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Published at 27th of March 2019 10:37:44 PM Chapter 155


I fainted the rabbit again, I needed to create a solid cage in order to watch over it . Creating a cage from wood was not the best choice . The rabbit could chew through it eventually and I did sleep during the night . I also didn't have any nails or things that could be used to make such cage . I opted to use heavy stones as the cage . I would create a circular cage that consisted of heavy stones . The stones would be stacked on top of each other and seal the rabbit inside . 'With heavy stones surrounding it, the rabbit should be unable to escape . Besides, with its injured leg, I hope it doesn't move a lot' I thought and proceeded with my plan .

I collected some bigger stones for the base and then some more to stack them on top . The rabbit would have a bit of room inside and it could stay there comfortably . I placed some animal furs inside the cage, this would prevent the rabbit from freezing during the night . I also left some common herbs that can be used to create medicine . There were no berries in the forest due to winter, that was the only food I could provide the rabbit with . I also had a lot of basic medical herbs due to me collecting them in the past . I placed the rabbit inside and covered the opening with a stone .

The "cage" was well ventilated and the rabbit had enough food for the day . When it woke up, it would probably try to escape . It would have to give up quickly due to the injury as well as the stone cage, which made it impossible for it to go out .

I still had enough poison left for another rabbit and decided not to make another batch . I had enough solution but the medicine was running out . I prepared to make more medicine . I wanted to have it in case the 1st rabbit needed more, the 2nd rabbit would require some medicine as well . I could cut another leg from the same rabbit but it could affect its recovery . A new and fresh rabbit, would be more suitable .

There was no point catching the rabbit that day, I needed to rest and relax for a bit . The procedure was really exhausting and attempting another one the same day, might result in complications which I didn't need at that point . For the rest of the day, I read the Nerves and Pressure Points book as well as the Corporeal Structure book just to make sure I had all the details correct .

The next day, I checked on the rabbit . Fortunately, it didn't injure its leg further, the wrapped cloth and sticks were still there, while the herbs I left for it to eat were gone . When the rabbit saw me, it was scared of me a lot . It probably thought that I might do something to it again . I fainted the rabbit and took it out of its stone cage .

When I unwrapped the cloth and checked the leg, I noticed that it started to heal pretty well . There didn't seem to be anything wrong and in a week or so the leg should full heal, provided medicine was applied to it . I washed the cloth and squeezed out as much water as I could, I then applied more medicine onto the rabbit's leg and wrapped the cloth as well as the sticks around it . 'The leg should heal just fine but to make sure, I will do the same process with another rabbit . I will give this one a few more days and then I will try to do my own arm' I thought as I placed the rabbit back into its cage .


I went into the forest to catch another rabbit . This didn't take me long and soon I was back with a brand new rabbit . I fainted it, just like the 1st one and prepared more medicine, before I started the procedure again .

In about 30 minutes, I was ready to start . I took the fainted rabbit, positioned it and cut its leg off . I severed the hind leg this time . Rabbits used their hind legs in order to jump around . I wanted to see what effects will my procedure have on that rabbit . The rabbit woke up just like the previous one and I applied some poison to its wound . I applied 1 more drop this time, to lessen the pain faster .

With the rabbit calming down and the pain subduing, I fainted it straight away . This way, I could work on the bleeding much easier . With the wound wrapped in cloth, I waited for it to stop bleeding . After about an hour or so, I started the procedure .

I was already a bit experienced with this, so the procedure went a bit more smoothly . I knew what to expect and I knew the order of the tasks, I needed to carry out . After about 35-40 minutes, the hind leg of the rabbit was attached back together . I did the same wrapping as I did with the 1st rabbit and let it sleep for a while . 'This went smoothly as well . This is good, it means I should be able to do it with my own arm as well . I just have to build a stone cage for this rabbit and monitor them for a few days . When I'm sure that there are no complications, I will try to repair my own arm' I thought and started collecting stones for the cage .

With another stone cage constructed, I placed the 2nd rabbit inside and left some herbs for it to eat . I check on the 1st rabbit and I noticed that it seemed to accept its fate of not being able to escape . I threw in some more herbs to the cage and said "Don't worry, I will release you in couple of days . I just need to check how your leg heals" and sealed the exit . It might sound stupid when a human talks with a rabbit but with the little interactions I had lately and the lost arm, saying something out loud was a nice thing once in a while .

I relaxed for the rest of the day while reading some books . I was already at the last chapter of the Corporeal Structure book . The 6th chapter described the inner workings of the so called sensing organs . Those were the ears, nose, tongue as well as eyes . The book described a bit about how each organ is able to perceive those senses but also ways to tackle basic defects and the overall healthcare of the sensing organs .

The 7th chapter was about the human brain . The book called it "The most complex organ in human body" . There wasn't much information in the book about the brain . Only some generalisations, such as the brain was responsible for storing the memory and it could do it for much longer than a human's average lifespan . It also explained memory types and how all the nerves are connected with the brain .

The last chapter of the book was very interesting . Although it contained a lot of generalisation, I still learned a lot from it . I also started the "Pressure Points" section from the Nerves and Pressure Points book . The book had a nice diagram, with all the pressure points available in human body . It also described what functions those points governed and possible ways of using them for treatment .

