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Mocking is a witch command that can be used to increase the target's skills in a particular area.

A useful side effect, as far as research priests are concerned, is that it can be used to determine precisely which skills are used for each ritual. By having a witch mock your ritual use, performing a specific ritual and watching which skills' bonuses increase, you can get very reliable information.

The process used is as follows:

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Once the skills used have been determined, the relevant ritual page can be updated to reflect anything learnt, and the "Mocked" template can be added next to each skill in the main skill list at the bottom of the page to indicate that we know for sure which skills are used. See Creeping Doom for a good example. Another example:

= Skills Used =
* [[faith.rituals.misc.area]] {{Mocked}}
* [[faith.rituals.offensive.area]] {{Mocked}}

If a ritual page lists a skill that is not affected by mocking, even after several mock attempts, it should be removed from the page to prevent confusion.