It seems somewhat inhuman to do so while he’s alive. But at the same time, you’d rather not go around killing these trolls in any other manner than eating them. You’re not backing down on Serket’s challenge, you just don’t like the prospect. Rather than rip the troll to shreds while he’s still living, you simply raise him up to your mouth and open wide.
Don’t think about it. Don’t even think about it. Don’t think about the gaping maw of jagged teeth and stinking saliva he must be seeing. Don’t think about the intolerable warmth or sense of dread. Just move the troll in, and…
You hesitate slightly. Your jaw quivers. The troll in your hand flinches. Then, with one smooth motion, you clamp your teeth together, mangling and severing the seadweller’s head.
Warm b100d splashes against your tongue, and you shudder. It tastes like iron and acid, and you gag slightly. Don’t think. Clear your mind of the atrocities you’re committing. They are not even trolls anymore, just food. Trolls can be food. Accept that, and you can accept their b100d filling your mouth.
Sweating profusely from the experience, you spit out the head and set about to trying to strip the decapitated body of its skin. You can’t do it while 100king, but once you clamp your eyes shut tight it becomes easy. Disturbingly easy, even.
(Oh god what kind of monster are you?)
The sort of Monster that doesn’t even make Vriska blink. She has set aside her own handful of trolls for the process, and her murdering… goes much more smoothly. Just take a troll, grip them tightly, hold up the knife, and CHOP. A bit of blood. A lost head.
The skinning was second nature to her, as well. It was rather disturbingly easy for her as well. Just a few cuts down the skin, peel, and pull the flesh off. She takes the skinless bodies, and prys at them with forks, ripping the meat off as she tosses it into a bowl, skin set aside for later grinding. And she was doing it all with a smile on her face, too. She glances back to Equius, blood all over her hands, and asks.
"Hey, you only got one? Come on man, step it up! We don’t have all day here!"