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Sat May 29, 2010 4:21 am
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Apple says...

It is the fourteenth century. Europe and China are suffering an outbreak of an unpredictable disease. For seven hundred years it sweeps through the population like wildfire. The symptoms are horrific. It kills weak and strong, young and old. It is known by many names. The Plague. The Black Death. The Pestilence.

Why did it happen? Could it happen again? Who would be left to tell the tale?

In all honesty I think it's a home stretch and I doubt many will be interested, but I kind of want to know if anyone would be... :)
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Sat May 29, 2010 1:40 pm
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kidashka says...

I think that could be awesome! Though not sure how sustainable it would be... :smt003
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brittbritt12347 says...

Im Brittany :D

I think it would be awesome and fun,I wouldn't know how to actually write about it at all but I think it would be fun to read!
The truth will come out baby, and you'll be the only one lost in the dark >:)

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Funkymomo says...

YEs, it seems interesting although I don't know what you would base the story on. It's a start though.
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Cspr says...

Sounds pretty cool. But I'm not sure how it would work... Would a group be trying to get away, forge a new home elsewhere to escape the dreaded Black Death? Or what...?
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