Is Falcor's damage ahead of Hobs though, is what I'm wondering. `.` (After all, it doesn't take that much to be ahead of Yuly's damage from what I've seen.)
How would one go about testing evasion anyway? I can make pretty much every jug and would be up for doing tests, but I'm not sure how one would go about establishing a metric for this...
defensive stuff is actually hardest to test. Well, maybe not hardest, but you need a large sample.
First, its good to have monster gloves, so you tighten the level which you are testing. this way its only a level 98 or 99 pet if its uncapped. The easiest way for defensive stuff, like eva is just to parse it with kparser
You just need a large enough sample size. I think 1000 is big enough... I think. you take the pet and fight stuff so that 1000 hits are done against it. (this can be done manually... but thats a huge pain). Count up the number of hits and misses against your pet. the larger the sample,the more precise. I"m thinking awahondo in ule might be a good mob to do this on. if you don't add any agi, or eva+ atma and just cap the damage mitigation and regen, you can get alot of hits from a high acc mob, then switch pets w/out killing it.
might do the same w/ a player tanking awahondo w/ a known evasion and a whm to compare to other players, but the above should be a pretty decent test for eva comparison between falcorr and yuly.
I'm hoping that monster gloves +2 will mean the pet will always be level 99. That would be great for testing purposes. Edited, Dec 17th 2011 7:10am by Xilk