Heal more than 100% at same time of damage dealt
So I was attacking Tamerine in guild war, hit her four times in a row. Each time at the time of hit (floating numbers) the heal would display above the damage, +100% of whatever the damage dealt was. Example: if hit for something like 1120, the heal displayed above would be 1840 or whatever. Next attack does 560 and the heal above the floating number would be 690. Just as an example of what I saw.
Question, what could possibly do that or make that happen? Excluding bugs or hacks.
Waters origin artifact proc if her total hp was pretty low.
SW artifact "dont remember the name", effect "If caster take damage 20% total HP, then regen (8%+upgrade) HP, and some Combat Readiness (CR)"
u can see what artifact she's holding everytime u hit her.
but cant really think of an artifact that can heal more than dmg taken.
even water origin only heals about 8%.
Do you still remember who the other members were with Tamarine?
Shimadra Staff + Water Origin proc together? LOL
There was a dark Ravi or it was a dark tenembria. Don’t remember the third. Cant remember the third. Couldn’t see any identifying artifacts when hitting. If nothing can do this then I have to conclude the person was playing illegitimately.
The most probable hypothesis is water origin in tamarinne and Shimandra staff on on another healer
Even if there is water origin + shimadra on max level the most heal you could get is: 8% + (40% x 8%) = 11.2%
It should not be higher than damage recieved, because water origin need 20% max hp dmg to be able to proc. And heal number should not fluctuate too, it should be at fixed number.
But then again, guild war is played by AI using system from server. It should not be possible for people to actually "cheat" unless somehow they can hack the server itself and changing the configuration.
Most probable idea I could think of, either you are experiencing rare bug that right now only you have it OR you are using modded apk / non-original apk you download from other website that might have something tempering with the value.