View Full Version : Official: Rejuvenation (1607) Update.

04-15-2008, 06:44 PM
[/URL]http://www.play.net/images/transparent.gifhttp://www.play.net/images/transparent.gif[URL="http://www.play.net/forums/help/closed_topic.asp?forum=102&category=1&topic=1"] (http://forum.gsplayers.com/)The Paladin spell Rejuvenation (1607) has been updated with a number of notable modifications. Warning: math ahead.

First, the spell now functions on a 5-minute cooldown. Any attempts to cast Rejuvenation more than once in a 5-minute period will be unsuccessful.

Second, the base effectiveness of the spell has been changed from 5 health/stamina gained to 15 health/stamina.

Third, the progression of the skill-based effects on the spell has been shifted.
* The Spiritual Lore, Blessings bonus has changed from +1 health/stamina for each tier on the summation seed 1 scale, to +3 health/stamina for each tier (+3 at 1 rank to +57 at 190 ranks, as opposed to +1 at 1 rank to +19 at 190 ranks). More information on summation progressions can be found here: http://www.play.net/gs4/info/spells/lores.asp#Summation (http://www.play.net/forums/redirect.asp?URL=http://www.play.net/gs4/info/spells/lores.asp#Summation) .

* Instead of a 150% mana cost reduced by 3% for each Spirit Mana Control rank, the mana cost is now 50% of the maximum health or stamina points restored, reduced by 1% for every 3 Spirit Mana Control ranks. The minimum cost for the spell is still 7 mana.

Finally, the spell will now impart the caster with an enhancement to both health and stamina regeneration, starting at 10% of his maximum stamina. This enhancement is reduced by 1% of his maximum stamina every 30 seconds, until the spell is no longer in cooldown.


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http://www.play.net/forums/messages.asp?forum=102&category=32&topic=16&message=4161 (http://www.play.net/forums/redirect.asp?URL=http://www.play.net/forums/messages.asp?forum=102&category=32&topic=16&message=4161)

04-15-2008, 06:46 PM
A decent compromise. Considering if your paladin is NOT in sunfist, they just got a boost for potentially abusing a bug to which they didn't even have access.

04-15-2008, 06:49 PM
i need an abacus for this

04-15-2008, 07:01 PM
Basically, they nerfed the spell in that you can only regain health/stamina once every five minutes. BUT they made it return much more stamina at once, made it cheaper to get that stamina, and allows for a greater return of health/stamina. On top of that they added boosts to Health/Stamina regeneration.

I think this a uptweak UNLESS you were constantly using the spell for more stamina, as in you used a TON of Cmans with a small stamina pool, or you were using it to generate nearly limitless mana via sunfist.

04-15-2008, 07:02 PM
At cap this will give you something like 19.2 stamina per pulse with the 10% regen bonus, give or take on your enhancers and what not. Pretty Fing sweet.

04-15-2008, 07:42 PM
Am I the only person that used 1607 multiple times to restore lost HP?

04-15-2008, 07:43 PM

04-15-2008, 07:52 PM
I used it all the time for HP regen more than stamina.

04-15-2008, 08:08 PM
This point has already been raised on the officials. I know some of you loathe those boards, but now is the time to go to those folders and make a post saying that you think the 5 minute timer should NOT apply to the Health benefits of the spell.

Here is the link. You need only to hit the Reply button:


04-18-2008, 07:08 AM
The recently introduced cooldown mechanics of Rejuvenation have been revised. Now, when the spell is cast while its main effects are in cooldown, it will continue to restore the base number of health points (15) for the spell's base mana cost (7). No stamina will be restored and the number of health points gained in this manner will not increase with skill training.


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http://www.play.net/forums/messages.asp?forum=102&category=32&topic=16&message=4187 (http://www.play.net/forums/redirect.asp?URL=http://www.play.net/forums/messages.asp?forum=102&category=32&topic=16&message=4187)

04-18-2008, 10:33 AM

I totally forgot that the updated was posted here.

Oh well.