A Numbers Game: What Are Yours?
So, I know quite a few other Captains run around with CombatAnalysis. I was just wondering what kind of DPS/HPS numbers we're putting out these days.
I finally dragged myself away from Neverwinter (don't tell anybody I've been cheating on LOTRO) for a while last night and ran Sambrog as both DPS and healer, plus a Scuttledells run (god, that bug with the webs is annoying) as healer. Here's what I got.
Item Build: 4 HytHealer/2-HytLeader. Flask of Rancid Oil in the pocket for the Fate and the Might proc. Nothing else particularly interesting. Wore all the same stuff for both DPS and healing, only changed my standard from War to Hope.
Healer traits: IDOME, HoH Capstone, NfW, RO, DBW, FND, Captain's Hope + RV & Expert Attacks.
Healer stats (buffed): PhyMast 25.6k, TactMast 23.8k, Crit 9.0k, Morale 11.7k
DPS traits: IDOME, LtC Capstone, RV, EA, Adherent of Elendil, Battle-Master, TotT + NfW & RO.
DPS stats (buffed): PhysMast 27.4k, TactMast 24.6k, Crit 9.2k, Morale 9.4k
Results (Healer, Sambrog): ~1600-1800 HPS, through all fights. 90% of this was just Valiant Strike and Rallying Cry. I barely used Words of Courage. Did roughly 500 DPS while in this configuration.
Results (Healer, Scuttledells): ~900 HPS, due to my AoE heals not bouncing off a full fellowship. Still ~500 DPS.
Results (DPS, Sambrog): ~900-1100 DPS. A few fights had more due to lucky crits, but that was the average sustained DPS over the longer, multi-target fights. ~500 HPS from Valiant Strike/Rallying Cry/Inspire. (Didn't use WoC at all.)
What about everyone else? What kind of numbers are you putting out? Similar? Better?
Last edited by furtim; May 11 2013 at 04:44 PM.
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