I wrote a script to build a decent gear list applying a fairly simple EEP calculation to replace the Head-only list that was already here. The script uses the contents of the item's wiki page to determine the contents of the "Notes" column, so blank entries are due to missing or badly-formatted pages. I will attempt to make the script more robust, or clean up those pages, in order to get clean output. --User:Oryx

I have a question about the values you gave each. Why do you change some from the ep system develpoed by EJ? A strength of 2.1 is an average of their 2 weights, but you are fuddling the numbers. Is it possible to change them to the original weight? Also, is it possible to give the weights in terms of BoK values, as these differ? It would also be very handy to be able to switch between the two, and to include leather. Thanks for the page, though. I used it at the start, but now i find that the information here is not as accurate as i thought.

Also, yellow gems should be the +4 Strength +4 Critical strike ratings, as these will have a higer weight.Crakker (talk) 20:29, 11 July 2008 (UTC)

Oryx, I think this page is brilliant, really useful, but do you think you could add a source for the figures and a definition of what "EEP" is? If a reader is new to this, it's all just a bunch of acronyms. I'd also be interested in seeing the "Seer's Linked" set added as a comparison. Thanks, and good work :) -- w.woods (talk) 01:08, 1 August 2008 (UTC)

Combining Hunter/Enhancement Shaman Pages Edit

In order to match the format and standardize the lists of non-caster dps pages I propose that these pages should be combined into or

In addition, pages for feral Feral dps druids/rogues (leather) and Fury warriors/Ret paladins (Plate)

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