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Postby d503 » Sat Nov 08, 2008 12:30 am

towelliee wrote:So when WWS says I have 247k healing from JoL thats effective correct?


I can guarantee you that on a fight like Archi (where the raid tries to avoid taking dmg, and if they're good, does avoid it!), you're gonna have alot of overheal...

Even on Naj'entus, I had ~60% overheal from my 130k JoL, but it still contributed the most TPS of all of my abilities (22% TPS)...

See: http://maintankadin.failsafedesign.com/ ... hp?t=15904
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Postby Belarkan » Sat Nov 08, 2008 2:25 am

d503 wrote:
towelliee wrote:So when WWS says I have 247k healing from JoL thats effective correct?


I can guarantee you that on a fight like Archi (where the raid tries to avoid taking dmg, and if they're good, does avoid it!), you're gonna have alot of overheal...

Even on Naj'entus, I had ~60% overheal from my 130k JoL, but it still contributed the most TPS of all of my abilities (22% TPS)...

See: http://maintankadin.failsafedesign.com/ ... hp?t=15904


On my najentus, JoL did around 500 HpS while I was wearing my ret set (2100 AP unbuff).

I'll try to do some test to
1) see wether or not the heal modifier for paladin is still 0.25
2) see wether the 1.43 modifier applies to JoL
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