So, I just started raiding casually again with my cleric alt... Doing some quick and rough calculations, I estimate if war tank has Auspice on about half the time, then their average Shaman alliance AE heal proc is going to be about 17.4k. 11.8k proc, 31% innate heal crit chance, plus 33% / 2 (half the time up) for Auspice uptime. I know, rough figures and will vary a lot depending on length of event, number of rangers, etc... Even with only 10% uptime on Auspice though, would be 15.9k proc average, 15.4k average with just war innate chance. Anyway, multibind of Remedy > Remedy > Dissident > Intervention > Intervention > Intervention gives about 35 heals per 100s. Remedy > Remedy > Remedy can get 40 heals per 100s... If have 3 clerics healing the MT, 15 extra heals per 100s = 261k average AREA EFFECT (including the MT) healage MORE if using Remedy x3, than using 2 remedies and Interventions instead. (238k with only 10% uptime on Auspice, 231k minimum with just war innate). Yes, I realize lose some single target healage to the MT, using 3rd Remedy vs Interventions. I'm questioning is when is it enough to matter, vs the overall AE, including MT, healage? All this is assuming a shaman keeps alliance up on the MT of course... If a knight is MT... these number quadruple, or even more, due to their focus and heal crit chance. Provided there is 3+ healers on the MT, and a shaman is keeping Alliance on the MT... What are the situations where a cleric would want to use Interventions over the third Remedy? Only one I can think of, is that it's a farm event, and tank is over healed anyway, and in that case, probably using ITC and contraventions x 3, intraventions x3?