- (of an enemy character) to become alert to and then target a player character for an attack: A mob aggroed our mage, who dragged it back to camp, which didn’t end well for any of us.Some enemies only aggro to sound, so keep silence potions in your inventory.
- (of a player character) to strategically draw the attention of an enemy character programmed to attack, in order to counterattack: If you aggro all of the low-level enemies in this dungeon, you can take them out with a single spell.
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Yesterday, when the uncharacteristically aggro Romney campaign released the ad “History Lesson.”Republican Political Ads in Florida: Why Romney's Are Best|Judith Grey|January 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
You might think I was being a little aggro here, but I was cautious and conservative compared to a lot of the Xnetters.Little Brother|Cory Doctorow