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"Can humans win the battle against disease? Travel through the history of outbreaks, collect contagions, and find ways to combat infection." ― Information Tab


Threat of Infection is a limited time event which focuses on Outbreaks. It features 14 generators and 60 upgrades that produce either Contagions Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection or Immunity Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection.

Story[]

Opening[]

"The human body seems to be vulnerable to disease. The immune system defends against infection, but it is not always enough. How can humans fight an invisible enemy?"

Ending[]

"When humans fight infection, they fight evolution itself. Diseases are ever-evolving, and the threat of an outbreak is always looming. Humans must continue to adapt in order to survive."

Objectives & Rewards[]

Threat of Infection (Objective)

The requirements that have to be completed in order to get all rewards.

Explore Outbreaks (12 Requirements)

  1. Collect 10 Smallpox → 1 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  2. Collect Documentation, AD 165-180 → 2 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  3. Collect Four Humors → 3 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  4. Collect 125 Human LifeImmune System Badge
  5. Collect 5 Syphilis, Questions of Morality → 4 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  6. Collect Parasites and Protists, Aztec Epidemic → 6 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  7. Collect 5 Salmonella, Cocoliztli → 7 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  8. Collect Plague DoctorsPlague Badge
  9. Collect 4 Yellow Fever, 8 Tuberculosis → 8 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  10. Collect 500 Human Life → 9 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  11. Collect Extreme Hygiene, Antibiotics → 10 Logit ConsoleLogit Console
  12. Collect Medical Technology, 2020-PresentCRISPR Badge

Badges[]

This exploration holds some rewards already mentioned above. The main ones being these three badges: Bronze: Immune System, Silver: Plague and Gold: CRISPR which have an effect on all other evolutionary branches, speeding up every simulation by 1%, and also speeding up production in future Threat of Infection simulations by 5, 10 and 15% respectively.

Threat of Infection Badges

Immune System[]

"The human body is not defenseless when attacked by disease. A robust system of responses is always at the ready, prepared to fight against outside invaders."

Plague[]

"Yersinia pestis is carried by fleas and the rats they infect, eventually spreading across the human population"

CRISPR[]

"Cutting-edge technology advances into the twenty-first century, with techniques such as CRISPR being used to edit the genes of bacteria to remove their resistance to antibiotics."

Generators[]

Icon Name Description Base Cost Base Production Requires
Threat of Infection Human Life Human Life Each human body is a biosphere containing trillions of microorganisms. While many of these life forms are beneficial, others invade the body and must be fought off by the immune system. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 30 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1/sec -
Threat of Infection Smallpox Smallpox Believed to have existed for at least 3,000 years, smallpox causes itchy, fluid-filled blisters that later scab. It is spread by coughing and sneezing, and also by handling the clothing of the infected. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 50 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1/sec Viruses
Threat of Infection Plague Plague Transmitted by flea bites, plague manifests in three clinical forms. The most common, bubonic, infects the body's lymph nodes, creating large, pus-filled lumps. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 75,000 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 200/sec Bacteria
Threat of Infection Syphilis Syphilis A sexually transmitted disease, syphilis causes sores and rashes across the body. Symptoms can flare on and off for years, and in late stages can damage the cardiovascular system and cognitive function. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e11 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e8/sec Bacteria
Quarantines
Threat of Infection Malaria Malaria Malaria is spread by a cycle of mosquitos biting infected humans and spreading the parasite to others. The disease causes severe illness and death in Africa for centuries before colonization spreads it across the world. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 5e12 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e10/sec Parasites and Protists
Threat of Infection Salmonella Salmonella Caused by a bacterium common in many animals, humans catch salmonella from drinking contaminated water or eating undercooked food. Infections last up to 4 days in healthy adults, but can cause death due to untreated dehydration. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e17 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e13/sec Bacteria
Herbs and Rituals
Threat of Infection Yellow Fever Yellow Fever When infected with the disease, mosquitos can spread yellow fever through human populations. This virus, found in Africa and the Americas, can potentially give severe liver damage, causing yellow skin known as jaundice. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e20 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2.5e17/sec Viruses
Preservation
Threat of Infection Tuberculosis Tuberculosis Spread through the air by droplets, tuberculosis usually infects the alveoli, flooding them with fluids. It damages the lungs, causing necrosis, making the patient feel like they are drowning. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e24 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e20/sec Bacteria
Scientific Survey
Threat of Infection Cholera Cholera After ingesting contaminated food or water, cholera causes extreme dehydration, sometimes turning skin color blue-gray. Nicknamed "the Blue Death," it can become fatal within a few hours of symptoms first appearing. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e27 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e24/sec Bacteria
Germ Theory
Threat of Infection Polio Polio Like cholera, polio spreads when fecal matter contaminates water supplies. The virus attacks the motor neurons of the brain and spine, and in severe cases, can cause total or partial paralysis. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e33 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2.5e29/sec Viruses
Burning it Down
Threat of Infection Influenza Influenza Spread by the coughs and sneezes of the infected, influenza is marked by severe fatigue, aches, and chills. More than most other viruses, it mutates rapidly, with new strains appearing nearly every year. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e36 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e32/sec Viruses
Vaccines
Threat of Infection Typhus Typhus Commonly found in the close, unsanitary contacts brought on by war, typhus is spread by infected lice. Each time one bites a human, it defecates bacteria-rich feces near the wound, providing a pathway to the bloodstream. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e39 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e35/sec Bacteria
Fever
Threat of Infection HIV HIV A sexually transmitted disease, Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), damages white blood cells, reducing the immune system's ability to defend itself. HIV has no cure, and if untreated can lead to the development of AIDS. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e43 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 7e38/sec Viruses
Antibiotics
Threat of Infection Coronavirus Coronavirus The spikes on coronaviruses give them their name, meaning crown. These viruses commonly spread among animals, but when spread to humans, they all can cause respiratory symptoms like bronchitis and pneumonia. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 5e46 Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 5e42/sec Viruses
Antibodies

