Answers to some commonly asked questions about the app.


Is it accurate?

Yes. QE Live should be just as accurate as your spec spreadsheets are. Suspicious results are reported and inaccurate results are quickly fixed. If you’d like clarification on the traits selected I’m more than happy to go over your result with you. DM me on discord at Voulk#1858. No tool is perfect and you should always keep your common sense about you but accuracy is ultimately the number one priority here.


Do you support X spec?

All healer specs are supported, though Disc Priest is still in a limited beta testing.


Is DPS considered or just healing?

Most of the app is focused on maximising healing however Trinkets have full DPS support and there are some DPS-focused Azerite optimizations that are selectable for Resto Druid and Disc Priest. There are more coming.


Is this a sim? I was told you can’t sim healing?

It isn’t a sim. A sim creates an imaginary fight and calculates the value of each trait in that imaginary fight. That works quite well for DPS because their goal is always to maximize damage. Sometimes there are multiple targets or burst windows and a DPS sim can account for all of those excellently. There are many more factors to consider when healing. Our spell rotation, number of co-healers, comp makeup and raid skill all vary on a person to person basis. That means that your fights often end up vastly different than anything you could try and simulate. Instead, QE Live takes your actual attempts via warcraftlogs and analyzes the value of each trait or trinket on the logs given. It’s using your rotation, it has your co-healers and it knows exactly who likes to stand in the fire. It’s much more accurate than a sim.


I would like to give you money. Please advise.

Oh, thank you. The site does have a patreon. Supporters get bonuses in QE Live like:

  • Beta access to the new stuff before it launches to the public. This includes stuff like new specs, new modules and more.
  • The ability to add a couple of extra items to Azerite and Trinket compares.
  • My immense gratitude.

You can find it here.