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    Soulwalker
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    Default Question on Call of Spring talent (chloromancers)

    Does it still only effect our DH spells and not our healing-through-damage?

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    Only direct

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    Soulwalker
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    Do you think this will ever be changed? It makes it kind of iffy on usefulness..

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    Maybe, it's still better than Circle of Life though, which is usually what you're comparing it against in a normal build.

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    Yes and no.

    I think you also need to compare it with Accelerated Growth at some points in your investment. 15% extra direct heals... or 5% extra Life Damage = ~4% extra LGV heals and some extra DPS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by XtremElement View Post
    Yes and no.

    I think you also need to compare it with Accelerated Growth at some points in your investment. 15% extra direct heals... or 5% extra Life Damage = ~4% extra LGV heals and some extra DPS?

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    I agree, although it kinda depends what your going for with your build imo. As a solo group healer I use it, since our heals are there for backup and they can be a bit lacking. So when **** hits the fan, I like them to have a bit more oomph to them. Accelerated Growth is alright I guess, but 5% isn't going to do much. A good healer needs to have burst heals when needed, and the 15% makes a noticeable difference.

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