Did you perchance mean nerved?
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of nerf.
“Trap avoided: this class already got nerfed from the playtest doc where he could cast a large number of 1 minute/level Summon Monster SLAs and could easily boost his eidolon’s AC to the 50s without breaking a sweat.”
“And can you tell I just really like writing the word "nerfed"?”
“I like the word "nerfed", though I must confess to being terribly unworthy because I have no idea which vampire series is being referred to.”
“I so love the terms "nerfed" and "Kumquatted" and plan to use them incessantly for the rest of the week.”
“A company that deleted an item or character, banned a character without court order, "nerfed" an item, or even shut down it's servers could also be reasonably accused of theft.”
“D used in Baldur's Gate is "nerfed", but I am no expert on P”
“When a class is "nerfed", when it is reduced in power, players of that class flock to forums to express their discontent, sometimes in long-winded posts, multi-bulleted with provocative titles on the Damage Dealing, Healing or Tanking forums.”
“While light, its nice the World of Warcraft reference actually made sense (unlike when they tried it on Stargate SG1) - a future joke could have him complain that Blizzard (the company who makes the game) has "nerfed" his class the most - but then don't mention what class he plays - this would probably have all the "WoW" fans arguing which class he plays ;)”
“A character that is just thrown together can be done easily with any system, regardless of level, but I think that once you start looking for a quality character that will be fun to play and hopefully not nerfed or min-maxed by random choices, you do necessarily have to spend more time at it.”
“Also, any concept that demands a high stat (casters relying on high DCs) gets nerfed by a group of entirely above average stats, but nothing outstanding.”
‘nerfed’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for nerfed.