To generate the data, I'm using SimulationCraft and its standard profiles with my own tool, which is called Bloodytrinkets. All limitations applying to SimulationCraft apply to these graphs as well.
Yes-ish - for a rough overview. Your own equipment, legendaries and talents change the value of items and traits for your character. Therefore, simming your own character is the most effective way to know which performs best. The easiest way to do so is by heading to RAIDBOTS, which uses SimulationCraft for you.
Because not using a second trinket is unrealistic and the stat/damage loss might be able to somehow affect other trinkets. I'm aware that many trinkets are able to affect each other and my hope is that a versatility stat stick affects all trinkets for all specs roughly equally. If you have other thoughts or ideas, please let me know.
Because there are some sad souls out there, who just got their first or second legendary and got that trinket. For everyone else: the legendary trinket doesn't really compete with other trinkets but with other legendaries, because we're only allowed to equip two at the same time. So the "power" of this trinket is somewhat misleading, if you have to unequip a different legendary.
I chose beastlord because it's a standard add fight style in SimulationCraft and in my opinion currently allows the best look at m+ dungeons and very add heavy fights from all baseline fight styles. Please be aware that m+ trash fights are much shorter than the used time for these sims.
Because I can't stress the weaknesses of beastlord simulations enough. Beastlord simulations suffer from multiple weaknesses and their graphs should be taken with a huge boulder of salt. The standard profiles are most likely optimized for single target; itemwise (legendary effects and secondaries) and talentwise. As I don't change either it's very much possible that the results you see here, don't reflect the potential for your spec. In addition it's possible that the standard APL does not consider AoE fights. Make sure to check out your theorycrafters resources!
Because the graphs have enough entries as is, and the chance to get them are quite rare. Please simulate your own character with those trinkets yourself to see how well they perform.
Chances are, I simply overlooked it. Please contact me via SimCMinMax Discord (channel: #bloodytools) or GitHub - bloodmallet.github.io Issues and create an issue there. I'll make sure to add it to the programm and therefore will add it with the next redoing of the charts to the website.
Because I wrote this automatation tool (GitHub - Bloodytrinkets) and like to run it. And I figured...why not share the results?
Please use the issue system of the repository for this website. GitHub - bloodmallet.github.io Issues
The easiest way would be to join the SimCMinMax Discord. Head to the #bloodytools channel. Writing there will make sure that I'll see it. My nickname is Bloodmallet(EU)#8246.
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