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New scenario suggestion: Siberian plague
03-08-2014, 11:47 PM
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New scenario suggestion: Siberian plague
So Siberian plague (Anthrax).

Transmission:
- Cattle 1 & 2
- Bird 1 & 2
- Extreme zoonotic
- Water 1 & 2
- Air 1 & 2
- Extreme bioaerosol
- Objects of the environment 1, 2 and maybe 3
- Insects 1 & 2
- Blood 1 & 2
- Extreme hematophagy

Abilities:
- Resistance to heat 1 & 2
- Resistance to cold 1 & 2
- Environmental hardering
- Drug resistance 1 & 2
- Genetic hardering 1 & 2
- Genetic reshuffle 1, 2 & 3
- Pulmonary disease (gives new symptoms: coughing, sneezing, pulmonary fibrosis, lung oedema)
- Septic disease (gives new symptoms: tachycardia, hemorrhagic pulmonary oedema, bowel paralysis, hemorrhagic shock, brain oedema, gastrointestinal bleeding and peritonitis*)

Symptoms:
- Headache
- Weakness
- Drowsiness
- Redness of the skin
- Skin lesions
- Ulcers
- Necrosis

* Peritonitis is an inflammation of the peritoneum, the thin tissue that lines the inner wall of the abdomen and covers most of the abdominal organs.
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04-08-2014, 03:46 PM
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RE: New scenario suggestion: Siberian plague
(03-08-2014 11:47 PM)Andreyo_18 Wrote:  So Siberian plague (Anthrax).

Transmission:
- Cattle 1 & 2
- Bird 1 & 2
- Extreme zoonotic
- Water 1 & 2
- Air 1 & 2
- Extreme bioaerosol
- Objects of the environment 1, 2 and maybe 3
- Insects 1 & 2
- Blood 1 & 2
- Extreme hematophagy

Abilities:
- Resistance to heat 1 & 2
- Resistance to cold 1 & 2
- Environmental hardering
- Drug resistance 1 & 2
- Genetic hardering 1 & 2
- Genetic reshuffle 1, 2 & 3
- Pulmonary disease (gives new symptoms: coughing, sneezing, pulmonary fibrosis, lung oedema)
- Septic disease (gives new symptoms: tachycardia, hemorrhagic pulmonary oedema, bowel paralysis, hemorrhagic shock, brain oedema, gastrointestinal bleeding and peritonitis*)

Symptoms:
- Headache
- Weakness
- Drowsiness
- Redness of the skin
- Skin lesions
- Ulcers
- Necrosis

* Peritonitis is an inflammation of the peritoneum, the thin tissue that lines the inner wall of the abdomen and covers most of the abdominal organs.

Way to similar to a few other plagues i know
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