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drpepperofevil
drpepperofevil
Posts: 2

1/2/2012
So I am currently on a slow boat passing a dark beach on a silent river. Can my wounds ever get so high that I just can't go back?
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Rupho Schartenhauer
Rupho Schartenhauer
Posts: 775

1/2/2012
I don't think so. Even if you have, like, Wounds 50 you could still work it back to zero.

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Old hand, still occasionally playing.
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Patrick Reding
Patrick Reding
Posts: 440

1/2/2012
You can mail the developers asking them to delete your character. That is the only way I know of for a character to die permanently.

I believe there's also an opportunity card that lets you return to the land of the living immediately for a bit of Fate. But since I've been careful to keep Yana from dying at all, I can't confirm this.

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http://echobazaar.failbettergames.com/Profile/Yana
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Jack Vaux-Harrowden
Jack Vaux-Harrowden
Posts: 243

1/2/2012
Patrick Reding wrote:
I believe there's also an opportunity card that lets you return to the land of the living immediately for a bit of Fate. But since I've been careful to keep Yana from dying at all, I can't confirm this.


Kind of. Yes, this exists, but there's a cap on how high your Wounds can be and still use it. (I think; I haven't visited the Boatman in a while.)
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Nigel Overstreet
Nigel Overstreet
Posts: 1220

1/3/2012
I hear rumor that seeking the Name may bring you the death you seek...

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The Romantic Egotist: Most Hedonistic Man in All of Fallen London
Are you or someone you know Overgoated? Please, let me know!

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T WO Chandler
T WO Chandler
Posts: 93

1/3/2012
Nigel Overstreet wrote:
I hear rumor that seeking the Name may bring you the death you seek...


Not permanently, to my knowledge. Though be prepared for just about everything short of that.

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For secrets are their own reward.
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Rhian (???)
Rhian (???)
Posts: 1

2/9/2012
Greetings- I am in something a predicament regarding death in general. Recently I took a journey down the river thinking my visit might lead to a clue in my search for a missing comtess.... however, I ran across this card:
[SPOILER] "....or you could just give up. It's peaceful down here, after all."
-Lie back and close your eyes. Are you quite sure about this?[/SPOILER]


I daresay, curiosity is getting the better of me, but I have no desire to entirely cease to exist just yet......are there any thoughts on this predicament?


Yours,

-Rhian
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Endy
Endy
Posts: 278

2/9/2012
Relax and embrace death, allow your fears to melt away.

there is always a way back in Fallen London, so far at any rate...

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sonantem aeternum ad terram

Through the darker shadows.
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Branden Linton
Branden Linton
Posts: 391

2/9/2012
Rhian (???) wrote:
Greetings- I am in something a predicament regarding death in general. Recently I took a journey down the river thinking my visit might lead to a clue in my search for a missing comtess.... however, I ran across this card:
[SPOILER] "....or you could just give up. It's peaceful down here, after all."
-Lie back and close your eyes. Are you quite sure about this?[/SPOILER]


I daresay, curiosity is getting the better of me, but I have no desire to entirely cease to exist just yet......are there any thoughts on this predicament?


Yours,

-Rhian


It just increases your wounds.

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Brom Girvan: a man of shadows and secrets. http://echobazaar.failbettergames.com/Profile/Brom~Girvan
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Patrick Reding
Patrick Reding
Posts: 440

2/9/2012
Branden Linton wrote:
It just increases your wounds.

And decreases your Nightmares. That part's important.

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http://echobazaar.failbettergames.com/Profile/Yana
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