This is part of the Shibu Inu Crypto Collection, which you can find here.
In Shibu’s own words, the game is what happens when a bunch of Inu and a human team of researchers and engineers are tasked with getting a virus into a human host. The virus is a super-virus that is designed to attack human bodies, and to do that, the virus first needs to infect the human body. When the human body is infected, it will be vulnerable to the virus, which means that the humans have no defense against it.
The virus is designed to be spread throughout a human’s body and will infect every inch of the body. When the human body is infected, the virus can do whatever it wants to the living person. But there’s one specific way that it can damage the body – and that’s if the virus gets to the brain. The virus can then attach to any part of the brain, in particular the part of the brain that controls speech.
The human body is made up of multiple parts, and the brain and spinal cord are the two biggest parts of the whole. So in order for the virus to attach to the brain, the virus needs to be able to get to the spinal cord. The virus also needs to stay attached to the brain. If your brain is infected, the infection is very unlikely to spread to the rest of the body.
So no need to worry about infection, the good news is that the virus is also very slow, which means it won’t kill you in a matter of hours or days. The bad news is that the virus also spreads very slowly, which means it might have a hard time attaching itself to the spinal cord, but that is probably something only the most advanced anti-virus programs can deal with.
shibu inu is an infection (or ‘infected’ as we call it in English) that causes your brain to act like your computer. In most cases, if you have shibu inu, the symptoms are similar to those of a mild virus, including being tired and having a headache, but in rare cases the symptoms can be severe, including a coma, uncontrollable seizures, paralysis, and, in extreme cases, death.
That last one may sound like the worst possible outcome, but in certain cases, shibu has been known to cause a person’s death. You will find that the symptoms of shibu inu run the gamut. There’s the so-called “shibu zombie” who is so infected that they are unable to move and walk, but who can still move their arms and legs, and there are those who are completely paralyzed and unable to move at all.
Most people, in fact, who have shibu inu live their entire lives and never experience any of these side effects until they actually get near the end of their lives. However, there are others who actually do get near the end of their lives and get shibu inu. It’s not that these people are particularly rare, but they are extremely rare. In fact, an estimated 1 in every 1,000 people have shibu inu.
The shibu inu is a rare condition in which the person has a shibu inu attack in the brain and there is no way to recover from it. The condition is so rare because most people who have it live their entire lives and never experience it until they get near the end of their lives.
The shibu inu attack happens because the person’s brain has an electrical imbalance, and the person experiences a loss of consciousness. The person then comes out of this state unable to move and generally unable to communicate. They start to experience a variety of symptoms, from headaches and blurred vision to feelings of nausea and panic attacks. These symptoms make the person less likely to engage with people after the attack. A person with shibu inu will also be more likely to develop dementia.