Croaking

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=Speculation=
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As of erf 161{{erf|1|161}}, speculation exists as to whether burying a corpse counts as moving it, and whether a body thus moved remains to be [[uncroaked]] or [[decrypted]].
As of erf 161{{erf|1|161}}, speculation exists as to whether burying a corpse counts as moving it, and whether a body thus moved remains to be [[uncroaked]] or [[decrypted]].
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It may be that units with the special: Regeneration ([[Bogroll]]), may recover from Croaking, however, it is still unknown what regeneration mean, it may mean they heal naturally during the turn they were damaged.
[[Category:Canon]]
[[Category:Canon]]

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Canon

Croaking is the equivalent of death in Erfworld. Units which are croaked have zero hits and cannot be healed.

Bodies

Croaked units leave bodies, which exist as physical objects for a short time after croaking. Bodies disappear at the start of the next turn that their side has, unless moved/claimed (e.g. uncroaked, reanimated as golems, eaten, used for something else like the teddybearskin rug and mounted gwiffon head in Parson's room)Erf-b1-p035Same-site.PNG. In the event that their side is eliminated, unclaimed bodies disappear at the next nightfall.

Proposed Canon

Speculation

As of erf 161Erf-b1-p161Same-site.PNG, speculation exists as to whether burying a corpse counts as moving it, and whether a body thus moved remains to be uncroaked or decrypted.

It may be that units with the special: Regeneration (Bogroll), may recover from Croaking, however, it is still unknown what regeneration mean, it may mean they heal naturally during the turn they were damaged.

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