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#Actualsunandshadow

Posted 10 September 2012 - 10:39 PM

Dofus, and probably some other MMOs, have a couple of methods by which a player gets temporarily turned into a monster or skeleton, and gets a different combat bar and stats with this transformation. In that state you were really weak, but it was great fun to pvp or fight low level monsters you hadn't looked at in weeks. I'd love to see this sort of thing as a humorous disease. Not 100% sure I remember correctly, but I think that one was cured by losing in pvp and spread to the opponent if you actually managed to win despite being weak (more commonly they let you win so they could be a monster).

Gaia Online has holiday events where you "get infected" by letting an NPC bite you, but it actually means joining a faction, such as vampires or zombies or werewolves. If you earn all the rewards for that faction or just don't like it you can get cured and go get infected by one of the other ones.

#3sunandshadow

Posted 10 September 2012 - 10:29 PM

Dofus, and probably some other MMOs, have a couple of methods by which a player gets temporarily turned into a monster or skeleton, and gets a different combat bar and stats with this transformation. In that state you were really weak, but it was great fun to pvp or fight low level monsters you hadn't looked at in weeks. I'd love to see this sort of thing as a humorous disease. Not 100% sure I remember correctly, but I think that one was cured by losing in pvp and spread to the opponent if you actually managed to win despite being weak (more commonly they let you win so they could be a monster).

#2sunandshadow

Posted 10 September 2012 - 10:28 PM

Dofus, and probably some other MMOs, have a couple of methods by which a player gets temporarily turned into a monster or skeleton, and gets a different combat bar and stats with this transformation. In that state you were really weak, but it was great fun to pvp or fight low level monsters you hadn't looked at in weeks. I'd love to see this sort of thing as a humorous disease. Not 100% sure I remember correctly, but I think that one was cured by losing in pvp.

#1sunandshadow

Posted 10 September 2012 - 10:25 PM

Dofus, and probably some other MMOs, have a couple of methods by which a player gets temporarily turned into a monster or skeleton, and gets a different combat bar and stats with this transformation. In that state you were really weak, but it was great fun to pvp or fight low level monsters you hadn't looked at in weeks. I'd love to see this sort of thing as a humorous disease.

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