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Stats weight in poison sin?

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Hello, recently I've checked dps with exsa/agonising, and agonising seems better. Now I'm curious  if stat weight has changed by a big amount, since now mastery does more than it did before, and I'm still using 0.69 vers and 0.29 mast, while thinking that maybe they are more equal  now? Also, is there any counted point in which master poisoner > elaborate planning? Cause now it gives me 6% more dmg on 5 stacks which is surely less than EP.

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10 hours ago, bobekzea said:

Hello, recently I've checked dps with exsa/agonising, and agonising seems better. Now I'm curious  if stat weight has changed by a big amount, since now mastery does more than it did before, and I'm still using 0.69 vers and 0.29 mast, while thinking that maybe they are more equal  now? Also, is there any counted point in which master poisoner > elaborate planning? Cause now it gives me 6% more dmg on 5 stacks which is surely less than EP.

No, Master Poisoner isn't very good

Exsang and Agonizing have always been pretty close - if you have a lot of Mastery it will probably be a little ahead

That said, there is a lot of room for error in playing Exsang, and it's difficult to play perfectly, which is probably also impacting your results

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Nah, don't think so, rotation is preety easy, and exsa is better for short fights since it gives an enormous burst, while agonizing is sustained 30-40% dmg increase (im around 80% mastery), when I first tried it I was 72 I think and agonising gave me around 15k dps more on ~5min fights (3 vendettas)

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Might be beneficial to show how you play both talents in a log, then Carrn can see if it is indeed just a problem with playstyle. Currently, he has nothing to go on when comparing you using the two different talents.

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