Healproc mechanics

Kresslak
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Postby Kresslak » Nov 15, 2017 08:34

Hey,

anyone got more info to this?

After a bit of testing with red (lvl49) healproc, we found out that the proc modifiers (master of healing, wild healing) only work on the owner of these RA.
A cleric with moh2 procs this proc at 162(not sure about exactly value), with wild healing it can also crit. The value w/o any ra is even constant at 157 around i think.
Minstrel for example has no ra modifiers, and the proc value is like a class without healingspec and has according to that a big variance. Procs from 54 to 120 around.
Necropet has very high chance to proc that (pet damage table?), no healing RA effects the proc buffed by cleric, but its constantly on 157, with 20% relic bonus its 188.

Idk what happens when, for example a friar gets this proc buffed and has moh and wh on a higher lvl. Would be interesting to know.
Even how this works on pets. Cuz only interesting part is to try to buff this procvalue for a servant necro.

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Postby Spivo » Nov 15, 2017 09:18

The healproc is "owned" by the one who has it on him after it has been cast.
Each hit makes the owner heal himself by said amount, would not even be supprised if the heals also generated agro for the owner.

When heretics came out, it did not take long for people to figure out the Zombie-Rez could be "abused" by casting it on RR10 casters with maxed out damage RA's.
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Postby Kresslak » Nov 15, 2017 10:39

so what happens if i use +75 piety on minstrel or necro and aug acu?

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Postby Spivo » Nov 15, 2017 11:07

Very interesting question, very...

Will need to check myself.
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Postby silenced » Nov 15, 2017 13:24

Kresslak wrote:so what happens if i use +75 piety on minstrel or necro and aug acu?


Piety should not affect amount healed, only your powerpool for Cleric. Minstrel/Cleric does also not profit from Acuity buff, that was added later.
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Postby Spivo » Nov 15, 2017 13:27

That is true, forgot about that.
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Postby Ilerget » Nov 15, 2017 16:03

iirc acuity buff affect only cloth casters
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