Cannibal Contagion is a game of mental stress and violent survival against hordes of These pages contain a complete role-playing game, with rules detailing. Cannibal Contagion follows the current, and approved, trend of smaller game publishers producing journal-sized books as complete games. Source for the Cannibal Contagion RPG by N. Phillip Cole.

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Its symptoms are presumably similar to Muggle illnesses like smallpox and chicken pox. Eventually wiping out all vertebrate life on Earth except for a grouping of Antarctic scientists and submariner’s from various nations, the survivors set up a government council at the various research stations at the time of the devastating global pandemic and attempt to survive; however, the air worldwide is contaminated, making Antarctica the only safe place for the roughly or so survivors.

I mean, if a game can use a game of Jenga as the random element, a deck of cannibao cards feels positively sane.

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A contayion viral disease of unknown origin. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. If it’s the latter, I’ll throw in an extra recommendation for 3: It can kill in a matter of two days.

The first to be infected was Genghis Khan. The disease itself only appears a few times in the show. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Dragon pox is a potentially fatal contagious disease that occurs in wizards and witches. You could simply explain your actions and play your cards in dull tones. It is later revealed that the organism came to Earth via the Chicxulub asteroid which wiped out the dinosaurs. Sakutia victims suffer from one other noticeable side effect is that their hair and skin turn permanently green in hue.

After final stage, the host becomes a “zombie”. Views Read Edit View history. An inexplicable virus with symptoms of delusions, contgion, paranoia, and ultimately death, which affects humans and birds and brings the world close to the brink of extinction while allowing insects to overpopulate.

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The hands and feet must be soaked for no less than 45 minutes. Necrotizing fasciitis caused by an unknown bacterium which causes massive hemorrhaging and tissue necrosis.

The zombies act typical of zombies such as cannibalism and insanity. Only Roald and his friends saw the joke; Thwaites took it with deadpan humour. I believe the Under a Steel Sky scenario is in the core book and would work great for this. However some variants have yielded other beneficial results; endowing the infected organisms with incredible superhuman genetic prowess, that greatly increase their natural abilities to levels far exceeding human capability.

Seriously, the more Grindhouse flair you can put into a scenario, the more fun everyone will have. Here, it is an untreatable, terminal condition which is nearly pain-free, but which leads to coma and death within a couple of weeks to a couple of months at the most.


A virus transmitted by being in close proximity to Phazon. Goon Show The Goon Show. A genetically modified version of Ebola created to help a group of eco-terrorists in annihilating mankind.

She conducted secret experiments of the virus but was discovered by the Agency and was kicked off the Agency-sponsored medical programme. Caused by exposure to corrupted sunlight, this noncommunicable disease petrifies the bodies of its victims, literally turning them to stone.

Infected victims can utilize Phazon as a weapon and normally can only be killed by Phazon itself. Even plants can contract it.

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It can also be cured by the reciprocation of the victim’s feelings. Its symptoms include pustules which appear all over the body, and a yellowing of the whites of the eyes. The Plague’s origins are unknown except it was possibly contracted from the Corsairs who attacked Gondor in Third Agetwo years before the Plague occurred. Victims feed on blood.