Sins of the Father
Page 82895 (Souls: As a Power Source)
It is currently unclear whether the human soul acts as a power source, though that is the currently accepted hypothesis.
Many scholars posit that the soul must be the power source, because removal results in a loss of functionality for the body being studied.
Recent data has challenged the currently understood nature of the correlation between extraction and demise; scholar Caph has produced promising research theorizing that the death of a subject is only indirectly consequential to the extraction; rather it is the brutal act of extraction itself which damages nearby organs to the point of failure.
This failure should not be so surprising, considering that (because of the crudeness of one’s tools or the unrefined technique is unclear and honestly irrelevant) no extraction to date has yielded an undamaged and intact soul.
This page is the object of Will Taylor’s obsession.