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|name=Prayer of Mending
 
|name=Prayer of Mending
 
|icon=Spell_Holy_PrayerOfMendingtga
 
|icon=Spell_Holy_PrayerOfMendingtga
|description=Places a spell on the target that heals them for X the next time they take damage. When the heal occurs, Prayer of Mending jumps to a raid member within 20 yards. Jumps up to 5 times and lasts 30 sec after each jump. This spell can only be placed on one target at a time.
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|description=Places a spell on the target that heals them for X the next time they take damage. When the heal occurs, Prayer of Mending jumps to a raid member within 20 yards. Jumps up to 5 times and lasts 30 sec after each jump.<br><br>This spell can only be placed on one target at a time.
 
|class=[[Priest]]
 
|class=[[Priest]]
 
|type=Defensive
 
|type=Defensive
|school=Holy
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|school=[[Holy]]
|cost=15% of base mana
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|cost=3.5% of [[base mana]]
 
|range=40 yd
 
|range=40 yd
 
|cast_time=Instant
 
|cast_time=Instant
|cooldown=10 seconds
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|cooldown=10 sec
|improvement=[[Divine Providence]], [[Healing Prayers]], [[Mental Agility]], [[Silent Resolve]], [[Spiritual Guidance]], [[Spiritual Healing]]
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|gcd=1.5 sec
|ranks=3
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|level=68
 
|buff_type=Magic
 
|buff_type=Magic
|buff_desc=Heals you the next time you take damage.
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|buff_desc=Heals for X the next time you take damage.
 
|buff_dur=30 seconds
 
|buff_dur=30 seconds
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|tcg=PrayerofMendingTCG.jpg
 
}}</onlyinclude>
 
}}</onlyinclude>
   
'''Prayer of Mending''' is a reactive [[healing]] buff similar to [[Earth Shield]]. It will not actually heal the target when cast on them, but instead leave a [[buff]] on the target. When the buffed target takes any damage, the buff will heal the target, and move to another random raid member within 20 yards. The buff has a maximum of 5 charges (6 with 2-piece bonus from the tier 7 set), and will not proc from environmental damage (falling, lava, fatigue, etc) nor spells that reduce the caster's own HP such as [[Warlock]] [[Lifetap]]. (Spells that actually cause damage to the caster, such as [[Warlock]] [[Hellfire]], or [[Priest]] [[Shadow Word: Death]] will still proc the buff.).
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'''Prayer of Mending''' (''abbrv. ProM'') is a [[priest]] ability learned at level 68. It is a reactive [[healing]] buff similar to [[Earth Shield]]. It will not actually heal the target when cast on them, but instead leave a [[buff]] on the target. When the buffed target takes any damage, the buff will heal the target and move to another random raid member within 20 yards. The buff has a maximum of 5 charges (6 with 2-piece bonus from the tier 7 set), and will not proc from environmental damage (falling, lava, fatigue, etc) nor spells that reduce the caster's own HP, such as [[Warlock]] [[Lifetap]]. (Spells that actually cause damage to the caster, such as [[Warlock]] [[Hellfire]] will still proc the buff.).
   
As of [[Patch 2.0.10 (Release Notes)#Priests|patch 2.0.10]], Prayer of Mending has a 10-second [[cooldown]]. This was largely done to limit its effectiveness in PvP combat, for example to avoid instant self-heals without a cooldown.
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As of [[Patch 2.0.10 (Release Notes)#Priests|patch 2.0.10]], Prayer of Mending has a 10-second [[cooldown]]. This was largely done to limit its effectiveness in PvP combat, for example to avoid instant self-heals without a cooldown.
   
 
The threat generated by ProM was changed to be given to the casting priest with [[patch 3.0.2]]. This was a side effect of changing the way ProM healing was registered so that it counted as the casting priest's healing.
 
The threat generated by ProM was changed to be given to the casting priest with [[patch 3.0.2]]. This was a side effect of changing the way ProM healing was registered so that it counted as the casting priest's healing.
   
== Rank table ==
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== Modified by ==
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*{{ability|Divine Insight}} (talent, holy spec section)
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*{{ability|Power Infusion}} (talent)
! Rank !! Level !! Healing !! Cost
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*{{ability|Inner Will}} (core ability)
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*{{ability|Spiritual Healing}} ({{SpecIcon|Disc}} {{SpecIcon|Holy|Paladin}} discipline and holy spec ability)
| 1 || 68 || 800 || {{Cost|11}}
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*{{ability|Chakra: Serenity}} ({{SpecIcon|Holy|Priest}} holy spec ability)
|- class="alt"
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*{{ability|Mastery: Echo of Light}} ({{SpecIcon|Holy|Priest}} holy spec ability)
| 2 || 74 || 905 || {{Cost|10}}
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{{:Glyph of Prayer of Mending}}
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{{:Glyph of Angels}}
| 3 || 79 || 1043 || {{Cost|18}}
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|}
 
   
 
== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
 
*As of [[patch 3.0.2]], heals from Prayer of Mending can [[crit]].
 
