I'm certain Tim's chart considered ele effectiveness for paladins. I don't think paladin damage would be anywhere near the other classes without type effectiveness. I didn't do an updated chart because didn't think it was worth doing. Maybe I'll do one soon. Rather than making new charts, I'm looking forward to doing controlled runs at krexel eye 2 to investigate the accuracy of the calculations. Not too long ago, when I was frustrated at my shadower's damage, I decided to compare my hero against my shadower. By some coincidence, or not, my 9.8k shad and 11.2k hero took exactly the same time to kill eye 2, in 23mins 40seconds (using stoppers). I tried to video record the run but due to some settings problem, it wasn't recorded properly. What I did with the results were to put my range on my calculator and look at what the calculator predicts and the difference between actual and synthetic calculation. The calculator predicted near equal DPS, around 189k, for both classes (as far as I can remember) and was indeed accurate since both completed eye2 in the same time. Also the actual DPS was ~7-8% less than the synthetic calculation, from 189k to 176k. I think this was a rather good sign that my calculator was accurate for heroes and shads as being 7% off seemed like a reasonable gap if we consider that the calculator does not consider defence of the monster and other idle time like rebuffing... But if I could reproduce these tests for other classes, and get an approximately similar result, I think it could give further credit to the accuracy of the calculator. Maybe after that I would consider making another set of charts. P.S. I'm gonna be making a couple of generalisation and opinions here, please don't take offence. To anybody looking at these charts and making a decision on a new character based on dps, my recommendation would be a male night lord. Gears are also f***ing cheap when compared to other classes statwise. If you are a rebel and don't mind missing out on alchemist, play Corsair. If you are a new player, and can't afford to wash much, play a warrior/shadower/bucc. If you want to play a support role, and can wash hp somewhat, but would likely have little funds to upgrade gears, play a marksman. Or a bowmaster if you think you are playing for the endgame If you like to play solo or be an unkillable endgame boss, play as a washed shadower. Shadowers are actually incredible at solo because they aren't affected by party buffs much and are incredibly tanky. If you love your favourite class, just play your favourite class. Gone are the days when I would actually treat buccs/shads as half an attacker. There really aren't any exceptionally bad attacker class except single target mages lul.