First time poster her, but I believe I have a king candidate.
Level 1 human Scout.
Multiclass ranger two blade warrior, wield carrikals in each hand.
Feats: two blade warrior; Weapon Focus(axe)
This build assumes combat advantage, via flanking.
Dex (20) +5
To Hit: Dex(5) + Prof(2) + Charge(1) +CA(2) = 10(must roll a 5 to hit) 1-4 = 20% miss chance
Damage: d8(b2) + dex(5) + Spinning axe mastery(2) + aspect of the lurking spider (2) + weapon focus (1) = average 15.5 Crit 18
First attack, .75 chace to hit + .05 to crit second attack .70 to hit, .05 to crit. = (11.625 + .9) + (10.85 + .9) = 24.275 dpr using only melee basic attacks and at wills. obviously this could be increased somewhat for 1 round, using the encounter power.
I too am rather new to the DPR deal but I was told it's based on 6 rounds of attacks and most encounters and dailies aren't factored in. The goal is determine the maximum of your lowest damage range, if I understand it correctly.
The goal is to find how much damage you can consistently put out every round, without reliance on encounter or daily powers which become expended...
For instance, using Hurricane of Blades (Barbarian encounter attack, lvl27) produces big numbers, but cannot be used every round of every battle. Thus, while you can figure out what kind of damage you can expect when you use this power, this figure does not qualify for Damage per Round.
On the other hand, the Stormwarden Lvl 12 encounter utility is a stance, and usuable every round of every fight, and thus you will find the bonus from that power figured into a Stormwarden's Damage per round.
The math involved in calculating DPR is generally useful to find what one can expect from any particular power, but DPR is it's own distinct figure.
I don't mean to squash you here, and I haven't done more than glance at your build, but there are rules regarding the assumption of CA and Charging on the first page of the thread. What's more, Borg has been noticeably absent, of late. He could show up at any time though so, while I wouldn't hold my breath for immediate feedback or admission to the index of this thread, it's still a fair place to post the build, and maybe somebody with more math savvy than myself could offer you feedback...
Actually yes, there are rules, he specifically states that if you need to charge or have CA, that it will be mentioned next to your submission in the list.
Now for version 2, bigger better, with more Math!
It occurred to me, that I was missing something in my math there, specifically i needed to hit with the MBA in order to get the dual attack, and that was not factored in. Easy enough to do, but it lowers my DPR to 22.605. That simply will not do.
Here is a little something I've been working on. A DPR build. Not really intended for play as is, but you can tweak things around a little to adjust down to how you want to use it. Also this guy has a lot of gear (like the OP) not all of it is expected to be used, but they can do different things. So I left them on there to show some options. First: DPR Calculator
FEATS Level 1: Ancient Soul Level 2: Nusemnee's Atonement Level 4: Draconic Spellcaster Level 6: Daunting Breath Level 8: Cyclone Warrior Level 10: Dragonclaw Mark Level 11: War Wizardry Level 12: Thundering Breath Level 14: Resounding Thunder - Technically DPR Kings only cares about single target, so if I could drop this for more damage I totally would. Problem is I don't see another damage dealer that does as much. Level 16: Hurl Breath - It seems like I should be able to drop this, but I can't, so I won't. Level 18: Draconic Arrogance Level 20: Echoes of Thunder Level 21: Powerful Breath Level 22: Sorcerous Flux - Useless due to different PP. Can be replaced with Arcane Admixture Level 24: Oncoming Storm - Over the +hit needed for DPR Kings, can be replaced with Burning Breath. Both add together for a total of + ~5 DPR for the total round. Level 26: Mark of Storm Level 28: Empowered Dragon Breath Level 30: Trusted Spellcasting
For our purposes, this section is pointless.
ITEMS - Batman's tool belt would be ashamed, this is a list to choose from, not a list to have everything from.