*As of [[patch 3.0.2]], heals from Prayer of Mending can [[crit]].
*Multiple PrOMs on a target do not stack, even when cast by different priests.
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*Multiple ProMs on a target do not stack, even when cast by different priests.
*An efficient heal even on one [[proc]] (for example when the MT is the only person being damaged), its efficiency increases greatly after the 2nd and subsequent procs.
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*An efficient heal even on one [[proc]] (for example when the main tank is the only person being damaged), its efficiency increases greatly after the seconds and subsequent procs.
*Prayer of Mending receives 42.86% of [[spell power]] effects per charge, making a total of 214.3% per cast if all five charges are consumed.
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*Prayer of Mending receives 57.1% of [[spell power]] effects per charge.
 
*The animation between players is invisible to enemies in the battleground and arena, so there is no risk of exposing a stealthed teammate.
 
*The animation between players is invisible to enemies in the battleground and arena, so there is no risk of exposing a stealthed teammate.
   
 
==Strategy==
 
==Strategy==
Prayer of Mending is often cast on the [[main tank]] before engaging combat, as it will begin the spell's 10-second [[cooldown]] and possibly allow mana regeneration before the fight begins. Waiting several seconds between casting the first Prayer of Mending(PrOM) and engaging combat allows a subsequent PrOM to be cast immediately (or almost immediately) after the initial spell procs.
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Prayer of Mending is often cast on the [[main tank]] before engaging combat, as it will begin the spell's 10-second [[cooldown]] and possibly allow mana regeneration before the fight begins. Waiting several seconds between casting the first Prayer of Mending and engaging combat allows a subsequent ProM to be cast immediately (or almost immediately) after the initial spell procs.
   
Prayer of Mending can potentially save a party or raid in situations where damage is being taken throughout the group. Prayer of Mending's benefits over other multiple-target heal spells include large range and low mana cost (particularly in situations where most or all of the charges proc). There are some drawbacks, however, including the long cooldown, inability to stack on multiple targets, inability to heal multiple targets simultaneously, inability to target the heal after the first proc, and a maximum of 5 procs every 10 seconds. That said, combining PrOM and other group healing spells (e.g. [[Prayer of Healing]], [[Circle of Healing]], [[Tranquility]]) can be an extremely useful way to do a great deal of healing on a number of targets in a short period of time.
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Prayer of Mending can potentially save a party or raid in situations where damage is being taken throughout the group. Prayer of Mending's benefits over other multiple-target heal spells include large range and low mana cost (particularly in situations where most or all of the charges proc). There are some drawbacks, however, including the long cooldown, inability to stack on multiple targets, inability to heal multiple targets simultaneously, inability to target the heal after the first proc, and a maximum of 5 procs every 10 seconds. That said, combining ProM and other group healing spells (e.g. [[Prayer of Healing]], [[Circle of Healing]], [[Tranquility]]) can be an extremely useful way to do a great deal of healing on a number of targets in a short period of time.
   
Although PrOM does not proc off of spells that reduce the caster's HP such as [[Life Tap]], the damage blowback effect of [[Shadow Word: Death]] (when cast on a target it does not kill) will proc PrOM. Be sure to cast Shadow Word Death(SW:D) on a target that will not be killed (and remember that SW:D can crit) if you want to proc a PrOM buff you have. Also remember that you will be taking on a fairly large amount of threat with this tactic, both from the damage caused by SW:D and from the healing done by the PrOM.
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Prayer of Mending also lends itself to group healing during mob grinds, particularly where the priest is capable of (albeit slowly) taking on a single mob at a time. Have each member of the party hold the [[aggro]] of separate mobs. As each person is hit, the ProM will bounce from one to the other doing the sustained healing; allowing the priest to take a break from healbotting. Whenever a [[damage dealer]] in the party finishes their mob, they should target a new mob instead of coming back to assist the priest. The goal is to spread the damage, and thus the chance for ProM to jump.
 
Prayer of Mending also lends itself to group healing during mob grinds, particularly where the priest himself is capable of (albeit slowly) taking on a single mob at a time. Have each member of the party hold the [[aggro]] of separate mobs. As each person is hit, the PrOM will bounce from one to the other doing the sustained healing; allowing the priest to take a break from healbotting. Whenever a [[damage dealer]] in the party finishes their mob, they should target a new mob instead of coming back to assist the priest. The goal is to spread the damage, and thus the chance for PrOM to jump.
 
