It’s because they’re letting the pigs eat the corpses of the dead soldiers. Did you really need to ask, Toothlicker Harj? You are an orc. I’d expect you’d know these things. Oh. It was a rhetorical question, wasn’t it? Silly me.
Hey look, more reanimated corpses. But this time we took a disembodied spirit and jammed it in a dead body that was not its own. Does this seem like a good idea to anyone? What are we even trying to accomplish here?
Oh, that’s gross. And probably unsanitary. So many corpses. So much touching…
I don’t know what verse this is. I’ve lost count–lost count of all the times we’ve found ourselves digging up corpses. We’re digging up corpses again.
We all know the story of Frankenstein’s monster, so I’m not going to get into the obvious questions of animating constructs made from the parts of corpses. What I want to know is this: they call it the ‘prized’ amalgam. Does that mean there’s…a competition or something for this kind of thing? Are they giving …
Guys. Stop digging up dead people. I feel something like one third of the problems in the MTG Multiverse would be solved if people just left the dead alone.
Seriously. Leave them alone.
In Theros, this is what you find if you follow the light on the far side of the bay. I told you it wasn’t worth it, Gatsby. Those things in the foreground? Think those might be corpses.
While I would agree that digging for corpses, as you suggest, is not a good idea, I think you and I have very different definitions of ‘treasure.’
I told you to stop digging up the graves! Why don’t you listen?