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Lerad said:I think cauterize as an instakill is a good concept, but perhaps it should cure the target of aurawarp instead of giving them more aurawarp. This way, a healer can use it as a damage route, but if he wants to go for an aurawarp kill, he can't just spam it - if he misjudges, he'll set his own progress back.Alternatively, instead of nerfing what cauterize does when it fails, we could nerf the afflictions given by bentaura a bit. Randomly giving aeon/transfix might not be a good idea. Perhaps the big hindering affs should be removed from the bentaura pool. That'll help to address Veyils' concern that building aurawarp is the same act as hindering a target for a healer.
Two recommended adjustments based on further sparring:Make hindering the healer's aurawarp build more possible somehow. (Powerfocus cures double aurawarp?)Make aurawarp cure faster when not in the same room with the healer, via either: Double curing rate OR Passive fade when away from the healer. We could tie this into bent aura. With the following setup:Aurawarp cure rate is doubled OR A natural regen is implemented.ANDBent aura is assigned to which healer gave it to you, and it functions only in their presence. In addition to its current effects, bent aura slows your curing or disables your aura's natural regeneration.