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2-02-2009 @ 1:25PM
Quote: "That reminds me, the only downside I can think of as a Forsaken rogue is: would you stink really bad? Would anyone you spy on always wonder where that rotting stench is coming from?"The smells and even the process of decomposition are the result of rampant bacterial growth eating flesh in the absence of an immune system to fight them off. I would imagine there's something working inside the body of an Undead that carries out the same function as an immune system, since they don't seem to rot away to dust over time (or bacteria are unable to feed on undead flesh). So in all likelyhood,the Undead probably smell much better than the living.*The More You Know*
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