Hogwarts Magic Realm


 
AcasaAcasa  asdasdasdasd  InregistrareInregistrare  ConectareConectare  
Welcome to Hogwarts magic Realm. Please register, after that get sorted or get a job and enjoy your time in the magic world. Don’t forget that this is a post-potter forum that means you won’t be able to role play as any of the characters from the books, just use your imagination and create your own. We advice everyone to take a look at the rules and guides before starting their role playing experience. For any questions just pm the Staff Team

We are happy to have you with us,
HMR Team
Rules | Sorting Hat | Adult Application | Students Guide | Adult Graduated Guide | Jobs | Claim a Face | Spell Book | Quidditch Guide | Diagon Alley | Forum Absence | F.A.Q
305 Points
297 Points
145 Points
40 Points
HMR.
General Admin
HMR.
General Admin
HMR.
Secondary Admin
HMR.
Secondary Admin
RanklistHarry Potter TopsitesRPGD CATEGORY :: FANTASY
© Hogwarts Magic Realm –Do not copy ,everything on this forum was created thanks to the imagination of the two general admins and all the graphics are custom made for this forum
© SideBar Graphics by bloomsindark
© Header by allie-saurus
© Skin by hitskins
© Signature and Avatars by RedCarpet

Distribuiţi | 
 

 Duelling Guide

Vezi subiectul anterior Vezi subiectul urmator In jos 
AutorMesaj
James Riddle
Banned
Banned
avatar

Posts : 277
Joined : 10/03/2011

My Character
Galleons: 0
House:
Activity: Banned

MesajSubiect: Duelling Guide   Vin Aug 12, 2011 2:11 am


Welcome to the Duelling Guide. I’m sure you’re excited about the opening of the Duelling Club, so please carefully read this Guide in order to understand how duelling works.

Duelling is a great way to earn points for your House and some extra galleons, and most importantly to have a great time.

How to duel?


First of all, you should know that unlike Quidditch, which is based on your role-playing skills, duelling requires an extensive knowledge of the Harry Potter universe.

- A duel opposes two players, who, turn by turn, cast spells onto each other, the goal being to reduce your opponent’s life points to 0.

- Each player begins with 100 life points and 50 spell points. A player starts his turn by choosing an offensive spell. Then, he or she is asked a question concerning anything about the Harry Potter universe. The difficulty and the damage done by a spell determine the difficulty of the question. For example, easy spells do little damage to the opponent’s life points but also require answering to an easy question. The player has thirty seconds to answer. If the answer is correct, meaning that the spell has been successfully casted, the determined amount of points is deduced from the opponent’s life points, who then starts his own turn. If not, no damage is made and the opponent starts his turn.

Special spells

When starting his turn, a player can also choose to cast a special spell instead of an offensive one. Unlike offensive spells, special spells do not make any damage to the opponent’s life points but have a special effect. For instance, Petrificus Totalus binds the opponent for his next two turns, making him unable to cast spells. In addition to requiring a correct answer (the difficulty of the question also depends on the strength of the spell), a special spell also costs a certain amount of spell points. Therefore, a player can only cast a special spell if he has enough spell points.

Defensive spells

Some offensive spells may be blocked by the defending duellist. When it is possible, after his opponent successfully casts an offensive spell, the defender can cast a defensive spell in order to negate the damage done by it. A defensive spell requires a correct answer as well as a certain amount of spell points. If it is successful, no damage is done to the defender’s life points. If not, the damage done by the offensive spell is deduced from the defender’s life points. In either case, the required spell points are deduced, and after that, it is the defender's turn to play (meaning that he or she doesn't waste his or her turn by casting a defensive spell).


- The duel ends when one of the duelists has no life points remaining, in which case the other is the winner. Every duel is moderated by a Duelling Moderator, who is responsible for preparing and asking the questions, and has the duty to make sure that the duelists respect the rules. The duels will be held on the chat (you can find it at the bottom of the forum's index), and the results of the matches will be preserved in the Duelling Room.

- Here are all the spells available for first-year students in their duels:

TypeSpellDescriptionDifficulty LevelDamageSpell Points requiredEffect
Offensive SpellWingardium LeviosaMakes an object levitate110//
Offensive SpellMobiliarbusMoves objects220//
Offensive SpellRelashioReleases a jet of fiery sparks330//
Offensive SpellEverte StatumThrows out the opponent440//
Offensive SpellIncendioConjures fire560//
Defensive SpellArdor GlacioCauses fire to become harmless to those caught in it4/15Halves the damage done by Incendio
Special SpellPetrificus TotalusBinds the opponent's body6/20Binds the opponent for his next two turns

Potions

You can also use potions you possess in your trunk during a duel. Each potion has a certain effect which is activated on the turn you drink it. However, you can drink up to one potion every turn, and drinking a potion doesn't mean that you can't cast an offensive or special spell in the same turn. In summary, during each of you turns, you first choose if you want to use a potion or not and then you decide on the offensive or special spell you wish to perform. It is important to note that for potions whose effects last a certain number of turns, if they refer to the drinker's turns, the effect starts being active the same turn the potion is drank, and if they refer to the opponent's turns, the effect starts being active from the first opponent's turn following the consumption of the potion. Here is a list of all the potions currently available as well as their effects. You can buy any of them in Slug & Jiggers Apothecary on Diagon Alley.

Name Description Effect in Duelling Price (in galleons)
Weak Wiggenweld Potion Cures minor damage Restores 10 Life Points 5
Strong Wiggenweld PotionCures major damage Restores 25 Life Points 10
Weak Invigoration Draught Slightly boosts the drinker's energy Restores 10 Spell Points 5
Strong Invigoration Draught Strongly boosts the drinker's energy Restores 25 Spell Points 10
Strengthening Solution Increases the drinker's strength In his next 2 turns, the opponent's spells do 15 less damage 15
Elixir of Induced Euphoria Induces a sense of happiness upon the drinker In his next 2 turns, the drinker's spells do 15 more damage 15
Fire Protection Potion Protects against fire In his next 2 turns, the drinker is immune to the Incendio Spell 15
Beautification Potion Enhances the attractiveness of the drinker's physical appearance During his next turn, the opponent cannot cast any offensive spells 17

We might still change some things about the Duelling Guide so please check it regularly. Spells for second-year students will be available soon. The Duelling Club is open for students as well as for adults (including professors). However, at least for now, adults will only be able to use first-year spells. If you have any suggestions, please post in the Suggestion Corner. For any questions, contact one of the administrators. Thank you for reading and good luck in your future duels.
Sus In jos
 
Duelling Guide
Vezi subiectul anterior Vezi subiectul urmator Sus 
Pagina 1 din 1
 Subiecte similare
-
» Training guide
» A little layout guide for those who want to give making one a try
» OBS's Guide to the Underdark (Updated: 2/5/12)
» Guide: Creation Templates
» Other World - Hell: A Traveler's Guide

Permisiunile acestui forum:Nu puteti raspunde la subiectele acestui forum
Hogwarts Magic Realm :: Duelling :: How to duel?-
Mergi direct la: