Re: Cannibalism in Prax (was Bestiality in Prax?)

From: David Cake <dave_at_OjgiqRdLjl3vsxAlAzDjRVfBWo4FXjzUCzZCg1GcBnxl7c484WVDEUD13YaaPHRWMhWWr7k>
Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2012 23:41:07 +0800

On 24/02/2012, at 12:30 PM, jorganos wrote:

> David Cake wrote:

>> 	And while I suggested that the Basmoli are probably more inclined to finding cannibalism a reasonable practice than others, I don't think they are the origin of the Cannibal cult at all - there is more or a correlation than a direct link between the two practices, just on the basis of the whole 'eating people is ok' thing (plus both being shamanic). 

> I guess, if you asked a Basmoli, he would be as abhorred by the notion of cannibalism as almost any other inhabitant of Prax. "Of course I'd never eat a lion, whether two-legged or four-legged."
	I believe Lions have been observed practicing cannibalism. I think when the alpha kills the children of rivals there might be cannibalism involved, if that makes a difference. 
	I don't think cannibalism is normal behaviour most of the time, though.


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