Comments posted to our Dark Souls 3 Wiki
By Anonymous
This doesn't have havels ring +3 and ring of favour +3
By Anonymous
Constructive criticism: The layout is really bad.
By Anonymous
Please help me I have a clerical build I would like to find a helmet a bodice of gsmbali and gloves that weigh 27 in total. This armor, however, I wish it had so much physical defense only that interests me.
By Anonymous
Don't work
By Anonymous
Imagine being this braindead
By Anonymous
how can you even imagine it?
By Anonymous
There is that field of entry for numbers for physical and MFLD that one can adjust to ones liking. My question is what does 'minimums' and 'weights' mean and what is the way it is meant work how you need it to. When selecting Just Physicals quick enter option for example the number 1 shows up on Physical, Strike, Slash, and Thrust in the in the Weights column. Does it make a difference if you put in other numbers besides 1 to get more accurate results? Like 2 in Slash and 1 in every other physical entry?
By Anonymous
The weight system is just how important each defence stat is. So, if you put 1 in everything and 2 in slash then you'll have more slash resistance than anything else (I usually use 1-5 in each category)
By Anonymous
Pus Kucing
By Anonymous
Is there directions on how to use this? Examples?
By Anonymous
First you enter the amount of weight you want (example: 0.699 is just below 70%) then you enter the weight of your weapons (example: 15.0 on right hand 1) same for your left hand, then enter the amount of results you want, it could be 1, it could be 20. That’s basically it
By Anonymous
Look, I get that this is a free tool, but... it's really bad. As in user-unfriendly, bordering on user-hostile bad. "MFLDs", "Average Physical", "Weight Fraction Goals"... WHAT ARE YOU EVEN TALKING ABOUT!? No matter what I type in, it doesn't seem to match up with what my inventory shows...

I feel bad for criticizing something that obviously took a lot of time to make, but if there's no user guide or faq, if the actual USE of the tool is so unintuitive that people can't get the requested information out of it... what's even the point?
By Anonymous
HUGE TIP: If you're wearing Prisoner's Chain, take it off first and then enter the Vitality value without it, then put it back on. The optimizer doesn't subtract the extra VIT levels that Prisoner's Chain gives even when you select it as a ring (it only uses that to note down the weight of the ring, so make sure its selected anyway).

This is what was messing up the values and constantly giving me equipment above the 69.9% weight ratio. Also, "Weight Fraction Goals" = what equipment load ratio you want. 0.699 is the max before you fat roll. I don't know why the idiot who made this didn't set it as a percentage value to make it easier, but its a decimal so remember to put 0.699 not 69.9
By Tokin
I see a bunch of people confused about how to use this, so I hope it helps.

1. Enter your vitality total.
2. Add the total weight of each equipped left and right-hand weapons/shields/charms/etc.
3. Select your rings from the drop-down menus.
4. Enter your total "Poise" - If any items you are using provide extra poise, add it to this total.
5. Hit "Run"