Memorable Combats (that did not result in player death)


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Mines Malingerer

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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 02:53

Memorable Combats (that did not result in player death)

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I did this to some centaur warriors once, with a scroll of immolation, rF+++, and a javelin of penetration. I screenshotted it because 1) I was oddly proud of the little trick and 2) LOOK AT THE WALLS AND FLOOR OH MY GOD

What about you? Tell me about some insane crap that ended up working.

p.s. I hope this is isn't redundant. First topic posted.
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Wizlab Walloper

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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 03:27

Re: Memorable Combats (that did not result in player death)

I can tell you haven't cast IOOD before.

Try it. Really.
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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 04:01

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Azrael wrote:I can tell you haven't cast IOOD before.

Try it. Really.


Well the whole point is how, not what. But no, I haven't.

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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 04:17

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Once I learned about enslave and inner flame... Yeah. Chunks everywhere.
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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 07:09

Re: Memorable Combats (that did not result in player death)

Once my Ds dude bested Cerebov in melee, using "just" a big shield and a +9 demon blade of elec. I didn't expect it to go so smoothly; Cerebov could even barely dish out any damage.

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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 07:16

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pratamawirya wrote:Once my Ds dude bested Cerebov in melee, using "just" a big shield and a +9 demon blade of elec. I didn't expect it to go so smoothly; Cerebov could even barely dish out any damage.

IIRC, I once killed Cerebov with a buckler of reflection. That was fun.
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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 15:56

Re: Memorable Combats (that did not result in player death)

there was this guy that killed cerebov in Sprint at level 16, I think. who was it?
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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 17:22

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Hirsch I wrote:there was this guy that killed cerebov in Sprint at level 16, I think. who was it?
Three people have done that:
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Ayutzia the Phalangite (L16 DDGl) killed Cerebov on turn 7618. (D)

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Picchu the Evocator (L16 MuEn) killed Cerebov on turn 6759. (D)

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prospero the Slayer (L16 TrHu) killed Cerebov on turn 5326. (D)

Also:
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dck the Acrobat (L15 FeMo) killed Cerebov on turn 7092. (D)
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Post Tuesday, 14th January 2014, 19:39

Re: Memorable Combats (that did not result in player death)

duvessa wrote:Also:
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dck the Acrobat (L15 FeMo) killed Cerebov on turn 7092. (D)

with a goddamn felid? holy crap!
EDIT: and a MuEn? seriously? man, you people are good at this.
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