If you can access this site, entry into our “28 Days Later” program has been successful.
Initial tests revealed positive results: your blood sample and symptoms reveal the presence of a benign virus cell. Recent tests in the Berkeley region have found excessive growth of this virus locally, albeit in five various forms.
The five strains, independently, show no verifiable side effects or complications, but proximity to a cousin strain has produced, well, results. Exposure to alternative strains leads to immediate mutation of the virus, followed by cessation of blood transport and higher levels of thought.
Reports of undead animation have occurred.
Teams/Safety: Our quarantine process will pair you with those afflicted with the similar strains of the virus. These five teams should stay clear of one another. However, reports have shown you are safe in all Q&A meetings twenty minutes before and after. You are safe at QACon meetings, outside Q&A/Con planning meetings, socials, sib and team hangouts of at least three people (can be of different teams), dorm and apartment rooms (not building or hall), and classrooms for the duration.
Kills: In the event an opposing carrier approaches you, please load up your ammo. Your paper must be crumpled and tossed at their head. The victim will perish only from a headshot. Ensure to write your name, the dead’s name, and a song you would like to play over their grave. Email this information to email@example.com with everything or the kill will not count.
Survive: In the event all other afflicted disease carriers are terminated, your team will be released from quarantine. Additionally, any violence involving kills (dragging people, painful grabbing) or disruption (damaging someone’s reputation at work or a professional event) will solicit disqualification. The program is not above personal safety.
Evolution: As the virus is in primordial youthful stage, please constantly check out our website for additional rules and proceedings. Death does not always mean the end, and research developments may occur.
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