   
 
The 4-piece bonus of [[Hallowed Raiment]] increases healing done by this spell by 100 per proc and the 2-piece bonus of the [[Heroes' Regalia of Faith]] (and Valorous) increases the number of charges that ProM has to a total of 6.
 
The 4-piece bonus of [[Hallowed Raiment]] increases healing done by this spell by 100 per proc and the 2-piece bonus of the [[Heroes' Regalia of Faith]] (and Valorous) increases the number of charges that ProM has to a total of 6.
   
 
== Patch changes ==
 
== Patch changes ==
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* {{Patch 5.2.0|note=The amount of healing done by Flash Heal, Binding Heal, Renew, and Prayer of Mending have been reduced by 20%.}}
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* {{Patch 4.0.6|note=Prayer of Mending will now properly return an error when cast on a target with a more powerful Prayer of Mending active.}}
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* {{Patch 3.3.0|note=Prayer of Mending: Inspiration and Divine Aegis can no longer be incorrectly triggered by this spell for priests who do not have those talents.}}
 
* {{patched|date=2009-08-08|bluenote=Prayer of Mending will now trigger [[Divine Aegis]] on the healed target and not the priest who cast Prayer of Mending.|link=http://blue.mmo-champion.com/23/19110152523-recent-ingame-fixes--august-2009.html}}
 
* {{patched|date=2009-08-08|bluenote=Prayer of Mending will now trigger [[Divine Aegis]] on the healed target and not the priest who cast Prayer of Mending.|link=http://blue.mmo-champion.com/23/19110152523-recent-ingame-fixes--august-2009.html}}
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* {{Patch 3.1.0|note= Prayer of Mending: This spell will no longer fail from “A more powerful spell is already active” errors. It will now always cast, including overwriting a weaker Prayer of Mending. In addition, trinkets which are triggered from casting a healing spell will now be triggered properly by Prayer of Mending.}}
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* {{Patch 3.0.8|note= Prayer of Mending: Will now only benefit from the healing talents of the priest who cast the original spell.; Prayer of Mending will no longer sometimes cause Surge of Light to trigger on Priests who do not have that talent.}}
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* {{Patch 3.0.2|note= This spell can now critically hit.}}
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* {{Patch 2.4.0|note= This spell will now fade from players who leave or enter an instance, change continents, or exit the game.}}
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* {{Patch 2.3.0|note= This ability will no longer be overwritten when the new Prayer of Mending would do less healing.}}
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* {{Patch 2.1.0|note=This spell is now affected by Silent Resolve, Amplify Magic, and Dampen Magic.}}
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* {{Patch 2.0.10|note=Prayer of Mending now has a 10 second cooldown.}}
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* {{Patch 2.0.3|note="Prayer of Mending" no longer procs the heal when all damage is absorbed.}}
   
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 20:57, December 30, 2013

Prayer of Mending
Spell holy prayerofmendingtga
  • Prayer of Mending
  • 40 yd  range
  • 10 sec cooldown
  • 3.5% of base mana
  • Instant cast
  • Places a spell on the target that heals them for X the next time they take damage. When the heal occurs, Prayer of Mending jumps to a raid member within 20 yards. Jumps up to 5 times and lasts 30 sec after each jump.

    This spell can only be placed on one target at a time.
Usable by
ClassPriest
Properties
TypeDefensive
SchoolHoly
Cooldown10 sec (GCD 1.5 sec)
Level required68
Related buff
Spell holy prayerofmendingtga
  • Magic
  • Prayer of Mending
  • Heals for X the next time you take damage.
  • Duration: 30 seconds
TCG image
PrayerofMendingTCG

Prayer of Mending (abbrv. ProM) is a priest ability learned at level 68. It is a reactive healing buff similar to Earth Shield. It will not actually heal the target when cast on them, but instead leave a buff on the target. When the buffed target takes any damage, the buff will heal the target and move to another random raid member within 20 yards. The buff has a maximum of 5 charges (6 with 2-piece bonus from the tier 7 set), and will not proc from environmental damage (falling, lava, fatigue, etc) nor spells that reduce the caster's own HP, such as Warlock Lifetap. (Spells that actually cause damage to the caster, such as Warlock Hellfire will still proc the buff.).

As of patch 2.0.10, Prayer of Mending has a 10-second cooldown. This was largely done to limit its effectiveness in PvP combat, for example to avoid instant self-heals without a cooldown.

The threat generated by ProM was changed to be given to the casting priest with patch 3.0.2. This was a side effect of changing the way ProM healing was registered so that it counted as the casting priest's healing.

