History Characters / Terraria

17th Nov '17 10:50:12 AM BossKey
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* TheGoomba: Slimes are generally the first enemy you'll encounter in Terraria. They're also some of the weakest and most numerous in the game.




[[AC:Doctor Bones]]

A zombie that spawns rarely in the jungle (both above and underground) during the night, wearing an archaeologist's hat, who drops it when killed. It's tougher than the regular zombie as well.


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* EliteMooks: Blood Zombies are tougher, faster, and more powerful versions of the regular zombie that only spawn during a blood moon. Expert Mode also adds zombies wielding severed arms as weapons, letting them hit harder and from longer range than your average zombie.
* GrievousHarmWithABody: Some zombies in Expert Mode come wielding severed arms as weapons. Additionally, almost all zombie variants have a chance of dropping a Zombie Arm that can be equipped by the player.
* IncongruouslyDressedZombie: Doctor Bones is dressed in archaeologist gear, while the Bride and Groom sport full wedding attire. The basic zombies also have Raincoat and Eskimo variants which spawn in rain and snow biomes respectively.
* NightOfTheLivingMooks: Literally, since [[NocturnalMooks they only spawn at night]].
* PaletteSwap: Zombies have a very wide range of possible sprites. Interestingly, each variant of zombie actually has slightly different stats, and some have different drops as well.

[[AC:Doctor Bones]]

A zombie that spawns rarely in the jungle (both above and underground) during the night, wearing an archaeologist's hat, who drops it when killed. It's tougher than the regular zombie as well.
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[[AC:The Bride]]

A zombie wearing a wedding gown and veil that spawns during a blood moon. Like the Groom, she has much higher HP than your average zombie, and her clothing is dropped on death.
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* BloodSplatteredWeddingGown: Attacks you in full wedding wear.
* MetalSlime: She only appears during a blood moon, and even then, only rarely, and has much higher health than a regular zombie.
17th Nov '17 10:04:55 AM BossKey
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* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: If he's to be believed, most goblins are generally disagreeable, bumbling idiots. Not this guy; he's completely polite in his interactions with you and provides some useful tech. Naturally, he didn't really get along with the rest of his kind, and the reason you find him tied up in a cave is because the other goblins left him there.



* MetalSlime

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* MetalSlimeMetalSlime: He only appears during a blood moon, and even then, only rarely, and has much higher health than a regular zombie.
* NiceHat: Sports a nifty top hat that you can claim for yourself when you kill him.




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* ZergRush: A single goblin (aside from the Summoner) is barely a threat, but given that they come in an army, they can still pose a threat to weaker characters by weight of numbers.
22nd Oct '17 3:58:30 PM lolface123
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* EldritchAbomination: All four of the pillars are some kind of otherworldly aliens. It's unknown if they're even sentient. Many of the {{Mooks}} they teleport in also fit this, with the rest being {{HumanoidAbomination}}s.

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* EldritchAbomination: All four of the pillars are some kind of otherworldly aliens. It's unknown if they're even sentient. Many of the {{Mooks}} they teleport in also fit this, with the rest being {{HumanoidAbomination}}s.if they arenít [[HumanoidAbomination humanoid]].
22nd Oct '17 3:56:09 PM lolface123
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* EldritchAbomination: All four of the pillars are some kind of otherworldly aliens. It's unknown if they're even sentient.

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* EldritchAbomination: All four of the pillars are some kind of otherworldly aliens. It's unknown if they're even sentient. Many of the {{Mooks}} they teleport in also fit this, with the rest being {{HumanoidAbomination}}s.
13th Oct '17 7:17:33 PM lolface123
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* ProphetEyes: Any Crimson creatures with visible eyes have them glazed over with a reddish tint.
6th Oct '17 10:13:34 AM Tabs
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* BreathWeapon: Spazmatism will spew a constant stream of Cursed Flames in his second phase, though at least the range is limited.

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* BreathWeapon: Spazmatism will spew a constant stream of Cursed Flames in his its second phase, though at least the range is limited.



