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    Telaran
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    Default Statcalculator for clerics/mages, warrior/rogue TBA?

    Hey guys!

    This was something intended only for personal use, but I figured I would make it prettier and share it with the world, just to be nice ;)
    If any changes is wanted, please don't hesitate to tell me!

    I made a small program for easy comparing of 2-4 items, and the SP/SC gained from them.
    It was made for Clerics only, but I configured it easily to be able to work for Mages too, so now it can also be used as a check to see what calling benefits most from an item.

    Image 1: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5722133/Rift...calculator.png
    Example 1: In this example, the program calculates the upgrade from "Treant Heartwood Staff" to "Rejuvinating Bough" for a Mage. As you can see, it results in a 22 SP & 31 SC increase, at a 30 End & 80 Focus sacrifice.

    Image 2: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5722133/Rift...alculator2.png
    Example 2: In this example, the program calculates the difference a Cleric and a Mage benefits from "Rejuvinating Bough". It also includes that the Cleric want the +17 SP rune (Blazing Recondite Rune), while the Mage want the +35 SC rune (Incandescent Calamitous Rune).

    Download link: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5722133/Rift...calculator.exe
    And before you ask, here is the virus-scan: http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/...d7b-1306634005

    Other info:
    -The calling is set to Cleric for both sets on startup, so a Mage would have to click the 2 change-buttons each time the program is re-opened to get his/her settings
    - If you want me to make a Warrior/Rogue version, tell me, and give me proper conversion rates (see bottom of post). This version will the probably include Block/Parry/Dodge stats too.
    - You can compare 2 items agains 1 (1h+oh vs 2h), or vice versa.
    - You can "add" runes, by adding a + sign in the input-field (see Example 2), but it is entirely optional.
    - You have to manualy enter the numbers yourself, it is not taken out from any database.
    - Please do not use any other signs than "+" or numbers in the input-boxes, as it will probably cause a freeze/crash.
    - You might need .Net Framework, free download at Microsoft.

    Currently it uses the following conversion rates:
    Cleric:
    - 1 Wis -> 0.75 SP
    - 1 Int -> 0.25 SP & 1 SC
    Mage:
    - 1 Wis -> 0.5 SP
    - 1 Int -> 0.5 SP & 1 SC

    I have also noted the following conversion rates:
    Rogue:
    - 1 Str -> 0.5 AP & ?? Parry
    - 1 Dex -> 0.5 AP & 1 PC & ?? Dodge
    Warrior:
    - 1 Str -> ?? AP & 1 Block & 1 Parry
    - 1 Dex -> ?? AP & ?? PC & ?? Dodge

    Please correct me if I am wrong, and contribute by giving me correct data
    Last edited by XplittR; 05-28-2011 at 05:56 PM.

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    Telaran
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    Updated it quite a bit! Added Warrior/Rogue DPS, Warrior/Rogue Tank and Cleric Tank, all separated from eachother.

    New Virus-scan: http://www.virustotal.com/file-scan/...838-1306648861
    Download-link is still the same: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5722133/Rift...calculator.exe
    Image 1 and 2 have been updated with the new GUI.

    Image 3: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5722133/Rift...alculator3.png
    Example 3: In this example, the program calculates the upgrade from "Noxious Maul" + "Necrotic Ward" to "Thorvin's Unyielding Will" + "Necrotic Ward" for a Cleric Tank.

    Note: Cleric Tank-page is the largest one, due to benefit from SP/AP and SC/PC.

    The conversion rates I used was:
    Rogue:
    - 1 Str -> 0.5 AP & 1 Parry
    - 1 Dex -> 0.5 AP & 1 PC & 1 Dodge
    Warrior:
    - 1 Str -> 0.75 AP & 1 Block & 1 Parry
    - 1 Dex -> 0.25 AP & 1 PC & 1 Dodge


    If any errors is found, please tell me!
    For every update I might release, the download-link will still be the same (and available from the first post)!

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    Telaran
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    No comments, anyone tried it at all?

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