It's skeleton season and that means it's time for the second (and almost certainly last) annual FYAD skeleton debate! This time Paraone ponders the most essential skeleton question of all. You can ask him about skeletons and even ants on Twitter, though he basically just uses his account to harass Bob Vila. William "ryorininseven" Cook illustrated some of the scenarios!
what are skeletons
the crunchy part of the human
its the structure that had meat attached to it that supports your ghost until it gives out and sets your ghost free
skeletons is rocks with food outside
skeletons come from the hard parts of a dead body and ghosts come from the soft parts
sometimes skeletons have to wear robes and hoods, because it's cold in the graveyard
skeletons are powerful foes but can also be powerful allies if you befriend them
can i defeat a skeleton with such things as an axe
Top Bunk Wanker
an axe can provide the necessary blunt force to defeat a skeleton. do NOT rely on purely bladed or piercing weapons such as swords or spears though
skeltons have mastery in all sorts of medieval weaponry including maces, spears, great axes, bows, and sorcery.
i bet a skeleton could throw a mans arm a thousand miles.
when fighting their own kind, skeletons utilize attacks of the Dog-element
Top Bunk Wankerdogs themselves are surprisingly bad weapons against skeletons, because the amount of bones confuses them and they often attack non-vital bones first which gives the skeleton many counterattack opportunities
skeletons are fragile. they don thave pain but they get pissed if u break them,. good way to make a skeleton angry if you want.
sqSkeletons love staying intact and fairly fucking hate being scattered
skeletonss hate future skeletons (people) and want to scare them
if they scare them bad enough then the person dies and converts into another skeleton
there are more skeletons on earth than there are people
People are just placeholders for skeletons
BEEP! BOOP! ZAP! Video games aren't for my dad anymore! Because he's dead.
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