* DegradedBoss: In a rare beneficial version! Players can craft an staff that lets them summon miniature stage two Twins to aid them in battle and they keep their signature breath and laser attacks. A properly geared player can have a pack of ''18'' of these things trailing behind them.

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* DegradedBoss: In a rare beneficial version! Players can craft an staff that lets them summon miniature stage two Twins to aid them in battle and they keep their signature breath and laser attacks. A properly geared player can have a pack of ''18'' ''22'' of these things trailing behind them.



* RoboticReveal: Unlike the other mechanical bosses these two appear to be biological until they [[TurnsRed enter their second phases.]]

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* RoboticReveal: Unlike the other mechanical bosses bosses, these two appear to be biological until they [[TurnsRed enter their second phases.]]phases]].



* TechnicolorEyes: Retinazer's iris is red, and Spazmatism's is green, appropriate for the latter since it spews green fire. Both have blue pupils.



Possibly the first of the Hardmode bosses faced, it's a mechanical version of the Eater of Worlds.

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Possibly the first of the Hardmode bosses faced, it's a A mechanical version of the Eater of Worlds.



* DamageSpongeBoss: Has more HP than any other non-composite entity opponent in the entire game, but since all of his segments are individual targets vulnerable to attack, piercing and melee weapons will rack up massive amounts of damage by striking multiple segments on each pass, balancing out the extra health.

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* DamageSpongeBoss: Has more HP than any other non-composite entity opponent in the entire game, but since all of his its segments are individual targets vulnerable to attack, piercing and melee weapons will rack up massive amounts of damage by striking multiple segments on each pass, balancing out the extra health.



* CognizantLimbs: Has four destructible limbs, each carrying a deadly weapon of their own.

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* CognizantLimbs: Has four destructible limbs, each carrying a deadly weapon of their its own.



* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Unlike Skeletron, Prime benefits from spinning as his defense actually ''increases'' instead of decreasing when he does so.

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* EverythingsBetterWithSpinning: Unlike Skeletron, Prime benefits from spinning as his its defense actually ''increases'' instead of decreasing when he it does so.



* MarathonBoss: With his four arms and high HP, Prime can easily drag the fight out [[TimeLimitBoss until morning]] if the player's damage output is too low, and unlike the Destroyer isn't made up of hundreds of segments that can all be targeted.

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* JetPack: While the head floats, Skeletron Prime's arms seem to move using jets of (harmless) flame.
* MarathonBoss: With his its four arms and high HP, Prime can easily drag the fight out [[TimeLimitBoss until morning]] if the player's damage output is too low, and unlike the Destroyer Destroyer, it isn't made up of hundreds of segments that can all be targeted.



* SkeleBot9000: It's a mechanical skull with 4 arms.
* SpikesOfDoom: Grows these when spinning.

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* SkeleBot9000: It's a mechanical skull with 4 four arms.
* SpikesOfDoom: Grows The head grows these when spinning.



* SdrawkcabName

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* SdrawkcabNameSdrawkcabName: "Ocram" is "Marco" backward, the name of Ocram's programmer.



* CombatTentacles: Its invulnerable grappling hooks can deal damage, and it sprouts a bunch of smaller, destructible ones when it TurnsRed. In Expert Mode, his grappling hooks sprout them too when it TurnsRed!

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* CombatTentacles: Its invulnerable grappling hooks can deal damage, and it sprouts a bunch of smaller, destructible ones when it TurnsRed. In Expert Mode, his its grappling hooks sprout them too when it TurnsRed!



