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We are the fighting Uruk-hai! We slew the great warrior. We took the prisoners. We are the servants of Saruman the Wise, the White Hand: the Hand that gives us man’s-flesh to eat...

–Uglúk in The Two Towers, The Uruk-hai


Man-flesh is a food item that can be acquired through slaughtering Men, a favourite foodstuff for Orcs.

Obtaining Edit

Slaying Men of any kind with Orcish weapons will provide man-flesh as a dropped item, with a success rate of 0-2 per kill. It can also be purchased from Half-troll Scavengers.

Usage Edit

Man-flesh, first and foremost, is a foodstuff, which can be eaten by players with positive alignment with one or more Orc factions. Upon being eaten, it regenerates six 6food hunger points and provides decent saturation, comparable to that of cooked zebra and salted meat. Non-Orcish players that eat man-flesh will get the hunger effect for thirty seconds instead, and no hunger points will be restored.

Another way to put man-flesh to use is to cook it in an Orc Forge, which will turn it into rotten flesh. This makes it a far less efficient food source, mostly inedible by both good and evil players, but it can be used to make a profit in trade with the right conditions. By subsequently salting rotten flesh, however, one can produces suspicious meat, a food item has the same nutritional value as man-flesh. This is a useful tactic for non-Orc players or players trading with non-Orc players, as suspicious meat can be eaten safely regardless of one's alignment.

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Trading Edit

Man-flesh can be sold to orcish traders from Angmar, Dol Guldur, Mordor and Isengard for some coin. These traders will offer you 2-4 (2coinI to 4coinI) coins per piece of flesh.

When cooked, man-flesh becomes rotten flesh, which can be sold to half-troll scavengers and oddment collectors.

It can be bought from half-troll scavengers, who will charge you 6-10 (6coinI to 1coinX) coins per piece. In some cases you may even find their merchandise is still fresh and warm.

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