Mild headaches and nausea caused by Miasma currents. Some may experience confusion or sensory imbalance, resulting in vomiting or mild bleeding. Symptoms last 1-2 days, but are otherwise deemed nonthreatening.
Physical contact with Miasma, resulting as mutations and bodily mutilation. Victim will often loose conscious, or suffer extreme delirium. Recommended necessary amputation of the infected area before complete loss of bodily functions or death. Amputated samples must be incinerated to prevent further spread.
Complete contagion, characterized by excessive bodily mutation and blightborn behavioral patterns. Necessary action to exterminate on sight with extreme prejudice and immediate incineration of the surrounding area within 3 meter radius.