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11-23-2010 @ 5:12AM
Now this is an interesting development. As far as I can remember, this is the first serious Kaldorei character Kelly has written into her WoW comics, and I'm looking forward to seeing how this one plays out.And before anybody here starts judging this Night Elf for assuming the worst, I'd like to remind everyone of another supply caravan that was raided in Ashenvale. The supplies were all stolen, and the Sentinels escorting it were stripped and flayed (quite possibly while they were still alive), their bodies chopped to pieces to be carried off by scavengers and their skins hung from a tree upon which a horde emblem was painted in fresh Kaldorei blood...
11-23-2010 @ 10:12AM
As long as the Orc dies before the mistake is discovered, I'll be happy. :)
11-23-2010 @ 2:27PM
Eeeew, when did this happen?
11-23-2010 @ 7:54PM
Happened in the Shattering book, by the Twlight's Hammer.And I personally doubt that the elves were completely flayed while the were still alive. The Twilight's might have started while the were still alive (and yes, according to my research, flaying does in fact hurt like a bitch), but, for the human body at least, you will die from shock, blood loss, or infection long before they can completely skin you.
11-23-2010 @ 8:19PM
Flaying has been used throughout (RL) human history, and while I doubt it is survivable, it is certainly possible to do without killing the victim immediately.Of course, it is unclear whether the Sentinels in the Ashenvale incident were alive or dead when they were subjected to this. In the book, it is simply reported to Varian that there is no way of telling, due to the severity of the corpses' mutilation.
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