You're using the same flawed calculations here as the ones I questioned earlier in the thread, please re-read my previous posts and you might understand why what you just posted here is so wrong. (A tiny hint: stop saying things like "let's say" when doing math, and actually calculate the exact value instead)
What you just did here isn't math, it's random flawed assumptions backed up by more flawed assumptions, then you draw the wrong conclusion based on this and pat yourself on the back saying "I must be right" because your flawed logic and non-existant understanding of the game just "proved" that you're right.
So are you saying that my calculations about mutilate damage increase with 5/5 lethality is wrong? Correct me then. What would it be?
Mutilate damage with 40% base crit on a target with 12% crit reduction with 5/5 lethality will increase by — *your answer here*
(vs 0/5 lethality obviously)
Also, you are right that i should use "lets say" less but i simply cant be arsed to use calculator for this. From what i can count in my head its somewhat around 5% to 7.5% damage increase for your mutilate. Both numbers doesnt look particularly exciting.Now to the gem part:
Some quick math based on my gear and subt spec, the RED (only the 3% critdmg part, not the agi) is slightly more than a 2% overall dps
This is bsht tbh. And here is why:
To calculate approximate impact of this gem we need to determine how many of your attacks actually crit (including poisons etc). You have 50% crit which is 38% past resilience, that applies to everything but stab and ambush. Stab got 80% crit and judging by my recount is around 30% of your total damage on arena, 68% crit past resilience. So your average crit chance is (38% for 70% of your damage and 68% for 30% of your damage) is 48%. Lets make it 50%.
Now 50% of your damage is affected by this meta and increased by 3%. 3% for 50% damage is 1.5% for 100%. Show me how did you get your "higher then 2%". m, mr math genius?
Throwing insults doesnt make you look smart.
I havent seen any of your calculations yet though.
And stop referring to "your little tool".
Shadowmelding since 2007.