Does The Guardian's Path Passive Skill effect Spirit Per Second bonuses on gear and from skills?

Mr. November
  • Does The Guardian's Path Passive Skill effect Spirit Per Second bonuses on gear and from skills? Mr. November

    While dual-wielding, you gain a 15% chance to dodge incoming attacks. While using a two-handed weapon, all Spirit generation is increased by 25%.

    Does the 25% bonus only apply to Spirit generated from attacks, or does it also increase Spirit per second from gear and mantras by 25%?

  • It also increases spirit per second from gear AND mantras by 25%

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