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I have noticed that on my wizard (in all locations), it seems that my spells trigger my life per hit at a random rate. Is there an issue with the type of spell (single target, AoE, cleave like) that causes them to not generate the same amount, or some unwritten rule that the different types only are so effective. It would make sense if an AoE spell only used a certain % of your total life per hit due to how OP that would be, but if that is the case can you point me to where it is said?
For me, it seems to proc at random... There were times when I got mobbed by 20 enemies, use Disintegration Ray and I was healing faster than I got hurt, but there are other times when I don't get healed from using spells at all even though I have Life Per Hit.
I honestly don't know what was happening, so I decided to believe that "Life per hit" didn't work on spells and decided to put blame on the pesky health orbs even though something was still off about that thought.
I noticed with the basic unruned Magic Missile (a pure single target spell) it would gain the full amount, but if i runed it for 3 bolts, it dropped, as well as Electrocute not proccing it often, and AoE spells only doing 1 per mob.
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