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3-08-2011 @ 4:37PM
http://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee45/hoticehunter/WoWScrnShot_030811_161203.jpghttp://i233.photobucket.com/albums/ee45/hoticehunter/WoWScrnShot_030811_160901.jpgHigh Mastery setup gave a potential +48% to healing. Low Mastery setup gave 36%. Tests were done at 40.1% health, so true mastery bonus was 28.7% and 21.5%, a difference of 7.2%.Screenshot 1 is low mastery, 2 is high mastery.The average tick for low mastery was (excluding crits) was 2246.4Average tick for high mastery was (no crits) 2404.82404.8/2246.4= 1.0705. The high mastery tests were 7.05% stronger, a less than 3% difference from expected values, assuming mastery affected Healing Rain, which judging by these tests, it does indeed.Your welcome.One of the major problems I have with this community is that no one just... goes out and tests anything anymore. It's all heresay and gut feeling.
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