The book points out that, despite the common misconception that the bullet has to be removed immediately, there's often no need to do so. Apparently bullets pass right through things in a lot of cases, especially in a point-blank shooting like yours was. The really important thing is to find something to stop the bleeding with, and to "set" the leg so that it grows back in the right way.
Apparently doing this for knees is really, really hard. Especially after you've had a knee shattered
, like when a bullet hits it.>>504845
That ass. That beautiful ass.
And the face attached to it too--no wonder she's called Rarity, that's a one-of-a-kind face.
You might need to look this mare up after you're done here.
Oh yeah, tweezers. Looking inside a few drawers reveals a pair of tweezers with a bit of paint on the end. Looks like it was used for assembling plastic models or some nerdy shit like that.