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10-13-2008 @ 1:13PM
What happens if Improved Holy Concentration (45% chance on crit to Clearcast-no mana cost Gheal, Flash, etc) and Surge of Light (50% for a free no mana cost instant Flash heal) proc off the same crit?If you cast a Flash Heal first does that eat up the Surge of Light proc for a free instant cast, then you still have a free GHeal or Flash heal from the Clearcasting? Then the third heal after that is still with the 30% haste?Or if you cast a Gheal first, that could only use the Clearcasting proc, so its a free 30% haste Gheal. Then you cast a Flash heal, would that use the Surge of Light proc for a free instant Flash? Then is there still another heal left where we can use the 30% haste benefit left over from the Clearcasting?Do the two never proc at the same time? Seems like they may interfere with each other so we don't get the full benefit of one or the other.If this has been discussed somewhere previously, please point me there.
10-13-2008 @ 1:52PM
Sparkinator: Great question! This is from my experience at level 80. I believe it will be the same at level 70:Let's assume you have Surge of Light up and an Improved Holy Concentration Proc along with Clear Cast.Procs will not override each other (although there is an exception).If you cast a Flash Heal, it will eat Surge of Light because thats what it checks for first. Clearcast will still be available. The heal after that will be free (Greater Heal or Flash Heal or Binding Heal). Doing so will also eat up one of your Improved Holy Conc procs (down to 1 charge of Holy Concentration).The next direct heal will then activate the final Holy Concentration.Scenarios with all Surge, Clearcast, and Imp Holy Conc up:Flash Heal (Surge activated, instant and free Flash)Greater Heal (Clearcast and Imp Holy Conc x 1)Greater Heal (Imp Holy Conc x 2)Let's reverse it:Greater Heal (Clearcast, Imp Holy conc x 1)Flash Heal (Surge activated, instant and free Flash)Greater Heal (Imp Holy Conc x 2)I hope this help clears it up!
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