That's a good compromise right? I have to kill you, but I'll only do it when you decide. So if you don't want to die, well I can't be blamed!
While writing this subplot, I wondered whether people who lost their tongue could eat normally. The answer was no. Even in good medical conditions, with as little flesh removed as possible, reconstructive surgery, and physiotherapy, they would need tube feeding for several months before learning to swallow again. One can assume that the medieval torture version had a non neglectible fatality rate.
And a big thanks to the tobbaco industry, without whom web forums about "life after an oral cancer" would not exist at all. (In case you're wonderint, that's a sarcastic thanks; don't smoke!)
He's got a cool hat. I dunno why I never commented on it but it is indeed a cool hat.
He also seems to be a pretty cool guy, though, with a big conscience!
A cool hat for a cool guy?
Wow. I had never even considered the implications of having ones tongue cut from their head (other than loss of speech). Good art, AND informative!
I did my research! :)