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Vampirism Virus
Vampirism Virus
  • Conservation Status: Invasive
  • Group: Group V ((−)ssRNA)
  • Order: Draculaavirales
  • Family: Draculaaviridae
  • Genus: Draculavirus
  • Specialty: Infectious disease
  • Symptoms: Dislike of sunlight, vampirism, immortality
  • Complications: Loss of blood
  • Usual onset: 1 day to 1 week post exposure
  • Causes: Victims of the virus to become vampires (formerly fictional creatures) and try to spread Draculavirus by biting other victims in their necks/shoulders to suck blood
  • Diagnostic method: Finding the virus, viral RNA, or antibodies in blood, not with any historical or modern medicines, however
  • Differential diagnosis: Dracumorphavirus, Vampirlera, etc
  • Prevention: Coordinated medical services, avoid getting bitten by any vampires
  • Treatment: Supportive care
  • Prognosis: 85-100% mortality, but then transforms into an immortal vampire
VAMPIRES

The Vampirism Plague Virus (VV), scientifically referred to as Draculaviruses, is an intricately detailed viral hemorrhagic fever affecting Homo sapiens sapiens and Dylanus dylanus. This ultra-hyper-realistic portrayal removes the conventional weaknesses associated with vampires, such as sensitivity to sunlight or UV radiation, presenting a scenario that aligns with scientific accuracy.

Virus Characteristics[]

The Vampirism Plague Virus manifests as a viral hemorrhagic fever with symptoms appearing between 1 day and 1 week after contracting the virus through a vampire bite. The transmission occurs when vampires, whether always vampires or former humans or dylanuses, bite humans and/or dylanuses on their shoulders or necks while extracting blood. The realism of the virus's impact lies in the onset of symptoms, where individuals may experience internal and, rarely, external bleeding due to low blood pressure from fluid loss. These symptoms typically manifest 2 to 3 days after initial exposure.

Transmission[]

The virus spreads exclusively through vampire bites. Once bitten, the person or dylanus may succumb to the virus, experiencing bleeding and other symptoms. Upon death, a remarkable transformation occurs within a timeframe of 1 minute to 1 day, with the deceased individual returning as an immortal vampire. This intricate portrayal avoids defying known biological principles and adheres to the concept of the transformed individual becoming a permanent carrier of the virus.

Immortality and Carrier State[]

Upon reanimation as a vampire, the individual attains immortality, with no weaknesses linked to sunlight or other external factors. The heightened scientific accuracy of this depiction aligns with the notion that the virus induces a state of perpetual existence. Those transformed into vampires become permanent carriers of the Vampirism Plague Virus, contributing to the ongoing transmission cycle.

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