In graphs, as a single dps figure is VERY misleading. Before: After: Both times I used glyphs and had bst, bard, shaman and berserker all in same group, plus auspice out of group. Sync on 2nd one wasn't as sharply defined. Our strategy is wall pin (so rear arc entire time apart from the rear emote one, which we didn't get on 2nd go); wait for first emote before burning just incase it's run away. We had 1 run away both times, near end each time. So all things considered they're as comparable as can be. It's hard to see the average dps during the full sync + burn phase, but it looks like something like 330k before and 400k after. I also have (less clearly parsed) noticed a significant jump in the purple golem burn too. I'm more interested to see that the sustained portion (knifeplay long duration disc basically) looks to have gone up too, as I was less sure how much of that is flat +pierce-damage and how much was a function of AC. Anyway, forget about the huge jump in actual event dps. That's simply because we had a more full raid tonight making the event shorter (as well as more dps due to AC change of course).