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Fungus Among Us is a limited time event which mainly focuses on Fungi. This event features eight generators that produce Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us Toadstools as their only currency.

Story[]

Opening[]

"Sometimes the strangest, most alien worlds are waiting to be discovered right here at home."

Ending[]

"Fungi can be friendly or fearsome, dangerous or delicious. They enrich the soil, provide us with food, trigger changes of perspective, and recycle the dead to make way for new life. Fungi are all around us and deeply entangled with our existence."

Objectives & Rewards[]

Explore Fungi (9 Requirements)

Fungus Among Us (Objective)

All objectives and their requirements needed to complete the event.

  1. Collect MycologyLogit ConsoleLogit Console 5
  2. Collect SporesLogit ConsoleLogit Console 6
  3. Collect Fungi of the Forest Life and Death Badge
  4. Collect 5 Domesticated FungiLogit ConsoleLogit Console 7
  5. Collect Tasty FungiLogit ConsoleLogit Console 8
  6. Collect Edible Mushrooms, Bread & Cheese Ripening The Perfect Slice Badge
  7. Collect 20 Unwelcome FungiLogit ConsoleLogit Console 10
  8. Collect Alcohol & 10 Mind-Altering FungiLogit ConsoleLogit Console 14
  9. Collect Cordyceps Zombie Ants Badge

Badges[]

This event simulation holds some rewards already mentioned above. The main ones being these three badges: Bronze: Life and Death, Silver: The Perfect Slice and Gold: Zombie Ants which have an effect on all other evolutionary branches, speeding up every simulation by 1%, and also speeding up production in future Fungus Among Us simulations by 5, 10 and 15% respectively.

Fungus Among Us Badges

Life and Death[]

"Fungi usher the dead into the next world, dissolving the body and returning it to the Earth. Everything that lives is made of everything that has ever died—all of us are entwined together."

The Perfect Slice[]

"The perfect slice of pizza wouldn't exist without fungi! Yeast to rise the dough and ripen the cheese, and a nice topping of button mushrooms—yum."

Zombie Ants[]

"An ant infected by the fungus Ophiocordyceps is like something out of a horror movie. By the time the hapless host dies, it's more fungus than insect."

Generators[]

The Fungus Among Us event features eight generators which produce the event currency Toadstools Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us.

Toadstools[]

Icon Name Description Base Cost Base Production Requires
Fungi Fungi Fungi are small eukaryotic organisms that often live in soil or on decaying matter. There are nearly 145,000 known species of fungi, and scientists suspect there may be up to 5 million total. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 20 Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1/sec An Entangled World
Fungal Living Fungal Living There are many different types of fungi in the world, all with different lifestyles and behaviors. How do fungi live, eat, grow, and reproduce? Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 700 Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 5/sec Mycology
Fungal Cleaners Fungal Cleaners Fungi are master decomposers and unsung heroes of recycling, creating new life out of death. How do fungi help clean up our world? Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 600,000 Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 400/sec Hydrolitic Enzymes
Fungi of the Forest Fungi of the Forest Deep in the soil, a "wood wide web" of fungi connects the inhabitants of the forest. How do plants and fungi work together? Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 3.00 E8 Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 50,000/sec Symbiosis
Domesticated Fungi Domesticated Fungi Humans have learned to harness fungi for many uses, some ancient and some modern innovations. What can fungi do for us? Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.50 E11 Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 6.00 E6/sec Fungal Burial
Tasty Fungi Tasty Fungi Whether you chomp into a portobello or nibble on a nice blue cheese, you're probably a fan of fungal foods. Where can we find fungi in the pantry and fridge? Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 3.50 E13 Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 5.00 E9/sec Medicine
Unwelcome Fungi Unwelcome Fungi In any kingdom as large as the fungi, you're guaranteed to find a few nasty characters. Which fungi can hurt you, and how? Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.20 E19 Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 2.5 E14/sec Mold
Mind-Altering Fungi Mind-Altering Fungi Fungi have a surprising number of subtle and not-so-subtle ways to influence the minds and behaviors of more complex creatures. How do they do it, and why? Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.00 E23 Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 5.00 E18/sec Alcohol


