Wounds and Illnesses can occur depending on a variety of factors, such as low kingdom Well-Being, interactions with sick Sims, failed hunting attempts, dueling and other combat tasks. Injured or sick Sims should seek out the Physician for medical assistance. Or potions and salves can be bought from the Physician or at the Village Shoppe. There are also numerous other wounds and illnesses that can occur to Sims during certain interactions, random events or quests, etc.

Wounds

Wounds can occur from a variety of reasons, most commonly combat tasks. Wounds are categorized as being minor, moderate, major and extreme, depending on whether they cause -10, -20, -30 or -40 Focus. The more serious the injury, the more bandages a Sim will have on and they will have a limp while clutching their side. There are also numerous other wounds that can occur to Sims during certain interactions, random events or quests, etc.

Level Wound
Minor Singed. Fire burns quickly, but it will burn a Signed Sim even faster, so avoid hot situations. Singed
Minor Minor Scratch. 'Tis merely a flesh wound. I've had worse! Treat by visiting the Physician or applying health salves. Minor Scratch
Minor Minorly Mauled. It's just a scratch, really. I've had worse. Minorly Mauled
Moderate Slightly Gored. Sometimes the bacon bites back... Slightly Gored
Moderate Moderate Injury. <Sim> got a bit roughed up after that last fight. Treat by visiting the Physician or applying health salves.(Becomes Minor Scratch after it expires.) Moderate Injury
Moderate Moderately Mauled. Hmmm... maybe I really shouldn't be playing 'Tag' with a half-ton bear.(Becomes Minorly Mauled after it expires.) Moderately Mauled
Moderate Moderately Gored. They say to take all things in moderation, even wild boar-wrestling.(Becomes Slightly Gored after it expires.) Moderately Gored
Major Major Laceration. Looks like <Sim> came out on the losing side after that latest round of "intense negotiations"(Becomes Moderate Injury after buff expires.) Major Laceration
Major Woundus Majorem. Ow, thatius hurtae! Woundus Majorem
Extreme Grievously Wounded. Wow. Who would have thought that gaping wounds, massive blunt force trauma, and losing half your blood would put a damper on your spirits? Huh. Treat by visiting the Physician or applying health salves. Grievously Wounded

Illness

Illnesses will develop at random in Sims, after they have been exposed to sickness. Illnesses are categorized as being minor, moderate, major and extreme, depending on whether they cause -10, -20, -30 or -40 Focus. Illnesses can be cured by drinking tonics or visiting a physician. If not cured, the illnesses will go down a level (major -> moderate) over time, until no sickness remains.

Some Sims will have a dark cloud above their head or even pass out around the kingdom. Despite their unique descriptions, all the illnesses appear to behave exactly the same. There are also numerous other illnesses that can occur to Sims during certain interactions, random events or quests, etc.

Level Illness
Exposed to Sickness. Your Sim has been exposed to a sickness!(When this buff expires, the Sim will develop a random sickness.) Exposed to Sickness
Minor Slight Cold. The infection that once gripped <Sim> is now just a slight cold. Treat by visiting the Physician or drinking curative tonics. Slight Cold
Minor  Whistling Pixies
Moderate  Laughing Stock
Moderate Noxious Infection. The disease suffered by <Sim> has turned into a Noxious Infection.(Turns into Slight Cold after expiration.) Noxious Infection
Moderate  Twisted Tongues
Moderate  Van Winklism
Major  Burning Loins
Major Gut Rot. <Sim> is diseased with Gut Rot. It's just as unpleasant as it sounds. Gut Rot
Major  Mind Warp
Major  The Wasting
Major Virulent Disease. The plague that once consumed <Sim> has become a virulent disease. Virulent Disease
Extreme Magma Fever. <Sim> is burning up from the Magma Fever. The next stage is outright melting. Magma Fever
Extreme The Gorge. <Sim> is suffering the Gorge. No meal is safe! The Gorge
Extreme Poison Pox. <Sim> is plagued by Poison Pox. Oh, the scratching! Poison Pox
Extreme  Plague


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