Cindy DPS Tracker

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Cindy is a DPS tracker for PC, made by our very own Scott (talk)! He has put in tons of effort to make you a DPS parser that is amazing.

Fun Fact: Cindy was named after Cinderella due to her breaking after midnight in the early stages of development.


Local Leaderboard

This lets you track yourself and anyone you party with locally, and creates a local leaderboard based on all observed scores, and on which boss the high scores were achieved.

Currently, only scores from shard dungeons are tracked, and you need to have Cindy running.

Player History

Want to look up a previous fight (form a different day/month/year) to see how you did? You can! As long as you had Cindy installed and running, that data is captured for your later review.

You can view your old logs by choosing the log file in the top-right corner.


Cindy's DPS graph.

Cindy has data rich graphs that allow you to pinpoint when you started the fight, where your DPS peaks are, and how you did compared to other players involved in the fight.

You can switch between a few display modes:

  • Damage per second
  • Heal per second
  • Hits per second
  • Damage per hit

Auto Launch

If you often forget to turn on your DPS parser (like we do), you can chose to have Cindy automatically open and run in the background when you start your PC.

Cool Kids Mode

Enjoy having a little extra fun with Boss names? You can turn this on and fight Flubber!

  • Warning: This feature has some explicit names and is recommended for only users over 18 years of age.

Global Leaderboard

The Global DPS Leaderboards.

This allows you to compete for the top spot in Orbus, against all other PCVR users!

The leaderboard shows the high scores for each class, and the combined leaderboard gives each player a combined rank based on their high scores for all classes.

Global Leaderboard Rankings

Submitting Scores

Any scores submitted to the leaderboard have to be done in the player house on one of the dummies on the third floor (you can either use the boss dummies or the small scarecrow dummies), and are averaged over a period of 150 seconds.

To submit a score, go to the Contest mode. After pressing the button, you have 20 seconds to start the fight. After 150 seconds, your score is automatically submitted to the leaderboard. Failing to damage the dummy for a few seconds will cancel the progress, and no score will be submitted.

Scott has put together a wonderful video tutorial on how to use Cindy's Leaderboard here.

In-Depth Analysis

For any score submitted to the leaderboard, it tries to figure out which attacks were used and provides additional statistics, which can help you monitor your progress and identify where you can improve.


You can download the newest version of Cindy here.

Need Help?

If you need help getting set up, you can hop over to the DPS discord and we will do our best to help you out.

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