Re: [Girl Genius] Re: Where's the blood?
- Jon Kelley wrote:
> We also have to assume that Jagers have somewhat heightened senses - while it takes a pretty massive traumatic insult for any of /us/ to "schmell de blood," we can safely assume (I think - I hate using that word...) that Jagers are able to do so when the injury is on a level with a badly scraped knee, for instance. So, it would be reasonable to expect that a much lesser trauma would be needed for a heightened sense of schmell.Hey if dogs can be trained to smell cancer:
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2006/01/060106002944.htm I see no
reason Jaegers couldn't smell a little blood, or even entirely internal
bleeding, I doubt you'd even need a nose as good as a dog's for this.
"I am a fully rounded human being with a degree from the university of life, a diploma from the school of hard knocks, and three gold stars from the kindergarten of getting the shit kicked out of me."
- I belive he was scratched by a bullet on the right arm, based on the
first panel of this page http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?
date=20071207 , there hasn't been a clear close view of that part of
his right arm since.
"Mechanicsburg sounds like my kind of town."
I was refering to the first panel of this page, I think I would blend
I think this sums it up "CRASH! POW! ZAP! WHREEEE! ding, HOORAY!"
- --- In email@example.com, yumitori <yumitori@...> wrote:
> Gilgamesh Wulfenbach is most definitely not foolish.You have to be a Spark to be so focussed on that
> He also understands the need to not appear weak,
> especially under these circumstances. It's not at
> all unreasonable to presume that he took precautions
> to avoid visible bleeding.
definition of the problem, that you overlook means of
avoiding /actual/ bleeding!
I think you might even consider going the other way;
avoid actual injury, use stage-blood liberally, stride
around with youthful vigour heedless of your unnecessary
bandages. As long as you don't trip up over them, isn't
it a winner?