The Great Thief Chapter 952Misdirection: Misdirects all threat you cause in the next 8 seconds to the targeted party or raid member.
A Hunter could cast this skill on the main tank, then shoot an arrow at the target. Then, they would fake a death and all the monsters would charge to the main tank. This was very crucial when pulling monsters in a dungeon.
This was just a humble description, but the importance of this skill was no less than Sesame Rice Ball's Summoning Portal.
The higher-leveled the dungeon was, the more likely that Bosses would summon minions to fight for them. At the same time, these minions all had the ability to wipe out a team, and this would be when Misdirection would come into play.
Of course, not all minions could be misdirected.
Lu Li returned to the city and called Remnant Dream to pass this skill book to her. Although she wasn't the best Hunter, she was skilled enough to use it wisely.
"Dreamy, don't go yet," Lu Li said, stopping the girl.
"What's up? I still have to go and shower my little fox. He's almost turned into a grey fox." Remnant Dream seemed as if she was busy.
"I'll take you on a trip to earn some gold coins. You wanna come?" Lu Li asked, using her weakness to keep her around.
As soon as she heard gold coins, Remnant Dream was immediately interested. She had a big family to feed, although they were all animals. To make the gaming content even more immersive (and to earn more money), Dawn had added many things to the pet system.
For example, when pets got sick, you would have to take them to the vet. Pets also had a mood bar, and if they're raised poorly, they would become upset. But how could you make them happy? The answer to this question was simple all pets love to eat.
At the same time, these pets can wear clothes too, which could be purchased at the pet costume store.
Besides this, Remnant Dream, Hachi Chan and Lu Xin were planning to build an orphanage in the game. They wanted to take in all the homeless children on the streets.
This was an even greater expense and they had no intention of relying on Lu Li, so they were all trying their best to earn money.
"I'll tell you a way to make some income; let's split this 2:8. I'm the eight, you're the two how's that?" Lu Li asked, holding onto her little shoulders as he discussed the split.
"What? You're taking eight? That's too much!" Remnant Dream complained as she twisted herself out of Lu Li's arm and turned to glare furiously at him.
"Then 3:7 should be alright," Lu Li said, taking a step back as he began to calculate how much he was losing from the profit. If it wasn't for the fact that Noggenfogger Elixir had already began to make profit, he definitely wouldn't have given up so easily.
"I'm so young and you're so old, but you're asking for so much. You're bulling children"
What kind of logic was this? What did age have to do with profit at all?
"How about 4:6? Young lady, don't cry. I'm not bullying you at all."
Lu Li couldn't stand his ground anymore because the little Hunter looked as if she was about to cry.
"You're always ripping me off. I'm going to tell Xin Xin," Remnant Dream cried as she began to sniff her nose.
"My ****, you have no clue what ripping off even means. Half, we'll do half, okay? If you're still not happy with it, then I'm not taking you anymore." Lu Li felt so tired. This little girl wasn't cute anymore; she was like a little demoness when it came to money.
He should have really asked Square Root 3 to have a look at this instead.
"Alright, half will do I guess. Lead the way."
Remnant Dream was at least somewhat reasonable; she knew when to stop.
The place that Lu Li suggested wasn't too hard to find. It wasn't hidden in an alley, so quite a few people came by to pick up the gold coins from here.
"What are they doing here?"
The stall was crowded with people and the littler Hunter was only around 1.5 meters tall, so she couldn't really see what was going on inside.
"What's the rush for? Are you worried that someone will recognize you?" Lu Li asked as he picked her up and took her aside.
"Are we going to do naughty things?"
"Put this in your bag and transform into a Gnome," Lu Li said as he passed over the Deception Orb to her.
"Wow, wow! This is good!" This was the first time that Remnant Dream had ever seen anything like this. She felt like a brand new world has been opened up to her, but she soon began to worry.
"But I'm already short enough if I transform into a Gnome, I'll be even shorter."
"Don't worry, as long as people can't recognize you, it's good enough," Lu Li said. He couldn't be bothered to comfort her about this.
Unwillingly, Remnant Dream transformed into a slightly-shorter-than-average Gnome.
Lu Li pushed apart the crowd and led the little girl with him.
This wasn't a special stall in particular. If it wasn't for the fact that the stall owner was way too old, many would probably think that he was a player.
All the items on the stall were Rings. Rings filled up the entire stall; there were at least hundreds of them, and they were all designed to be the same. There was still no names for these rings, or rather, the names were displayed as 'Mystery Ring'.
Duke Spades' Mystery Ring this was a recent item in Stormwind City.
Orgimmar, a city in the Horde faction, also began to have similar stalls that sold Necklaces instead of Rings.
Over the past few days, many players had uploaded similar threads into the forum. Most of them talked about how some players purchased a Mystery Ring and appraised an exquisite Attribute from it. The threads came with pictures to prove that this was true and many had witnessed the appraisal process with their own eyes.
But of course, even more of them gained nothing. Most of the Mystery Rings that have been appraised turned out to have no Attributes at all, not even a single point of +1 in Strength. This meant that the consumers gained nothing from their purchases.
The players only followed the steps of the successors. Not only did those failed appraisals not serve as a warning for others, but they actually attracted laughter and mocking.
"Buy it, buy it, buy it! There's a chance of appraising an exquisite Attribute from these rings. This boy had just appraised an exquisite ring before; you guys can ask him if you don't believe me!"
Duke Spade was the owner of the stall. He was a skinny and old man, but he looked very smart.
"How much is one of them?" someone moved to the front to ask.
"30 gold coins, just 30 gold coins. If you appraise a Gold ring, you can at least sell it for 300 gold coins," Duke Spade said with a smile. "I'm not gonna lie not only can you appraise Gold rings here, but there's even a chance for you to appraise Dark Gold or Legendary rings. Just as long as you're lucky enough!"