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Rawr 2.3.11

Rating:        Based on 16 ratings
Reviewed:  15 reviews
Downloads: 164181
Change Set: 46926
Released: Feb 27, 2010
Updated: Feb 27, 2010 by Astrylian
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Application Rawr
application, 16377K, uploaded Feb 27, 2010 - 164181 downloads

Release Notes

- Load from Armory code cleaned up.
- Tiny Abomination in a Jar's proc how now been more accurately modeled.
- You should now be able to reload (or load) a character from the EU armory without trouble.
- Rawr.Mage: Frost DPS Cycles with Frostfire Bolt on Brain Freeze DPS in 3.3.3 implemented. Fire Mage changes for 3.3.3 implemented.
- Rawr.Retribution: Crit Depression calculations adjusted per latest testing in-game. (4.8% are no longer forced hits) Wrath of Air Totem is now a relevant buff. Corrections to calculations for rotational changes under 20% hp and during heroism made. Swift Retribution and Heart of the Crusader talents will automatically turn this buff on for you.
- Rawr.Enhance: Crit Depression calculations adjusted per latest testing in-game. (4.8% are no longer forced hits)
- Rawr.Hunter: Shot rotations cleaned up.
- Rawr.Rogue: White attacks are no longer normalized, rupture should now have the correct duration. Model will now prioritize between rupture and SnD. Killing Spree (and Glyph of Killing Spree) now modeled. Deadly Poison application chance is now increased by Improved Poisons. Multiple other talents modeled or fixed.
- Rawr.ShadowPriest: Glyph of Dispersion is now modeled correctly. DoT effects which are subject to haste now have a decimal duration displayed. Nibelung should now be modeled correctly.

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Fantastic release. I have only tested it on my Druid (Bear/Kitty & Moon) and so far it has been solid. Excellent work. My only request is that I run Rawr via linux through Mono. Is there any chance that there would be a linux native release in the future? That would rule for those of us that prefer open source and are not using Windows. Keep up the good work!
by molotof on Mar 14, 2010 at 10:52 PM
As a Warlock, I'm always deeply embarrassed by the rudeness of other Locks on this thread. THANKYOU for your work, devs - please ignore the other Locks: you are doing a great service to the community at your own cost, and - regardless of what others think - you don't owe any of us anything! This is still an excellent if imprecise tool for Locks, particularly when used in conjunction with SimCraft.
by BaronFraser on Mar 14, 2010 at 9:37 AM
I'm helping test the warlock module right now. Although it's only about 1/4 of the way actually built, that 1/4 looks great. The rest is coming along in due time. Warlocks, please be patient.
by midnightlynx on Mar 11, 2010 at 1:09 AM
This was in Issue Tracker 2 days after this version's release and then again in Discussions 2 days after that. A good trick is to pop "Hunter" in the forum search for both and always see what's recent first. Rotations aside, this was a very good release.
by Dyzek on Mar 10, 2010 at 4:08 PM
Something is broke very bad with 2.3.11 for my MM Hunter. .10 version was showing about 3.2K DPS, now it shows 1.1K?!! Weird. Love the product though...
by Tialiden on Mar 10, 2010 at 2:28 AM
Excellent work, but need more work on Elemental module. The 4T10 bonus is not yet included
by Zhamon on Mar 8, 2010 at 6:34 PM
Sorry, don't speak english, i'll try my best. Overall this product is excellent. You know that, warlock module is totaly useless. The rogue module seems to have a problem also, cause when i change my rotation, my dps doesn't change at all. Didn't try all modules, but seems to be a good work on mage, paladin, priest, druid and hunter. Some weird result with the MP5 in the shaman module
by Xan86 on Mar 6, 2010 at 8:39 AM
Guys, I know the warlock module is a work in progress, and it hasn't worked properly since 2.3.4, but could you at least include that working module with updated libraries in new releases while you work on this?
by wishfulwarlock on Mar 5, 2010 at 6:15 PM
Excellent work on the 3.3.3 modeling. And, definitely love the improved load times for profiles from the armory :)
by Jaiie on Mar 1, 2010 at 5:31 PM
Excellent as always. Agree with the faster load times. And I'm liking the tuning of the Mages. Need to look at Paladin a bit more (heal and ret).
by Theryon on Mar 1, 2010 at 1:33 PM
This version is a huge technical improvement over 2.3.10! I'm seeing faster loading times, talent pictures (they weren't appearing in 2.3.10), and improved accuracy and options for individual modules. I think your 3.3.3 modeling for Fire Mages is right on target. Keep up the good work!
by HopOnPop on Mar 1, 2010 at 12:15 AM
Loading of this version is very quick, and loading/populating my characters was quicker than any previous release! Overall quick and stable so far! Other reviewers need to be aware that this space is to rate the program itself and not the individual modules. Thank you much for this effort. It has helped me become a better, far more informed player.
by electric_x on Feb 27, 2010 at 7:29 PM
As usual, and excellent product overall, with the understanding that some class modules are still a work in progress.
by Taralas on Feb 27, 2010 at 6:21 PM
Is anyone else having trouble extracting the file? I have never had this problem before. It says "Error reading file" when I go to extract it.
by Isis86 on Feb 27, 2010 at 5:54 PM
What is with the Lock module? When can one count on it? Please, give us some information! Otherwise a great application.
by 7rinak3r on Feb 27, 2010 at 5:42 PM