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Satoshi's Wound

Post by Satoshi Veach on Wed May 22, 2013 2:56 am

Note: He was hit with a deadly attack and was hit in a VERY painful place to get hit. (A concentrated sledge hammer is the equivalent. Body armor spreads that around and that has been compared feeling like getting hit with a sledge hammer so I can imagine having it cleanly pass through you would be quite painful but more concentrated.)

However, his quick thinking to make an attempt to get out of the way left him with a wound to a more desirable painful place. Leaving him with no life threatening wounds-as long as they are eventually treated properly. Since he was rushed to the hospital he'll have no more than a scar after a good month-or so. Nothing grave.
Just really..REALLY painful in comparison to severity. X)
Satoshi may not know it but his analogy of the wound is actually almost completely accurate. The wound isn't exactly the size of a .45 (about as wide as a slightly-skinnier .357 round) but the wound is much more clean than other rounds. Since it's clean without any tumble, it is assumed that I was shot but by a .45 due to the nature of it's speed and penetration ability.
The doctors are a little baffled though because it differs from the nature of any specific bullet. Various traits appear from different round types.
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Re: Satoshi's Wound

Post by Eric Grimm on Wed May 22, 2013 10:35 am

I'll try harder next time.
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Re: Satoshi's Wound

Post by Ryuu Taketa on Wed May 22, 2013 11:26 am

Dammit my phone regestered my thumb on the negative rate XP
Anyway, bitch-next time you're getting a knife in yer ARSE!
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Re: Satoshi's Wound

Post by Satoshi Veach on Thu May 23, 2013 2:24 am

FYI: Both Satoshi and Chris haven't sustained wounds that are hard to get under control.
Chris and I were both slammed into a tree once but that wouldn't cause more than a bad bruise. Like I said, though, my wound may have penetrated front to back but it wasn't anything a little surgery couldn't fix. Chris could of hit the tree hard enough to require bandages on his torso area (it's a stretch, but it is, indeed, plausible) and, due to the extent of the fracture, would likely need surgical help and then a cast for a while but nothing that would put him in critical condition. The most rest he'd need is a good night's sleep from all of the adrenaline. Satoshi passed out from pain and then was medically kept under so surgery could be performed.
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Re: Satoshi's Wound

Post by Kuriko Hatsuhara on Thu May 23, 2013 2:31 am

Geh... what have I written that irks you? It can be changed >_>
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Re: Satoshi's Wound

Post by Satoshi Veach on Thu May 23, 2013 2:45 am

Just the critical condition part. I wanted to make sure there was no confusion on the incident.
...And Chris totally did this with punching the husk so hard it broke his hand. X"D

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Re: Satoshi's Wound

Post by Tiberius Hawke on Thu May 23, 2013 2:46 am

Critical condition? Que? LINK ME.
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Re: Satoshi's Wound

Post by Lenin on Thu May 23, 2013 2:48 am

So MaNy HaWkE aCcOuNtS iN tHiS tHrEaD
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