necromorph-slayinglovemachine:

When you’re a zombie unable to adequately process internal pain caused by extreme emotional distress you may just misinterpret said pain as a physical injury to your body and… well, attempt to remove it at the source
Challenged myself to do a limited palette painting (using this palette) inspired by this photo of a hyena with its own entrails in its mouth. Poor baby

necromorph-slayinglovemachine:

When you’re a zombie unable to adequately process internal pain caused by extreme emotional distress you may just misinterpret said pain as a physical injury to your body and… well, attempt to remove it at the source

Challenged myself to do a limited palette painting (using this palette) inspired by this photo of a hyena with its own entrails in its mouth. Poor baby

Suddenly roast duck falls from the sky!
Anonymous

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Perhaps it got struck by lightning. 8U

You vs. eyeless bandanna Hunter--GO!
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But he’s my friend…

Since your eye sights are not very strong, have you ever mistaken a mannequin for a survivor while hunting in the malls and/or stores?

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Surprisingly, no - I don’t really rely on eyesight at all when I hunt (my senses of smell and hearing are far superior), so if it doesn’t sound, smell, or… have all the body parts of a survivor, then it’s unlikely I’ll mistake it for one.

You hear the sound of someone walking down the street, the slight clinking noise of an axe being dragged across the ground. The person responsible is smiling, he's always smiling, for he is The Villager. You spot him coming your way, his maniacal sparkling eyes dead set on you. What do you do?

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Administer BEES

Would you and Cob allow any weak scavenger hunters around? The small ones who will like pick small meaningless scraps off whats left of yours, or like hunt something but only take a fraction of the amount.
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Honestly you’d be lucky if there’s anything left to scavenge after we’re through with a kill - between the two of us it doesn’t usually take long to pick a corpse clean (especially Cob; he’s a living garbage disposal). However on the off chance that there are scraps left over and we don’t feel like dragging them off with us then it’s unlikely we’ll care who takes over the rest after we leave.

- walks up to you curiously and flaps wings looking at you while carrying a bone in mouth looking at you and giggles slightly looking at you with tares and gashes all over body looking at you - you are certainly interesting looking i'll give you that so here have a bone

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…Uh, thanks, flying horse thing.

((I’m rather flattered you would think to ask me! While what exactly spurred Hy’s relative “success” within the fandom (especially on this ask blog) will always be something of a mystery to me, the best advice I can offer is to not be afraid to dabble in headcanon material (part of the fun of the L4D universe is the general ambiguity of it, with little canon information regarding the Flu, its origins, Infected behavior out of gameplay context, etc. to go on there’s all sorts of stuff you can interpret for yourself and that’s actually a lot of what I base my responses on) and to not get discouraged even if questions are slow in coming! Get out there, tag relevantly so people who browse ‘em will see and possibly get interested, and with a little time and patience you’ll see results. The community is pretty big, (mostly) friendly and eager to interact, as I’ve found over the past two and a half years. They’ll keep you busy - I know I’ve been.

Have fun, friends!

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Do you like lobster?
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Yeah, but the fact that it’s not nearly as easy to get as fish (and it’s also a lot of annoying work to get through that shell for little payoff meat-wise) makes it not all that worth it to hunt down.

why do some hunters claw their eyes out?
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Extreme sensitivity to light is a common side effect of the Hunter strain; for some it’s worse than others. Sometimes it gets to be so painful and irritating a Hunter simply has no choice but to remove the source of the discomfort - even if it means self-mutilation.