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Final Fantasy XIV Dissipation vs Divine Seal

Increases healing magic potency by 0% to -1.5% for 30s.
180s Cooldown.
Costs a ton of mana.

Divine Seal
Increases healing magic potency by 30% for 15s.
60s Cooldown.

I really think this needs cheap ffxiv gil looked at, it is quite clear that Astrologian and White Mage abilities when comparing to this one are quite overpowered.

I think Divine Seal needs a change, here is my idea.

Divine Seal
Increases healing magic potency by -1% for 15s.
90s Cooldown.

I think this makes our skills more in line with each other.

You're comparing apples to oranges here. Someone brings up mitigation and you delve right into talk about straight up healing and throughput. 

Dissipaiton has its uses. It's extremely situational, sure, but all classes have situational skills. If you use Dissipation correctly, as others pointed out, you can mitigate a ridiculous amount of damage AND be able to put through a fair decent amount of solid healing with Emergency Tactics. Are there other options? Sure, there are other options, but you're not going to have nearly as much potential to mitigate other wise.

Also, you seem to be, you know, completely leaving out the second part of the skill, which is the fact that you get a full stack of Aetherflow, which you can mindlessly dump into whatever heal spamming moves you want.

Don't compare the potential of Scholar's mitigation to random throughput healing. 90% of the time, even in Raid content, you aren't going to needCheap FFXIV GIL Whispering Dawn. Scholar's AoE healing sucks, even with that. You're supposed to leave it to your FFXIV WHM or FFXIV AST to solve that problem; Cure III and Medica II/Aspected Helios say hi. You should be using Selene for the DPS buff she brings.
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