Acute Olfactory Sensors
Resistance to Bacterial Decomposition
Physical Touch Sensors
Boarding up second story windows
Filling all bath tubs, sinks and liquid recepticles with water
Calling the police and close by relatives
Stock Pilling Ammunition
Stock Pilling Food
Infected blood touchin open wounds
All of the above
Single Strike Kills
Grappling and Avoiding Clenches
Boxing or similar hand strikes
Arm Bars and Chokes
You apply cold compresses to their head and rest for the remainder of the day.
You apply a bandage to their ear and rest for the remainder of the day.
You give them a pain reliever and wrap them in blankets to keep warm and rest for the remainder of the day.
You decide to pick up the pace to heat up the body.
You stop, get a fire going and bundle up in a sleeping bag or emergency blanket. You sip hot beverages until you start to feel better.
You stop get a fire going and have a beer knowing that alcohol warms you up.