Both https://classic.wowhead.com/spell=8038/ ... so-ability and https://classic.wowhead.com/spell=8030/ ... gue-weapon are affected by spell power (10%, *someone correct me if I'm wrong - with source*), however, at low levels you won't have any. That being said, you can do some quick math and figure out the PPM (proc per minute) or proc rate of your effect on a weapon.

*Remember, Blizzard never released any specific number, so this is a number that has been "reversed" by other players.*

You have a 2.0 Attack Speed weapon. Multiply 2.0 by 15 = 30. You have a 30% chance to proc whatever is in your hands.

The slower the weapon, the higher the proc chance.

You have a 3.6 Attack Speed weapon. 3.6 * 15 = 54% chance to proc.

From here you can compare damage between, we'll say: https://classic.wowhead.com/spell=8038/ ... so-ability and https://classic.wowhead.com/spell=8030/ ... gue-weapon

We'll guess and say https://classic.wowhead.com/spell=8030/ ... gue-weapon (Rank 3) deals an average of 15 damage a hit. Because it's guaranteed, your 2.0 attack speed weapon deals 450 fire damage every 30 attacks, or 450 per minute.

Now, https://classic.wowhead.com/spell=8038/ ... so-ability (Rank 2) on your 2.0 has a 30% chance to proc. That means, at 30% chance to proc - you'll proc 9 times every 30 swings. This means your 2.0 attack speed weapon will deal 477 damage every 30 attacks, or 477 per minute. Or if you're lazy and want a less statistical answer, (.3*30)=9.

It just depends on your weapon. My two on the matter? **Paladins rule, Shamans drool.**

**US**Ret or Holy Pali LF Guild - DM me