Transcript of Disease (player-owned farm)

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This transcript involves dialogue with the player.

Pressing Cure Disease on an animal[edit | edit source]

Possible "check the head responses"[edit | edit source]

The response will be any of the following

  • The animal keeps making noises at embarrassing moments, making it difficult to investigate.
  • The animal's breath smells oddly like socks.
  • The gums appear to be a little sore.
  • There are some nasty looking marks along the gum line.
  • The animal appears to be suffering from a small fever.
  • The animal coughs in your face.
  • The animal sneezes in your face.
  • The animal's breath smells deeply unpleasant.
  • The animal occasionally mumbles something in a language it can't possibly speak.
  • The animal's breath smells faintly of sulphur.
  • The animal's nose is lumpy, like it's grown warts.
  • There is a faint light deep within the animal's throat.
  • The animal's nose is very dry.
  • The animal refuses to let you see its nose, it seems like the nose is quite sore.
  • The animal's breath smells normal, which is to say horrible.
  • The animal's teeth click in a sinister manner.
  • The gums appear to be healthy.
  • The animal coughs as you try and examine it.
  • The animal coughs loudly in a 'hu hu huuu' style.
  • The animal's breath smells normal.
  • The animal's nose seems fine.
  • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.

Possible "check the eyes responses"[edit | edit source]

The response will be any of the following

  • The animal's eyes seem normal.
  • The animal's eyes are faintly glowing.
  • The animal's eyes are filled with uncharacteristic malice.
  • The animal's eyes seem a little glazed over.
  • The animal's eyes are filled with mirth, more mirth than normal.
  • The animal's eyes keep darting around the place with a sense of wonder.
  • The eyes are a little bloodshot.
  • The animal's eyes are a little bloodshot.
  • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.

Possible "check the legs and feet responses"[edit | edit source]

The response will be any of the following

  • The animal's feet are a little soggy for some reason.
  • The animal's feet are clammy.
  • The animal's feet are very sweaty.
  • The animal's feet are very warm to the touch.
  • The animal's feet are tapping to a strange rhythm. It's unsettling.
  • The animal's legs click as it walks.
  • The animal's legs seem a little stiff.
  • The animal is a little unsteady on its feet.
  • The animal's legs seem fine.
  • The animal's feet are faintly chewed on.
  • The animal's feet seem a little scuffed.
  • The animal's feet seem fine.
  • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.

Possible "check the stomach responses"[edit | edit source]

The response will be any of the following

  • The animal's emissions smell strangely of shoes.
  • The animal's stomach appears to be a little bloated.
  • The animal appears to be suffering from nausea.
  • The animal's stomach is making strange noises, like there's something singing inside there.
  • The animal appears to be shivering, but has no temperature.
  • The animal's body is making a weird clicking noise.
  • The animal coughs regularly.
  • The animal's body is slightly swollen.
  • The animal doesn't appear to be in gastronomic distress.
  • The animal has a bit of gas, but nothing too concerning.
  • The animal seems off its food.
  • You can't seem to spot anything immediately obvious.

Administering treatment[edit | edit source]

If you administered the correct treatment

  • The animal is cured.
  • (Dialogue ends.)

If you administered the wrong treatment

  • You administer the wrong cure to the animal which reduces all of that animal's stats.
  • Player: Hmm, that didn't seem to do the trick.
  • (Shows the previous options.)