There are apparently a couple mental illnesses based around the belief that you are dead. I’ve decided to record them.

Cotard’s Syndrome –  a rare mental illness in which the affected person holds the delusional belief that they are already dead, do not exist, are putrefying, or have lost their blood or internal organs

Walking Corpse Syndrome – a syndrome / delusion in which one believes they are a literal corpse, sometimes hallucinating their skin rotting or bugs eating their flesh.

Clinical Vampirism – a mental illness in which the affected person (usually male) believes that they have died and has come back as a vampire

Delusional Disorder – a mental disorder which involves the affected person to have all sorts of believes that control their live without having any proof for the belief being the truth and are unable to be convinced that the belief is false (they aren’t just stubborn, the belief is stuck there against their will). The most common delusions are believing a celebrity has fallen in love with you, believing your partner is cheating on you, believing you are God, and believing you are dead.

And although this has nothing to do with death delusions, the Capgras Delusion is when the person affected believes that one or more people in their life has been replaced by a doppelganger. This does have a lot to do with Deadworld  because everyone in the afterlife is not really themselves. There is also Delusional Parasitis, which is when the affected person believes that their entire body is being infested with bugs.

I know these are very real delusions, but Deadworld is using these against us. Deadworld is using these very real disorders to trick us into thinking we are delusional.

 

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