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Offline Noctifer

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Division XV Classification (AKA Triage) System
« on: October 18, 2017, 02:14:14 AM »
SHTF, mass panic everywhere, the dead have risen, many more are infected, you can't save them all; what do you do? Implement a triage system and act accordingly.

For mutants:
1a: Minor mutations, difficult to tell effects aren't natural without genetic testing.
2a: Isolated overt effects, or mutiple subtle mutations.
3a: Multiple overt mutations, signs of a clear trend towards a specific mutagenic category.
4a: Definite signs of an imminent threshold breach, extreme examples might require genetic tests to separate from 5a.
5a: Post-threshold or other overt, irreversible mutations. Kill on sight if unauthorized.

General Populace:
1b: Minor un-integrated (i.e. non-mutagenic) blob contamination, no symptoms and no risk of reanimation.
2b: Un-integrated blob contamination has reached threshold for inducing reanimation, still asymptomatic.
3b: First symptoms of blob contamination, potential for impairment and fatalities in immune-deficient victims.
4b: Severe medical effects of blob contamination, blob infection may progress to 5b on its own if not treated.
5b: Permanent biological damage from un-integrated blob contamination, untreatable. 100% chance of reanimation. Kill on sight.
May mother Venus guide us all!

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Re: Division XV Classification (AKA Triage) System
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2017, 12:19:44 PM »
What about post-threshold mutants with no visible mutations? Alpha mutants come in mind.

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Re: Division XV Classification (AKA Triage) System
« Reply #2 on: October 19, 2017, 01:38:46 PM »
They are pretty.