FANDOM


m (fixed misspelling of oblongata and recorded)
Line 47: Line 47:
   
 
:After oral administration, Type 2 rends the
 
:After oral administration, Type 2 rends the
:esophagus and moves first to the medulla abilongata,
+
:esophagus and moves first to the medulla oblongata,
 
:then to the brain proper, and and finally the spinal
 
:then to the brain proper, and and finally the spinal
 
:cord. Once it has taken hold of the central nervous
 
:cord. Once it has taken hold of the central nervous
Line 53: Line 53:
   
   
:Under a laboratory setting, we recordered complete
+
:Under a laboratory setting, we recorded complete
 
:control of a host within ten seconds of
 
:control of a host within ten seconds of
 
:administration of Type 2.
 
:administration of Type 2.

Revision as of 16:29, October 7, 2011

As stated in earlier documentation on the subject,
the original Las Plagas parasite was discovered in
an isolated area in Europe. Upon maturation in a
host, the parasite quickly replaces the host's will
and self-awareness, rendering them highly
susceptible to control by another.


It was this aspect of Las Plagas that meant one so
inclined could create obedient subjects who would
obey directives without question. With obvious
commercial application possibilities, Las Plagas
quickly came under review by interested parties.


The problem with commercializing Las Plagas was the
time discrepancy between initial infection and when
the hosts were rendered susceptible to control.


The time between when Las Plagas is administered to
the host as an egg and the time when it fully
matures and attaches itself to the control nervous
system was met with negative criticism.


The maturation cycle of Las Plagas is relatively
bred, but potential customers wishing for more
expedient results.


With this in mind, research was undertaken to
improve Las Plagas. The final result of this
research becoming Type 2 Plagas.


Type 2 Plagas differs from its predecessor in that
it is administered in its mature state, and from
that point the host can almost immediately be
controlled.


Type 2 is administered orally, or more specifically,
it is forced into the mouth of the host. It's an
indelicate method, but it's also the most effective.


After oral administration, Type 2 rends the
esophagus and moves first to the medulla oblongata,
then to the brain proper, and and finally the spinal
cord. Once it has taken hold of the central nervous
system, the host can be controlled.


Under a laboratory setting, we recorded complete
control of a host within ten seconds of
administration of Type 2.


Aside from the reduced infection time, the Type 2
Plagas appeared to share all of the characteristics
of the original Las Plagas, which made it more than
suitable for commercialization.


All that remains now is to simulate field data
from the Kijuju Autonomous Zone.


Listed below are the three key experiments for
evaluation of Type 2:


1. Infection
Administer Type 2 samples to 10 previously infected
individuals and observe the rate at which they
spread the infection. These 10 test subjects must
be given enough Type 2 to create measurable
results.


2. Control
Observe to what extent the barbaric behavior induced
by the Plagas can be controlled. This will be
ascertained by witnessing the results of the
directive to engage the BSAA operatives within the
area.


3. Fighting
Accumulate data on Type 2 in combat. Type 2 hosts
will battle BSAA operatives deployed in the area.


This experiment will be the last stage for
evaluating the effectiveness of Type 2 Plagas.

Template:RE5 Files

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.