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Well of Eternity

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Well of Eternity.png

Well of Eternity

Not available underwater  0.25¼ Activation time  30 Recharge time  Ground-targeted  

Profession
Mesmer tango icon 20px.png Mesmer (skill list)
Specialization
Chronomancer tango icon 20px.png Chronomancer
Slot
Healing
Type
Well
Training cost
15 Hero points
Game link
External links
API

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]

Notes[edit]

  • 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.

Trivia[edit]

  • 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."