Upgrades[]

Miscellaneous Effects[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
Threat of Infection Viruses Viruses Fragments of foreign genetic information can infect the cells of a person or animal. Viruses cannot reproduce or carry out metabolic processes without a host, leading many scientists to question whether they are alive. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 25 Contagion Tap gains +1 per tap Human Life
Threat of Infection Bacteria Bacteria Among the simplest of single celled organisms, bacteria comprise 13% of the world's biomass. Tens of thousands of distinct species have been discovered, and 5% of them can cause disease. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 200,000 Contagion Tap 1.5X AD 165-180
Threat of Infection Parasites and Protists Parasites and Protists Ranging in size from single-celled protists to tapeworms as long as twenty feet, various parasites can cause illness. If untreated, some parasitic diseases can have mortality rates near 100%. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e13 Contagion Tap 1.5X Questions of Morality

Human Life Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection White Blood Cells White Blood Cells When foreign substances enter the body, white blood cells gather at the point of infection. Some of these cells produce disease-killing proteins while others converge on the survivors, eating what remains. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 500 150% Human Life
Antonine Plague
Threat of Infection Lymphatic System Lymphatic System A network of lymphatic tubes empties leftover substances from cells and tissues. This system maintains the body's fluid levels, produces white blood cells, and destroys bacteria and viruses in the lymph nodes. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e9 500% Human Life
The Black Death
Threat of Infection Gut Bacteria Gut Bacteria The human body contains trillions of bacteria, most of them benign and even necessary for life. They additionally contribute to the body's immune system, competing with harmful bacteria for nutrients and space. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3.2e21 800% Human Life
The Blue Death
Threat of Infection Fever Fever When fighting off infection, the body's internal temperature can rise above 38 degrees Celsius. This slows microbial reproduction and speeds up the chemical processes which contribute to the immune response. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e27 2500% Human Life
Spanish Flu
Threat of Infection Antibodies Antibodies Antigens are any substance foreign to the body. When harmful viruses or bacteria are detected, specialized white blood cells release custom proteins called antibodies to neutralize those specific antigens. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e33 500% Human Life
1494-1928
Threat of Infection Documentation Documentation Greek physician Galen studies and documents the symptoms of each of his patients during the Antonine Plague. Galen doesn't find a cure in his lifetime, but his writings influence physicians for around 1,500 years. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 10,000 400% Antonine Plague
Threat of Infection Four Humors Four Humors To the Ancient Greeks, a healthy body contains a balance of four humors: bile, black bile, blood, and phlegm. A belief that lasts through the Middle Ages, when these substances are thrown out of balance, illness occurs. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e6 250% Plague of Justinian
Threat of Infection Fighting the Onryō Fighting the Onryō Turning to folklore for an explanation, vengeful spirits called onryo are blamed for the smallpox epidemic. They are believed to be warded off by the color red or calmed with appeasing dances. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e8 500% Japanese Smallpox
Threat of Infection Quarantines Quarantines A city in modern Croatia, Ragusa issues the first quarantine in 1377. To protect the city from plague, visitors wait 40 days on a nearby island, threatened with torture and mutilation if they break their isolation early. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e10 1000% The Black Death
Threat of Infection Quinine Quinine Among the oldest treatments for malaria, quinine is made from the bark of the quina-quina tree to reduce the disease's symptoms. It is a key component in making tonic water, which colonial soldiers use to treat the disease. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e14 50000% Malaria
