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** If by "Rending" you mean "Unmaking", yes. It keeps Mandible from ever being resurrected by the Healing draft.
** "Rending" is a draft mentioned in the Book of patterns, distinct from "Unmaking". "The Guild of Embalmers originally licensed the draft for tearing rags into long strips...it ended up among the Assassins, whose uses for Rending are too horrible to describe."

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** If by "Rending" you mean "Unmaking", yes. It keeps depends on what version you're playing. The Steam version (the CD talkie version?) uses different drafts to kill Mandible from ever being resurrected by and to unmake [[spoiler:Hetchel and the Healing draft.
** "Rending" is a draft mentioned in
Loom]], and Rending seems the best guess for the other lethal draft. (Per the Book of patterns, distinct from "Unmaking". Patterns: "The Guild of Embalmers originally licensed the draft for tearing rags into long strips...it ended up among the Assassins, whose uses for Rending are too horrible to describe."") The [[https://classicreload.com/loom.html Classic Reload]] version (the original floppy version?) uses the same draft for both of them. (Presumably someone noticed the issue discussed under YouShouldntKnowThisAlready and added the new draft to fix it.)


** If by "Rending" you mean "Unmaking", yes. It keeps Mandible from ever being resurrected by the Healing draft.

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** If by "Rending" you mean "Unmaking", yes. It keeps Mandible from ever being resurrected by the Healing draft.draft.
** "Rending" is a draft mentioned in the Book of patterns, distinct from "Unmaking". "The Guild of Embalmers originally licensed the draft for tearing rags into long strips...it ended up among the Assassins, whose uses for Rending are too horrible to describe."


* What exactly did Chaos use to kill Bishop Mandible? Was it the draft of Rending or something else entirely?

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* What exactly did Chaos use to kill Bishop Mandible? Was it the draft of Rending or something else entirely?entirely?
** If by "Rending" you mean "Unmaking", yes. It keeps Mandible from ever being resurrected by the Healing draft.

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* What exactly did Chaos use to kill Bishop Mandible? Was it the draft of Rending or something else entirely?

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