Spinemelt Pox

This disease is known for its extremely contagious nature and the way the sufferers tend to expire. The early stage symptoms include light to moderate cough, dizziness and sores that begin to weep a week into appearing.   By the late stages the sores have increased in size dramatically and the patients bones have begun to break down under the stress of the extreme fever they undergo. Simply pressing against one of the patients bones or joints with their own strength is enough to cause a sprain or fracture. Enough of which lead to death by internal bleeding

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