The Tale of The Three Brothers
the ooc: http://role-player.net/forum/showthread.php?t=27852
It usually lingers on without much interference.
So does death.
Nature has it's ways of keeping the balance between these two worlds, but even it can fail.
The ones with magic are in the eyes of Death just as insignificant as the ones born without it. When the biggest outbrteak of plague since the Black Death crept it's fingers around Europe, it did not bother to give the wizards any more mercy than the others. Since then Death has had it easy, Nature is taking it's toll and there is mostly no need to intervene.
Death can only smirk at those fragile little men trying to combine herbs into medicine, or on the other hand, trying see if any spells have been overlooked, to save what still can be saved.
Yet, no one should make the wrong assumption that the plague is of Death's makings.
That is in no way the case; the disease is the outcome of Nature and men colliding.
Even if Death wanted to do something on the behalf of humans, it couldn't stop the course of events.
No one should either think that Death is in some way evil or bad, in the conception of those words to men. Death should in the contrary be considered as a force of nature.
So as the events now linger on, you should see them as what they are;