Sublyme Disease

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Sublyme Disease
(Pestilentia sublyme)
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18/?, unknown cause
Creator OpDDay2001 Other
Taxonomy

Eukaryota

Week/Generation 18/118
Habitat Inside or On Other Species
Size Microscopic
Diet Parasite (Orbitree Neckeye, Butcher Worm, Cunning Lizardworm, Orbitreehopper, Rummaging Jawhog, Brumgo, Slithering Centiworm)
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Binary Fusion



Sublyme disease split from it's ancestor. Sublyme Disease originally evolved in the stomach of the Crusher Worm and when some of the Crusher Worms began evolving into Gusherwurms, Sublyme Disease was already present. Sublyme disease is transmitted when infected carrier Gusherwurms bite a victim and drink their blood. The symptoms are as follows; Disorientation, Nausea, Stiffness, Weak Joints, Headaches, Fatigue, and, in weakened individuals or in prolonged cases, Death. While the Sublyme Disease cells are relatively short lived, the effects on the victim can sometimes be a permanent life-long disease. Specifically, the weakness and stiffness in the joints and bouts of fatigue.