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 Post subject: Skyrim Cannibalism
PostPosted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 12:50 am 
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After doing "The Taste of Death" and aquiring Namira's ring, are you stuck being a cannibal or the option only appear when you are wearing the ring?

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Only when wearing the ring.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Also, is Eola any good as a follower?

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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And cannibalism is bad because— why?

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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And cannibalism is bad because— why?

You're not contributing to the economy :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Moved to skyrim,
Unless the OP wants the thread to be about cannibalism in general.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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It can be moved, thanks. I hit "new topic" and didn't realize that I didn't pick which section it went in.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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cannibalism is the most respectful way to deal with the deceased, in my opinion. in a certain society, it would be environmentally safe and show that we accept the cycles of life and death.


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cannibalism is the most respectful way to deal with the deceased, in my opinion. in a certain society, it would be environmentally safe and show that we accept the cycles of life and death.


Seriously? I hope your sarcastic. LOL

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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I like Eola as a follower, Bane. However, I think she's dead in my game. I don't know, I couldn't find the body to confirm it. But she's a nifty follower.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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everar wrote:
cannibalism is the most respectful way to deal with the deceased, in my opinion. in a certain society, it would be environmentally safe and show that we accept the cycles of life and death.


Seriously? I hope your sarcastic. LOL


I could eat some people. For real.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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cannibalism is the most respectful way to deal with the deceased, in my opinion. in a certain society, it would be environmentally safe and show that we accept the cycles of life and death.


Yep, nothing says "I respect you" like having to "pass" Grandma after a big bowl of stew and biscuits.

"You are who you eat."

"He was licking me!"

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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eww, I could maybe eat a healthy person that died violently, but the old and/or sick? No thanks!

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Yep, nothing says "I respect you" like having to "pass" Grandma after a big bowl of stew and biscuits.


that made me laugh! although this topic is becoming a little shall we say weird lol

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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everar wrote:
cannibalism is the most respectful way to deal with the deceased, in my opinion. in a certain society, it would be environmentally safe and show that we accept the cycles of life and death.

I think I agree with this.

On topic: She is indeed a nifty follower. Watched her take out a bandit lair on her own, once! Though after the chief she was in dire need of healing hands.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Yep, nothing says "I respect you" like having to "pass" Grandma after a big bowl of stew and biscuits.


that made me laugh! although this topic is becoming a little shall we say weird lol


It is sort of surprising how eager people are to share their opinions on cannibalism when given the invitation to do so. I mean I suppose there's nothing wrong with it, we all like to get stuff off our chests.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Geez, guys. I leave for a day and you all want to eat each other. Haha, what a community.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Pilaf The Defiler wrote:
Only when wearing the ring.


I thought that but I have the cannibalism option and I'm not wearing it. I did try to wear it but Hircine's Ring is blocking my ability to wear any other ring. Have to finish that quest sometime.


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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Well this topic got weird fast.

Maybe it's just me, but when I found out that Eola was a cannibal, I immediately planned to kill her off.

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Geez, guys. I leave for a day and you all want to eat each other. Haha, what a community.


Well MAYBE if you had left some food in the fridge...


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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Cannibalism is indeed a respectful way to deal with to deal with the deceased. That way, you accept life and death, and your loved ones are apart of you until you [&@%!] them out.

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 Post subject: Re: Skyrim Cannibalism
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Cannibalism is no worse than violent vigilante genocide, y'know, what every player of like 99% of proper video games commits? :)

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Iaius Amaius Heron wrote:
Cannibalism is no worse than violent vigilante genocide, y'know, what every player of like 99% of proper video games commits? :)


But then again our genocide is normally for a good cause..... mostly

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A lot of ancient cultures used to eat the hearts of their fallen enemies to gain their power. Me, I do it for the health bonus :)


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phoult37 wrote:
A lot of ancient cultures used to eat the hearts of their fallen enemies to gain their power. Me, I do it for the health bonus :)


Some Celtic tribes in Brittania would ritually kill and eat the bone marrow of their greatest warrior before a big battle, typically only used as a drastic measure against the Romans. They believed it gave them the strength and heroism of the warrior they ate, and it was an honor to be chosen to be eaten by your tribe.


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phoult37 wrote:
A lot of ancient cultures used to eat the hearts of their fallen enemies to gain their power. Me, I do it for the health bonus :)


Some Celtic tribes in Brittania would ritually kill and eat the bone marrow of their greatest warrior before a big battle, typically only used as a drastic measure against the Romans. They believed it gave them the strength and heroism of the warrior they ate, and it was an honor to be chosen to be eaten by your tribe.


I knew there was a reason I liked the Celts. You don't happen to be Norwegian by chance do you? VinlandViking.... :)


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