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Endurance regeneration increased by 100%; stacks duration.

— In-game description

Vigor 40px.png Vigor is a boon that increases the endurance regeneration rate, allowing affected targets to dodge more frequently. Vigor does not stack with other effects which increase endurance regeneration rate (such as from certain traits and signets). The endurance regeneration rate is capped at double the normal rate, which is most easily achieved when under effects of the vigor boon.


[edit] Related skills

See also: Boon#Related skills

[edit] Weapon skills that grant vigor

[edit] Underwater weapon skills that grant vigor

[edit] Utility skills that grant vigor

[edit] Skills with special conditions that grant vigor

[edit] Related traits

See also: Boon#Related traits

[edit] Traits that apply vigor

[edit] Related equipment

See also: Boon#Related equipment

[edit] Upgrade components that grant vigor

[edit] Notes

  • When vigor is applied to a character they will occasionally shout out one of the following lines, depending on their race and gender.
Race Gender
Male Female
Asura tango icon 20px.png Asura "Health increasing!"
"Vitality restored!"
Charr tango icon 20px.png Charr "Back in fighting condition."
"That feels good."
"Healthy and hale!"
Human tango icon 20px.png Human "That feels good." "I feel good."
Norn tango icon 20px.png Norn "Ah, feels nice." "Getting healthier!"
Sylvari tango icon 20px.png Sylvari "Ready for more."
"My pain is easing."
"Refreshing, I feel energized."
(sigh) "That feels better"

[edit] Trivia

  • Vigor is the only boon that provides no benefit to NPCs.

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