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11-19-2009 @ 12:32PM
That's a nice calculator - although its important not to convince yourself that your health pool and armor are the only factors in effective health. For example, if you tank with a shaman or a priest healing you and they get a crit at least once every 15 seconds, you get a flat 10% reduced incoming damage which works out to an 11% boost in effective health. If you ignore critical details like that, your effective health calculation will be meaningless.Anything that reduces incoming damage boosts your effective health. You have to take into account talents, self-buffs, buffs from your raid, and (as mentioned above) procs like inspiration/ancestral fortitude if they stay up enough.
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