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10-05-2010 @ 4:32PM
I have a question about the interaction of Chain Heal and Deep Healing, if it has been answered before feel free to link to a post or ignore me. How does Deep Healing apply to each hop of Chain Heal? Is it individually, where each bounce gets its own Deep Healing modifier, or calculated once at the beginning of the spell? Since Chain Heal heals for a percentage of the first heal, would you double dip from healing all low health targets, i.e., the first heal benefits from Deep Healing, and then the second heal is calculated based on the higher amount, but is also increased by the Deep Healing coefficient on that target? Am I over thinking this?
10-05-2010 @ 4:47PM
That is a good question, and one that requires a big answer. Check back next week and I'll have a more in-depth answer as to how Deep Healing goes along with our spells.
10-05-2010 @ 8:15PM
Deep healing says it Increases the potency of your direct healing, isnt the jumps in chain heal indirect heals?
10-05-2010 @ 9:27PM
@youwrite2me It's called a "direct heal" as opposed to a Periodic heal. Chain lightning is a direct damage spell, even on the second target.Then there are spells like Riptide, which are both.
10-12-2010 @ 12:28PM
If Deep Healing affects the healing of your first heal on CH then it will indirectly afftect every just after. CH jumps are proportionatly less each jump based on how much the first heal does, right? If that's the case, if the first heal hits harder, the others will subsequently hit harder even tho their effectiveness is cut by 40% of the previous heal. no?
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