If you have ever been in a war zone, you know that the soldier on the other side of the line feels the same way you do. They are all in the same battle, but they are all having to think about it in different ways. I have met soldiers who are in the middle of a war, and they have all the same thoughts as me, but they are all in a different way.
The same thing could be said about someone with cerebral palsy. They want to do what everyone else wants to do, but they don’t feel like they have it in them. Sometimes that means not participating in something, but sometimes it means just taking a stand. Our new hero, Gage, is a veteran amputee whose left leg has been completely amputated.
The problem is that people with disabilities don’t always make the best choices in life. We need to encourage people to exercise, eat, and socialize, but sometimes they choose not to. Gage has made the choice to not perform the same duties as the other soldiers that are going through the same thing.
Gage believes he has to use his high-tech prosthetic to help people, but it’s more than that. It’s not just about being a doctor or a lawyer. Gage is a soldier. He’s also a person with a disability, so he knows that doing things the right way is important. He’s determined to help people, and he’s determined to do so in a way that he believes will make a difference.
As a soldier, Gage is allowed to use a bayonet on his leg. He can’t really use it on his shoulder, which is when the game starts to deviate from the story we previously knew. Instead of being a man fighting to end the war, Gage is now fighting to help people heal. Gage says he’s never actually seen a soldier with a bayonet in his hand before, so its easy to see that hes not just trying to kill people.
Like most of the game, you can’t take Gage’s bayonet on your own self, so I’m not sure how that helps him heal. But I’m sure it helps that this is the first time he can actually heal from a bayonet wound. Also, like any other bayonet, you can only use it once in a game. So once you have him heal, it seems to be a lot easier to just take out Visionaries and then take on Gage.
You need to have a bayonet in hand to heal, so that might be one reason why you can heal from a bayonet. In fact, you can heal from other effects too. Gage can heal from poison, but his healing is from the poison that was in the bayonet. You can also heal from wounds from other weapons.
Like the other effects, you can use it to heal from other effects, but it’s limited. You can heal from a bayonet just with bayonet point. And you can heal from the poison in the bayonet. It’s just that you need to be shooting your enemy to use it. And you can only use it once. So once you’ve used it on a particular enemy, then you can’t use it again.
Bayonet points heal from other effects too. As long as you aren’t using them on the same enemy, they will heal from the same effect.
Bayonet points are incredibly powerful. They can heal you from poison, poison from other effects, poison from other weapons, poison from bayonet point, and Bayonet points from other weapon effects. But you need to be shooting your target to use it. If you arent, it will heal from the poisons.