from Tudor stuff: Tudor history from the heart of England
The death of Queen Elizabeth I
The death of Queen Elizabeth I., as imagined by artist, Paul Delaroche (1828). In March 1603 Elizabeth was described as being unwell and seemed depressed. She took up residence in one of her favourite palaces – Richmond – close to the River Thames. She refused to allow herself to be examined, and she refused take to her bed – standing for hours on end. As her condition deteriorated her ladies-in-waiting spread cushions on the floor, and Elizabeth eventually lay down on them.
One of the five main viruses spawned during the Apocalypse. It works quite a bit like poison, really. It starts in your toes, and fingers, and other places like that. It slowly travels through your body, rendering all your organs useless, until it finally reaches your brain. Sadly, you go mad before it kills off your heart and lungs, making it worse for both the infected and family/friends of the sick.
"Oh god... W-what have I done. I..I didn't mean to go this far. But I couldn't stop myself. I'm so so sorry," Eli says to the lifeless body laying several feet in front of him. (This is after Eli agrees to the terms of the organization that helped him take down James and the organization does something to Eli that makes it hard to control himself)