Here’s my entry for DF’s contest. I seem to be the only participant but hell, I was doing this mostly for my own amusement anyway. Ingredients for my screenshot: A decent fatigue damage dealing weapon and a skilled warrior who won’t kill himself with critical failures during the session, which means a master was needed. Unfortunately. I gave Sir Garrick Douche an Arcane Stuff and in return asked him if he would like to beat the fuck out of me. He didn't say no. A nice quiet and cool looking place where no one would interfere us (Zanza’s crib) A Medical Arachnid from our good old friend, Hieronymous Maxim A fuckload of time So I thought: ”Since the current unofficial winner is Kirov’s -73, how much fatigue damage should I absorb and survive for my entry to make it a good one? A hundred? A thousand? Nah, that would be weak. But a million should do.” As we can all see, the unimaginable destruction caused by the combined powers of Garrick and his Arcane Staff have shred my Smoking Jacket to particles, yet, luckily for me, my Boxorz of Might have proven to be worth every penny I’ve paid for them. Fun fact #1: During the process of gathering that fatigue damage, Garrick has crippled both of my arms, one of my legs and has scarred me 238 times. Fun fact #2: If, for some reason, Garrick would die all of a sudden (or escape from a Horny Zanza), here’s how much time would it take to regenerate all of that damage and get back to 0 fatigue for someone with: Heal Rate: 1 – 115 days, 17 hours, 46 minutes and 40 seconds Heal Rate: 2 – 57 days, 20 hours, 53 minutes and 20 seconds Heal Rate: 3 – 38 days, 13 hours, 55 minutes and 40 seconds Heal Rate: 4 – 28 days, 22 hours, 26 minutes and 40 seconds Heal Rate: 5 – 23 days, 3 hours, 33 minutes and 20 seconds Heal Rate: 6 – 19 days, 6 hours, 57 minutes and 50 seconds And yes, I’m talking real time here, not game time. Also, as you have probably figured out by now, with the setting I used (which anyone can arrange in vanilla Arcanum without any cheats) with Garrick (being a melee master and all) never getting a critical failure (therefore never damaging himself) and the Arachnid healing me without any limits, the lowest possible fatigue is minus infinity, or at least as much as the game is able to take without crashing or doing something silly like changing the value from negative to positive or something.