- n. gaming An effect that makes a game character weaker; a status effect.
“Aimed Shot now has a Mortal Strike like debuff, meaning that a warrior is not the only option when needing to cut down the utility of an opposing teams healer.”
“He just turned the damage to magic weapons and the like into a temporary “debuff”, basically.”
“It confers no bonus on the owner beyond possible investment increase and actually gives a "-1 enjoyment" debuff to the Audience Guild.”
“Skills are the SMT equivalent of spells and run the gambit of elemental attacks, to debuff skills and even instant kill skills.”
“Representatives of the Argent Dawn, the in-game NPC faction responsible for combatting "the Scourge" the Undead quickly established "healers" in capital cities who destroyed proximal zombies and cured proximal players and NPCs afflicted with the 10-min countdown debuff.”
“People opening the crates were afflicted by a 10-minute debuff during which they could be cured by a Paladin, else they would turn into a zombie.”
“Any player who interacts with these vermin becomes infected by the 2-minute debuff countdown.”
““Some people playing WoW find it funny to watch noobies of their own faction die in the hallways as a result of an overly-strong debuff.””
“However, do to the nature of the in-game virtual pets some characters have, they would allow their pets to recieve this debuff, then Dismiss Pet.”
“* No long-term punishments; a debuff or negative state should last only for the length of the task it is incurred in.”
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