Talk:Benediction

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The description says "varying bonus amount". Is it anything other than varying with potency, like every other stat buff?--ILLIENA (talk) 05:02, 28 June 2017 (CDT)


Didn't this page used to show the bonuses given at different mana levels, and the min stats for the different bonuses? --Endair 23:22, 19 January 2013 (UTC)

The 3.0 version or the 2.0 version? 2.0 data doesn't matter as much anymore. --TEVESHSZAT 23:29, 19 January 2013 (UTC)
Either. Do you know where I can find the data? It might be useful for comparison and testing, especially in the open spell preview. --Endair 23:51, 19 January 2013 (UTC)
Benediction (2.0) -Moderator Caraamon Makdasi(talk) 11:59, 23 January 2013 (UTC)


Below are some notes taken from a forum post by Shenae


Notes: ...The strength boost activates at 200 PM, and the agility boost at 400 PM.
...The mana levels might vary from person to person, as the spell has soft caps that are highly flexible by PM.
...Min. Stat is the amount of base stat you need in order to get that level of bonus, regardless of your PM.
...It is possible to get a bonus amount between the stated values if you lack the necessary base stat for the upper level but have lots of PM.

For what it's worth, my own testing shows the following mana parameters for the various bonuses:

spell prep of minimum to 20 mana will result in faint bonus
spell prep of 25 to 35 mana will result in mild bonus
spell prep of 36 to 53 mana will result in strong bonus
spell prep of 54 to 70 mana will result is great bonus
spell prep of 71 to 88 mana will result in profuse bonus
spell prep of 89 to 100 mana will result in massive bonus
--Endair 23:31, 7 February 2013 (UTC)

When did you max out?

I started maxing it out recently, so recently that I thought to make this note.

Holy Magic: 792 85% Augmentation: 601 89%

100 mana SAP for Augmentation cast. Persistence of Mana active.

100 mana cast of Benediction resulting in:

You suddenly feel more limber, your reflexes charged with a great energy.

Suddenly your muscles flood with energy, singing with a great vigor.

A surge of great energy tingles through every nerve in your body, leaving you feeling more dexterous.