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In DDO, there's a number of ways of healing yourself. You can have a healer in the party (either a player or hireling), you can use wands or scrolls if your Use Magic Device is high enough, and you can use potions. However, there's also some items that have healing magic on them that recharges for multiple uses between resting (such as the Curative Cloak from the Redemption quest, and the Bracers of Assistance from the Cannith Crystal quest).

These are the only two items of this sort I've found anywhere. Are there any others (preferably F2P) that I can get as quest rewards? Basically, I want healing items with infinite recharges but limited uses per day. This is as a supplement to hirelings and other party members.

(I'm a level 6 Two-handed Fighter)

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    For soloing or small parties a healing hireling is the most cost effective way to get healing – mechatankzilla May 31 '13 at 11:49
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There are many such items in the game. Here is a list of most of the "active" curative items in no particular order:

  • The Bracers of Assistance provide an Aid clicky, which grants temporary hit points but is not clasified as a "cure" or "heal" item.
  • The Curative Cloak grants 1 charge of Cure Light Wounds per rest.
  • The Eternal Wand of Cure Minor Wounds grants 50 charges of Cure Minor Wounds, which is an effect that will restore 1d2 hit points per charge. This is an "Eternal" wand that recharges about 1 charge every 7 seconds when not being used.
  • The Vestments of Light grants 3 charges of Cure Light Wounds per rest.
  • The Battle Coin grants 3 charges of Heal Moderate Wounds per day, but can only be used on self.
  • The Bottomless Flask of Rum available from the "Crystal Cove" event will, depending on what tier you take it to, grant a reasonable amount of healing once every 5 to 10 minutes.
  • The Epic Hammer of Life will grant 3 charges of Heal, Mass and will recharge at a rate of 1/day.
  • The Levik's Defender's Healer's Bounty has the chance to cast Heal on the user every time (s)he is attacked.

There are also "Passive" type items that do not require you to click on anything or get hit. You simply have to have them equipped. The nice things about these items is that if the item procs while you are incapacitated, it is "like" having the diehard feat and you will automatically stabilize.

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    Note that to get certain items as loot rewards you need to switch off the 'class specific rewards' setting in your game. – mechatankzilla May 31 '13 at 11:28

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