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    How to join 3 queries?[

    If I understand you correctly, what you can do is this: SELECT * FROM ( SELECT ... ) UNION ( SELECT ... ) UNION ( SELECT ... ) This will give you the unique results from all of the subqueries. It depends what you mean by "join" though - usually a join in SQL means to match up results based on common data, such as "same name" or "same id number", and put the matching data in the same result row. Your question sounds like you want to combine the result sets using "union", which basically means "Get these results, and these results, and these results, and return them all".
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    Basic Attack System

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