Arkhosian Scepter +6, Ring of the Dragonborn Emperor (paragon tier), Ring of the Radiant Storm (paragon tier), Thunderwave Staff +6, Queen's Staff +6, Ring of Free Time (epic tier) (4), Robe of the Archfiend Cloth Armor (Basic Clothing) +6, Trollhide Bracers (epic tier), Wyrmtouched Amulet +6, Robe of Defying Storms Cloth Armor (Basic Clothing) +6, Great Hero's Gauntlets (epic tier), Gloves of the Wandering Star (paragon tier), Lightning Dagger +6, Sash of Regeneration (epic tier), Stone of Storms (paragon tier), Crown of the Brilliant Sun (paragon tier), Fey Warrior's Boots (epic tier), Many-Fingered Gloves (paragon tier), Mummified Hand (epic tier), Ring of Invigoration (paragon tier), Spark Slippers (paragon tier), Flame Bracers (epic tier), Bracelet of the Radiant Storm (paragon tier)
Here is how this all breaks down:
First lets assume you are drowning in a pool of pp and can afford the mummified hand / Ring of time x4 combo
Damage: Empowered Breath – 3d10 Strength Mod (Dragon Magic Class Feature) – 10 Level Adjustment (Dragon Magic Class Feature – 4 Argentum Alliance - 2d6 Powerful Breath (Strength) – 10 Draconic Spellcaster – 3 Dragonclaw Mark – 10 Draconic Arrogance – 10 Gifts for the Queen (Queen's Staff, Crown of the Brilliant Sun, Spark Slippers)* – 3 Arkhosian Scepter – 6
Total before Forced movement: 3d10 +2d6 + 56 Spark Slippers (Charisma Modifier) – 7*3 = 21
Total After forced movement: 3d10+2d6+77
Average Hit: 3*(5.5) + 2*(3.5) + 77 = 100.5 Crit Damage: 119 +3d6 Crit Average: 129.5 Miss Average: 50.25
Thus DPR for my initial breath is: Breath 1 +40 vs Reflex = 10% miss, 5% crit
(Chance to Hit – Chance to Crit)*(Damage hit) +(Chance to crit)(damage crit)+(Damage Miss)(Chance to Miss) = (.85)*(100.5) + (.05)(129.5) + (.1)(50.25) = 85.425 + 6.475 + 5.025 = 96.925 DPR
After the initial breath all breaths for the remainder of the encounter (assuming you keep your mouth open) are at +3 hit [Avatar of Io (+2) and Oncoming Storm (+1)] and +5 damage [Avatar of Io (+2) and Echoes of Thunder (+3)].
This changes things for breath to into this formula with these values:
Average Hit: 3*(5.5) + 2*(3.5) + 77 + 5= 105.5 Crit Average: 134.5 Average Miss: 52.75
(Chance to Hit – Chance to Crit)*(Damage hit) +(Chance to crit)(damage crit)+(Damage Miss)(Chance to Miss) = (.9)*(105.5) + (.05)(134.5) +(.05)(52.75) = 94.95 + 6.725 + 2.6375 = 104.3125 DPR
Now remember this is all as a minor action, so lets take those values and kick them up a notch. Your initial turn will have you dealing 305.55 DPR. Every turn after that will have you dealing 312.9375 DPR
If you get a milestone this damage really skyrockets. 4 Rings of Free time give you 4 extra minor actions. That adds up very very quickly. 7 breaths in one turn is 722.8 for your initial turn and 730.1875 DPR for every turn thereafter.
Also remember that all of this is being done as a big burst (Burst 3 in 10), not single target.
Without using the rings / Using your old rings from paragon until you get to a milestone makes you do a bit more damage on the non-milestone rounds. For this we assume you are not using any Rings of Free time (although you can still wear the gloves and get one without it being too terribly expensive) but instead are opting for 1x Ring of the Radiant Storm and 1x Ring of the Dragonborn Emperor.
First Breath: Total After forced movement (See above): 3d10+2d6+77 Average Hit: 3*(5.5)+ 5 (Ring of Dragonborn Emperor) + 2.86 (Ring of Radiant)+ 2*(3.5) + 77 = 108.36 Crit: 119 +3d6 + 5 (Ring of Dragonborn Emp) Crit Average: 129.5 + 5 (Ring of Dragonborn Emp) Miss: 50.25 +2.5 (Ring of Dragonborn Emp) + 1.93 (Ring of Radiant Storm)
(Chance to Hit – Chance to Crit)*(Damage hit) +(Chance to crit)(damage crit)+(Damage Miss)(Chance to Miss) = (.85)*(108.36) + (.05)(134.5) + (.1)(52.75) = 92.106 + 6.725 + 5.275 = 104.106 DPR
Average Hit: 3*(5.5) +2.86 (Ring of Radiant) +5 (Ring of Dragonborn Emp)+ 2*(3.5) + 77 + 5(2ndbreath)= 113.36 Crit: 124 +3d6 + 5 (Ring of Dragonborn Emp) Crit Average: 134.5 +5 (Ring of Dragonborn Emp) Miss: 52.75 +2.5 (Ring of Dragonborn Emp) + 1.93 (Ring of Radiant Storm) = 57.18
(Chance to Hit – Chance to Crit)*(Damage hit) +(Chance to crit)(damage crit)+(Damage Miss)(Chance to Miss) = (.9)*(113.36) + (.05)(139.5) +(.05)(57.18) = 102.024 + 6.975 + 2.859 = 111.848 DPR
This gives us 327.802 for the initial round and 335.544 for all subsequent rounds.
Now, if you wanted to go Nova, switch to Ninefold PP and (possibly) go to Master of Moments EP and have one turn where you are pulling off 11 breaths in one turn. (3 normally, 1 free from ninefold, 3 from AP, 4 from Rings).
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