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Terpsichore was [[0.8]]was . However, her Tukima's Ball spell was deemed too broken to merit actually including her in the game; alone she was pathetic, and with more than one or two weapons around she would devastate characters. At present there are no plans to incorporate her.
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|A spectre of unearthly beauty, dancing through the air without stopping to rest or take a bow.|
Terpischore was a theoretical unique phantom who magically inspired all weapons in your line of sight to rise and "dance" with you, as though affected by a hostile Tukima's Dance spell. She was somewhat durable herself, and had a permanent Deflect Missiles effect up at all times, but the bigger threat lay in whatever potential branded allies she could raise.
Tips & Tricks
Depending on where you faced her, Terpsichore's difficulty could vary tremendously. If you knew she was around, picking up all errant weapons would effectively disarm her.
Terpsichore was considered for inclusion in 0.8, and was briefly encounterable in trunk. However, her Tukima's Ball spell was deemed too broken to merit actually including her in the game; alone she was pathetic, and with more than one or two weapons around she would devastate characters. At present she has been removed from the code, and there are no plans to incorporate her.
Terpsichore was the Greek muse of dance.