Greetings! I’ve been an avid spreadsheet user in the rogue community but lately have found this website and have been using it on a regular basis because I believe it is very useful and underrated. Just wanted to give a few areas of feedback to help make it even better.
- Magic Resistance Potion is missing from consumables list. It doesn’t stack with Paladin Resistance Auras or Aspect of the Wild.
- For rogues, is there a chance poisons/stones (elemental, sharpening, etc) can be calculated as enchants instead of part of our “setup?” This way it will simulate if poisons are better vs elemental sharpening stone, for example, based on different gearsets.
- The simulation here matches nearly perfectly with the most trusted spreadsheets that rogues use so far, which lends it credibility. Only area that it varies in outcome significantly is when it comes to the viability of Darkmantle for rogues. Most spreadsheets have it as about a 15-25dps upgrade over 8/8 Bloodfang. This website has it rated lower. I wonder how you all calculate the proc mechanics of the set and if you take into account potential energy waste (especially for dagger rogues). From what I was able to glean it’s 1ppm per weapon (regardless of speed) and even higher with haste buffs (avg of ~2.3ppm). Just find it strange that the sim here and the spreadsheet shows significantly differing values despite agreeing in almost every other way.
- Lastly, I’m not sure if this is only I problem I have encountered or if I’m misinterpreting data incorrectly, but it seems that sometimes when I “force” the sim to use one particular piece/set of gear, the “dps increase” is larger than the one that the sim calculated as BiS. If we had the ability to compare theoretical item sets against eachother using the sim I could verify if it was real or just a glitch, but it seems like I can only compare item sets that I am currently using against ones the sim comes up with (instead of manually entered set vs sim sit, or sim set vs sim set, etc).
Thanks for your time, and thanks for this great tool! Really appreciated.