Threat of Infection Herbs and Rituals Herbs and Rituals Aztec medicine is based in religion and herbology. Minor illnesses can be treated with herbal medicine alone, but more serious diseases, such as smallpox, require spiritual supervision from doctors called the ticitl. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e17 5000% Aztec Epidemic
Threat of Infection Plague Doctors Plague Doctors As plague outbreaks persist through the 1600s, miasma theory states that the scent of rot poisons the air and spreads disease. When treating patients, plague doctors wear flower-filled, beak-shaped masks to ward off the bad air. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e19 300% The Black Death
1520
Threat of Infection Preservation Preservation Spanish colonizers destroy most of the archives kept by the Aztecs. This inspires indigenous descendants to create detailed accounts of disease and history, ensuring the survival of their legacy in the face of annihilation. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e19 400% Cocoliztli
Threat of Infection Scientific Survey Scientific Survey Noah Webster writes to physicians across the East Coast, asking for their theories and observations on the cause, spread and treatment of Yellow Fever. He accumulates their testimonies into the world's first scientific survey. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 6e22 20000% Summer in Philadelphia
Threat of Infection Germ Theory Germ Theory First raised in the 1800s, germ theory identifies microorganisms as the cause of disease. This idea revolutionizes medicine and imposes new standards in hygiene for surgical procedures, such as hand washing. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 7e25 3000% Urban Epidemic
Threat of Infection Sanitation Sanitation During London's 1854 cholera outbreak, physician John Snow marks the locations of those infected on a map. He finds the outbreak's hot spots correlate with the city's water pumps, confirming contaminated water is causing the epidemic. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 7e28 1500% The Blue Death
Threat of Infection Burning it Down Burning it Down Honolulu's Chinatown responds to the plague in 1900 by burning down contaminated buildings. Harsh winds hit the island, pushing the fires toward other homes, burning down most of the city and leaving thousands unhoused. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e33 4000% Third Plague Epidemic
Threat of Infection Vaccines Vaccines By the late 1800's, scientists like Pasteur and Koch identify the microorganisms that cause specific diseases. Weakened strains of these contagions are later used to create vaccines, providing immunity to once-lethal infections. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e35 3000% The New York Epidemic
Threat of Infection Masking Masking As Spanish Flu spreads in 1918, officials across the United States advocate for wearing masks. In some cases, newspapers print instructions for making homemade masks, and not wearing one could incur a fine. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e38 2500% Spanish Flu
Threat of Infection Extreme Hygiene Extreme Hygiene The rest of the world war's combatants aren't spared from typhus, but they do fight back successfully. Delousing showers become a frequent routine for soldiers, who stand in high heat and steam to kill lice and destroy eggs. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 8e40 1000% Russian Outbreak
Threat of Infection Antibiotics Antibiotics In 1928, Alexander Fleming finds a mold contamination killed some of his bacterial cultures. A decade later, an Oxford team studies this phenemenon and creates the first antibiotic, and cure for syphilus, penicillin. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e42 5000% Questions of Morality
1918-1922
Threat of Infection Prevention Prevention With the government silent, queer activists take initiative to educate others about HIV. Frequent testing and the use of condoms slow the spread until future treatments make the virus undetectable and untransmittable. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e45 7000% 1494-1928
Silent Government
Threat of Infection Medical Technology Medical Technology Bacteria and viruses aren't the only ones evolving. As medical technology advances, diseases that once plagued humans can be eradicated. However, humans are always a few steps behind, vulnerable to whichever outbreak comes next. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e48 10000% Covid-19

