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Re: Damage and recovery

Thu 01 Feb 2018, 19:03

All good, I thought you were proposing a change from Misery to Coriolis's 2 trauma types, something I'm (sort of) doing myself.

As for Long Post Syndrome, I too suffer from that affliction. :-P
 
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Re: Damage and recovery

Fri 09 Feb 2018, 15:11

Now that i have had a look at the critical injuries tables in English i have a big question (or suggestion): what are the long term or permanent affects of critical injuries as you won't be able to heal a severed limb or ear with field medicine and a bandage and food?  It might be a good idea to include an extra column in the critical injuries table for permanent effects for each injury.

Also, it will surely only take hours, and not days, to die from a punctured lung?

Thoughts?
 
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Re: Damage and recovery

Fri 09 Feb 2018, 16:42

Also, it will surely only take hours, and not days, to die from a punctured lung?

Thoughts?
You have two lungs? There are a lot of people in the world managing to survive with only one lung. If you get both punctured I would agree with hours, though. But if you just have one punctured lung it's most likely the bloodloss that kills you, not asphyxiation.
 
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Re: Damage and recovery

Fri 09 Feb 2018, 17:30

Now that i have had a look at the critical injuries tables in English i have a big question (or suggestion): what are the long term or permanent affects of critical injuries as you won't be able to heal a severed limb or ear with field medicine and a bandage and food?  It might be a good idea to include an extra column in the critical injuries table for permanent effects for each injury.

Also, it will surely only take hours, and not days, to die from a punctured lung?

Thoughts?
Some of these things has been brought to their attention when they released them in Swedish. They will most likely go through them again and make necessary adjustments or additional information for the permanent injuries.
I have a friend that got one of his lungs punctured. He was in a bad shape and it was very serious but as Eldhierta above said, you have two lungs.
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Re: Damage and recovery

Sat 31 Aug 2019, 16:58

Are there rules for reattaching limbs? Like any magic that does that?
 
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Re: Damage and recovery

Sat 31 Aug 2019, 17:03

Are there rules for reattaching limbs? Like any magic that does that?
No.

We use the Resurrection spell for it, except for the permanent empathy loss. Our reasoning for this is that if the spell can regenerate a dead body (up to a week old) it should be able to regenerate a "dead" body part.
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Re: Damage and recovery

Sat 31 Aug 2019, 17:46

Are there rules for reattaching limbs? Like any magic that does that?
Except for Elves, I simply wouldn’t allow it. You could houserule a spell of course. Other than that there are peglegs and hooks. :D
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