Even though I’ve spent more time this beta on HealerCalcs, I’ve made sure to get WrathCalcs and a Moonkin guide [link when posted] ready for 6.0. It’s relatively straightforward to use–if you’ve used WrathCalcs, it all works the same way.
Can be opened in typical programs that can open Excel files, but some features will only work in Excel.
- In the “Main” tab, select talents, stats, glyphs, and buffs.
- The only tricky point in putting in the info is that that the stats in the pink boxes should be your unbuffed stats from gear. An easy place to get this is by loading your character’s Wowhead profile, which shows a column called “Item stats” that shows this.
- “Spellpower” does not include Intellect, just the spellpower-only stat on your weapon.
The outputs the sheet gives you:
- “DPS” is your steady-state average DPS in the standard Eclipse rotation, with DoTs and Starsurge timed optimally.
- Next to every stat, talent, buff, bonus, or glyph is a values showing the DPS benefit of that item–i.e. how much higher your DPS is compared to what it would be if you didn’t have it. (Glyphs NYI)
- For stats, it shows the value of one added point of the stat.
- For buffs, set bonuses, and glyphs, if you don’t have the bonus selected, these cells will show the value that would be added to the rotation if you did have it.
- These values all rely on data table functionality, so they work in Excel but not in other programs like OpenOffice.
- Finally, a table at the bottom shows the damage per cast time of each individual spell.
Right now I only have a single-target DPS rotation in, but individual spell info helps give a lot of insight on what spells are worth casting in other scenarios.