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This article is about the power that deals with meat and cannibalism. As of writing this power has not been confirmed to be real. The name of the power has not been confirmed, but it might be the Butcher.

Episodes that seem to deal with this power Edit

MAG 18: The Man Upstairs Toby Carlisle attaches meat to the walls of his apartment. There is a living pile of meat.

MAG 20: Desecrated Host II Father Burroughs is tricked into cannibalism when taking part in the ritual of Eucharist.

MAG 28: Skintight The phrase "Silk will not stitch the butcher's meat" is written on a wall. This is apparently the only connection to meat in this episode.

MAG 30: Killing Floor David Laylow works in a meat processing plant. He begins to think of people as meat.

MAG 58: Trail Rations Eustace Wick kills Benjamin Carlisle with the apparent intention of eating him. The corpse of Benjamin talks to his wife, urging her to eat him.

MAG 72: Takeaway Jon Haan murdered his wife and apparently disposed of her body by putting it into the meat he sold.

MAG 80: The Librarian An assistant was pulled into a great, pulsating pile of meat.

Episodes that maybe deals with this power Edit

MAG 5: Thrown Away There is a bag of identical teeth, maybe connected with the regenerative power showed in MAG 72: Takeaway. There is a paper with the Lord's prayer, and several of the meat episodes seem connected with Christianity.

MAG 14: Piecemeal Angela used the phrase "Some hungers are too strong to be denied." Lee Rentoul is made to chew off his own hand.

MAG 17: The Boneturner's Tale Jared Hopworth is able to change the bodies of people and animals by removing or adding bones.

MAG 34: Anatomy Class Creatures pretending to be humans are able to change their own body parts.

MAG 49: The Butcher's Window Another appearance of Jared Hopworth.

MAG 90: Body Builder Another appearance of Jared Hopworth.

Recurring characters and concepts Edit

Toby Carlisle from MAG 18: The Man Upstairs has the same last name as Benjamin and his wife in MAG 58: Trail Rations.

Tom Haan from MAG 30: Killing Floor is the nephew of John Haan from MAG 72: Takeaway.

In MAG 20: Desecrated Host there is a cannibalistic version of Eucharist. In MAG 58: Trail Rations Eustace Wicks mutters a perversion of a Lutheran grace. He might be the same man as the Lutheran priest Horatio Wick who had a falling out with his colleges about the Eucharist. In MAG 72: Takeaway a mysterious man talks about how the early Christians were persecuted for cannibalism. There is a stack of old bibles in the takeaway.

Connections with other powers Edit

In MAG 20: Desecrated Host father Father Burroughs is tricked into cannibalism when taking part in the ritual of Eucharist. It seems he is tricked by the Spiral. Breekon & Hope, maybe part of the Stranger, delivers a stole that is used in the ritual.