You can regenerate your health in a few different ways:
- By staying out of combat for a few seconds, your health will begin to regenerate slowly, and will speed up the longer you remain out of combat.
- You can receive healing from allied Heroes or creatures, or by standing in the healing aura of a creature.
- Killing enemy Heroes will also drop a healing orb for your team – a good way to get a burst of healing in the middle of battle.
It's ok to retreat while you wait for your health to regenerate! Find safety near a friendly creature!
Stamina only regenerates when you are not using any skills or performing any actions OTHER than walking. This means that using skills, sprinting, jumping, and even capturing an Orb or summoning a creature will interrupt your stamina regeneration.
Wait a moment between actions to gain a tick of stamina before continuing your assault. Even if you’re in combat, it only takes a second to regenerate 20% of your stamina.
Note that running out of stamina ENTIRELY will DOUBLE the time it takes for your stamina to start regenerating. Try to avoid running out of stamina entirely, even if you let it start regenerating with only a single stamina point remaining!
Remaining OUT-OF-COMBAT (OOC) for a few seconds will turn your health and stamina bars translucent, at which point you will begin to slowly regenerate health. The longer you stay out of combat, the faster your health will regenerate.
Using a skill or taking damage will put you back into combat and reset both your health and stamina regeneration. This also resets the speed at which you regenerate, so avoid your enemies while recovering health.
While stamina regeneration is not based on whether you’re in combat or not, performing any action will halt your regeneration. Be sure to lay off the trigger when you get low on stamina.