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2-18-2010 @ 8:27PM
- You cannot duel inside a city.FALSE (partially): u can duel in Dalaran underbelly - and thats the only area (as far as i know) where u can duel opposite faction members on a pvp server. - Players from your faction can cast helpful spells on you during a duel, but they cannot help you damage your opponent. FALSE: u can't cast anything on any of the opponents while they duel- If you do happen to die after a duel (from a DoT; a rare occurrence), you won't sustain durability loss.FALSE: u don't die in duels anymore. only a warlock can kill himself with hellfire. - You are considered to be in combat for the duration of a duel, so you cannot mount up or take other actions normally not possible during combat.FALSE: u can do anything u normally do out of combat if u or the opponent didnt attack u for about 8 seconds. dots dont count. u can still go out of combat while they TICK. -Dueling in neutral towns or cities is likely to anger the local guard NPCs. They'll attack you, and you'll suffer a faction/reputation hit.FALSE: to a point. can also happen in friendly territories - thrallmar - You cannot duel somebody who has you on their ignore list.TRUE: but they can request a duel and you can still duel them Most ppl who write articles on this websites are total noobs who can't even manage 101 type of articles, not to mention some complicated game issues. hell, even i know more stuff after a few months playing the game. and i consider myself a beginner.
2-18-2010 @ 9:24PM
I killed someone in a duel about a week ago.I was dueling someone on a zep tower and thunderstormed her off the top. The thunderstorm dmg won me the duel and she died from falling dmg
2-18-2010 @ 10:55PM
You know, this was fine until that last douchebaggery paragraph at the end.
2-19-2010 @ 2:43AM
Then I guess that it's a loss to the WoW community as a whole that your spelling and grammar disqualifies you from a writing position, here.
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