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11-20-2008 @ 9:04PM
One of the big arguments against torture is that there's usually no guarantee that the victim actually knows the information you're after. Another is that it's very hard to know when the victim is telling the truth, and when he's just saying whatever he thinks you want him to say.Of course, this is in a game where the things we kill are usually feeling much better in a minute or two, and vice versa, and which magic is real, so if they wanna pretend that torture sometimes works, oh well.
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