Hey fellow Brewmasters, I have a couple questions regarding analyzing my logs for a fight.
I am currently raid leader and MT for our 10M guild, and we are currently 5/6 MSV and 1/6 HoF. We'd been stuck on Elegon for a long time (go figure we finally downed him on the 2nd after about 3 tries), so in order to take a closer look, I had one of our mages (Juddory) download and run logs for our runs. Naturally, we forgot to turn it on for our Elegon kill but after 1 try of Will we remembered to turn it on.
I've been lurking through these forums rather frequently and commenting when I can, and I've gleaned that 85%+ shuffle time is a good number to shoot for. As a Brewmaster first, how do I manipulate what the data is showing to find out certain things (such as the aforementioned shuffle uptime) that I am doing? What are some key things I need to look for? How do I spot any red flags?
If anyone can speak to analyzing from a raid leader point of view using the same line of questioning (key things to look for, red flags, etc.), it would be much appreciated as well.
I know there are some difficult fights ahead of us (Garalon, Amber-shaper, Empress), so I'd really like to use this tool to our advantage and hopefully decrease the amount of time we spend on these bosses.
Here is our Raid Comp:
Kyôshi - MT (myself)
Iridis - OT (MT for single tank fights, I go WW spec) Prot Pally
Hypershark - Frost DK
Shadowsprite - Rogue
Juddory - Mage
Annexation - Ele Shaman
Allbymyselfz - Hunter
Rain - Holy Priest
Mandarr - Resto/Feral Druid
Krygon - Holy Paladin
And our logs from our most recent raid evening:
I'm not too specifically worried about our Will attempts, as we almost cleared the whole place in a single evening and only had about 5 tries before our raid ended, and after beating our heads against Elegon for so long I'm fairly confident we can down Will in a few tries on our next raid time. Thanks in advance for any help and advice!