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Plague Doctor
         

Vultures / Death Inspectors

Plague Doctor
“As you can see, it is the best possible system you can own. Minimal damage to property, and it seeks and destroys any infected that step foot on your land.” — A Plague Doctor

Art by, Hichico

  • Strength-2
  • Intelligence-10
  • Charisma-1
  • Endurance-1
  • Agility-7
  • Luck-5

Common Jobs: Doctor

Likes: Secrets, Learning hidden knowledge, Eradicating disease
Dislikes: peaking, Being interrupted during work

Attack Method: Rarely attack, prefer using poisons, pathogens, or assassins. If forced into battle, will choose the most strategic position and method available, if not simply quiet retreat.

Attributes
Homeplanet: None
Lifespan: Unknown
Height: 7 ft
Diet: Fish, Meat, Rarely eats spoiled meat

Social Class: Upper Middle Class
Rarity: Extremely Rare

Common Traits

[Disease resistance] Positive trait
It is hard to get this character sick, or it's completely impossible to get this character sick.
[Unreadable] Neutral trait
This character shows a lack of expression, or is able to switch from being expressive to having a lack of it. This character can be hard to read for both friends and foe. You are also unable to see the morale, sanity, and general feelings of this character in the crew logs.
[Unnerving] Negative trait
This character commonly puts anyone around them on edge by presence alone. Everyday they are with someone, the sanity of the person goes slightly down.


Patrons and Gods

Plague Doctors do not believe in any god, believing it to be strange to hold such attachment to what you cannot see.


Patrons: Asclepius, Apollo, Nemesis, Nox
Gods: None
Original Creator: causelessCogitation
Physical Description

Identical to medieval plague doctors, all individuality comes from their mask and the unnerving glowing eyes seen underneath it. Plague doctors are in fact a hybrid of two species that has become widespread due to their fertility - however, telling a plague doctor this is asking to be killed or targeted for attack.

Under the robes of the plague doctor is pale to dark colored skin. They have two arms and legs, but by the time one gets to the forearm/foreleg they become feathered and taloned. There are short wings on the arms of the plague doctors, but they’re far too small to fly with. Some will have bird-like tails. It’s rare for these to be long.

Like the arms and legs, as one goes up the neck of a plague doctor, that too slowly becomes feathered and the faces of the plague doctors are birdlike. Most plague doctors’ heads highly resemble a crane or a vulture.

Very few will ever see what a plague doctor looks like under their robes as many refuse to take it off.

Personality & Traits

The doctors are incredibly cryptic and refuse to divulge any personal information other than their chosen name. They are often aloof from other beings, and they prefer to blend into a crowd. They make some of the best doctors for diagnosing and treating infectious diseases, though they tend to be poor in other areas of medicine.

They can be found here and there throughout the universe, but if they are ever found en masse, flee. They only gather in large numbers if a large outbreak of an infection has been identified, at which point they will try to treat or destroy all infected individuals.

History

None.

Subspecies

None.

Special

Immunity: Immune to all known diseases, also immune to all organic poisons.

Trivia

• Although all Plague Doctors are hybrids, all Plague Doctors are more physically and mentally alike than most the members of most pureblood species.

• Plague Doctors, though genius doctors, show very little concern for their patients. While most doctors view infections as serious threats, Plague Doctors tend to look at them as interesting puzzles. Their sole concern is eradicating disease, not saving victims, so they may casually destroy patients who they believe could cause problems.

• Plague Doctors have a mingled hatred and fascination with Notails, finding their abilities to spread disease both infuriating and incredibly interesting.

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