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[News]Healer's Guild Now Accepting Applicants

Discussion in 'Imperium News Service' started by Lord Gareth, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. Lord Gareth

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    The Healer's Guild will now begin accepting applications.

    In order to gain successful admission to the Healer's Guild applicant townships must have three (3) resident individuals admitted into the guild. Individual acceptance will be granted after completion of three admission tasks.

    The first task will be offered tonight (10/3 @ 8pm) through the Vesper Healers Guild.

    Applicants will be required to submit one remedy to common maladies. Remedies should be as descriptive as possible, and include nature of the malady they are treating, history of the malady, possible modes of transmission/infection/affliction, signs and symptoms and any preventative/treatment measures to be taken, as well as all ingredients necessary to treat the malady.

    An example:

    Orcish Flu

    Orcish Flu has long since plagued the rural settlements of Britannia. Despite the Orcish description there is little to no evidence that the infection has anything to do with the aforementioned race. The name is likely the result of the first outbreak of the disease which occurred in a small village within proximity to the famous Orc dungeon. Numerous expeditions into the Dungeon have failed to locate the natural reservoir for the disease, hence modern theories suggest an alternative origin for the disease.

    Orcish Flu is characterized by a general feeling of malaise, and is mostly accompanied by strained cough, sneezing, and fever. The condition is mostly treatable using a combined salve of ginseng and garlic applied to the chest. Green tea and gingerbread can also be ingested to relieve gastric symptoms. The disease presents approximately 5 days post exposure and runs its course within one to two weeks.