Plague doctor

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    dieAntagonista

    GODDAMN THIS IS THE SHIT

    Where did you find it? I want the source, anyone, anything, please.

    Queensly

    Is that dieA’s avatar?

    dieAntagonista

    His mask is similar but it’s not the same. This seems to be more of a classic plague doctor. My avatar is a modern plague doctor in some park in a city.

    TrikYodz

    i knew it!!!!
    well about the plague doctor (amazing pic btw. ive been meaning to tell you that for a while.)
    i didnt know it know it was in a park city or whatevz.

    fracked again

    My next halloween costume…

    natedog

    CREEPY HANDS ARE CREEPY

    Luke Magnifico

    Y’know, the plague isn’t that bad, I reckon I’m fine on the plague-curing front, thanks.

    copypaiste

    What for that scary scythe, Doc?

    malcypoo

    Made me think of this.
    scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-049

    dieAntagonista

    I love it.

    TheLotusEater725

    OH THANK GOD. I needed a refill on my lead and pomegranate juice mixture.

    Sticky

    Good thing the plague isn’t around anymore, and that it didn’t kill two people in New York City in the early 2000s, and that it certainly doesn’t kill within 24 hours of the first symptoms…

    …Oh, wait….

    Saborlas

    You see these guys all the time in Assassin’s Creed 2. They sell medicine and poison.

    jqueen

    www.flickr.com/photos/laurence_winram/2122089117/

    This is from the artist’s site..

    One of the pioneers of the plague mask, Von Hershel gained notoriety for his bitter
    remonstrations against the sins of the hapless plague victims he claimed to be able
    to heal. His apparel is thought to have unwittingly prevented his own infection
    although he is not believed to have ever brought about a cure.

    In later life he refused to remove his herb filled mask as a, ‘a meafure to puryfy myfelf
    ov the uvel syns ov the worlde.’ He died in 1668 of syphilis