The popes assistant explains what happened
to one of his brothers:
It started with a headache. Then chills and fever, which left him
exhausted. He experienced nausea, vomiting, back pain, soreness in his arms and legs. Bright light was too bright to
Within a day or two, the swellings appeared. They were hard,
painful, burning lumps on his neck, under his arms, and on his inner thighs. Soon they turned black, split open, and began
to ooze pus and blood. They had grown to the size of an orange.
Few ever recover. It is possible to recover. But more
than likely, death would come quickly like it did for my brother. Yet... perhaps not quickly enough. Because after the lumps
appeared he would start to bleed internally. There was blood in his urine, blood in his stool, and blood puddling under
his skin, resulting in black boils and spots all over his body. Everything that came out of his body smelled utterly revolting.
He would suffer great pain before he breathed his last. And he died barely a week after he first contracted the disease.
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