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On phase 2, if you get the essence of the night buff is it possible to run over another and keep another raider from getting it or if you get one does it not soak one if you have the buff already?

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On 2/6/2017 at 5:42 AM, Guest Tury said:

On phase 2, if you get the essence of the night buff is it possible to run over another and keep another raider from getting it or if you get one does it not soak one if you have the buff already?

I believe it won't waste the buff if you run over it.

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