Thread: Paladin SOC

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    Paladin SOC

    Hi, i just wanted to know if SoC was a proc chance or just a fix PPM ?

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    "PPM" does not exist in vanilla, just proc chance. SoC's proc chance scales with weapon speed, slower weapons have higher proc chances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon5123 View Post
    "PPM" does not exist in vanilla, just proc chance.
    Man, the level of confidence ignorant people have is truly, truly astounding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon5123 View Post
    "PPM" does not exist in vanilla, just proc chance. SoC's proc chance scales with weapon speed, slower weapons have higher proc chances.
    The irony that you say PPM doesn't exist and then literally say it's proc chance scales with Weapon speed which is exactly what PPM is for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Kami Dende View Post
    The irony that you say PPM doesn't exist and then literally say it's proc chance scales with Weapon speed which is exactly what PPM is for.
    Shh. Shh... You're ruining the joke that is he.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon5123 View Post
    "PPM" does not exist in vanilla, just proc chance. SoC's proc chance scales with weapon speed, slower weapons have higher proc chances.
    Yes it does. Seal of Crusader processes 7 times per minute. It will process more if your wep speed is slower than 3.5.

    If your wep speed is faster than 3.5 you use SoR, if its slower you use SoC. Because PPM is a thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beazy View Post
    Yes it does. Seal of Crusader processes 7 times per minute. It will process more if your wep speed is slower than 3.5.

    If your wep speed is faster than 3.5 you use SoR, if its slower you use SoC. Because PPM is a thing.
    "PPM" is just an easier way of explaining how the scaling proc chance works. You are not guaranteed 7 procs every minute, and I've gotten more procs than that in the span of a minute.
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    95% chance to proc when it will overkill your target

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    Thank you everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LedZeppelin View Post
    95% chance to proc when it will overkill your target
    And about nil when you really, really desperately need that burst.

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    As others have said it's set to 7 PPM. Best to use on a slower weapon so those "7" procs do more dmg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anon5123 View Post
    "PPM" does not exist in vanilla, just proc chance. SoC's proc chance scales with weapon speed, slower weapons have higher proc chances.
    i think what he means is that blizz in later expansions put proc limits on trinkets/abilities and that SoC can proc more or less depending on luck and isnt a limited # based on design

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellieg View Post
    As others have said it's set to 7 PPM. Best to use on a slower weapon so those "7" procs do more dmg.
    To add on to this heres an example.

    4 sec attack speed weapon. 60 seconds / 4 sec = 15 swings a minute.

    7/15 = .4667 or 46.67% chance to proc it.

    2 sec attack speed. 60 / 2 sec = 30 swings

    7/30 = .2333 or 23.33% chance to proc it.

    Because the faster swing weapon will proc it about 1 in ever 4 swings instead of about 1 in every 2 swings like the slower weapon, it's better to use a different seal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor Funkenstein View Post
    Man, the level of confidence ignorant people have is truly, truly astounding.
    I think he meant RPPM doesn't exist in Vanilla

    Of course,PPM always exists due to the way it works,but he's right on saying that RPPM doesn't exist

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