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Spoiler AAMFP- Procedure
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LordOfDragons Offline
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AAMFP- Procedure

Could someone explain me how the pigmans were created? I remember something about potions and the corpses...

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09-12-2013 10:05 PM
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RE: AAMFP- Procedure

Pigs and humans chopped to pieces, combined with the help of Compound X and brought to life with Weyer's Tonic (from Amnesia the Dark Descent).

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09-13-2013 12:06 AM
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RE: AAMFP- Procedure

I don't remember anything about Weyer's tonic... pretty sure he used compound X to revive the victims; in one note it mentioned that in whatever way the victim died from, they'd still be affected by it after being revived, so he drowned them.

I believe he captured his victims from the beds in his own house, one note talked about the procedure for encaging a victim, then sliding the bed back into the wall.
09-13-2013 12:47 AM
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RE: AAMFP- Procedure

What does that mean, they are still affected after the experiment? Like, they got a sickness and still are sick after the transformation?

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09-13-2013 12:29 PM
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RE: AAMFP- Procedure

(09-13-2013 12:29 PM)BossPiggy Wrote:  What does that mean, they are still affected after the experiment? Like, they got a sickness and still are sick after the transformation?

yes, the note said Mandus killed his dog using poison, then revived him. and the dog would whimper and would still be under the affect of the poison.

and i'm not sure if compound x is related to the revival chemical or not, but i remember clearly Mandus got the revival chemical from brennenburg castle. it's was pretty much the only connection to TDD.
09-13-2013 12:58 PM
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RE: AAMFP- Procedure

(09-13-2013 12:29 PM)BossPiggy Wrote:  What does that mean, they are still affected after the experiment? Like, they got a sickness and still are sick after the transformation?

If you were to kill somebody by stabbing their heart, then bring them back, they wouldn't last long because their heart would still be lacerated, for example. A sickness might be different because without the host alive, any virus might die off with enough time. Not a virologist, could be wrong on that.
09-13-2013 02:41 PM
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I think you see notes written by the Pigs, where the grammar is horrible and they talk about losing teeth and shitting blood.
09-13-2013 02:49 PM
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LordOfDragons Offline
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So the compound x revives them, makes the cells bond to each other...
But why can the pigs move after it? I mean it wont make bones and muscles bond will it?

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09-27-2013 01:15 PM
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