Could we improve the gameplay experience of support Chronomancers if Well of Action and Well of Recall applied Boons on the first two pulses, and Condition on the third?
On paper, I think support Chronos are still in a strong spot. However, the underlying issue isn't with the numeric values of the Boons and Conditions they can apply, but with the reliability of which they are applied.
After Boon share was removed from Signet of Inspiration, the main means of providing Quickness and Alacrity is by having your party members stand in the Wells at the correct time (i.e. at the final pulse). While I can buy in to this as being a thematic design choice for the Specialization, it is invariably clunky to execute in actual gameplay scenarios. Even if you ignore cases where enemy mechanics might interfere, there is also the problem with party members being able to a) find your Wells amidst the visual clutter, and b) have enough game knowledge and game sense to be in them at the right time. In other words, in order for a support Chronomancer to perform optimally, they need to impose additional complexity to the gameplay of their party members. This is, in the worst case, a frustrating endeavor, and is generally a rather negative gameplay experience for all involved.
This mechanic has indeed existed for years, but we've been able to band-aid it with Boon sharing with Signet of Inspiration. Now that Boon sharing has been removed, having players who miss the Boon application pulse of these Wells feel very punishing, especially considering the cooldowns of these Wells (25 to 30s, base cooldown) and the fact that you can't even guarantee that you'll be able to apply the Boons the second time around.
By reversing the order of effects of these two Wells, in particular, I would argue that the experience of playing a support Chrono would be much improved as the reliability in which we are able to apply Boons to allies is increased. This is also in line with both designed and emergent metas that see these Wells more as Boon support utilities, rather than offensive skills.
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