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purpose of the challenger
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Posted January 24, 2012 - 11:34 AM
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Posted January 24, 2012 - 12:33 PM
As far as I know, a challenger will randomnly appear and challenge you to a magic only fight. Not sure what triggers this random encounter, but I'm fairly certain it is based on your magic skill. Just duel him if you want, or you can decline his challenge.Besides looting whatever he or she has, the point of the challenger is to just add to the experience to the game. This is just one of the many random encounters that you can run into. Others include a thief approaching you while on the road and asking you to hold onto an item for him, a kid randomly telling you where he found treasure, some bandits pretending to be soldiers and trying to get you to pay some tax, and many more.
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