Two-Faced Baby Revered As A Goddess In India
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March 17, 2008: A baby girl named Lali Singh born on March 11, 2008 in the small Indian village of Saini, has a rare condition known as CranioFacial Duplication. She has 2 faces. They both work, so she can drink milk out of both mouths, and all 4 eyes blink simultaneously. She is being worshiped as the goddess Ganesh (frequently depicted as Half Person, Half Elephant).

This kind of rare condition is known to affect other animals as well as humans. In 2007 a two faced cow was born in California. [3] In 2008 a two faced cat was born in Western Australia and the news called it a freak. [4] When a two faced pig was born in Iowa in 1998, they said it was challenging to feed the animal and that it would have a lot of challenges in life, but the video just shows the farmer feeding the piglet like normal - although he has to pick a mouth. [5] Wikipedia lists 9 confirmed human births of this sort and over two dozen animal listings from cats to snakes to lambs. [6] Could you imaging your RPG group walking into a town where everyone has this anomaly?


Game and Story Use

  • Everyone in town has this medical condition.
  • All animals of a specific kind have this condition and are revered as gods.
  • In an investigative campaign, the players enter a town to discover that all children are being born with this condition.
  • A character with this condition may have an advantage over others, enhanced vision, better sense of smell, can talk and chew gum at the same time.
          • Just think of the character Zaphod Beeblebrox from Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
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