17 October, 2006

Scaling Schmaling

I've heard a report that Judgement of Light is scaling with +heal/spell gear. Can anyone who is in beta check this and see if it's true? If so, it contradicts what Kalgan said to Gregthegreat last week.


Blogger Lord Vir said...

They said we wouldn't get a strike either! ;)

4:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm sure it's just a bug. Worst case scenario - they fix it and we still don't miss out on anything we were expecting. Anything else would still be great news, like if they nerfed the coefficient.

6:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It should scale... considering that its not really viable right now or even after TBC.

Vampiric embrace is *30%* of all shadow damage. I find it funny that sometimes people can't even outdamage my VE heals. VE doesn't even require that you sacrifice your DPS. Its set-it-and-forget-it ability.

Seal of Light? You use it and you sacrifice using better DPS seals like SOC.

8:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

>>Seal of Light? You use it and you sacrifice using better DPS seals like SOC. >>

Seal of light stays judged on your enemy even if you switch to seal of command (as long as you continue meleeing the enemy, which is what you want to do with SOC anyway).

It's essentially damage mitigation for your dps. I don't consider it a healing tool more so another type of sanctity aura. It would be cool to see another rank of this in BC, but it is pretty darn powerful considering it works on the entire raid and not just your group. (it's cousin, seal of wisdom, is just as awesome).

9:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oops, I meant blessing of sanctuary! All these auras and blessings running around...

9:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I just tried it on the european beta server, and with 6 t3, 822 healing I get a grand total of 5 extra on both the seal and the judgement, lol. I didn't test if others hitting a mob with my seal get the same value and I didnt switch around gears to see how exactly it scaled, but its minimal anyways -_-

3:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I’m not sure if it’s true or not, but it would make a lot of sense, and not at all overpowering (depending on the coefficient)

As far as I know, when a rogue hits a mob which has JoL… its he that gets the heal, (as in, its is shown in healing meters against his name).
Therefore, its really only a paladin (and to a lesser extent range healing/dps) who benefits from this change, and promotes being in melee range.

3:27 AM  

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