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The Ever-Rising Tide - Heart of Azeroth Essence Spotlight

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The Ever-Rising Tide is a Healer Essence gated behind Nazjatar factions and in this spotlight, we're looking at what exactly it does and what higher ranks provide.

The Ever-Rising Tide

This Essence is obtained from the new Nazjatar faction quartermasters. You'll get the first rank at Honored and the final one's looted from Reputation Paragon bags.

Essence Effects & Ranks

The active ability causes you to overcharge, halting your Mana regeneration, but each spell you cast will increase your healing by 3-4%, and this effect stacks. At higher ranks, you will gain 10% Haste while overcharged.

The minor passive is a proc which will grant you either Intellect or Mana. The chance is increasing with your missing Mana and at Rank 3, there's even a 20% chance to gain both effects.

Rank 1 (Tablet of the Balancing Tides Tablet of the Balancing Tides)

Requires Honored with Waveblade Ankoan (Alliance) or The Unshackled (Horde).

  • Major PowerOvercharge Mana Overcharge Mana - Overcharge your mana for 8 sec, causing each spell you cast to increase your healing by 3%, stacking. While overcharged, your mana regeneration is halted. (30 sec cooldown)
  • Minor PowerThe Ever-Rising Tide The Ever-Rising Tide - Your heals have a chance to grant either 470 Intellect for 10 sec or 1,300 mana. Chance of receiving mana increases with your missing mana.

Rank 2 (Codex of the Never-Ending Tides Codex of the Never-Ending Tides)

Requires Revered with Waveblade Ankoan (Alliance) or The Unshackled (Horde).

  • Major PowerOvercharge Mana Overcharge Mana - Overcharge your mana for 8 sec, causing each spell you cast to increase your healing by 3 4%, stacking. While overcharged, your mana regeneration is halted. (30 sec cooldown)
  • Minor PowerThe Ever-Rising Tide The Ever-Rising Tide - Your heals have a chance to grant either 470 564 Intellect for 10 sec or 1,300 1,560 mana. Chance of receiving mana increases with your missing mana.

Rank 3 (Tome of the Quickening Tides Tome of the Quickening Tides)

Requires Exalted with Waveblade Ankoan (Alliance) or The Unshackled (Horde).

  • Major PowerOvercharge Mana Overcharge Mana - Overcharge your mana for 8 sec, causing each spell you cast to increase your healing by 4%, stacking. While overcharged, your mana regeneration is halted, and you gain 10% haste. (30 sec cooldown)
  • Minor PowerThe Ever-Rising Tide The Ever-Rising Tide - Your heals have a chance to grant either 564 Intellect for 10 sec or 1,560 mana. Chance of receiving mana increases with your missing mana. 20% chance to gain both effects.

Rank 4 (Vellum of Illuminating Tides Vellum of Illuminating Tides)

Can be looted from Ankoan Supplies and Unshackled Supplies.

The Ever-Rising Tide's major power gets an enhanced appearance. Effects shared with previous rank.

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