I thought, from the description, that Promised Interposition would proc it's heal EVERY time it's target was hit for 15k or more, for the duration of the buff. But, it doesn't work that way... It's only ONE proc, max. "This passive ability causes your Promised Healing line of spells to apply Promised Interposition VII, which will heal your target for 40000 health if they are hit by a direct damage spell or melee attack that deals 15000 or more damage, for 00:18. This focus applies to the following spells: yada yada (maxed includes all promised line)" Yes, I do understand that it says "...hit by A direct damage spell or melee..." and not "each time they're hit by" or something similar. But, it's still fairly vague in it's description, if it's MEANT to only proc once. Almost all other AA or spell descriptions that I see that have a proc limit SAY what the proc limit is. I'm really hoping that it's broke, and is meant to proc EVERY time your target is hit, and will get fixed, BUT... If it's meant to only proc once, this is a pretty poor AA, and it's procs should be increased by several... at least 5 or 6 hits.