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Thanks for sharing that Exee, helpful for those that don't know how to Sim!

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