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    Radiant Servant tree, tier 2. Having no cleric right now to test it, I am just wondering how well this ability works. How much does it heal for on your cleric? What feats/skills/abilities is it affected by? How often can you use it?

    I am thinking of splashing a couple of levels of cleric on one of my toons, and since this ability doesn't seem to be tied to cleric levels, I wonder if it could be a good complement to Rejuvenation Cocoon. Your help is greatly appreciated.

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    It doesn't appear to be affected by positive spell power or any metamagics. It heals around ten hp every two seconds. The duration is based on your heal skill.

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    Aww, that's pretty disappointing then. Thanks for the info

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    My pleasure! I have a melee build that uses a cleric aura, and I can see using divine healing on that character to give him a little healing over time bump, but am not sure if there are enough turn undead uses to justify using it on a party.

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    It can shine in less obvious ways, like the fact that it can be applied through doors and walls. Ever get locked out of a room, or had someone wander off and stupidly aggro more mobs than they can handle? That's mainly what I use it for when I have it. It isn't going to heal any raids, but it can be a tactical "oh s**t" button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlaviusMaximus View Post
    My pleasure! I have a melee build that uses a cleric aura, and I can see using divine healing on that character to give him a little healing over time bump, but am not sure if there are enough turn undead uses to justify using it on a party.
    Does it still have the following limitations?

    1. You can only use it on others, not yourself.
    2. The buff goes away when HP is topped off.

    The above limitations were what made it a useful at low levels only. If this has changed, then I can see it as being more viable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guardianx2009 View Post
    Does it still have the following limitations?

    1. You can only use it on others, not yourself.
    2. The buff goes away when HP is topped off.

    The above limitations were what made it a useful at low levels only. If this has changed, then I can see it as being more viable.
    1. you can use it on yourself
    2. unless i am totally stupid now it also persists when your hp are full

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    Quote Originally Posted by hucka View Post
    2. unless i am totally stupid now it also persists when your hp are full
    I think what they were getting at is say your duration due to your Heal Skill is 2 minutes (Making up numbers for illustration purposes), lets say you take some damage and use the ability. After 30 seconds you're back at full HP.

    If the Ability vanishes after you hit full HP then you've wasted 1 minute and 30 seconds.

    If it doesn't then for the next 1 minute and 30 seconds if you take more damage that will be healed too.

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