Bloodmallet Charts – Trinket and Azerite Charts in Wowhead Class Guides



Comment by Keszey

on 2018-09-02T11:47:26-05:00

Bloodmallet is always an invaluable source.

Comment by DazedandDead

on 2018-09-02T12:00:42-05:00

I’ve always used herodamage.com.r
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Seems to be about the exact same thing with a different website design.

Comment by perculia

on 2018-09-02T12:05:50-05:00

I’ve always used herodamage.com.r
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Seems to be about the exact same thing with a different website design.r
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Herodamage is cool and we in fact highlighted them on the front page right before BFA.r
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Bloodmallet has provided the data in embeddable form, which provides neat interactive charts on the site. If Herodamage, or other sites, offered something similar we’d be interested in embedding them as well to present as much data as possible.

Comment by DazedandDead

on 2018-09-02T12:14:21-05:00

I’ve always used herodamage.com.r
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Seems to be about the exact same thing with a different website design.r
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Herodamage is cool and we in fact highlighted them on the front page right before BFA.r
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Bloodmallet has provided the data in embeddable form, which provides neat interactive charts on the site. If Herodamage, or other sites, offered something similar we’d be interested in embedding them as well to present as much data as possible.r
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That makes perfect sense. Thank you for the explanation!r
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Always good to have resources available to everyone in one spot.

Comment by Shaggypaw

on 2018-09-02T12:18:29-05:00

Just a thought but did you guys ever do a write up on Raidbots.com…. another great site to sim all the gear you have to find BIS combinations of the gear you have not what you are hunting.

Comment by perculia

on 2018-09-02T12:22:36-05:00

Just a thought but did you guys ever do a write up on Raidbots.com…. another great site to sim all the gear you have to find BIS combinations of the gear you have not what you are hunting.r
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Yep! We have a detailed guide to Raidbots which can be found just by typing “raidbots” into search. r
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We also shoutout Raidbots on most gear guide pages and stat pages, like:r
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The above suggestion is only generic and exact values will change based on your gear available. In order to best know your best stats, we recommend you to sim your own character using many tools available in the community like SimulationCraft. RaidBots provides you with an online platform for you to sim your characters for free! Learn more about that in our in-depth guide to RaidBots.

Comment by AlakeiThancan

on 2018-09-02T12:35:14-05:00

How about putting it in an add on so we have the “rank” of each trait when we mouseover them? Hmm?r
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Like when mousing over a specific trait in the Azerite window, have a tooltip saying “X out of Y number of azerite traits available for your class/spec”r
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Right now evertime we get a new piece of armor we have to go look for a guide to know which is better … Extremely time consuming, especially when you’re playing multiple classes and specs.

Comment by Keszey

on 2018-09-02T12:39:15-05:00

I’ve always used herodamage.com.r
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Seems to be about the exact same thing with a different website design.r
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Fun fact; My identical twin brother uses herodamage and I use bloodmallet lol.

Comment by perculia

on 2018-09-02T12:40:53-05:00

How about putting it in an add on so we have the “rank” of each trait when we mouseover them? Hmm?r
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Like when mousing over a specific trait in the Azerite window, have a tooltip saying “X out of Y number of azerite traits available for your class/spec”r
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Right now evertime we get a new piece of armor we have to go look for a guide to know which is better … Extremely time consuming, especially when you’re playing multiple classes and specs.r
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Wowhead does not maintain addons but it looks like Azerite Power Weights might be something you’re interested in, although currently it seems like a WIP based on their description of defaults.

Comment by Keszey

on 2018-09-02T12:46:01-05:00

How about putting it in an add on so we have the “rank” of each trait when we mouseover them? Hmm?r
r
Like when mousing over a specific trait in the Azerite window, have a tooltip saying “X out of Y number of azerite traits available for your class/spec”r
r
Right now evertime we get a new piece of armor we have to go look for a guide to know which is better … Extremely time consuming, especially when you’re playing multiple classes and specs.r
r
Wowhead does not maintain addons but it looks like Azerite Power Weights might be something you’re interested in, although currently it seems like a WIP based on their description of defaults.r
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I’ve also been using this. There is a way to sim it. As opposed to the default values.

Comment by perculia

on 2018-09-02T12:48:17-05:00

How about putting it in an add on so we have the “rank” of each trait when we mouseover them? Hmm?r
r
Like when mousing over a specific trait in the Azerite window, have a tooltip saying “X out of Y number of azerite traits available for your class/spec”r
r
Right now evertime we get a new piece of armor we have to go look for a guide to know which is better … Extremely time consuming, especially when you’re playing multiple classes and specs.r
r
Wowhead does not maintain addons but it looks like Azerite Power Weights might be something you’re interested in, although currently it seems like a WIP based on their description of defaults.r
r
I’ve also been using this. There is a way to sim it. As opposed to the default values.r
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Yep, we’re just seeing if the add-on gets refined first more before mentioning it in guides. We don’t want a bunch of people installing an add-on, missing the note that defaults have problems, and then blame Wowhead for sending them a ‘bad’ add-on.



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