Upgrades[]

Miscellaneous Effects[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
Fungus Among Us An Entangled World An Entangled World They're in the dirt, the water, and the air. They're in our homes, in our food, and even inside our bodies. They're entangled with just about every organism and ecosystem on Earth. There's a lot happening in this often-overlooked kingdom. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 10 - -

Fungi Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Fungus Among Us Mycology Mycology The study of fungi is called mycology. While biologists once thought that fungi were in the same family as plants, they are actually more closely related to animals. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 600 50% Fungi
Fungus Among Us Mushrooms Mushrooms Mushrooms are the spore-bearing, fruiting part of a fungus. They grow above ground and usually have a stem, cap, and gills, with colors ranging from drab to brilliant. Edible varieties are cultivated on farms or gathered in the wild by experienced foragers. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 5,000 1,000% Fungi
Fungus Among Us Yeasts Yeast Yeasts are an ancient family of single-celled fungi that reproduce trough budding. Some species of yeast are beneficial, aiding in processes like fermentation. Others are pathogens that can cause infections, like the insidious Candida. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 2.00 E15 2.00 E11% Tasty Fungi
Fungi
Fungus Among Us Mold Mold Molds are multicellular colonies of fungi that grow togetheras a mass of thin filaments. When this telltale layer of fuzz starts growing on food and breaking it down, a foul smell and a nasty taste follow—we call this "spoilage. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 2.00 E18 25,000% Blue Cheese
Fungi

Fungal Living Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Fungus Among Us Diet Diet Fungi are heterotrophs, organisms that can't reproduce their own food. They must break down other organic matter to access nutrients, and they're very efficient at it. They can penetrate multiple layers of the tissue that they're feeding on. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1,250 100% Fungal Living
Fungus Among Us Reproduction Reproduction Fungi reproduce via many methods, both sexual and asexual, from budding to spore dispersal. In this huge and varied kingdom, there are no hard and fast rules for how new fungi are born. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 2,000 100% Fungal Living
Fungus Among Us Hydrolitic Enzymes Hydrolitic Enzymes Since they don't have a stomach to digest food, fungi effectively use the outside world as their stomach—they secrete hydrolytic enzymes into the environment around them. These digestive juices break down large organic molecules so they can be absorbed as nutrients. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 50,000 100% Diet
Fungus Among Us Spores Spores Spores are individual cells containing genetic information, used in both sexual and asexual reproduction. Evolution has primed them to spread as far as possible and survive almost anything. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 150,000 200% Reproduction
Fungus Among Us Symbiosis Symbiosis Symbiosis is a mutually beneficial partnership between two organisms. Fungi are one of the most versatile symbionts on Earth, pairing with members of almost every other kingdom. Fungi form symbiotic relationships with algae, plants, insects, and even humans. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 5.00 E7 5,000% Fungal Living
Fungus Among Us Growth Growth Fungi are made up of long, cylindrical filaments called hyphae. They expand by branching, sprouting new growths off from an existing hyphae to create huge networks with many connections. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.00 E9 1,000% Reproduction

Fungal Cleaners Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Fungus Among Us Bioremediation Bioremediation Fungi are impressive omnivores, able to use almost anything as a food source. Some species can gobble up heavy metals, oil, and chemicals from contaminated water or soil. This is a process called bioremediation, used to fight pollution. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 2.00 E6 200% Fungal Cleaners
Fungus Among Us Radiotropic Fungi Radiotropic Fungi In the depths of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, scientists have found evidence of new life: colonies of radiotrophic, or radiation-eating, fungi that live on radioactive material. They don't just survive here: they thrive. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.50 E7 300% Bioremediation
Fungus Among Us Decomposition Decomposition Fungi break dead organisms down into useful nutrients. Some are consumed by the fungus, and some are returned to the soil to help feed plants and animals. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.50 E10 1,500% Fungal Cleaners
Fungus Among Us Fungal Burial Fungal Burial Environmentally conscious individuals may wish to forgo a coffin when they die. Instead, they might opt for a mushroom burial suit made from cotton and fungal spores. This method decomposes a body quickly and with little to the environment. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.50 E11 2,500% Decomposition

