Aid verb - To provide (someone) with what is useful or necessary to achieve an end.
Usage example: sought to aid her in her search for a dachshund puppy by looking online
How words are described
|better||better aid||better damage|
|critical||critical aid||critical damage|
|sheer||sheer aid||sheer damage|
|powerful||powerful aid||powerful damage|
|Other adjectives: actual, real, massive, great, little, psychological, possible, minimal, significant, greater, magical, incoming.|
Both words in one sentence
- Each injury must deal at least one hit point naturally, regardless of first aid, and heavy damage leaves permanent skill penalties.
- Also, if you do little damage to the former after it is activated, it will aid you at the same time the latter attacks you.
Source: Video Game / Geneforge
- Numerous methods exist to aid creatures in getting their damage at the commander without being blocked by the enemy creatures.
Source: Straight for the Commander
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