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IDProjectCategoryView StatusDate SubmittedLast Update
0002872Dwarf FortressGeneralpublic2010-07-28 07:322011-03-02 09:15
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PrioritylowSeveritytrivialReproducibilityhave not tried
PlatformWindowaOSXPOS Version
Product Version0.31.12 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0002872: Dwarf child walking around with intestines outside of body -- disembowelment not fatal
DescriptionOne of my dwarf children got stabbed in the guts, resulting in them popping out on the ground. She survived however, and got stitches. Now she is literally dragging her guts around (represented as grey "~"). She is not taking any kind of damage from this and she hasn't even gotten any infections as one would think you'd get from that sort of thing.
Steps To ReproduceMake a goblin/other enemy to cut one of the dwarfs open I suppose.
Additional InformationThis is not affecting gameplay in any way, but it is rather funny/disturbing.
TagsSave Included
Attached Files

- Relationships
has duplicate 0002746resolvedFootkerchief Disembowelment mostly not fatal 
related to 0000033resolvedToady One Bronze colossus, skeletal creatures, fleshballs, and others are impossible to kill 

-  Notes
Dwarfu (manager)
2010-07-28 08:59

Please upload a save: [^]
Rafal99 (reporter)
2010-07-28 18:10

Omg. Upload the save please, I have to see this! ;)
Footkerchief (manager)
2010-08-01 13:16

Reminder sent to: Heinzy

Do you have a save demonstrating this problem? [^]
Heinzy (reporter)
2010-08-02 08:08

Sorry for the delay, here is the requested save: [^]
Miuq (reporter)
2010-08-18 01:41
edited on: 2010-08-18 01:41

I have a mule in my fort who was shot a few times during a Goblin ambush. He has been dragging his guts around since. It's been over four seasons and he still seems fine, save the ~~ following him everywhere.

Dwarfu (manager)
2010-08-18 06:02

Oddly enough, I started a new fortress recently and one of the first things to happen was someone decided to stick their pick in a muskox belly.

The muskox bled and vomited a bit, but seems relatively fine now (other than his guts are out). [^]
kwieland (reporter)
2010-08-27 05:05

Some people have all the fun. :)
fmunoz (reporter)
2010-11-03 08:59

I have a kitten with this problem too. Funny but sad at the same time.

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2010-07-28 07:32 Heinzy New Issue
2010-07-28 08:59 Dwarfu Note Added: 0011188
2010-07-28 15:13 Footkerchief Relationship added has duplicate 0002746
2010-07-28 15:14 Footkerchief Relationship added child of 0000033
2010-07-28 18:10 Rafal99 Note Added: 0011217
2010-08-01 13:16 Footkerchief Note Added: 0011367
2010-08-02 08:08 Heinzy Note Added: 0011400
2010-08-02 08:08 Heinzy Issue Monitored: Heinzy
2010-08-02 08:08 Heinzy Issue End Monitor: Heinzy
2010-08-04 14:53 Khym Chanur Issue Monitored: Khym Chanur
2010-08-18 01:41 Miuq Note Added: 0011883
2010-08-18 01:41 Miuq Note Edited: 0011883 View Revisions
2010-08-18 05:52 Dwarfu Tag Attached: Save Included
2010-08-18 06:02 Dwarfu Note Added: 0011887
2010-08-27 02:32 kuketski Issue Monitored: kuketski
2010-08-27 05:05 kwieland Note Added: 0012148
2010-11-02 15:28 Zanethda Issue Monitored: Zanethda
2010-11-03 08:59 fmunoz Note Added: 0013601
2011-03-02 09:15 Footkerchief Summary Dwarf Child with intestines outside of body => Dwarf child walking around with intestines outside of body -- evisceration not fatal
2011-03-02 09:15 Footkerchief Summary Dwarf child walking around with intestines outside of body -- evisceration not fatal => Dwarf child walking around with intestines outside of body -- disembowelment not fatal
2014-07-29 13:07 Toady One Relationship replaced related to 0000033

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