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Hunters Edit

Anyone have a similar formula for hunters? This one isn't correct, as hunters get one AP per strength and one per agility, plus one ranged AP per agility. --Azaram 08:23, 9 April 2007 (EDT)


As I know, strength does not increase ranged AP?--Hillin 16:16, 16 June 2007 (UTC)

Spirit Edit

1 Agility point = ?? Spirit points? --Mozai

Spirit does nothing while in combat for rogue, and agility does nothing out of combat. --Hillin

Hunter Formula Edit

As I see it the hunter formula appears inaccurate as it lists: 1 Agility = .552 Crit Rating = 1 Attack Power. 1 Agility is really equal to .552 Crit Rating PLUS 1 Attack power as these are the DPS benefits to Hunters from Agility. Unfortunately it would break the form of a 1 to 1 conversion between the stat values to have it listed as .552 Crit Rating + 1 Attack Power. If possible (and I know it's difficult) could someone try to clear this up? Opinions differ greatly about how much AP = 1 Agility and how much Crit Rating = 1 Agility, so I couldn't even muster a guess on how to correct the formula. - Forestwind 15:05, 19 June 2007 (UTC)

Shaman Edit

There doesn't seem to be any discussion on enhancement shaman. Does anyone have information to share on that subject. In my experience, melee makes up 48% of damage, windfury 31% (including both hits), storm strike 10%, and shocks 15%. This is assuming a 25% glancing blow effect.Tzenes 05:46, 11 September 2007 (UTC)

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