Something more cane up when calculating bleed DMG:
I use a chakram, wheras the BWD should be 60 (?).
Item level is set to 100, and quality to +25% (obviously). This gives me a chakram with BWD = (60)(1+100/20)(Max(1(100/20))) = 7800 if I'm not too far off from the codex.
If bleed damage is equal to 100% of BWD, 7.8k is my base bleed DoT (not including multiplicators such as bleed bms or durarion etc.)
To make my question from earlier more clear, is this the right way to calculate bleed? Ofc we have to add up the multipliers later on, though.
Or, does ED compliment to bleed as well? And multi/ekstra attacks for chakrams should really increase the bleeding, if ofc its the MH dmg that provides bleed.
Bottom line from my sloppy English writing: is it MH damage or BWD that sets the standard for bleed?