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    Post by Shaper on Mon Sep 28, 2009 8:36 pm


    Domain: Bacteria (Red)

    Phylum: Fusobacteria

    Composition: Multicellular; 34 nanograms

    Cellular composition: Virus (Pure, hereditary)

    Mortim (pronounced 'MOHR-tim'), coming from the latin words 'Mortus', meaning death, and 'Tim', meaning fear. Mortim is a hereditary condition that is very uncommon, and only happens when there are more than 34 A-G-G repeats in a certain DNA helix. When the organism has Mortim, which is like cancer, but more fatal, it will usually grow extremely vulnerable, drowsy, weak, and small until it dies. During this period, it will have hallucinations that cause the organism to feel great bouts of fear and pain.

    Immune system weakness, growth stunts, shriveling, vulnerability, drowsiness, nausea, and hallucinations.


    This condition is only obtained by having 34 or more A-G-G repeats in a DNA helix. This is very uncommon.

    However, this condition is incurable for now, and has a 90% death percentage.

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    Re: Mortim

    Post by etherealk9 on Mon Sep 28, 2009 11:20 pm

    So, this disease causes severe disruption of normal brainwave patterns, then? I'd hate to see this thing infect somebody since it does sound like a very dangerous and very feared disease, which makes it's name quite appropriate.

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