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chupacabra
March 11th, 2008, 11:17 PM
What would be traits of healthy or sick creature whether it be vermin or good creatures?

Sagrived Switpaw
March 12th, 2008, 11:02 AM
Well, if anyone is sick....they most likely feel...um sick...(same thing if their not)

Folgrimeo
March 12th, 2008, 12:27 PM
Well, the sick creatures are more interesting for me to read about. Either it's a sick vermin, in which case everybody will cruelly leave them to die, or a sick goodbeast with a threatening illness, in which case it's a heartstopping scramble to cure the illness. Only two that come to mind is the Abbey coming down with the Dryditch Fever and Thura also coming down with the fever. Oh, and maybe Klitch too when he drinks poisoned water and slowly drifts off to eternal slumber. With the piercing pains along the way, of course. Best-handled death ever.

Badrang3
March 12th, 2008, 10:32 PM
One of the most common traits of a sick person is that they are, in one way or another, not physically well. Conversely, a healthy person would presumably lack any threatening or inconviencing illness or disability. I believe this applies to animals as well.

Petunia
March 12th, 2008, 10:37 PM
The Redwall creatures would probably have much the same traits as we would, sick or healthy. They might get a runny or stuffy noses or sore throats or headaches and such. If they get stuffed up noses they would probably start to talk like Plumnose.
And of course, there are always landlubbers that get seasick whenever they are on a ship or even a small river boat, especially moles. We know what they did when they were feeling sick from the books.