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    Am I the only one to believe Synthesis heal for ****?

    Right now at level 41 I get 115% from Lifegiving and 45% from Lifebound on my single target non periodic damage. 45% + 1.6 * 45 = 117%.
    at level 50 I should get an additionnal 15% on my lifegiving and a 5% on my lifebound. 50% + 1.6 * 50 = 130% and my lifegiving will be at 130%

    So... except for Nature's touch... What the hell is the use to doing this? Lifegiving veil will heal as much the tank and heal the group like crazy. Only positive point to Synthesis is an instant Nature's touch from having Opportunity in warlock tree. And for that you can just jump over Lifebound while the nature's touch is on the way to hit the target.

    Please tell me im wrong and that Lifebound veil actually heals for 200% and not 130%

    Forgot Void life also heals more on Lifebound. But yet Synthesis should still heal more the tank on our damage then Lifegiving.
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    You don't seem to understand how LBV/Synth work.

    LGV is a flat 120% of your damage = healing to group. (with 51 Chloro)

    LBV heals 60% of your damage to the group, and way, way more on your Synth target. Wand way more again if you're using Void Life or NT.

    I don't know the exact percentages since the change because I haven't tested them specifically, but it's a massive amount compared to LGV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PessimiStick View Post
    You don't seem to understand how LBV/Synth work.

    LGV is a flat 120% of your damage = healing to group. (with 51 Chloro)

    LBV heals 60% of your damage to the group, and way, way more on your Synth target. Wand way more again if you're using Void Life or NT.

    I don't know the exact percentages since the change because I haven't tested them specifically, but it's a massive amount compared to LGV.
    and I just wrote down the numbers...

    130% for Lifegiving at level 50, and 130% for Lifebound at level 50 on the tank. 50% on the group.

    Only Void life and Nature's touch get a bonus from Lifebound.
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    LBV heals your synth target for more than LGV even if you aren't casting VL or NT (but that's all you should be using).
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    Quote Originally Posted by PessimiStick View Post
    LBV heals your synth target for more than LGV even if you aren't casting VL or NT (but that's all you should be using).
    Care to explain me how it heals more? -.-
    It heals for 130% of your damage on synthesis which is the exact same amount as LGV
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    You're adding 160 (synth bonus) and 50 (lbv bonus) and getting 130... It's an additional bonus, not a percentage of the lbv heals. Don't have tooltips to quote at you, but that's how it works.
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    The percent healing is additive, not multiplicative. It's not 60 + (1.6 * 60) = 156 percent, it's 60 + 160 = 220 percent. Or whatever the specific numbers are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarokima View Post
    The percent healing is additive, not multiplicative. It's not 60 + (1.6 * 60) = 156 percent, it's 60 + 160 = 220 percent. Or whatever the specific numbers are.
    This. 220% to your synthesis target with 51-points in chloro with LBV up. It heals a few others for 60% of the damage done.

    Not only that, but specific heals (Void Life and Nature's Touch) heal the synthesis target an additional time. VL for an additional 90% of the damage done, NT for an additional 100% of the damage done.

    With Synth/LBV, you're effectively halving the output of your "AoE" heals that you'd get if you were using LGV, but healing your synthesis target for a LOT more.
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    Yeah, its a lot lot more. I wish there was some kind of synthesis training dummy we could hit to test our chloro specs out.

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