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Pathogenic Yeast - New Plague suggestion - AnimalMan - 27-09-2015 12:37 AM

Yeast - single cell fungi
Yeasts are parasitic organisms that absorb our nutrients and produce toxic waste.
Very similar to fungus, with balanced starting infectivity in wealthy country's, slower severity climb, starting severity 0. All standard symptoms apply.

Abilities
Genetic Diversity - 1-6 - force a mutation.

3D Model - A Yeast

Acheivments -
Yeast Infection (Completed Yeast)


RE: Pathogenic Yeast - New Plague suggestion - Galaxy_T - 27-09-2015 09:37 AM

(27-09-2015 12:37 AM)AnimalMan Wrote:  Yeast - single cell fungi
Yeasts are parasitic organisms that absorb our nutrients and produce toxic waste.
Very similar to fungus, with balanced starting infectivity in wealthy country's, slower severity climb, starting severity 0. All standard symptoms apply.

Abilities
Genetic Diversity - 1-6 - force a mutation.

3D Model - A Yeast

Acheivments -
Yeast Infection (Completed Yeast)

It's a nice idea, but players will probably find it too similar to the fungus...
It will make for a good scenario though!! Nice in row with the smallpox, black death etc.


RE: Pathogenic Yeast - New Plague suggestion - AnimalMan - 27-09-2015 11:05 AM

Quote: is a nice idea, but players will probably find it too similar to the fungus...

The idea is very similar to fungus, but with no Spore ability.


RE: Pathogenic Yeast - New Plague suggestion - Galaxy_T - 27-09-2015 02:56 PM

Quote: The idea is very similar to fungus, but with no Spore ability.

No offense, you know that yeast actually can produce spores, right?


RE: Pathogenic Yeast - New Plague suggestion - AnimalMan - 29-09-2015 12:26 AM

(27-09-2015 02:56 PM)Galaxy_T Wrote:  
Quote: The idea is very similar to fungus, but with no Spore ability.

No offense, you know that yeast actually can produce spores, right?


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