...Who Heals Not Herself
Equip TraitWhen healing allied units with less than 50% HP, increases heal amount by 15%
Equip Attribute Bonuses
|During battle, have Sussurro use Deep Healing a total of 6 times (excluding Support Units)|
|Clear Main Theme 4-7 with a 3-star rating; The only Medic Operator that can be deployed is your own Sussurro|
Module DescriptionBased on my grasp of the situation, the Originium crystals present on the Infected by all rights shouldn't be active. The professor and student mentors haven't shown any symptoms—which is to say, ordinary contact with an Infected, and even treatment of them, likely doesn't lead to infection at all.
Which lets me confirm that I was only infected because I made contact with Originium while it was in an active state.
As for the active Originium's origins: Was this region already polluted by Originium?—Unlikely, because the professor and student mentors weren't infected. Was it my contact with Infected blood?—Not impossible.
I can be sure that Infected blood carries traces of active Originium. If so, I need to distinguish whether the areas I contacted at the time were open wounds, how long the contact lasted, the freshness of contacted blood, etc. For all factors.
If there was a wound, fresh blood was contacted, and contact was prolonged, I can hypothesize resultant infection was inevitable; if there was a wound, stale blood was contacted, and contact was brief, would infection occur? This can determine whether or not Originium activity in the blood of Infected wanes as time passes. Also, if there was no wound and fresh blood was contacted; if there was no wound, stale blood was contacted...
Unfortunately, I don't remember the exact circumstances. Actually, I don't even know how I was infected. I was too busy...
But I do remember that before I discovered Originium crystals on my body, I had a fever, headaches, and other symptoms. Right, I was under the impression for a few days that I'd fallen ill from overwork. Now I see it must have been a sort of initial onset of the Oripathy infection. I often hear patients give similar accounts of their own circumstances during diagnosis.
Plus, given a view informed by the critical care of Infected over the past days, my own condition is relatively mild, but I can't be sure of anything without further tests.
That's the best summary I can give for now. If I think of anything else later, I'll add it here.
The professor and mentors are staying here to continue their assignments. Aside from providing some practical accounts of Infected life from the perspective of a doctor, I'm not much help anymore. I'm currently searching for a medical organization that specializes in researching and treating Oripathy. As volunteers in the face of this still-unknown disease, we can't provide very effective care to those who need it most, and there may even be further infections down the line. We need more specialized, in-depth research before we can confront this sickness.
Would such an organization exist?
—Sussurro's diary entry following Oripathy diagnosis