Smallpox Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Antonine Plague Antonine Plague In 165 CE, Rome is at the height of its power. However, soldiers returning from war carry what is most likely smallpox, killing around 2,000 people a day at its peak. By the epidemic's end, a third of the empire is dead. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 300 300% Smallpox
Threat of Infection Japanese Smallpox Japanese Smallpox Buddhist missionaries from Korea travel to Japan in the 6th century, bringing with them deadly waves of smallpox. In the year 735, the disease wipes out 30% of the Japanese population, decimating supply chains and the economy. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e7 5000% Smallpox
Four Humors
Threat of Infection Aztec Epidemic Aztec Epidemic An unintentional ally during Cortes' invasion of Mexico, smallpox devastates Aztec populations lacking immunity to the virus. It kills up to 8 million people while incapacitating many survivors, leaving them vulnerable to future outbreaks. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e16 2e9% Smallpox
Quinine

Plague Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Plague of Justinian Plague of Justinian Carried by rats and transmitted along trade routes from North Africa, Bubonic Plague hits Constantinople in 542 CE. Further outbreaks continue over the next 225 years, killing nearly a quarter of the empire's population. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 500,000 200% Plague
Threat of Infection The Black Death The Black Death One of history's most debilitating epidemics, the Black Death spreads across Europe in the mid-1300's. Roughly 1/3 of the overall population perishes in 5 years, with some cities seeing death rates of 50% or even higher. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 8e9 4000% Plague
Fighting the Onryo
Threat of Infection Third Plague Epidemic Third Plague Epidemic Bubonic plague rears its head once more in 1855, this time hitting every inhabited continent. The world applies everything it learned from previous plagues, but the outbreak still kills 12 million people globally. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 5e30 1e22% Plague
1817-1860

Syphilis Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Questions of Morality Questions of Morality As Western Europeans learn that syphilis is spread by sexual intercourse, it is seen as a sign of wickedness. Infected people are shunned and feared, with some physicians even refusing to treat the disease. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e12 1000% Syphilis

Salmonella Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Cocoliztli Cocoliztli Across the 16th century, Mexico is struck by a host of European diseases. Now believed to be salmonella, the Cocoliztli Plague is the worst of these outbreaks, killing as much as 80% of the remaining indigenous population. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e18 2500% 1520
Salmonella

Yellow Fever Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Summer in Philadelphia Summer in Philadelphia The first pandemic in the United States hits Philadelphia in August of 1793. A tenth of the city's population dies from yellow fever as others flee the city, including President George Washington and his cabinet. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e22 600% Yellow Fever

Tuberculosis Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Urban Epidemic Urban Epidemic The crowded conditions of industrial cities unleashes tuberculosis in the 1700s. By the late 1800s, it has infection rates close to 100% and is responsible for two out of five of all deaths in the urban working class. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e25 200% Tuberculosis

Cholera Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection The Blue Death The Blue Death The first global cholera pandemic emerges from Jessore, India in 1817. The disease spreads across Asia and into Persia, resurging multiple times over the following decades. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e28 400% Cholera

Polio Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection The New York Epidemic The New York Epidemic In 1916, polio devastates the United States' largest city. Entire neighborhoods are walled off, while millions of gallons of water are used daily to wash the streets. In the end, it leaves 20,000 paralyzed and 6,000 dead. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 8e33 600% Polio

Influenza Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Spanish Flu Spanish Flu Infecting half a billion worldwide, by 1920 the Spanish flu kills 50 million people. While other nations practice censorship during World War I, Spain reports on the epidemic, associating the country with the disease. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e37 1000% Influenza

Typhus Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Russian Outbreak Russian Outbreak As typhus spreads in the trenches of World War I, an already destabilized Russia is ill-equipped to handle such an outbreak. An estimated 30 million Eastern Europeans are infected, with around 3 million fatal cases. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e40 300% Typhus

