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Healing Grace duration reversal

Discussion in 'Combat, Skills, & Magic' started by sappersteel76, Jun 23, 2018.

  1. sappersteel76

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    After casting an attack spell it appears the duration of healing grace as well as seconds per tick increases which results in a fractional increase in healing after an attack. e.g.
    after attack 9-22 healing every 2seconds for 25 seconds = .72-1.76 points healed/second
    .08 points healed/second
    no attack 9-22 healing every 1.5 seconds for 19.5 seconds = .69-1.69 points healed/second
    .076 points healed/second
    Of course I may be missing something or there may be another variable I am not factoring but it just seemed odd at first glance.