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Deacon Ledger

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  1. Entry 1 - 1/16/2020 I don't know how long it's been. So long. I've been traveling for some time. It's ok though, because I still have the samples! Once I get back to Atlanta, we can conduct cure research. It's been so long, but here are my findings from First Night: Patients presented with high fever. The outbreak started NEAR Severograd (Or so they say...) Patients became delirious with fever, as their body temp reached peaks of almost 105 degrees F! Patients tissue breakdown is extremely slow, however, their regeneration of new tissue (I.E New muscles growth from damage) Patients APPEAR to present with basic symptoms of FFI (Fatal Familial Insomnia), their brain function is similar to those who present with FFI, but they never die. Patients have shown basic human functions. They are not "Undead". They have a Respiratory rate of 1-10 breaths per minute (depending on length of infection), and still blink, sweat, and salivate. Patients do not seem to die of hunger, but rather break down organic matter in the body for energy. They also seem to develop tactics. Screeching to alert others, running, and feigning fatigue, to make people think less of them, they have even been seen breaking down doors. The final, most important thing, they do not FEED on flesh or human tissue. They simply attack, and move on. This means their functions are not survival, but PRIMAL. Pure rage. I pulled the samples off of a few people. The CDC is sending a plane to me... I hope. I tracked the outbreak, it was my job to. If this was a real virus (I believe it's a prion disease and NOT a virus), it should have spread like ripples through Chernarus. The fact that it didn't, and it only STARTED in Severograd, proves this was not accidental. I believe, firmly, this was a bioweapon, released to test the effects on a civilian population. It just HAPPENED to get out of hand. Please, stay safe out there. -Seed
  2. Hi, all! Used to play a long time ago, back now, I look forward to meeting everyone, and having some great RP scenarios!
  3. Brett Reinhardt was a 5'9" older gentleman from Texas. His childhood was good, and he grew up with a lot of support. At the age of 18, he was accepted into Cornell university for Molecular Virology. He studied hard, and graduated at the top of his class. Shortly after, he began working for the CDC as a Pathologist. He was approached, when he was 38, to fly to Charnarus to study an outbreak of what was thought to be fever induced psychosis. When he got there, he realized, they were dead wrong. He had only read about this before. In Science Fiction. This, was an outbreak, of a Zombie Virus. He held himself up at a CDC camp outside Kamyshovo, and collected samples. Soon, the outbreak became too severe, and he was thrown on a ship to take the samples to the states, to study them, in the effort to find a cure. The ship was rolled and rocked in a heavy storm and was sent adrift back on the shore. This was were Brett woke up. Maybe he can still find a cure. Brett hates killing the people he once called... people. He is also horrified when others take pleasure in killing Zombies. He doesn't even enjoy calling them Zombies, and prefers to use the term "Prisoners". He is still working, laboring, day in, day out, to find a cure, and bring peace to these tumultuous lands.
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