The Bubonic Plague was a disease that would infect commoners. This is Mack and his wife, Molly, some fellow commoners who lived their lives in a little village. They had been aware that there was a rat but didn't know the dangers it contained.
The Plague spread by the fleas that had fed off of infected rodents. One day, a nasty rat got close to Mack and a flea jumped onto him. Then, the disease entered is body and ran through his veins.
Contribution to the decline of Feudalism
This horrible disease affected areas from central Asia, China, India, the Near East, and even Europe. Not so luckily for Mack and Molly, they were in Europe.
Eventually, the plague infected almost everyone in the small village. Dark blue and black blotches started to appear on their skin, and they were on the verge of death.
This Plague contributed to the decline of Feudalism because of all the deaths causing Europe's economic and social structure to collapse. Shortly after, poor Mack had died and left his very loving wife.
Many commoners, nobles, and even merchants were coming towards death. The rest had demanded more rights and more money because of the work they were putting in. A lot of the fellow population was cut off due to all the deaths.