* ImpossibleItemDrop: Plantera is a particularly strange case. Whereas most bosses can also drop some sort of item or weapon, most of them are somehow based on the abilities of the boss itself (e.g. the Book of Skulls fires the same skulls that Skeletron does in Expert Mode)... but what is Plantera doing with an ''electric guitar?''[[note]]Granted, it's likely another nod to the band, Pantera.[[/note]]

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* ImpossibleItemDrop: Plantera is a particularly strange case. Whereas most bosses can also drop some sort of item or weapon, most of them are somehow based on the abilities of the boss itself (e.g. the Book of Skulls fires the same skulls that Skeletron does in Expert Mode)... but what is Plantera doing with an ''electric guitar?''[[note]]Granted, guitar''?[[note]]Granted, it's likely another nod to the band, Pantera.[[/note]]



* TurnsRed: At half health, the flower will drop off, sprout tentacle plants, and it'll become much faster and damaging.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Plantera is ''significantly'' harder than the previous 3 Mechanical Bosses, and a large amount of preparation is needed to even stand a chance of killing it, especially since its bulb appears at complete random. Trying to lure it to a previously-crafted arena outside of the Underground Jungle is also a bad idea, discouraging the use of just building an ideal arena for battle.

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* TurnsRed: At half health, the flower will drop off, off and sprout tentacle plants, and it'll become much faster and damaging.
* WakeUpCallBoss: Plantera is ''significantly'' harder than the previous 3 Mechanical Bosses, and a large amount of preparation is needed to even stand a chance of killing it, especially since its bulb appears at complete random. Trying to lure it to a previously-crafted arena outside of the Underground Jungle is also a bad idea, discouraging the use of just building an ideal arena for battle.



* OutsideTheBoxTactic:
** The Golem used to be unable descend wooden platforms, and it spawns by dropping down from the ceiling. Setting up a barrier can prevent you from having to take CollisionDamage entirely. This has been fixed as of 1.2.3.
** It's still one of two bosses unable to pass through solid blocks, allowing a player to trap him inside and attack him from there with a wall-piercing weapon.

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* OutsideTheBoxTactic:
** The
OutsideTheBoxTactic: Tne Golem used to be unable descend wooden platforms, and it spawns by dropping down from the ceiling. Setting up a barrier can prevent you from having to take CollisionDamage entirely. This has been fixed as of 1.2.3.
** It's still
is one of two bosses unable to pass through solid blocks, allowing a player to trap him inside and attack him from there with a wall-piercing weapon.



* BerserkButton: If you lure him out of the Ocean biome, it will become more aggressive and damaging.
* BonusBoss: He's the only Hardmode boss that doesn't need to be beaten in order to fight [[spoiler: The Moon Lord]], and you need to go somewhat out of your way in order to summon him.

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* BerserkButton: If you lure him out of the Ocean biome, it he will become more aggressive and damaging.
* BonusBoss: He's the only Hardmode boss that doesn't need to be beaten in order to fight [[spoiler: The the Moon Lord]], and you need to go somewhat out of your way in order to summon him.



Four ominous pillars that appear after the Cultist Lord is beaten. These spawn powerful alien enemies, and must be defeated by killing enough of their minions to break the shield. Each of the pillars and their mooks correspond to a method of offence - Vortex for ranged, Nebula for magic, Stardust for summoner and Solar for melee.

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Four ominous pillars that appear after the Cultist Lord is beaten. These spawn powerful alien enemies, and must be defeated by killing enough of their minions to break the shield. Each of the pillars and their mooks correspond to a method of offence - Vortex for ranged, Nebula for magic, Stardust for summoner and Solar for melee.



* GlassCannon: Archers, they're not as fragile as the wizards but they are made short work of if you get close to them

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* GlassCannon: Archers, Archers: they're not as fragile as the wizards wizards, but they are made short work of if you get close to themthem.



* SquishyWizard: Sorcerers--they're commonly offed with a single hit. Subverted with Summoners, who have much more health than the rest.
* TeleportSpam: Sorcerers, the Goblin Summoner takes this UpToEleven.

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* SquishyWizard: Sorcerers--they're Sorcerers, who are commonly offed with a single hit. Subverted with Summoners, who have much more health than the rest.
* TeleportSpam: Sorcerers, and the Goblin Summoner takes this UpToEleven.



* ShoutOut: All the monsters are based on various horror movie monsters.