Modified by Edit

Inv glyph majorpriest2020
  • Glyph of Prayer of Mending
  • Item Level 25Disenchants into:
    Not disenchantable
  • Major Glyph
  • Classes: Priest
  • Requires Level 25
  • Use: Permanently teaches you this glyph.
    The first charge of your Prayer of Mending heals for an additional 60% but your Prayer of Mending has 1 fewer charge.
  • Sell Price: 1Silver
Inv glyph minorpriest2020
  • Glyph of Angels
  • Item Level 25Disenchants into:
    Not disenchantable
  • Minor Glyph
  • Classes: Priest
  • Requires Level 25
  • Use: Permanently teaches you this glyph.

    Your heal spells momentarily grant you angelic wings.
  • Sell Price: 1Silver

Notes Edit

  • As of patch 3.0.2, heals from Prayer of Mending can crit.
  • Multiple ProMs on a target do not stack, even when cast by different priests.
  • An efficient heal even on one proc (for example when the main tank is the only person being damaged), its efficiency increases greatly after the seconds and subsequent procs.
  • Prayer of Mending receives 57.1% of spell power effects per charge.
  • The animation between players is invisible to enemies in the battleground and arena, so there is no risk of exposing a stealthed teammate.

StrategyEdit

Prayer of Mending is often cast on the main tank before engaging combat, as it will begin the spell's 10-second cooldown and possibly allow mana regeneration before the fight begins. Waiting several seconds between casting the first Prayer of Mending and engaging combat allows a subsequent ProM to be cast immediately (or almost immediately) after the initial spell procs.

Prayer of Mending can potentially save a party or raid in situations where damage is being taken throughout the group. Prayer of Mending's benefits over other multiple-target heal spells include large range and low mana cost (particularly in situations where most or all of the charges proc). There are some drawbacks, however, including the long cooldown, inability to stack on multiple targets, inability to heal multiple targets simultaneously, inability to target the heal after the first proc, and a maximum of 5 procs every 10 seconds. That said, combining ProM and other group healing spells (e.g. Prayer of Healing, Circle of Healing, Tranquility) can be an extremely useful way to do a great deal of healing on a number of targets in a short period of time.

Prayer of Mending also lends itself to group healing during mob grinds, particularly where the priest is capable of (albeit slowly) taking on a single mob at a time. Have each member of the party hold the aggro of separate mobs. As each person is hit, the ProM will bounce from one to the other doing the sustained healing; allowing the priest to take a break from healbotting. Whenever a damage dealer in the party finishes their mob, they should target a new mob instead of coming back to assist the priest. The goal is to spread the damage, and thus the chance for ProM to jump.

The 4-piece bonus of Hallowed Raiment increases healing done by this spell by 100 per proc and the 2-piece bonus of the Heroes' Regalia of Faith (and Valorous) increases the number of charges that ProM has to a total of 6.

Patch changes Edit

  • Mists-Logo-Small Patch 5.2.0 (5-Mar-2013): The amount of healing done by Flash Heal, Binding Heal, Renew, and Prayer of Mending have been reduced by 20%.
  • Cataclysm-Logo-Small Patch 4.0.6 (8-Feb-2011): Prayer of Mending will now properly return an error when cast on a target with a more powerful Prayer of Mending active.
  • Wrath-Logo-Small Patch 3.3.0 (08-Dec-2009): Prayer of Mending: Inspiration and Divine Aegis can no longer be incorrectly triggered by this spell for priests who do not have those talents.
  • WoW Icon 16x16 Hotfix (2009-08-08): "Prayer of Mending will now trigger Divine Aegis on the healed target and not the priest who cast Prayer of Mending."
  • Wrath-Logo-Small Patch 3.1.0 (14-Apr-2009): Prayer of Mending: This spell will no longer fail from “A more powerful spell is already active” errors. It will now always cast, including overwriting a weaker Prayer of Mending. In addition, trinkets which are triggered from casting a healing spell will now be triggered properly by Prayer of Mending.
  • Wrath-Logo-Small Patch 3.0.8 (2009-01-20): Prayer of Mending: Will now only benefit from the healing talents of the priest who cast the original spell.; Prayer of Mending will no longer sometimes cause Surge of Light to trigger on Priests who do not have that talent.
  • Bc icon/Wrath-Logo-Small Patch 3.0.2 (14-Oct-2008): This spell can now critically hit.
  • Bc icon Patch 2.4.0 (25-Mar-2008): This spell will now fade from players who leave or enter an instance, change continents, or exit the game.
  • Bc icon Patch 2.3.0 (13-Nov-2007): This ability will no longer be overwritten when the new Prayer of Mending would do less healing.
  • Bc icon Patch 2.1.0 (22-May-2007): This spell is now affected by Silent Resolve, Amplify Magic, and Dampen Magic.
  • Bc icon Patch 2.0.10 (2007-03-06): Prayer of Mending now has a 10 second cooldown.
  • Bc icon Patch 2.0.3 (09-Jan-2007): "Prayer of Mending" no longer procs the heal when all damage is absorbed.

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