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Well of Eternity

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Well of Eternity.png

Well of Eternity

Not available underwater  Ground-targeted  
Mesmer icon small.png Mesmer (skill list)
Chronomancer icon small.png Chronomancer
Training cost
15 Hero points
Game link
0.25¼ Activation time  30 Recharge time  
Well of Eternity

Well. Create a well that rewinds time, removing conditions from allies. When it expires, the well heals all allies in the area.

Healing.png Initial Self Heal: 3,230 (0.3)?
Healing.png Initial Self Heal: 2,099 (0.3)?
Healing.png Ending Heal: 3,870 (1.2)?
Healing.png Ending Heal: 3,870 (0.8)?
Miscellaneous effect.png Conditions Removed: 1
Number of targets.png Number of Targets: 5
Miscellaneous effect.png Pulses: 3
Duration.png Duration: 3 seconds
Radius.png Radius: 240
Combo.png Combo Field: Light
Range.png Range: 900

— In-game description

Related traits[edit]

Chaos Chaos

Inspiration Inspiration

Chronomancer Chronomancer


  • In-game tooltip for activation time is wrongly indicated as 0.5 seconds.
  • Applies Well of Eternity.png Healing Well effect to affected players.

Version history[edit]

For a detailed skill history, see here.

Patch Changes
February 25, 2020 Competitive content update:
  • (Competitive split) Reduced initial base heal from 3,230 to 2,099. Reduced ending heal coefficient from 1.2 to 0.8.
February 22, 2017
  • Fixed a bug that caused wells to display their effects incorrectly while under the effects of quickness or slow.
December 01, 2015
  • Increased the level multiplier for the initial healing on this skill by 25% to match the intended value shown in the skill facts.
November 17, 2015
  • Reduced the visual noise on the effects associated with this skill.
October 23, 2015 Heart of Thorns release:
  • Well of Eternity has been added to the game.


  • The skill icon depicts an ouroboros, a well-known symbol for eternity.
  • Well of Eternity's signature sound effect is a wobble on every pulse, with an ending high note "sigh."