Fungi of the Forest Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Fungus Among Us Myccorhiza Myccorhiza A myccorhiza is a symbiotic relationship between a fungus and a plant. The fungus connects with a plant through its root network, enriching the soil with nutrients and helping the plant survive tough conditions. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 7.00 E8 100% Fungi of the Forest
Fungus Among Us Mycelial Network Mycelial Network Fungi connect to each other trough large, complex networks of hyphae. This mass, called the mycelium, can also mingle with plant roots, binding fungi and flora together. Organisms intertwined through the mycelial network can even communicate using chemicals and electrical signals. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 9.00 E9 100% Growth
Fungi of the Forest
Fungus Among Us Ghost Orchid Ghost Orchid The rare, beautiful Eurasian ghost orchid lacks chlorophyll, so it can't perform photosynthesis. Instead, it relies on mycelial networks to bring it nutrients from other plants. This free rider is a particularly lovely parasite, living off the bounty of the forest. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 4.00 E10 100% Decomposition
Fungi of the Forest
Fungus Among Us Defense Alert Defense Alert The mycelial networks of the forest form an organic information superhighway. When a broad bean plant is being eaten by aphids, it can send signals through the netwark to raise an alarm. Warned of the attack, neighboring plants release chemicals that attract wasps to prey on the aphids. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 8.00 E10 100% Mycelial Network

Domesticated Fungi Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Fungus Among Us Building Material Building Material Mycelium is extremely strong. When dried it is very durable, resistan to water, fire, and mold. Bricks made from sustainable mycelium are an experimental alternative to traditional building materials like concrete and wood. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 6.00 E11 300% Domesticated Fungi
Fungus Among Us Pesticides Pesticides Toxic or parasitic fungi that target insects in the wild can be put to use as a biopesticide. Once the spores of these mushrooms land on an insect and infect it, they start growing from the inside out until the pest is destroyed. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.50 E12 1,000% Domesticated Fungi
Fungus Among Us Medicine Medicine Fungi have been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years, but scientists are only beginning to understand the mechanisms that make them useful. Some fungi are used in cancer treatment, some can lower cholesterol, and some are immunosuppressants. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 2.00 E13 200% Domesticated Fungi
Fungus Among Us Antibiotics Antibiotics Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928, when he noticed mold growing on an unattended petri dish. He observed how the fungus killed all the bacteria around it. Today there are many different classes of antibiotics, all derived from this one discovery. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 4.00 E20 3.00 E8% Mold
Medicine

Tasty Fungi Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Fungus Among Us Edible Mushrooms Edible Mushrooms Edible mushrooms are a common ingredient in cuisine all over the world. From portobellos to maitakes, oysters to enokis, mushrooms are eaten on pizzas, in soups and stews, and on their own. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.20 E14 200% Tasty Fungi
Fungus Among Us Truffles Truffles Truffles have long been prized for their strong fragrance and rich flavor. Rare and diffcult to find—they grow underground and must be sniffed out by trained dogs or pigs—they fetch high prices on the culinary market. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 8.00 E14 150% Edible Mushrooms
Fungus Among Us Bread Bread Given a mix of water and flour to feed on, yeasts convert sugars into ethanol and carbon dioxide bubbles that make bread dough light and puffy. This rising process is the key to baking many types of bread. The earliest records of this technique are from Ancient Egypt. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 4.00 E16 400% Yeast
Tasty Fungi
Fungus Among Us Fermentation Fermentation Under oxygen-free conditions, yeasts and bacteria can convert carbohydrates to alcohols or other organic compounds. Humans have been harnessing this process to make bread, cheese, pickles, and alcoholic beverages for over 13,000 years. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 9.00 E16 100% Tasty Fungi
Fungus Among Us Cheese Ripening Cheese Ripening While most cheese is cured using bacteria, yeast can also be an important ingredient in the ripening process. Cheese like Limburger, Camembert, and Buffalo mozzarella use yeasts to achieve their distinctive texture and flavor. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 2.50 E17 400% Fermentation
Fungus Among Us Blue Cheese Blue Cheese Blue cheese is a type of cheese that contains veins of mold. While the strong smell and tangy flavor can be an aquired taste, it's popular around the world. Roquefort, Gorgonzola, and Stilton are all blue cheeses. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 7.00 E17 150% Cheese Ripening
Fungus Among Us Alcohol Alcohol Yeast is an essential ingredient in winemaking and beer brewing. Once humanity mastered fermentation, it was quickly used to produce alcohol. Jugs thought to have been used for fermenting alcohol have been found dating back to the Stone Age. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 9.00 E22 7.50 E6 Fermentation