HIV Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Silent Government Silent Government The spread of HIV is widely associated with the LGBTQ+ community, creating a stigma around the virus. Thus, the US government remains silent through the epidemic's early years, leading to thousands of preventable deaths. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 5e44 2500% HIV

Coronavirus Efficiency[]

Icon Name Description Cost Efficiency Requires
Threat of Infection Covid-19 Covid-19 In 2020, the world is confronted with a health crisis that many haven't seen in their lifetime. Governments respond by enacting quarantines and travel bans. The virus claims over a million lives that year alone. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e47 500% Coronavirus
Threat of Infection New-Age Contagions New-Age Contagions The more humans use antibiotics, the more bacteria become resistant to them. Viruses mutate at a rapid pace, making previous vaccines ineffective. As contagions continue to evolve, human countermeasures struggle to keep up. Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e48 500% Covid-19

Disease Outbreaks[]

Icon Name Description Cost Effect Requires
Threat of Infection 735-737 735-737 Outbreak: Japanese Smallpox, Infected Population: ~ 4 million, Infected Death Rate: 25-35% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e7 Smallpox 1000% more efficient Fighting the Onryo
Threat of Infection 1346-1353 1346-1353 Outbreak: Black Death, Population: ~ 50 million, Infected Death Rate: 50% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e9 Plague 2000% more efficient Quarantines
Lymphatic System
Threat of Infection 1486 - Present 1486 - Present Outbreak: Malaria, Infected: Unknown, Infected Death Rate: 14-28% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e13 Malaria 10000% more efficient Quinine
Threat of Infection 1520 1520 Outbreak: Aztec Smallpox, Infected Population: 5-8 million+, Infected Death Rate: 30-100% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 2e14 Smallpox 500% more efficient Herbs and Rituals
Threat of Infection 1545-1576 1545-1576 Outbreak: Cocoliztli, Infected Population: 7-17 million+, Infected Death Rate: 60-90% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e16 Salmonella 2000% more efficient Preservation
Threat of Infection 1793-1794 1793-1794 Outbreak: Yellow Fever, Infected Population: ~ 11,000, Infected Death Rate: 30-50% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 5e18 Yellow Fever 2000% more efficient Scientific Survey
Threat of Infection 1800-1922 1800-1922 Outbreak: Tuberculosis, Infected Population: 4 million+, Infected Death Rate: 80% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1.5e20 Tuberculosis 2500% more efficient Germ Theory
Threat of Infection 1817-1860 1817-1860 Outbreak: Cholera, Infected Population: 1 million+, Infected Death Rate: 25-50% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 3e22 Cholera 2000% more efficient Sanitation
Gut Bacteria
Threat of Infection 1900 1900 Outbreak: Third Plague Epidemic, Infected Population: 15 million+, Infected Death Rate: 30-60% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1.5e24 Plague 2000% more efficient Burning it Down
Threat of Infection 1916 1916 Outbreak: New York Polio, Population: 27,000+, Infected Death Rate: 5-15% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 6e25 Polio 2000% more efficient Vaccines
Threat of Infection 1918-1920 1918-1920 Outbreak: Spanish Flu, Infected Population: ~ 500 million, Infected Death Rate: 2.5% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e28 Influenza 1500% more efficient Fever
Threat of Infection 1918-1922 1918-1922 Outbreak: Russian Typhus, Population: 20-30 million+, Infected Death Rate: 20-60% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 4e29 Typhus 2000% more efficient Extreme Hygiene
Threat of Infection 1494-1928 1494-1928 Outbreak: Syphilis, Infected Population: Unknown, Infected Death Rate: 10% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e31 Syphilis 2e31% more efficient Antibiotics
Threat of Infection 1981-1988 1981-1988 Outbreak: HIV, Infected Population: ~42,000, Infected Death Rate: ~56% Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 9e33 HIV 4000% more efficient Antibodies
Prevention
Threat of Infection 2020-Present 2020-Present Outbreak: Covid-19, Infected Population: 5,817,385, Infected Death Rate: Varies Threat of InfectionThreat of Infection 1e36 Human Life 100% more efficient Covid-19
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