According to the WHO, roughly 3 in 10 people who contracted smallpox died from it. Those who survived often experienced significant lasting effects, such as scarring or blindness. In 1798, Edward Jenner developed an inoculation technique for treating smallpox; estimates suggest there were still some 50 million cases annually every year on a global basis …
I’m not a huge fan of heights, and Zendikar seems to have a lot of high places that would be easy to fall from. Also, a notable lack of guardrails.
Innistrad. Mountain pass. No guardrails.
Not seeing any warning signs here, either. Who’s in charge of this stuff? They’re not doing a very good job, that’s for sure.
Put up a sign or something. “Danger – Leeches, Do not enter” Just right in front of the bog. It’s not hard.