Unwelcome Fungi Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Fungus Among Us Moldy Food Moldy Food When food products are stored improperly or go uneaten for too long, mold will begin the work of decomposition, spoiling the food and rendering it inedible. If you're surprised by mold growing on your lunch, don't eat it! Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.50 E19 800% Unwelcome Fungi
Fungus Among Us Fungal Infections Fungal Infections Not all fungi are nice. Some can cause serious problems for their hosts, be they plants, insects, or humans. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 6.00 E19 150% Unwelcome Fungi
Fungus Among Us Plant Blight Plant Blight While many plants live in harmony with fungi, some are harmed by the association. Fungal infections are behind devastating crop blights, which cause famines and can threaten or wipe out entire species of plants. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 5.00 E21 500% Fungal Infections
Fungus Among Us Black Mold Black Mold Black mold is rare in the wild but thrives in damp, poorly maintained buildings. Often discovered in houses that have suffered water damage, it's costly and difficult to remove. The airborne spores are toxic to humans and pets—if you see black mold, steer clear. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.20 E22 300% Moldy Food
Fungus Among Us Human Illness Human Illness Usually entering through the skin or the lungs, fungal infections in humans can be very serious. From athelete's foot fungus to itchy, painful Candida yeast infections to the chronic disease cocciciodomycosis, or Valley Fever, fungi are never welcome guests in the human body. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 4.00 E22 100% Black Mold
Fungal Infections
Fungus Among Us Poisonous Mushrooms Poisonous Mushrooms Many fungi produce compounds that can seriously sicken or kill humans and animals. From toxic molds on crops to poisonous toadstools picked by unwary foragers, these unfriendly fungi shouldn't be eaten under any circumstances. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 3.00 E24 4000% Unwelcome Fungi
Fungus Among Us Amanita Amanita One of the most recognizable mushrooms is the Fly Agaric, or Amanita muscaria. With it bright red cap and white spots, it's become in pop culture. It's dangerous to ingest, and can induce hallucinogenic experiences, illness, or death. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.00 E25 400% Poisonous Mushrooms
Fungus Among Us Parasitic Fungi Parasitic Fungi A parasite is an organism that lives in or on another creature, often stealing the host's nutrients or harming it in other ways. Parasitic fungi infect and hijack their hosts, sometimes destroying them in the process. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.00 E26 1500% Unwelcome Fungi

Mind-Altering Fungi Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Fungus Among Us Scent & Taste Scent & Taste In some situations, making yourself appealing to a predator can be as useful as trying to scare it away. Fungi have evolved mouthwatering smells and pleasant flavors so they will be eaten, cultivated, and spread across the globe. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 4.00 E23 600% Mind-Altering Fungi
Fungus Among Us Psychedelic Mushrooms Psychedelic Mushrooms Some species of mushrooms can cause hallucinogenic side effects when eaten. Psilocybin mushrooms are consumed as part of spiritual rituals in many indigenous cultures. Medical researchers are experimenting with small doses of these mushrooms to treat ailments such as PTSD, depression, and alcoholism. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 4.00 E25 1,500% Poisonous Mushrooms
Mind-Altering Fungi
Fungus Among Us Cordyceps Cordyceps The Cordyceps fungus is known for its bright orange, club-shaped mushrooms and for its ability to infect and hijack the bodies of ants and other insects. One especially gruesome species first induces its victim to climb to a high spot where its spores can be dispersed. Then the fungus consumes the ant alive, finally sprouting a spore-bearing stalk from the head of its corpse. Fungus Among UsFungus Among Us 1.00 E27 100% Parasitic Fungi


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