lifetap

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

life +‎ tap

Noun[edit]

lifetap ‎(uncountable)

  1. (gaming, video games, role-playing games) A spell or ability allowing a player to heal his or her own character by draining health from another.
    • 1995, Larry W Smith, Learn Magic Cards
      Or another very effective card is the Lifetap, which is an Enchantment...
    • 2002, Justin Brown, Dark Age of Camelot: Shrouded Isles
      Early Levels (1—4) Open your spell tab and expand your single option. Place the lifetap you find there in your hotbar.
    • 2003, Melissa Tyler, EverQuest: Prima's official strategy guides
      Use your Lifetap spells any time you've taken damage. [] At higher levels, you gain more powerful spells in the Lifetap category.
    • 2005, Scott Jennings, Alexander Macris, Massively multiplayer games for dummies
      [] or use lifetap spells that heal the caster while damaging their target to keep themselves alive while they fight alongside their pet.

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