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These are fake diseases, that come different movies, books, tv shows and video games!
Artificial Virus that kills the host, then revives them a few hours later. They awake a zombie like cannibal.
The Cobra Event
Genetically made potpourie super virus that causes nightmares, fevers, herpes and autocannibalism.
Repo! The Genetic Opera
Causes massive organ failure and has no cure.
Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Commonly known as the vampire disease.
Genetic condition that causes humans to be born with their face and butt switched.
My only regret is that I have this.
Virus that causes nose-bleeds, hemorrhaging and eventually death.
Little kids don't want to catch this from other kids!
Makes you sneeze out bubbles constantly.
Incurable disease that Mr. Freezes wife had.
Mutated from a mood-drug that killed the entire world in seven minutes flat.
Breaks down biological matter, which releases explosive gas.
50 First Dates
No memory of the previous day's events.
Your brain never stops growing
Virus that replicates inside living organisms, and causes mutations that range from zombification to creating 'hunters'.
Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Infects organisms, allowing the Devil Gundam to control them.
The Lost World
Increases the mortality rate of newbord dinosaurs.
Tales of Symphonia
Effects those with an unmounted Cruxis Crystal. Slowly lose ability to taste, sleep, talk and feel pain, and eventually takes their life.
28 Days/Weeks Later
Virus that causes extreme rage and is easily transmittable.
Virus that attacks non-humans through water and air transmissions.
Artificial Virus created for the purpose of bioterrorism.
The Zombie Survival Guide
A virus that creates zombies.
Virus that enters host, turning each cell into an individual life form. Causes shapeshifting.
Gears of War
Deadly disease that is caused from the gases that come from imulsion.
Left 4 Dead
Turns humans into homicidal, zombie-like beings.
Incites murderous rage in infected.
World of Warcraft
Highly infectious disease caught from Hakkar. Has a huge mortality rate and at one point, it spreaded like a plague.
Parasite that mutates hosts into zombie like creatures.
Causes massive hemorrhaging and tissue necrosis.
Responsible for a majority of the mutations in the world.
Extreme version of normal illness that causes liquid bowel movements.
STD which causes mutations. It only affects teenagers.
The Masque of Red Death
Causes bleeding from the pores, and eventually death.
Degenerative disease that attacks bone and muscle.
I Am Legend
Causes a number of effects ranging from photosensitivity to the need to feed on blood.
Alien parasite that grows in a hosts stomach, before eating their way out through the stomach or anus.
Retrovirus which mutates lesser creatures into zerg warrior breeds.
The Lord of the Rings
Mysterious Disease which spread to every kingdom of Middle Earth during the mid 1600's.
Psychosis common in guilt ridden fairies
Awkwardly named disease that causes you to say the opposite of the correct answer when posed a question.
Metal Gear Solid
Kills people because of certain genetic traits via cardiac arrest.
Children of Men
Made the human race unable to produce.
Disease that is caused from coming in contact with a monkey, which eventually leads to death.
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