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Spell holy greaterheal.png
  • Enchant Weapon - Lifestealing
  • Reagents:
    [Large Brilliant Shard] (4), [Essence of Undeath] (4), [Living Essence] (4)
  • Permanently enchant a melee weapon to often steal life from the enemy and give it to the wielder. Has a reduced effect for players above level 60.Permanently enchant a melee weapon to often steal life from the enemy and give it to the wielder. Has a reduced effect for players above level 60.
  • Tools: Inv wand 09.png [Runed Arcanite Rod]
  • Requires Enchanting 300

Permanently enchant a melee weapon to often steal life from the enemy and give it to the wielder. These effects are diminished past level 60. The drop rate approximately 1-2%.

Reagents

Inv enchant shardbrilliantlarge.png
4x [Large Brilliant Shard]
Spell shadow shadetruesight.png
4x [Essence of Undeath]
Spell nature abolishmagic.png
4x [Living Essence]

Tools

Inv wand 09.png [Runed Arcanite Rod]

Source

Inv misc note 01.png [Formula: Enchant Weapon - Lifestealing] is dropped by the Spectral Researcher in Scholomance.

Notes

  • This enchantment will give a purple glow to the weapon.
  • The enchantment has 6ppm (procs per minute), and normally does 30 Shadow damage that can be resisted (partially or wholly), and even amplified (some reports have said they received up to 92 health on some mobs in Blackwing lair]. Damage inflicted is converted into healing. Rogues with Quick Recovery will not receive a healing bonus with this proc. However, the healing bonus is not reduced when the receiver is under the effect of a Mortal Strike.

Scaling lvl 60-70

  • At lvl 60 the lifesteal proc does 30 damage, and heals you for 30 ( if non resisted )
    • At lvl 61, it deals 1 less damage
      • At lvl 62, it deals 2 less damage.
        • ... etc
  • At lvl 70, it deals 20 damage, and heals you for 20.

External links

  • [1] Lifestealing enchant research by Roger Karlsson.
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