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-In this case, the "​kiting"​ performed is implicit since the only way to survive the overwhelming amount of foes (for a 5-person dungeon, done by 2) is to oscillate between the two players and confuse the AI such that the foes will bounce back and forth from one player to the other. Back at the time, this was considered impossible, especially given the party configuration since mages are cloth wearers, take lots of damage and are not designed as playable ​characters to be on the front lines.+In this case, the "​kiting"​ performed is implicit since the only way to survive the overwhelming amount of foes (for a 5-person dungeon, done by 2) is to oscillate between the two players and confuse the AI such that the foes will bounce back and forth from one player to the other. ​At 1:46m in the movie, both players hide behind a doorway that makes enemies have to recompute the path and start walking towards the doorway, the other player generates some threat and does the same, effectively exploiting the line of sight (LOS) and confusing the mobs. This is one example where the "​kiting"​ involves the environment as well as the players.  
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 +Back at the time, a two-people party was considered impossible, especially given the party configuration since mages are cloth wearers, take lots of damage, deal in return lots of damage and thereby generate a lot of thread ​and are generally ​not designed as characters to be on the front lines. ​
  
 Perhaps one of the most prominent and perhaps irreducible but not directly related examples would be the classic Pac Man exploit as explained by [[https://​www.youtube.com/​channel/​UCwRqWnW5ZkVaP_lZF7caZ-g|Retro Game Mechanics Explained]] (originally at https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=ataGotQ7ir8):​ Perhaps one of the most prominent and perhaps irreducible but not directly related examples would be the classic Pac Man exploit as explained by [[https://​www.youtube.com/​channel/​UCwRqWnW5ZkVaP_lZF7caZ-g|Retro Game Mechanics Explained]] (originally at https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=ataGotQ7ir8):​

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