Smoker StudyContamino toxicum, more commonly known as the "Smoker," is a variant of the ruina morbus disease. Once the disease has entered the body of the victim, it'll start to alter the body to suit other purposes. In the Smoker's case, the disease alters the digestive system the most.The ruina morbus cells send signals from the brain towards the mouth, telling the tongue to produce more cells than needed. The brain also tells the tongue to starts growing muscles and nerves, and after two weeks of production, the "tongue" is now a fully functional limb. The "tongue" is capable of stretching to three times its length, and constricting humans. This is the primary attacking method of the Smoker.The process of producing the "tongue" also produced a byproduct, an unknown gaseous substance. The ruina morbus disease makes the host's body create large tumors over the left half of the body. These tumors are filled with the gas, which is toxic to humans who aren't infected with the ruina morbus disease.