|Dawn of the Rotten|
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Once Bitten (2)
Day of the Infected
Day of the Infected (2)
Of Hope and Buried Chemicals
Zombie Apocalypse (2)
28 Minutes Later
28 Minutes Later (2)
We have a situation developing to the northeast in a small town called Buxton. We sent a contractor there to establish an observation post, and his reports have been highly irregular and disturbing. The town council and I agree that sending aid to the area is within budgetary constraints. Should you agree, we are pleased to offer very generous compensation including weaponry and currency.
Our information is limited, but the local LifeNet center seems to be spawning deformed clones, and the center has yet to repair itself. I can confirm that the survivor rate of the original town inhabitants is now zero. We are concerned that the population of the deformed clones is also increasing. This will be a dangerous situation, but as a clone yourself, you are in a far better position than we are to investigate and remedy the problem.
Like I said, the center has made no attempt to repair itself. We believe this may be a sign of a bigger issue or at least an alteration in the automatic behavior of LifeNet. Due to the dangers present on-site, we believe sending a clone to aid the people already stationed at the observation post is the best course of action.
The main contact for the base of operations is an ex-Enforcer colonel named George Omeros. He has a small hand-picked team of researches in the area already. Aid Omeros in any way possible and return to us with detailed information on the situation.
Clone, get the hell out of here, NOW! As far away from this damn place as you can.
Why does Johnson keep sending clones out this way? She gets my reports and still sends you clones out here to kill us.
There is no goddamned LifeNet Problem. Doesn't that woman understand my reports? The problem is some genetic infection in the area causing dead clone bodies to animate and rip people to shreds. The clones make it out of here just fine, regenerating in the nearby - fully functional - LifeNet chamber. But every time they die, the infection has another corpse to use. All the other clones eventually gave up and left us here to deal with their discarded meat sacks wandering around looking for blood.
I wouldn't call it life. First thing they do is evacuate some sort of sludge-like fluid - we call this rot - out of every opening in their bodies. Then they start to crawl around aimlessly. This is the point we find it is easiest to slay them, and we try to keep their numbers down by doing just that. If we don't catch them at that state, they rise to their feet and are damn near impossible to kill. Bullets don't seem to phase them.
Dawn of the Rotten
Mission:If you want to be of use, the first thing to do is find a way to protect yourself from infection. Schindler there has formulated a disease antibody injection, but it's only a temporary solution - a shot you'll need to administer each time you get infected. I'll let him explain what you need.
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