Condition 7
rating: 0+x

Effects: Pulmonary Edema

Description: Whopper Tumors are corrosion effects that are scattered all over the backrooms. They are extremely hard to find and can be classified depending on the severity. They are harmful to the body and can impact on the wanderer's agility. The tumors are cryosalt present and can explode when interact too harshly.

Whopper Tumor Stage 1 The tumor forms when too much corrosion is compressed against a certain cryosalt. It gives off a foul odore and are no longer than 30-100cm each. They are dark purple and sometimes fall from the ceiling. Stage 1 tumors are removable as they are not concreted to the ground. At this point, the wanderer can only get a harmless cough. When they touch it, their skin might turn red
Whopper Tumor Stage 2 The tumor has grown to 1-2 meter in size and the substance the tumor contains will leak open and the substance is extremely harmful to the respiratory organs. It creates a squishing sound and it is an even darker shade of purple. It sometimes burn the floors and can cause disrupted breathing
Whopper Tumor Stage 3 The tumor will harden and stage 3 tumors can be found on walls. They can move a little and anytime can leak and explode into Stage 1 tumors. Stage 3 tumors have a pink core stimulated in the middle. The tumor will harden in such a way that it is difficult to remove it. The tumor will cause difficulty breathing and the particles of the stage three tumor will clog up the nose. Stage 3 tumor are often on walls and ceilings, covering up to 8-30 meters.
Whopper Tumor Stage 4 The final stage of the tumor. There are only 4 allocated stage 4 whopper tumors in the backrooms. 2 in level 9, 1 in level 0 and 1 in level 11 destroyed zone. Stage 4 tumors are held together by tenticle like structures that support them in the air. The tumor has a pink core and a purple shell. Also, it is more than 70 meters wide in terms of length. Any life within a 10 meter radius are known to succumb to pulmonary edema. Unfortunately there is no way of removing the stage 4 tumor.
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