Q. What happens if a person eats all of or part of a Being’s animal form? What if it’s their Master? I’m curious about the nutritional value, taste, permanence of the flesh after its cut off, etc.

A. Whether or not it’s their Master trying to do the eating, they’d probably spit it right back out. Beings don’t taste very good. The cut-off parts don’t evaporate after, if that’s what you’re asking.

Q. What is a being’s chemical make-up? Is it made of energy? Do any earthly materials harm them, like how silver harms werewolves?

A. One part potassium, one part sodium, six parts iron, ten parts oxygen, two parts hydrogen…no, seriously, I have no idea. If they have a specific chemical Kryptonite, it hasn’t been discovered yet.

Q. What is the air-speed velocity of an unladen Being?

A. Twelve to fifteen miles per hour.

Q. We know there are ~100 Beings. If one dies, does a new one come into existence to take the place of the dead one?

A. No.

Q. Beings don’t taste very good, but we know Beings have no sense of taste. So what happens when one Being eats another? Do they gain powers? Get a stomach ache?

A. They don’t eat each other.

Q. Will we get to meet Patrick’s former master?

A. I wouldn’t leave him out for the world.