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* ShoutOut: All Nearly all of the monsters enemies are based on various horror movie monsters.



* TotalEclipseOfThePlot

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* TotalEclipseOfThePlotTotalEclipseOfThePlot: Its in the name. A solar eclipse takes up the entire day, spawning monsters that will keep the player busy.
2nd Oct '17 3:25:03 PM lolface123
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* ImplacableMan: Do not let his slow movement fool you, this guy will never stop coming unless he kills you or dies trying. He will never despawn unless you die, so he'll chase you quite literally to the ends of the earth and the fact that he teleports to you when you get far enough away from him doesn't help.
30th Sep '17 4:38:46 PM morenohijazo
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* PowerOfTheSun: Many of the Golem's drops are associated with daytime and the sun.



* PowerOfTheSun: Many of the Golem's drops are associated with daytime and the sun.



* HomingAttack: Can fire Phantasmal Eyes that home in on players and explode.

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* HomingAttack: HomingProjectile: Can fire Phantasmal Eyes that home in on players and explode.



* PowerFloats: Floats around the area effortlessly.



* PowerFloats: Floats around the area effortlessly.



* SuperPersistentPredator: Will chase the players across the map. 1.3.0.4 made it such that he just teleports right to you if you get too far from it.


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* SuperPersistentPredator: Will chase the players across the map. 1.3.0.4 made it such that he just teleports right to you if you get too far from it.
13th Sep '17 12:59:01 AM Tabs
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[[folder:The Guide]]

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[[folder:The Guide]][[folder:Guide]]



* GuideDangIt: His purpose is to [[AvertedTrope avert this]] for new players: if you give him a crafting material, he can tell you everything you can make with it and the crafting recipe itself [[SubvertedTrope (although not where to craft it, exactly)]]. He will also tell you the next possible objectives towards progression (atleast until the later portions of Hardmode).

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* GuideDangIt: His purpose is to [[AvertedTrope avert this]] for new players: if you give him a crafting material, he can tell you everything you can make with it, where it can be crafted, and the crafting recipe itself [[SubvertedTrope (although not where to craft it, exactly)]]. itself. He will also tell you the next possible objectives towards progression (atleast (at least until the later portions of Hardmode).



* SinisterScimitar: The weapon he uses to fight is explicitly called "Exotic Scimitar"

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* TheFashionista: He's the most colorfully dressed, and all of his lines to the player are about dyes and/or appearance.
* NiceHat: A deep purple turban that matches the front of his robes.
* ShoutOut: His line about rich mahogany is a reference to ''Film/{{Anchorman}}''.
* SinisterScimitar: The weapon he uses to fight is explicitly called "Exotic Scimitar"Scimitar".



He's a painter, dressed in a red cap and white overalls. He sells everything you need to paint your world, as well as a number of decorative paintings, particularly landscapes.

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He's a painter, dressed in a red cap and white overalls. He sells everything you need to paint your world, world and decorate your walls, as well as a number of decorative paintings, particularly landscapes.landscapes. Many of the paintings and wallpapers he sells depend on location and the moon phase.



* ShoutOut: Makes several references to other painters, particularly [[Series/TheJoyOfPainting Bob Ross]].

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* ShoutOut: Makes ShoutOut:
** His dialogue and name pool make
several references to other painters, particularly [[Series/TheJoyOfPainting Bob Ross]].Ross]].
** One of the wallpapers he sells is called [[Music/{{Prince}} Purple Rain Wallpaper]].



* TheFashionista: She's all about the freshest hair styles, defends herself with Stylish Scissors and has got a nice dress and pair of high heels.



* TheFashionista: She's all about the freshest hair styles, defends herself with Stylish Scissors and has got a nice dress and pair of high heels.



* PungeonMaster: Several of his lines involve wordplay.



* ShoutOut: She is a ''very'' blatant shout out to [[{{WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic}} Pinkie Pie]], she has blue eyes, dark pink hair, a love for parties, etc. And she can have names such as Sparkle and Trixie.

