Limited uses, but can be incorporated fairly well into a build when Melee units bring supplemental skills.--Amokk 12:40, 14 August 2006 (CDT)
- Shouts have no cast time, which is what I like about this; When a target needs healing in a pinch, if it has any kind of shout that can be activated at will, then they can use it to heal, no matter what their condition, including knocked down. Well, except blackout. Merengue 23:39, 31 October 2006 (CST)
I use this skill frequently on my W/P. Before going into battle, I cast Finale of Restoration on myself. When things get ugly, I quickly use this skill then "Go for the Eyes!", for quite a sizeable self-heal. I use 10 Motivation, so when I hit GftE, the heals are something like 70 (Chorus of Restoration triggering) + 55 (Chorus of Restoration ENDING, thereby triggering Finale of Restoration) and then another 55 one hit later (from GftE ending). 180 self-heal in about one second + one swing isn't bad at all, if you ask me. In fact, if you see the damage coming (Meteor Shower's casting and you don't have any interrupts, Shiro's using Meditation of the Reaper and so that spike's coming, etc.) you can cast Chorus in advance, then the heal is just one swing (via GftE). Unfortunately I find that except in very paragon-heavy teams it's pretty much useless except as a self-heal, but it fits very nicely on my warrior's bar. Quite a nice alternative to Lion's Comfort, for example. Zaq 14:39, 22 February 2007 (CST)
Pet masters teams can aslo benefit from this skill, as they have a few shouts LaDoncella 18:15, 23 January 2008 (UTC)----
I've noticed that the icon for this skill is pretty much just the Sunspear Battle Call with a pretty label around it. Just a funny thing I've noticed. Marin Bloodbane (Talk) 08:47, 21 April 2007 (CDT)
Can it use itself?
So it has a recharge of 5 and lasts 10. Can it be used to activate itself or is it reapplied with no effect? -- Vallen Frostweaver 09:47, 21 May 2007 (CDT)