Originally Posted by silencer299
Warning, disturbing imagery ahead.
ganelon, if you're gonna say something like "every ninja", you have to at least think about what you're saying. There's a difference between watching someone die, and performing an autopsy on a body that's too warped for friends and family to recognize. In my books, the word 'gore' does not relate to a gash or nosebleed. I'm talking about some serious napalm burns, where the skin is turned into burnt jelly-like meat, and slides off the muscle and bone on slightest contact. Or somebody's belly is sliced open, making the guts erupt in a flow of blood and screams. Be careful with your points; the only advantage doctors have over the ninja's comrades, is that they usually don't know the person they're operating on, but that's all out the window when they have to confront friends and family of the deceased. Doctors have it off much worse than field ninjas when it comes to requirements for nerves of steel.
INC, nurse and doctor are not the same thing. But now that you mention it, Nurse is more of a Hinata thing to be.
1. thing....eew... lol. jk. War movies are gruesome. Saving Private Ryan wasn't even one of the worst and it's still freaky. *shivers*
I know. I was just saying that she would make a good nurse.