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Teaching proper fighting etiquette in Absolver

A meeting with some bad-mannered ruffians

Absolver is a stylish fighting game about being a violent catwalk model. I’m convinced it has the best “thwack” sound effects in videogame history. But it also has a single emote I love to use. An admonishing, finger-wagging emote that says: “No, no, no, no, no”. Last night, as I was leisurely jogging through the forests of this world, I stumbled across two new players fighting each other like scrappy, unkempt children. I shook my head. They know nothing of this land’s protocol and etiquette. I would have to use the emote.

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