Other (objects, etc.) concept

Fields surrounding characters or other creatures with varying effects which are often limited to friendly or hostile creatures.


Name variations: aurae

The first video game about Auras was released in 2000.

Blizzard, Xbox Game Studios and THQ has published most of these games

For primarily visual auras, see battle aura tag instead.

Usually auras are passive and give their effect always, commonly even without costing any energy to uphold.

Some non-aura like things can be included in this tag if the effect is same, such as singing of D&D bards.

May not be named auras, but whenever there's an effect that says "gives this and that to nearby enemies/allies", you can be fairly sure it's an aura effect.


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