8 posts in this topic
Recently Browsing 0 members
No registered users viewing this page.
EDIT: The characters in question are
Me - http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/fenris/Cygnius/advanced
Friend - http://us.battle.net/wow/en/character/fenris/teldrali/advanced
Hey, guys. I downloaded simcraft and ran some patchwerk simulations today to help me decide which pieces of gear I want to be wearing, since I have a number of things that seem like they could be viable for my Demonology Warlock The results don't really match what the article here states, but still show Haste on top for single target, and very close to Int for 2 and 3 targets, which seems to at least somewhat match the guide here. I figured this would be good enough for me to determine which gear choices would be the best for me to equip.
However, I was curious and wanted to see what it said for a friend's character, who is a Fire Mage. From my understanding, Crit is always king for Fire Mages, but the results showed the opposite, which is making me question Simcraft as a whole. Am I doing something wrong? Must something more be done than to import your character, select the type of fight you want, which plots you desire, etc.?
Here is a link to the scaling results, labeled for convenience.
Hi I am working on a sim for prot warrior since simulationcraft doesn't work for it currently, you can check it out here if you like:
It runs pretty slow so scaling will take a lot of time. Have some problems with it still, like where haste will give more or less uptime on shield block depending on the current rating for some reason. If you find any other bugs please let me know. Currently for me it reports armor>haste>mastery>vers>strength>crit, with armor pretty far ahead - could be that darkmoon fair armor trinket is worth a try!
Today I found out about SimCraft in combination with the addon pawn (thanks finalboss for the video!).
But my main question is: What are the "best" options to simulate with my prot warrior and get a proper stat weight and pawn string for a tank?
I currently have the following settings (plots and reforge are disabled):
I have been trying to set up a simulation to compare different trinkets with my currently equipped gear. I have looked at some guides and want to set up a list with which I can test multiple different trinkets, or trinket combinations, at once. The problem I have run into, though, is that it seems copies past the first seem to be simming incorrectly. I am sure this is due to a formatting error on my part, but I can't seem to figure it out.
Here is my current sim, where each copy should be identical to the original:
And here are the results of said sim:
Ideally I would like to be able to make a list of trinket dps values like the one in the hunter guides here on Icy Veins, and if I could just get a copy of the sim used to make them I'm sure I could figure it out from there.
Also, when I look online the action command to use on use trinkets involves the trinkets name. Is there a way to simply make it use the trinket in a specific slot? Something like "actions+=/use_item,name=trinket2" so I don't need to change it when I upgrade trinkets.
Hello, it is my first time posting to this site and I hope I have found the right place to post regarding Hunter simulations.
I have been running simulations with both Ask Mr. Robot and Simcraft, with very different results, specifically when it comes to Fury of the Eagle damage. All other damage done is generally very close from sim, to sim, to my experience with live, but according to simcraft my fury of the eagle should be doing nearly twice as much as it does in the ask mr robot sim and what my fury of the eagle tends to do on live. On live and in the ask mr robot sim Fury of the Eagle tends to be roughly 8-10% of my damage on a patchwerk style boss over 360 seconds. Simcraft has the same ability doing 17% of my damage consistently.
Due to the stacking nature of Mongoose Fury buff I fear that an incorrect damage output for Fury of the Eagle in the sim could lead to inaccurate stat scaling calculations, and I would very much appreciate it if someone with more knowledge on this subject could help shine some light on why I am getting such different numbers from two sims which are generally well regarded as being accurate.
Edit: I went ahead and cut the sims to the bare minimum in both Simcraft and Ask Mr Robot so that the entire sim is just using Fury of the Eagle with no other buffs or abilities used for 360 seconds, and Simcraft still shows Fury of the Eagle as being massively more powerful than is shown in Ask Mr Robot sims. I'm not sure if this is helpful or not, but I figured I would share. The Ask Mr Robot sim of only Fury of the Eagle is the same as my in game values.