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You pick up some ancient armor, def + 100 A wolf appears You attack the wolf for 43 The wolf retaliates with 150 The wolf has 58 health, you have 205 You attack the wolf for 45 The wolf retaliates with 150 The wolf has 13 health, you have 105 You attack the wolf for 54 The wolf retaliates with 150 The wolf has -41 health, you have -45

I now have less health than the wolf, which dies, but am somehow still alive and leveling up.


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