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Attention!
·This instruction manual contains important
information concerning the proper handling and use
of the Uroborus virus.
·Using the virus for anything outside the uses
listed in this manual may result in the expiration
of the handler.
·Using the virus for anything outside the uses
listed in this manual may result in the expiration
of those within the handler's vicinity.
·Administration of the virus to a test subject
usually results in the dissolution, so carefully select
your test subjects.
·When using the virus, please follow the
instructions in this manual carefully.


Virus dosage is proportional to the subject's
weight. Please use the following chart:
60 kg of above......................1 bottle
40 - 60 kg...........................2/3 bottle
20 - 40 kg...........................1/2 bottle
20 kg or less........................1/3 bottle


After injection of the virus, a test subject may
experience some or all of the following symptoms:
- Sweating, labored breath, delirium and/or
confusion.
After being administered, the virus will recognize
and adapt to the test subject's DNA. During that
time, the virus will enter a state of dormancy.
If it is unsuccessful in adapting to the subject's
DNA, it will begin to assimilate organic matter from
its immediate environment in order to fuel its
growth.
The immediate vicinity around an unsuccessful adaption
is extremely volatile. Researchers should be advised
to evacuate the vicinity of the test subject's
corpse or incinerate it to prevent its spread.
The virus will transform the cells inside the test
subject's body into black leech-like pustules, then
expel them through the skin surface, consuming the
subject completely.
The creature displays only primitive intelligence
and will search for and prey upon organic
matter to fuel its growth. Individually these
pustules are not a threat, but as a collective mass they
become dangerous to other living organisms and will
try to feed on them. Please take extreme caution
when handling the virus.
If the virus does adapt to the test subject's DNA,
you are required to report it to the proper section
immediately.
In the case of rejection of the subject's DNA, or if
there are complications disposing of the corpse,
please contact the section listed on the attached
paper. You will then be instructed on how to deal
with your situation.

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