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* ShoutOut: She is a ''very'' blatant shout out to [[{{WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic}} Pinkie Pie]], she has blue eyes, dark pink hair, a love for parties, etc. And she can have Two of her possible names such as are Sparkle and Trixie.Trixy.



* RobeAndWizardHat

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* RobeAndWizardHatRobeAndWizardHat: He's a wizard who wears a purple robe and pointed hat.



* SteamPunk
* WrenchWench: This girl is extremely tech savvy, building and selling some of the most high end machinery in the game like jetpacks and teleporters; occasionally expressing curiosity about the workings of the Cyborg.

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* SteamPunk
SteamPunk: It's in her title, and she sells a lot of industrial-looking gadgets.
* WrenchWench: This girl is extremely tech savvy, building and selling some of the most high end machinery in the game like jetpacks and teleporters; teleporters. She occasionally expressing expresses curiosity about the workings of the Cyborg.



* AbnormalAmmo: The Snowball Cannon.

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* AbnormalAmmo: The Snowball Cannon.He throws Christmas tree decorations at nearby enemies.



* HolidayMode: Santa only appears during December 15th to 31st, promptly dying in the usual gorey explosion as soon as the new year hits.

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* HolidayMode: Santa only appears during December 15th to 31st, promptly dying in the usual gorey gory explosion as soon as the new year hits.



* NumberOfTheBeast: The Truffle Worm's bait power is 666%.



[[folder: The Moon Lord]]

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[[folder: The Moon Lord]]



[[folder:Lost Girl/The Nymph]]

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[[folder:Lost Girl/The Nymph]]Girl/Nymph]]



* BossInMookClothing

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%% * BossInMookClothing



* LightningBruiser

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%% * LightningBruiser



* FlyingWeapon: [[{{BFS}} The Enchanted Sword]]. Unrelated to the equipable sword of the same name (In fact it looks like a glowing Excalibur). It's also the Hallowed version of the Crimson Axe and Cursed Hammer.

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* FlyingWeapon: [[{{BFS}} The Enchanted Sword]]. Unrelated to the equipable sword of the same name (In (in fact it looks like a glowing Excalibur). It's also the Hallowed version of the Crimson Axe and Cursed Hammer.



* LightningBruiser: Unicorns. Chaos elementals, considering that they can take about as much in damage, move as fast as the player and also TeleportSpam to close the distance even faster.

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* LightningBruiser: Unicorns. Chaos elementals, Elementals, considering that they can take about as much in damage, move as fast as the player and also TeleportSpam to close the distance even faster.



%%* TeleportSpam: The Chaos Elementals.

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%%* * TeleportSpam: The Chaos Elementals.
Elementals teleport near the player and dash around. They have a small chance of dropping a Rod of Discord, which allows the user to teleport.



* FragileSpeedster: Thieves.

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* FragileSpeedster: Thieves.Thieves - weak but fast, and they can open doors faster than other goblin types.



%%* MightyGlacier: Goblin Warriors.

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%%* * MightyGlacier: Goblin Warriors.Warriors. They're big and slow and can take more hits than the Peons.
4th Sep '17 1:04:51 PM HalcyonDayz
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Given the loads of [=NPCs=], monsters, and bosses. It's no doubt that there's a character list for this game. This page also NeedsWikiMagicLove.

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Given the loads of [=NPCs=], {{Non Player Character}}s, monsters, and bosses. It's no doubt that there's a character list for this game. This page also NeedsWikiMagicLove.



* StatusBuff: When threatened, she will generate an aura that boosts all nearby NPCs and players by increasing their defense and regen, while giving them a permanent Thorns effect. On enemies, however, the aura burns them for a small amount of DamageOverTime.

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* StatusBuff: When threatened, she will generate an aura that boosts all nearby NPCs {{Non Player Character}}s and players by increasing their defense and regen, while giving them a permanent Thorns effect. On enemies, however, the aura burns them for a small amount of DamageOverTime.
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