Sentences Containing 'melee'
During the expedition, she and her team accidentally start a 'coming of age' rite for the Predators ahead of schedule by removing the Predators' plasma cannons, thus leaving them with only melee weapons to use against the Aliens.
However, during an extended melee throughout the hospital, Jesse is killed by Wolf, pinned to the wall with a shuriken.
The police then resorted to firing blanks, injuring at least five people in the ensuing melee.
It has the ability to manifest many melee weapons from its limbs.
Wolfhound has three main skills, unarmed combat, melee weapons and ranged attacks, and four main characteristics, Constitution, Strength, Dexterity and Speed.
"What started out as a peaceful, non-violent demonstration against the war and the Selective Service System, ended in a violent fist-swinging melee.
The Blues are medics, virtually non-combative entities that cannot participate in a melee situation alone without sustaining severe casualties, but their ability to resurrect fallen minions makes them valuable; their additional abilities include "blinking," removing magical ooze, swimming and an immunity to magic attacks.
Protesters tried to disrupt the Mass, and the ensuing melee injured dozens, with one policeman killed.
Thieves are usually capable of melee or ranged combat, and tend to be focused on dodging attacks rather than withstanding damage.
Like pirates, they have the option of a ranged weapon or melee weapon, as well as a balanced amount of HP and MP.
It allows for PvP Melee Combat and Combat with NPC Monsters.
As Hunters, your objective is to kill the Vampires and prevent them from respawning (by using Pile V.H. melee weapon) or just survive until the time is over.
During the melee, a young man, Harold Ernest Curtin, was killed after being struck on the head with a police baton; the coroner's jury returned a verdict of manslaughter by an unknown police constable.
During the action, his ship was badly damaged and boarded by sailors and marines from the French ship of the line . Cooke was killed in the ensuing melee, but his crew successfully drove off their opponents and ultimately forced the surrender of "Aigle".
The badly wounded ship's quartermaster was also present, and he informed Cumby that Cooke had fallen in the melee.
Due to the proliferation of supernatural monsters such as vampires, silver-plated melee weapons and silver plated bullets have also risen in popularity.
However, this formation severely restricted their ability in melee combat.
(Their commander, Lt.Col. Luck, died in action during this melee).
But Lorge's dragoons and the corps light cavalry units were across the river and quickly joined the melee.
Players have a standard melee attack that is bound to their character.
His next attack, melee or ranged, will have increased damage and critical hit damage.
His skill trees allow him extend the amount of time his skill lasts by killing enemies, they can allow him to deal more melee damage to tougher targets, or can specialize him a different way, and get bonuses to sniping, or a tree for both.
When a new rank is achieved, the player earns a token that can be used to instantly increase base stats, such as fire rate, recoil reduction, damage, critical hit damage, melee damage, health, etc. These base stat attributes carry over to every character.
He is a primarily melee focused character with an action skill called "Buzz Axe Rampage", which boosts his melee damage and causes him to regain health whenever he kills an enemy.
More Vocab Wordsexpertise - specialized knowledge (in a particular field); expert skill
pillory - punish by placing in a wooden frame or pillory; subject or expose to criticism and ridicule; N.
replica - copy
avuncular - of or like an uncle
blight - plant disease; V: infect with blight; ruin; destroy
deciduous - falling off at a specific season or stage of growth as of leaves; Ex. deciduous tree/teeth
haggle - argue about prices (in an attempt to bargain)
dialectical - relating to the art of debate; mutual or reciprocal; Ex. dialectical situation; N. dialectic: art of arriving at the truth by the exchange of logical arguments
suffuse - spread through or over (with a color or liquid); charge; Ex. A blush suffused her cheeks.
exult - rejoice