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Treasure Hunter
TreasureHunter
Category Ranged
No-Skill Range Melee, Short

Ranged, Short

Walking Speed {{{Walking Speed}}}
Dash Length {{{Dash Length}}}
Gear Base Damage Reduction:

Total:  9.50%BDR

Weapon: +0.00%BDR

Armor: +3.25%BDR

Helmet: +4.25%BDR

Trinket: +2.75%BDR



Basic Melee:

D: 9 dmage

DD: 8 damage

DDD: 10 damage [Lift]

Quick Shot(Yellow Reticle): 16 damage___|8.50c+(0.75ec) [Half-Faint]

Focused Shot(Blue Reticle): 20 damage___|8.00c+(1.50ec) [Faint]

Ciprian Edit

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ciprian may refer to:

  • Cyprian, bishop of Carthage
  • Ciprian Brata (born 1991), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Danciu (born 1977), Romanian football player and the manager of FC Baia Mare
  • Ciprian Deac (born 1986), Romanian professional footballer
  • Ciprian Dianu (born 1977), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Dinu (born 1982), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Foias (born 1933), Romanian-American mathematician
  • Ciprian Manolescu (born 1978), Romanian mathematician
  • Ciprian Marica (born 1985), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Milea (born 1984), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Petre (born 1980), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Popa (born 1980), Romanian sprint canoeist who has competed since 2005
  • Ciprian Porumbescu (1853–1883), Romanian composer
  • Ciprian Prodan (born 1979), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Suciu (born 1987), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Tănasă (born 1981), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Tătărușanu (born 1986), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Vasilache (born 1983), Romanian football midfielder
  • George Ciprian (1883–1968), Romanian actor and playwright

See also[edit] Edit

  • 1932 San Ciprian hurricane, powerful Atlantic tropical cyclone that struck Puerto Rico in the 1932 Atlantic hurricane season
  • Ciprian Porumbescu, Suceava, commune located in Suceava County, Romania
  • George Ciprian Theatre, theatre in Buzău, Romania, that opened in 1995 under the patronage of Paul Ioachim

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Note: Air shot is the same as Quick Shot.



Skills: Buster Shot(Weapon): 20 damage [Knockdown]

Torch(Armor): Creates a small 1.00c large torch that causes [Torch Damage] every second for 3 seconds once thrown. If character is rendered or knocked down before throwing the torch, it will occur at the character's current location.

  • Torch Damage: 10 damage [Lift]
  • Torch Duration: 3 seconds

Crawl(Helmet): Lay on the floor and become invulnerable for 0.25 seconds. While in [Crawl] position, your hitbox is reduced to 0.25circles tall, making most hits evaded.

Crawl(2nd input): 10 damage [Half-Faint]

Snap Shot(Trinket): All enemies in a 6.00c AoE in front of the caster are [Stunned].



Cooldowns:

Buster Shot(Weapon): ?? Seconds

Torch(Armor): ?? seconds

Crawl(Helmet): ?? Seconds

Ciprian Edit

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ciprian may refer to:

  • Cyprian, bishop of Carthage
  • Ciprian Brata (born 1991), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Danciu (born 1977), Romanian football player and the manager of FC Baia Mare
  • Ciprian Deac (born 1986), Romanian professional footballer
  • Ciprian Dianu (born 1977), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Dinu (born 1982), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Foias (born 1933), Romanian-American mathematician
  • Ciprian Manolescu (born 1978), Romanian mathematician
  • Ciprian Marica (born 1985), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Milea (born 1984), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Petre (born 1980), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Popa (born 1980), Romanian sprint canoeist who has competed since 2005
  • Ciprian Porumbescu (1853–1883), Romanian composer
  • Ciprian Prodan (born 1979), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Suciu (born 1987), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Tănasă (born 1981), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Tătărușanu (born 1986), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Vasilache (born 1983), Romanian football midfielder
  • George Ciprian (1883–1968), Romanian actor and playwright

See also[edit] Edit

  • 1932 San Ciprian hurricane, powerful Atlantic tropical cyclone that struck Puerto Rico in the 1932 Atlantic hurricane season
  • Ciprian Porumbescu, Suceava, commune located in Suceava County, Romania
  • George Ciprian Theatre, theatre in Buzău, Romania, that opened in 1995 under the patronage of Paul Ioachim

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Snap Shot(Trinket): ?? Seconds

Ciprian Edit

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ciprian may refer to:

  • Cyprian, bishop of Carthage
  • Ciprian Brata (born 1991), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Danciu (born 1977), Romanian football player and the manager of FC Baia Mare
  • Ciprian Deac (born 1986), Romanian professional footballer
  • Ciprian Dianu (born 1977), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Dinu (born 1982), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Foias (born 1933), Romanian-American mathematician
  • Ciprian Manolescu (born 1978), Romanian mathematician
  • Ciprian Marica (born 1985), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Milea (born 1984), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Petre (born 1980), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Popa (born 1980), Romanian sprint canoeist who has competed since 2005
  • Ciprian Porumbescu (1853–1883), Romanian composer
  • Ciprian Prodan (born 1979), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Suciu (born 1987), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Tănasă (born 1981), Romanian football player
  • Ciprian Tătărușanu (born 1986), Romanian footballer
  • Ciprian Vasilache (born 1983), Romanian football midfielder
  • George Ciprian (1883–1968), Romanian actor and playwright

See also[edit] Edit

  • 1932 San Ciprian hurricane, powerful Atlantic tropical cyclone that struck Puerto Rico in the 1932 Atlantic hurricane season
  • Ciprian Porumbescu, Suceava, commune located in Suceava County, Romania
  • George Ciprian Theatre, theatre in Buzău, Romania, that opened in 1995 under the patronage of Paul Ioachim

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Ciprian Edit

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ciprian may refer to:

    • Cyprian, bishop of Carthage
    • Ciprian Brata (born 1991), Romanian footballer
    • Ciprian Danciu (born 1977), Romanian football player and the manager of FC Baia Mare
    • Ciprian Deac (born 1986), Romanian professional footballer
    • Ciprian Dianu (born 1977), Romanian football player
    • Ciprian Dinu (born 1982), Romanian footballer
    • Ciprian Foias (born 1933), Romanian-American mathematician
    • Ciprian Manolescu (born 1978), Romanian mathematician
    • Ciprian Marica (born 1985), Romanian footballer
    • Ciprian Milea (born 1984), Romanian football player
    • Ciprian Petre (born 1980), Romanian football player
    • Ciprian Popa (born 1980), Romanian sprint canoeist who has competed since 2005
    • Ciprian Porumbescu (1853–1883), Romanian composer
    • Ciprian Prodan (born 1979), Romanian footballer
    • Ciprian Suciu (born 1987), Romanian football player
    • Ciprian Tănasă (born 1981), Romanian football player
    • Ciprian Tătărușanu (born 1986), Romanian footballer
    • Ciprian Vasilache (born 1983), Romanian football midfielder
    • George Ciprian (1883–1968), Romanian actor and playwright

See also[edit] Edit

    • 1932 San Ciprian hurricane, powerful Atlantic tropical cyclone that struck Puerto Rico in the 1932 Atlantic hurricane season
    • Ciprian Porumbescu, Suceava, commune located in Suceava County, Romania
    • George Ciprian Theatre, theatre in Buzău, Romania, that opened in 1995 under the patronage of Paul Ioachim

Categories: 

    • Given names
    • Romanian masculine given names

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