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Highest Heal?


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Squigss
05.26.2012 , 09:20 PM | #1
Was wondering what is the highest single heal you guys have done.
Scoundrel Healer here, highest one I have seen on my logs is 8254.
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AshlaBoga
05.27.2012 , 11:25 AM | #2
I had a Exotech Willpower stim and critted on an Infusion in Story EV for 7200* (I can't remember the last digit so I put it as 0).

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Daiyukie
05.27.2012 , 11:39 AM | #3
I don't use adrenals or anything because I'm not quite 400 biochem on my alt, so my highest default-stat crit without relics was 5800 or so. I don't really watch the numbers though, I watch the teammate's health percentages =]
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Squigss
05.27.2012 , 10:10 PM | #4
That's what logs are for =)
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pointvector
05.31.2012 , 07:04 PM | #5
Mine is 6702 on nightmare KP in the Jarg and Sorno fight. It could maybe get better than that, but I don't use a power relic anymore, and I don't use Dark Infusion that often since it has a three day cast time.

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Aurojiin
05.31.2012 , 07:08 PM | #6
Quote: Originally Posted by pointvector View Post
Mine is 6702 on nightmare KP in the Jarg and Sorno fight. It could maybe get better than that, but I don't use a power relic anymore, and I don't use Dark Infusion that often since it has a three day cast time.
Heh. The cast time is painful.

Power relics are the best option for endgame Sage healers, though. All the other clickies are relatively pointless thanks to DR, and mending relics are abolute garbage.

Best I can remember off the top of my head was 7343 with cooldowns.

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pointvector
05.31.2012 , 07:39 PM | #7
Not to get off topic, but the mending one is the one I use now. I just got it a couple of weeks ago and couldn't decide if it was worth a crap. I used to use my rakata one with power that was +400 or something, and switched it out for the mending one. Do you have any more info on the mending one?
Thanks

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Aurojiin
05.31.2012 , 07:55 PM | #8
Quote: Originally Posted by pointvector View Post
Not to get off topic, but the mending one is the one I use now. I just got it a couple of weeks ago and couldn't decide if it was worth a crap. I used to use my rakata one with power that was +400 or something, and switched it out for the mending one. Do you have any more info on the mending one?
Thanks
Stealing figures from MMO Mechanics:

Relic of Residual Mending will heal approximately 2460 HP every 2 minutes.
Columi Relic of Boundless Ages will heal about 3025 HP in 20 seconds (used on 2min CD)

I don't have figures on hand for the higher tier relics, but you get the idea. My bigger issue with the mending relics, though, is not the output but the usefulness of said output. HPS is nothing like DPS; the more DPS you do over time the better, but more HPS is not necessarily helpful. What matters is your ability to meet the healing requirements of the fight, particularly situations involving spike damage. A mending relic is not controllable, so you increase the risk of accidental overheal, and the output it adds is very unlikely to tip the balance in a critical situation. Conversely, popping a power relic in a tight situation makes an appreciable difference to your healing output.

I can think of multiple occasions where the combination of a Rakata Power Adrenal and a Campaign Power relic (880 power cumulatively) has enabled me to pull things back from the edge. Basically, it just seems to me that clickies make much more sense for the role of a healer than padding your overall HPS numbers.

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Chaqen
06.01.2012 , 03:55 PM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by Aurojiin View Post
Stealing figures from MMO Mechanics:
I can think of multiple occasions where the combination of a Rakata Power Adrenal and a Campaign Power relic (880 power cumulatively) has enabled me to pull things back from the edge. Basically, it just seems to me that clickies make much more sense for the role of a healer than padding your overall HPS numbers.
If you're pro-actively healing instead of reactivity healing you shouldnt be finding yourself in big oh crap situations. In times when people are standing in red circles (EC) or taking 60-80% of their hp in a single hit (enrages)...a power relic isn't going to be enough to save the day.

To the original poster 7808 with an rakata power adrenal, and the fact that it was on another op healer, who i believed was speced into the healing received increased while using shield probe talents.

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Aurojiin
06.01.2012 , 04:18 PM | #10
Quote: Originally Posted by Chaqen View Post
If you're pro-actively healing instead of reactivity healing you shouldnt be finding yourself in big oh crap situations. In times when people are standing in red circles (EC) or taking 60-80% of their hp in a single hit (enrages)...a power relic isn't going to be enough to save the day.
People who espouse "proactive" healing make me laugh. It's not some great, enlightened genius perspective to think ahead of an encounter, know what damage to expect, and pre-cast when necessary. Any healer with half a brain is going to do this.

Raid members still make mistakes, and they make them at unpredictable times. No one is perfect. A power relic gives you a substantial boost in healing output that you can use in those situations to help counter the mistake. A mending relic does not. Mending relics do nothing but pad HPS, and HPS is meaningless.