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Curse formerly sponsored a professional team, known collectively as Team Curse , that competed in League of Legends and Call of Duty , [6] [7] which in addition to various high-profile wins have garnered sponsorship from companies such as Nissan , [8] [9] [10] Alienware , [11] [12] and Cooler Master . [13] [14] [15] In January 2015 Team Curse merged with Team Liquid under the name of the latter organization.

While Curse initially offered modifications and add-ons alone through their Curse-Beta website, offerings have expanded to include Wiki services, the Curse client, CurseForge, CurseVoice, Union for Gamers, BukkitDev, and in-house content produced for YouTube .

On August 16, 2016, Curse announced that it had agreed to be acquired by Amazon via its subsidiary Twitch Interactive for an undisclosed amount.

late Old English curs "a prayer that evil or harm befall one," of uncertain origin, perhaps from Old French curuz "anger," or Latin cursus "course." Connection with cross is unlikely. No similar word exists in Germanic, Romance, or Celtic. Curses as a histrionic exclamation is from 1885. The curse "menstruation" is from 1930. Curse of Scotland , the 9 of diamonds in cards, is attested from 1791, but the origin is obscure.

Old English cursian , from the source of curse (n.). Meaning "to swear profanely" is from early 13c. Related: Cursed ; cursing .

Curse (Japanese: のろい Curse/Slow ) is a non-damaging Ghost-type move introduced in Generation II . Prior to Generation V , it was a ???-type move, and the only move of that type. It was TM03 in Generation II.

The user will lose half of its maximum HP (rounded down) and put a curse on the target. If the user has less than half of its maximum HP remaining, the move will execute fully but cause the user to faint. A cursed Pokémon will lose ¼ of its maximum HP at the end of each turn. The curse will remain until the Pokémon switches out or the battle ends. This move is not blocked by Protect , Detect or Spiky Shield , but is blocked by Crafty Shield .

The user does not lose HP if Curse misses (due to a move with a semi-invulnerable turn ), fails (due to the target already being affected by Curse), or is blocked by Crafty Shield.

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Curse formerly sponsored a professional team, known collectively as Team Curse , that competed in League of Legends and Call of Duty , [6] [7] which in addition to various high-profile wins have garnered sponsorship from companies such as Nissan , [8] [9] [10] Alienware , [11] [12] and Cooler Master . [13] [14] [15] In January 2015 Team Curse merged with Team Liquid under the name of the latter organization.

While Curse initially offered modifications and add-ons alone through their Curse-Beta website, offerings have expanded to include Wiki services, the Curse client, CurseForge, CurseVoice, Union for Gamers, BukkitDev, and in-house content produced for YouTube .

On August 16, 2016, Curse announced that it had agreed to be acquired by Amazon via its subsidiary Twitch Interactive for an undisclosed amount.

late Old English curs "a prayer that evil or harm befall one," of uncertain origin, perhaps from Old French curuz "anger," or Latin cursus "course." Connection with cross is unlikely. No similar word exists in Germanic, Romance, or Celtic. Curses as a histrionic exclamation is from 1885. The curse "menstruation" is from 1930. Curse of Scotland , the 9 of diamonds in cards, is attested from 1791, but the origin is obscure.

Old English cursian , from the source of curse (n.). Meaning "to swear profanely" is from early 13c. Related: Cursed ; cursing .

Curse formerly sponsored a professional team, known collectively as Team Curse , that competed in League of Legends and Call of Duty , [6] [7] which in addition to various high-profile wins have garnered sponsorship from companies such as Nissan , [8] [9] [10] Alienware , [11] [12] and Cooler Master . [13] [14] [15] In January 2015 Team Curse merged with Team Liquid under the name of the latter organization.

While Curse initially offered modifications and add-ons alone through their Curse-Beta website, offerings have expanded to include Wiki services, the Curse client, CurseForge, CurseVoice, Union for Gamers, BukkitDev, and in-house content produced for YouTube .

On August 16, 2016, Curse announced that it had agreed to be acquired by Amazon via its subsidiary Twitch Interactive for an undisclosed amount.

late Old English curs "a prayer that evil or harm befall one," of uncertain origin, perhaps from Old French curuz "anger," or Latin cursus "course." Connection with cross is unlikely. No similar word exists in Germanic, Romance, or Celtic. Curses as a histrionic exclamation is from 1885. The curse "menstruation" is from 1930. Curse of Scotland , the 9 of diamonds in cards, is attested from 1791, but the origin is obscure.

Old English cursian , from the source of curse (n.). Meaning "to swear profanely" is from early 13c. Related: Cursed ; cursing .

Curse (Japanese: のろい Curse/Slow ) is a non-damaging Ghost-type move introduced in Generation II . Prior to Generation V , it was a ???-type move, and the only move of that type. It was TM03 in Generation II.

The user will lose half of its maximum HP (rounded down) and put a curse on the target. If the user has less than half of its maximum HP remaining, the move will execute fully but cause the user to faint. A cursed Pokémon will lose ¼ of its maximum HP at the end of each turn. The curse will remain until the Pokémon switches out or the battle ends. This move is not blocked by Protect , Detect or Spiky Shield , but is blocked by Crafty Shield .

The user does not lose HP if Curse misses (due to a move with a semi-invulnerable turn ), fails (due to the target already being affected by Curse), or is blocked by Crafty Shield.

Curse formerly sponsored a professional team, known collectively as Team Curse , that competed in League of Legends and Call of Duty , [6] [7] which in addition to various high-profile wins have garnered sponsorship from companies such as Nissan , [8] [9] [10] Alienware , [11] [12] and Cooler Master . [13] [14] [15] In January 2015 Team Curse merged with Team Liquid under the name of the latter organization.

While Curse initially offered modifications and add-ons alone through their Curse-Beta website, offerings have expanded to include Wiki services, the Curse client, CurseForge, CurseVoice, Union for Gamers, BukkitDev, and in-house content produced for YouTube .

On August 16, 2016, Curse announced that it had agreed to be acquired by Amazon via its subsidiary Twitch Interactive for an undisclosed amount.


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