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2-04-2010 @ 9:14AM
I love the new Gearscore/DPS tab on recount. It's a good way to judge if that hardcore raider in your VoA pug that is the same class as you is playing better than you or just geared better than you.
2-04-2010 @ 9:37AM
I've not seen this, can you please explain what it tells you?
2-04-2010 @ 10:20AM
Here's a sample output from random heroic bossPerformance(DPS)/GearScoreFoxfyr 108(5938.97 DPS/5477 GS, 41.1%)Notfox 60(2992.04 DPS/4951 GS, 22.8%)Nonfox 59(2138.67 DPS/3580 GS, 22.4%)Tankbot 26(1147.07 DPS/4257 GS, 9.9%)Healz 10(491.75 DPS/4781 GS, 3.8%)(Bah replied to the wrong comment)
2-04-2010 @ 10:25AM
So I'm guessing the higher the last number (the %) then the more that person is getting out of their gear.Nice, I need to see what mine is now ^^Thanks for the reply.
2-04-2010 @ 12:56PM
Actually, the percentage at the end is the percentage of total group dps for which that person was responsible. If your total group dps was 10,000, and your dps was 2,000, then your percentage would be 20.
2-04-2010 @ 2:50PM
i love this feature of Recount as well. another feature i find helpful is the Damage Done tab since it shows how much actual damage each person is doing. 7k+ dps is great but if you have done less than 5% of the damage in a 10 man after 1 boss then there is clearly a problem.
2-04-2010 @ 3:00PM
just wanted to add that my numbers are clearly exaggerated. im a competent hunter (5.8k dps in raids) but i have been working to get skilled. i am consistently in the top 5 of the Overall Damage Done even though im 7 or 8 in dps.
2-05-2010 @ 9:15AM
yup i totally agree to that
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