I can't give you a general answer; it depends on your build!
Zombie dog dmg is probably only useful if you go for a Tall Man's FInger build, otherwise they are tanks/distraction and/or leech life for you, so another stat would be more beneficial.
Gargantuan damage can be used for a fire/wrathful protector build for example, it deals tons of burst damage but is not very reliable atm due to the gargantuans pathing errors. Once this is fixed it might be more viable again. I used it during the beginning of the expansion to farm t2-t3 since not a lot of gear is needed to make it work.
If you use neither, it will probably be better to roll for something more beneficial depending on your current build.
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Jul 9, 2014Do you mind sharing the answer? I can't get my hands on these pants to find out myself and would like to include it here. Thanks!Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
Expected overhaul of the thread with next big patch btw. :-)
Jun 3, 2014More wall of text: http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/12091749472Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
Not as mathy, but definetly just as interesting.
May 26, 2014With this build the dogs are just there to take damage for you. If you get some life on hit I would go with that, I feel the extra 10% are okay but it is even better to have some life on hit on them, for versatility. If you have let's say 5k, each dog heals you for 5k on each hit which helps a lot.Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
For more survivability I think I would reroll your Piranha damage on chest and shoulders into vit. Piranhado is not really used to deal damage, you use it to group things up to be able to use acid cloud everything, I guess. The shoulders could actually be replaced by decent yellow ones if not for the set bonus which you aimed for. Your mask rolled well but doesn't have a "special effect", so once you find another helmet (helmets are really what make wd builds imo) you could easily change the shoulders, maybe for a well rolled yellow even.
I think if you go from there you will do t2 like a breeze and soon find other interesting items and upgrades.
May 24, 2014Mostobservations are from before 2.05 but probably still true:Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
-DoTs thatmimics cast will stop ticking when they disappear
-Skills that they use when you have them on your bar: Zombie charger, grasp of the dead, haunt, locust swarm, spirit barrage, soul harvest.(2.0.5: also rain of toads, Piranhas...) why don't you try for yourself? (No big cd abilities like bbv or mass confusion)
- They don't have a mana limit, thus they can spam expensive skills like zombie bears
- It has been reported that they even share your equip and proc your legendary affixes (thunderfury confirmed)
- if you use haunt with draining spirit, your mana regen will skyrocket as they cast it multiple times, allowing you to spam whatever spender you have
- pre 2.05 their damage was about a third of mine for each mimic
May 24, 2014This is probably due to the fact that there are many more variables to be considered when calculating damage. You can't just add x% elemental dmg and expect your fetishes to hit for x% more damage, that is not how it works...Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
I'm no math guy, but I guess it has something to do with additive and multiplicative factors in damage calculations. Look here: http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/topic/12412051196?page=1
May 16, 2014Groyal posted a message on Showcased Builds - Debo's Witch Doctor Guide compilationJust to point it out: I guess it's an error but all your helltooth builds are the same. And they don't use wall of zombies?Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
May 11, 2014Groyal posted a message on "Angry Chicken 2.0" - The Best, Fastest, Funniest build for bounties on T1(70)!!Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
Useless comment. It was clearly stated what this is supposed to be used for, if you don't like it keep it to yourself or be constructive, thank you.Quote from dOmdOm
Useless t1 build
I have also experimented with Angry Chicken in a physical build and came to a similar conclusion: a lot of fun and speeds up lower torment farming. Especially the fun part seems to be neglected often...
It's also fun with Mad Monarch's, as you are up in their face all the time anyways.
May 2, 2014Ok thanks, so my understanding was not wrong, just my numbers. It was reported somewhere that it takes the damage of 1 minute of the dot. That's where my calculation came from. With 30sec and 1 min it's basically the same.Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
Have you done math based on the damage you deal? I just want to get this right for the compendium I'm working on. As I said, saw people in other threads who claimed 6 piece JH takes 1 minute of the dots as a base. The most important thing is to understand that Quetz effectively doubles the damage for that set, but I'm still interested in getting that right.
Thanks for clearing that up!
Apr 26, 2014Yes, it does.Posted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
With my 20% fire 30% elite dmg SoJ my Gargantuan hits over 200mio crits with the right buffs (highest I have had was about 370mio dmg, actually).Elite damage: Definitely yes! Such as on the http://us.battle.net/d3/en/item/stone-of-jordan
Apr 26, 2014Groyal posted a message on PSA: Pirhanado does NOT proc Strongarm Bracers secondary effectPosted in: Witch Doctor: The Mbwiru Eikura
Wall of Zombies - Offensive Line. I use it all the time since I picked up the bracers with 30%. The good thing about wall is it also knocks back bigger minions that are not affected by other skills. Also I came to love this skill to block certain doors or hallways :-)Quote from FearAzrael
Does anything a WD can do proc it? I just tried Hex Chicken and it didnt look like it did.
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