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Blood Clotting
« on: November 16, 2014, 10:51:43 PM »

Isn't it a bit silly to take an arrow and then proceed to bleed for days on end? The body usually clots minor wounds in three minutes, surely a wound would have to close somehow without needing treatment. I just say this because it's annoying when you have a single colonist that gets wounded, or one incapable of doctor's work when your other guy is hurt.


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Re: Blood Clotting
« Reply #1 on: November 17, 2014, 01:35:49 AM »

In all honesty if you've got an Arrow stuck in you then you'll probably die from shock instead of blood loss.

IMO if pain reaches 75% then you get knocked out, 100% and you die from your heart exploding.

Medicine and herbs can curb pain.

But I do agree that blood loss shouldn't go on for several days. Hours sure, but its gotta stop. That said people bleed too slowly TBH you can bleed out in a matter of MINUTES. Combat IRL is deadly.
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Re: Blood Clotting
« Reply #2 on: November 17, 2014, 02:15:12 AM »

Yes, combat is deadly here too. The point of the thread is about papercuts bleeding for days.
The body won't stop, let's say, abdominal bleeding from a spear thrust, but a slash on the arm (that didn't reach bone - or an artery) usually gets better.
We aren't talking about infections here. But the body somehow manage to self heal.
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