Posted by: Sarah | September 11, 2006

Which Medieval Plague Do You Have?

Oh, No!

Which Medieval Plague Do You Have?

Congratulations! You have Leprosy! One of the trademarks of the Middle Ages, it is actually a hard to catch bacterial infection that you probably caught years ago through respiration. Now that it is making itself known, you have noticed white patches on your skin and numbness in your fingers. Things will only go from bad to worse as more areas become numb, making you prone to hurt yourself without knowing it and thus causing massive infections. The good news is you will be given a free bell or clapper! The bad news is you will need this as you travel the countryside unwanted in rags warning people of your approach.
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  1. It turns out that I’ve got St. Anthony’s Fire. Could have been worse.

  2. Congratulations! You have the Bloody Flux! Today known as Dysentery, this disease is spread through food or water contaminated by fecal matter. You probably are suffering from fever, cramps, dehydration can expect possible bloody stools! The good news is you will most likely recover. The bad news is you will spend the rest of your life with a weakened body. You probably live in a crowded city to have caught this jolly fellow!

    I’ll so have a word with the town major about that smelly, viscous channel running behind the mill. Makes that river in Ankh Mopork look clear in comparison. 🙂

  3. I got St Anthony’s Fire too 🙂

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