Sorry I keep seeing this around and I dont know what it means.
buff is the beneficial spell that a synergist casts, they also can be on a boss or monster. a debuff is an enfeebling spell cast by a saboteur on an enemy, can also be cast on players
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sneaky sue. look it up on urban dictionary
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"Not everyone plays WoW phillip"
And WoW is the only time you use buff/debuff?
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buff = playing in the nude
debuff= french person playing in the nude
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Wow, he just asked a simple question people. No pun intended.
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Does anyone know what the etymology of buff/debuff is? Something to do with shiny naked muscles?
I imagine it's probably just an Americanism that evolved from someone making a mistake in definition or grammar, but where everyone knew what he meant, so there was a sub-collective agreement to just stick with his simplified gibberish for the sake of annoying the English.
As for what they mean in this game and others, to Buff (presumably a verb) is to enhance someone; to debuff is both, to strip someone of 'buffs' (now for some reason a noun), and to cast negative status effects.
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I like this explanation.