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Living in the post-apocalylpse by Eliza Blobbersted - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 15:20:40 EST ID:Hl85QFI4 No.14497 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Saw this and thought, was the black plague the apocalypse and the past several hundred years have been the post-apocalypse? What signifies that society has recovered from an apocalyptic event? Did the world ever really recover from the black plague or, even with the renaissance/industrial revolution/over population etc, has it really just gotten worse and there is no such thing as recovery from an apocalypse? What are your thoughts on this? Do you think we are in an apocalypse now or leading up to one? Or is it a long, painful process that has no definitive beginning or end?
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Emma Ninnerchack - Sun, 19 Feb 2017 03:59:52 EST ID:nHiitH32 No.14502 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Possibly. Western Europe as a whole had been experiencing positive economic and population growth in the 14th century (that was slightly curbed by a series of famines right before the first outbreaks of plague).
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Polly Findlekork - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 12:53:46 EST ID:fHSevQ6N No.14507 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you raise some good questions. i think the people who lived in the time after the fall of the roman empire, especially those who quarried its majestic architecture for raw materials to cobble together shit-heaps, couldn't help but feel that "things used to be so much better" and they were living in the shit fallout. i'd like to play a game set in the dark ages where no one can read and only knows about folk legends and shit. you could have quests to unlock basic hygiene and nutrition lol


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