After reading about the Santa Clause idea, I think seasonal diseases are funny and good... worth working on them!Hare Complex
- Spring, during Mar- MayCause:
Too many egg hunts during the easter daysSymptoms:
wears a huge bunny costume.Cure:
The patient must be radically freed from the costume. After a psychic consultation and scanner diagnosis confirmed that the costume ist't attached to the limbs or vital organs in any way, the costume is electrolyted away - once and for all. Leaving the smell of burnt fur and permanent aversion for anything connected with hares, bunnies or eggs.Beach Peacock
- Summer, during Jun - AugCause:
Too many episodes of Jersey Shore and spin-offs causing the DNA to shift to "Jersey" (like in the one South Park episode ^^
wears only shorts (men) or bikinis (women)Cure:
The cardio machine is used to power the patients out, Hair restoration takes care of the bad hair style and the DNA fixer removes the bad gene.Path:
GP, Cardio, Hair restore, DNA fixerCraft-oh-mania
- Autumn / Fall, during Sep - NovCause:
Too many sweets and pumpkin pie during HalloweenSymptoms:
wears a witch / Wizard costume and murmurs "spells".Cure:
After a blood test confirmed too much sugar in the body the patient is sent to the pharmacy where he or she gets a very bitter "potion" consisting of spider legs and eel eyes - causing them to vomit all the candy out!
Afterwards the patient must be convinced that their appearence gives bad reputation to "real" witches and for their sake they should take off the costume.Path:
GP, blood machine, Pharmacy, Psyche (treatment)
[Referes to "The Craft"
Well... I like it! ^^
But there's a thing that came up my mind too: for such things as seasonal diseases the Calendar should run a little slower. Three month is like a minute play. It not just awfully unrealistic - I know a game doesn't have to be but come on sitting like 6 month around at a hospital for a cough??? - its a little hectic. But that's just my two cents.
Some rooms need to be used more. I like the idea to use the research department for a cure.