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3 hours ago, Teufel said:

Who's fighting?
Wondering if the Matrix would be remade in the same manner. Though... I guess it already is, aside from absorbing Stagger for Monks. 
Still wanting an RP damage spender. Bonestorm kinda is, but... bonestorm.

Sorry for missunderstanding then! 😄

And yes i would like to see something instead of Bonestorm as well.

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