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LIGMA is part of the BOFA spectrum of conditions.[1] LIGMA (Loose Internal Gene Mi-Asintits) is the second stage of BOFA (Biologically Offset Farkwonian Asintits).[2] In this stage, the disease interferes with the immune system[3] and increases the risk of developing common infections such as tuberculosis. Given the weakened immune system, many of the patients, such as popular Fortntite streamer Ninja, die on this stage of the Biologically Offset Farkwonian Asintits (BOFA).[4] It is also the last treatable stage. Although not effective, there are treatments to LIGMA: LIGMA-BALLS (Bi-Asonurdick Lateral Lactatioustits Sequence) that, even though it's experimental, have shown some promise.[5] With stopping the spread of BOFA at the LIGMA stages, it can stop patients from going into the third and final phase of the BOFA sequence: E-TMA (Entrenched Terminal Mi-Asintits)[6] [7] [8] Other forms of Ligma include Sugma, Sugondese, Rhydondese,[9] and Kisma.[10] There is an annual stall at Saw-Con to educate the general public about Ligma and its affiliates.[11]




  1. Fartnite, Booker. Ligma: A Strange Virus. Retardia UP, 2015.
  2. Yushima, Aiji. "Ligma's effects on the body." Properties of Ligma, 2nd ed., National Ligma Prevention Center, 2018, pp. 88 - 121.
  3. Bulltard, Manny K. "ligmacloseup.png." Photograph. National Ligma Prevention Center, 2018, [link removed]
  4. Butte, Kelly. Studies on Ligma. Retardier, 2018.
  5. Bunkyojima, Kazuin. Personal interview. 4 June 2018.
  6. Mom, Your. Saw-Con's History. SawConPubs, 1974.
  7. Ima, Deadman. Flowchart of Ligma's effects on the body. Chart. National Ligma Prevention Center, 2018, [link removed]
  8. Ninjah, Muh. ligmasymptoms.png. Photograph. 2018. National Ligma Prevention Center, nlpc.fortnite.fakesite/ligma/ligmasymptoms.
  9. Konoe, Kanata. "Ligma's additional strains." National Ligma Prevention Center, 7 May 2018, doi:39927134.
  10. Tobihitoro, Kensai. "Kisma And Its Relevance to Ligma." National Ligma Prevention Center, 5 Sept. 2018, doi:35564933.
  11. "Events." Saw-con, sawcon.
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