The book didn't contain any knowledge referring to combat use of these pressure points but it did highlight possible problems, if certain pressure points were struck . This provided me with some ideas about a skill concerning the pressure points . Besides the skills, I could also use that knowledge to stop bleeding or numb the pain . Although I had no way of training right now, I added it to the "Create new skill from this" list . Late in the evening, when I read both books from cover to cover, I went to sleep . I fainted the rabbit again, I needed to create a solid cage in order to watch over it . Creating a cage from wood was not the best choice . The rabbit could chew through it eventually and I did sleep during the night . I also didnt have any nails or things that could be used to make such cage . I opted to use heavy stones as the cage . I would create a circular cage that consisted of heavy stones . The stones would be stacked on top of each other and seal the rabbit inside . With heavy stones surrounding it, the rabbit should be unable to escape . Besides, with its injured leg, I hope it doesnt move a lot I thought and proceeded with my plan . I collected some bigger stones for the base and then some more to stack them on top . The rabbit would have a bit of room inside and it could stay there comfortably . I placed some animal furs inside the cage, this would prevent the rabbit from freezing during the night . I also left some common herbs that can be used to create medicine . There were no berries in the forest due to winter, that was the only food I could provide the rabbit with . I also had a lot of basic medical herbs due to me collecting them in the past . I placed the rabbit inside and covered the opening with a stone . The cage was well ventilated and the rabbit had enough food for the day . When it woke up, it would probably try to escape . It would have to give up quickly due to the injury as well as the stone cage, which made it impossible for it to go out . I still had enough poison left for another rabbit and decided not to make another batch . I had enough solution but the medicine was running out . I prepared to make more medicine . I wanted to have it in case the 1st rabbit needed more, the 2nd rabbit would require some medicine as well . I could cut another leg from the same rabbit but it could affect its recovery . A new and fresh rabbit, would be more suitable . There was no point catching the rabbit that day, I needed to rest and relax for a bit . The procedure was really exhausting and attempting another one the same day, might result in complications which I didnt need at that point . For the rest of the day, I read the Nerves and Pressure Points book as well as the Corporeal Structure book just to make sure I had all the details correct . The next day, I checked on the rabbit . Fortunately, it didnt injure its leg further, the wrapped cloth and sticks were still there, while the herbs I left for it to eat were gone . When the rabbit saw me, it was scared of me a lot . It probably thought that I might do something to it again . I fainted the rabbit and took it out of its stone cage . When I unwrapped the cloth and checked the leg, I noticed that it started to heal pretty well . There didnt seem to be anything wrong and in a week or so the leg should full heal, provided medicine was applied to it . I washed the cloth and squeezed out as much water as I could, I then applied more medicine onto the rabbits leg and wrapped the cloth as well as the sticks around it . The leg should heal just fine but to make sure, I will do the same process with another rabbit . I will give this one a few more days and then I will try to do my own arm I thought as I placed the rabbit back into its cage I went into the forest to catch another rabbit . This didnt take me long and soon I was back with a brand new rabbit . I fainted it, just like the 1st one and prepared more medicine, before I started the procedure again . In about 30 minutes, I was ready to start . I took the fainted rabbit, positioned it and cut its leg off . I severed the hind leg this time . Rabbits used their hind legs in order to jump around . I wanted to see what effects will my procedure have on that rabbit . The rabbit woke up just like the previous one and I applied some poison to its wound . I applied 1 more drop this time, to lessen the pain faster . With the rabbit calming down and the pain subduing, I fainted it straight away . This way, I could work on the bleeding much easier . With the wound wrapped in cloth, I waited for it to stop bleeding . After about an hour or so, I started the procedure . I was already a bit experienced with this, so the procedure went a bit more smoothly . I knew what to expect and I knew the order of the tasks, I needed to carry out . After about 35-40 minutes, the hind leg of the rabbit was attached back together . I did the same wrapping as I did with the 1st rabbit and let it sleep for a while . This went smoothly as well . This is good, it means I should be able to do it with my own arm as well . I just have to build a stone cage for this rabbit and monitor them for a few days . When Im sure that there are no complications, I will try to repair my own arm I thought and started collecting stones for the cage . With another stone cage constructed, I placed the 2nd rabbit inside and left some herbs for it to eat . I check on the 1st rabbit and I noticed that it seemed to accept its fate of not being able to escape . I threw in some more herbs to the cage and said Dont worry, I will release you in couple of days . I just need to check how your leg heals and sealed the exit . It might sound stupid when a human talks with a rabbit but with the little interactions I had lately and the lost arm, saying something out loud was a nice thing once in a while . I relaxed for the rest of the day while reading some books . I was already at the last chapter of the Corporeal Structure book . The 6th chapter described the inner workings of the so called sensing organs . Those were the ears, nose, tongue as well as eyes . The book described a bit about how each organ is able to perceive those senses but also ways to tackle basic defects and the overall healthcare of the sensing organs . The 7th chapter was about the human brain . The book called it The most complex organ in human body . There wasnt much information in the book about the brain . Only some generalisations, such as the brain was responsible for storing the memory and it could do it for much longer than a humans average lifespan . It also explained memory types and how all the nerves are connected with the brain . The last chapter of the book was very interesting . Although it contained a lot of generalisation, I still learned a lot from it . I also started the Pressure Points section from the Nerves and Pressure Points book . The book had a nice diagram, with all the pressure points available in human body . It also described what functions those points governed and possible ways of using them for treatment . The book didnt contain any knowledge referring to combat use of these pressure points but it did highlight possible problems, if certain pressure points were struck . This provided me with some ideas about a skill concerning the pressure points . Besides the skills, I could also use that knowledge to stop bleeding or numb the pain . Although I had no way of training right now, I added it to the Create new skill from this list . Late in the evening, when I read both books from cover to cover, I went to sleep .

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