Quotes / Feel No Pain

Like fear, pain was something a Space Marine might feel, but never bow to. Pain was the Emperor's way of reminding him there was work to do. An Astarte's duty overrode pain. It even overrode death.

I haven't lost an arm, brother. It's over there.
Captain Cortez, Warhammer 40,000

That thought sent a rush of hatred and rage through him, and he reached down to his belt, pulling out a green vial with a long injector needle. Carrizales popped the cap off of it and jammed the needle into his thigh, hissing at the pain as the tip punctured his skin.

The pain still bit at him for a few seconds as he listened to his men fight and die all around him, slogging forward to be cut down. Then, the noise of battle began to dull, drawing back. Carrizales looked up at his enemies, hearing a deep, rapid drumbeat in his ears, overriding all other sounds. He could acutely smell the blood and feces and cordite in the air, even as the sensations from his skin slid away.''

The drumbeat grew faster, and he rose, no longer feeling pain, no longer feeling anything except his heightened sense of smell, like a hunting animal. He thought he could smell their fear, and could see a blur, indistinct but locked in his mind. Hatred began to grow within him, flaring up as he stepped through the water. Numbly, Carrizales raised his rifle.

Not every kid learns it the same way. Some learn it so good that pain loses all meaning. It just doesn't register. Prison guards call guys like that "anesthetics." When they go, they go. Clubs bounce off their heads; they wear mace like it was a coat of sweat; they pull stun-gun wires out of their bodies and strangle you with them.

"You can't hurt them. It takes death to stop their pain."

"My body senses injuries. The data could be called pain."

"Didn't they give you anything for the pain?!"
"What's pain?"
"I think we need to step down your steroids a notch, Corporal."
Nick and Dr. Bunnigus, Schlock Mercenary

"What, my hand? No, it's fine. A blaster shot just grazed it. No, no, it doesn't hurt. I don't let it."
Luke Skywalker to a concerned R2-D2, Radio Drama for Return of the Jedi.

"... By the way, you might see my arm lying around somewhere. If you could pick it up, that'd be great."
Dhomochevsky, Blame!

"But the key difference between you and me? My body can't feel pain!"
Nemesis Prime, Transformers Prime

Colonel Trautman: How's the wound?
Rambo: You taught us to ignore pain, right?
Colonel Trautman: Is it working?
Rambo: Not really.

My sunglasses amplify light so that I can see; I'm nearly blind because there's not enough light in the world to feed my hungry eyes. Hearing aids crank one-hundred-eighty decibels into my shattered auditory nerves. I still can't feel or smell. Did you know that the skin is the largest organ in the human body? I constantly burn myself on stoves.
Mage: The Ascension - Tradition Book: Virtual Adepts

I'm Ants-In-My-Eyes Johnson, everything's black, I can't see a thing, and also I can't feel anything either, did I mention that? But that's not as catchy as having ants in your eyes, so that always goes, you know, off by the wayside. I can't feel! It's a very rare disease - all my nerves, they don't allow for the sensation of touch, so I never know what's going on! Am I standing? Sitting? I don't know!
Ants-In-My-Eyes Johnsonnote , Rick and Morty, "Rixty Minutes"

Working the grills and deep fryers inevitably leads to burns. After enough exposure to the tainted grease used by O'Tolley's, the burgerman learns to simply shut off his pain receptors. While his body feels (and shows) the effects of burns, the burgerman doesn't register the pain. As such, any damage done to them by fire does not cause wound penalties to their dice pools. A side effect of this is that, in order to feel actual heat, they frequently take scalding-hot showers or drink boiling-hot coffee. Following a lawsuit, managers at O'Tolleys now make a conscious effort (as much as they can) to keep their employees from serving scalding-hot beverages to the customers.
Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Book of the City

I love to raise some Cain
Believe me, it's no strain
It feels so great to smash a plate
And look! There is no pain (crash)
No pain (crash)
No pain (crash; repeat five more times)
Roger Rabbit, Who Framed Roger Rabbit