The answer depends on the type of tattoo, the location where it appears, and the skill, the type of artist that does the work.
A black and white, horizontal tattoo that appears on the chest is usually removed by tattoo removal machine.
A white tattoo on the back or buttocks is also usually removed with a needle.
An ink-colored tattoo on the arms of the same person may be removed by mechanical tattoo removal machines.
A tattoo that is too small for the needle usually is removed with a medical needle or an epidermolysis bullosa needle, and is often associated with a needle stuck to one of the nerves that pass through that tattoo. A medical removal is sometimes necessary. To remove a needle sticking to the vein that leads to the body’s lymph nodes, the doctor may need to draw an “X” into the vein so that the needle will not penetrate, which can cause serious blood loss.
When the needle pierces the skin, it creates a scar that will become infected and require regular cleaning. A medical drain may be inserted into this scar to reduce infections and blood loss. The drain drains to a medical clinic or hospital where it can be removed by a medical artist.
For the achievement, see Broken Isles (achievement).
The Broken Isles was the first major zone in the world of Azeroth to be cleared. From its first expansion to Warlords of Draenor, the Broken Isles was home to much-feared trolls and goblins as well as powerful demon hunters, but it was in war that the realm was most at risk. It also served as the battleground of the final three stages of the Siege of Orgrimmar, and was the site of the end of the orcish invasions. The Broken Isles has also served as the location for the original content of the Outland continent.
The First War
The Broken Isles was once lush and wild, but it has since been ravaged by the First War, resulting in the orcs of Draenor settling on the world with their new homes. Even now, the remnants of the Broken Isles lie just south of Garrosh’s Spire, and there is a thriving black market of goods across the region. Although many were lost during the war, the most infamous were the orcs of Stormwind’s orcish mining camps that fled across the world to the Broken Isles before the fighting at the Blackrock Spire,