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Almost every [[creature]] in the game possesses a body (ghosts being a notable exception).  These bodies are composed of [[bone|bones]], limbs, [[shell|shells]], [[hoof|hooves]], [[hair]], and many other pieces.  [[Corpse|Corpses]] can be cut up at a [[butcher's shop]], yielding these parts as individual items, ready for whatever ghastly rite one may be planning.  The [[Stocks|stocks]] menu has a "Body parts" category that lists all such ''inedible'' parts, rotten or otherwise.
 
Almost every [[creature]] in the game possesses a body (ghosts being a notable exception).  These bodies are composed of [[bone|bones]], limbs, [[shell|shells]], [[hoof|hooves]], [[hair]], and many other pieces.  [[Corpse|Corpses]] can be cut up at a [[butcher's shop]], yielding these parts as individual items, ready for whatever ghastly rite one may be planning.  The [[Stocks|stocks]] menu has a "Body parts" category that lists all such ''inedible'' parts, rotten or otherwise.
  
 
Also battles may cause a loss of a body part causing a total loss of it's function.
 
Also battles may cause a loss of a body part causing a total loss of it's function.
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Latest revision as of 09:19, 3 July 2012

This article is about an older version of DF.

Almost every creature in the game possesses a body (ghosts being a notable exception). These bodies are composed of bones, limbs, shells, hooves, hair, and many other pieces. Corpses can be cut up at a butcher's shop, yielding these parts as individual items, ready for whatever ghastly rite one may be planning. The stocks menu has a "Body parts" category that lists all such inedible parts, rotten or otherwise.

Also battles may cause a loss of a body part causing a total loss of it's function.