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Is there an example out there that shows how to monitor a specific buff on one character using dquery from another? There just doesn't seem to be lots of documentation out there.
 

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I don't know how to do that with dannet but with NetBots its fairly easy. You can check ${NetBots[XYZ].Buff} and ${NetBots[XYZ].ShortBuff} to get a list of the buffs on that character
 
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I'm tinkering with that right now, actually. Thanks.
 

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This is example is for enchanter checking another toon for rune:

/dobserve ToonName -q "Me.Buff[Horrendous Rune Rk. II].ID"

then to check it:

/if (${Group.MainTank.Distance}<70 && !${Group.MainTank.Moving} && !${DanNet[ToonName].O["Me.Buff[Horrendous Rune Rk. II].ID"]})
 
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This is example is for enchanter checking another toon for rune:

/dobserve ToonName -q "Me.Buff[Horrendous Rune Rk. II].ID"

then to check it:

/if (${Group.MainTank.Distance}<70 && !${Group.MainTank.Moving} && !${DanNet[ToonName].O["Me.Buff[Horrendous Rune Rk. II].ID"]})
Thank you! Exactly what I was looking for.
 

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Thank you! Exactly what I was looking for.

No problem. This is pet buff check stuff just in case you need an example:

/dobserve PETOWNER'SNAME -q Me.PetBuff["Night's Endless Terror Rk. III"]

then to check:

!${DanNet[PETOWNER'SNAME].Observe[Me.PetBuff[Night's Endless Terror Rk. III]]}