Typhoid (Salmonella typhi)
Typhoid is a disease that is characterised by a high fever, profuse sweating, vomiting and diarrhea. The disease is easily controlled with good hygiene and sanitation.
Bacterium - Bacteria is a large group of single celled microorganisms. While many are harmless or beneficial Red Ash will focus on the pathogenic ones that cause infectious diseases.
Contact - Only physical contact is required to pass the pathogen to another. Either by direct contact with the infected or with something they have handled while infect and within the residual life of the pathogen.
- Lethality: 10%
- Infection Rate: 62%
- Contamenation Area: 3 Meters
- Gestation Period: 15 Days
- Difficulty: Hard
- Save: Health
- Advancement Time: 1 Week
- Life Span: 4 Weeks
- Residual Life: 2 Weeks
Stage 1: Slowly rising temperature, malaise, headache, cough and a slower heartbeat.
Stage 2: Fever plateaus, mood swings occur with times of delirium. Intestines and stomach become enlarged. Diarrhea or constipation is common and about 50/50 for either.
Stage 3: Death Roll
Stage 4: Fever ends by end of week