There Can Be Only One
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- Concise description
You deal +30% damage to foes of the same primary profession. Each time you kill one of these foes, you regain all Health and Energy and receive a 5% morale boost.
- This Flux is in effect every April (UTC−7).
- There Can Be Only One can increase the maximum damage of skills that cap damage, e.g. Calculated Risk (PvP) can generate 30% more damage than normal versus foes of the same primary profession.
- This effect also increases primary Warriors' damage against some animal companions (including those owned by a character whose primary profession is not Warrior).
- This effect also increases primary Rangers' damage against most animal companions (including those owned by a character whose primary profession is not Ranger) and spirits (including Ritualist spirits and spirits created by a character whose primary profession is not Ranger).
- Regardless of the creator's or current master's primary profession, this effect also increases:
- Similar to the percentage of energy recovered through Elementalist attunements (except Elemental Attunement), the damage increase is rounded half to even. E.g. a primary Ranger using Power Shot with rank 6 Marksmanship on a primary Ranger target will deal 46 armor-ignoring damage instead of 45.5 (i.e. 35*30%), but a primary Ranger using Power Shot with rank 12 Marksmanship on a primary Ranger target will deal 58 armor-ignoring damage instead of 58.5 (i.e. 45*30%).
- In PvP arenas or formats where deaths never result in Death Penalty (i.e. The Crag, Alliance Battles, the Jade Quarry, and Fort Aspenwood), Morale Boost will be gained but not lost on death.
- In formats where consecutive wins are possible while Morale Boost are not possible (i.e. Codex Arena, Random Arenas, Training Arena, Zaishen Elite, and low-level arenas), any accumulated Morale Boost will remain on a character for the next match.
- This Flux was in effect during July 2011 (UTC±0) and has been in effect every April since 2013 (following UTC±0 in 2013 and UTC−7 in 2014 onward).
- In July 2011, this Flux had a different effect. The non-concise and concise descriptions were "You deal an additional 30% damage to foes of the same primary profession."
- The name of this skill is the tagline of the 1986 film Highlander.