verb: bleed; 3rd person present: bleeds; past tense: bled; past participle: bled; gerund or present participle: bleeding
lose blood from the body as a result of injury or illness.
"the cut was bleeding steadily"
synonyms: lose blood, hemorrhage
"his arm was bleeding"
(of a dye or color) seep into an adjacent color or area.
"I worked loosely with the oils, allowing colors to bleed into one another"
synonyms: flow, run, seep, filter, percolate, leach
"one color bled into another"
(with reference to an illustration or design) print or be printed so that it runs off the page after trimming.
"the picture bleeds on three sides"
draw blood from (someone), especially as a once-common method of treatment in medicine.
Skeleton is the most based monster in all vidya
>Use fire on skeleton
>Turns into a fire skeleton
>Use ice on skeleton
>Turns into a ice skeleton
>Remove all the bones
>It come back to his original form
>Smash the skeleton
>Turns into a dust elemental
Final Fantasy X was pretty good about zombie status effects.
You can actually zombie attack the final boss and it'll work, but he has a 9999 auto heal every time you do damage to him so he'll actually kill himself for you.
>kill some ass-strange mutated pig
>it drops two handed sword, about four times the size of it
So without any fleshy limitations to hold them back anymore, what is stopping every magically animated skeleton from being Monsoon?
>it doesn't drop the wolf tail you need for your shitty quest
TFW people don't know that bones bleed
>lose blood from the body as a result of injury or illness.
Bones are part of the body
He's got a point. Poison Ivy doesn't inject you with poison, you get poisoned by touching it. The terms are used interchangeably too often.
Poison is touch or ingest.
Venom is inject.