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While contrary in name, peace enforcement is a skill that befits the hero or heroine greatly. To raise this skill, you can find your hero breaking up fights at a bar, over seeing new guild member quarter's, and generally getting involved in others business. The more this skill is used, the more it is needed as it generally turns the hero into bait. After all, nothing is more peaceful to a monster then the sound of a hero's bones crunching.
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While contrary in name, the '''Peace enforcement''' is a skill that befits the hero or heroine greatly.
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To raise this skill, you can find your hero breaking up fights at a bar, over seeing new guild member quarter's, and generally getting involved in others business. The more this skill is used, the more it is needed as it generally turns the hero into bait. After all, nothing is more peaceful to a monster then the sound of a hero's bones crunching.

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Skills of Godville
Peace enforcement
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Type ⚔️Combat
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While contrary in name, the Peace enforcement is a skill that befits the hero or heroine greatly.

To raise this skill, you can find your hero breaking up fights at a bar, over seeing new guild member quarter's, and generally getting involved in others business. The more this skill is used, the more it is needed as it generally turns the hero into bait. After all, nothing is more peaceful to a monster then the sound of a hero's bones crunching.