Author Topic: Stressed Wasps - Why did Shion not die?  (Read 1208 times)


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Re: Stressed Wasps - Why did Shion not die?
« on: March 01, 2015, 01:54:41 pm »
@lawlya: holy ****, that makes the bee infection super huge if Shion would be infected that early. Because wouldn't that imply at least part of the other citizens would have been infected for a long time too? That makes the big plan of the mayor and the scientist very close to complete success, whelp.

Oh, but with the egg misplacing itself makes sense! Incubation takes place in the cerebellum where it hatches, but if it hatched lower than that, it would still come out of the neck but without the whole brain trajectory. (That would leave to question how Shion did experience most of the effects of the bee hatching that the other victims did, but it would explain why he didn't die because of it and everyone else aside from Rou did, as far as we know.)

Ah, thanks for the clarification with the oxygen! I guess the white hair and scarring are then just artistic license or Elyurias's magic/whatever, then? (Markings to make you resemble a bee/wasp? I HAVE NO IDEA)