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EHP and DPS now on Diablo3Ladders.ComPosted 13 Nov 2012 by
There are now two new figures included in each of your character profiles on Diablo3Ladders. You’ll see below each item equipped a figure and percentage. DPS indicates the Damage Per Second contributed by that item and the percentage to your overall DPS. The EHP shows the Effective Health Pool/Effective Hit Points that item contributes to your total EHP (how much damage the character can take before dying).
You can also see both of these combined in the stat column on the left that totals all statistics and shows your local and world position as regards that stat. Incidentally, if you click on the ranking it displays you in that ladder and highlights your character.
Check out revigres’s level 60 (100) monk to see how that looks.
There is a ranking ladder for both of these which you can reach via the Global Stats button at the top of the site. So you can browse all the Unbuffed DPS and EHP rankings or just US or EU now too..
In your account profile you’ll now see listed any custom groups you have joined. You can see what that looks like in shadowless’s profile.
A requested feature was the ability to remove some characters when you joined a group and this has been added giving you the choice of which characters you want to actually appear in groups you join.
And finally, a small but important system is the ability to retrieve a lost password. Yes, I know, it’s a standard thing but somehow it was overlooked on the initial release but it’s there now so rejoice indeed.