By Moon Lord Marcus Au Raa
09/11/2022 02:55 pm
Updated: 09/11/2022 03:01 pm
As traders continue to enter and exit Ganymede, different species also continue to travel to and from Ganymede. One particular species is a species that is strictly forbidden in Ganymede, for it is terribly hostile, dangerous, venomous, and every other negative thing you can think of! However, that was not the species that was brought into Ganymede. Instead, it was a cute little cat! Little did we know that cat would cause catastrophic damages…
About a week or so after the cat was brought into the city of Name Not Applicable, reporters noticed something very strange. Sales in cupcakes were spiking rapidly. The reporters decided to visit some of the cupcake places in town. They asked the employees what was happening.
”At first, it was just more and more people asking for cupcakes”, said one employee, “but soon, people were going mad if they didn’t get their cupcakes.”
This got people worried, so scientists decided to look further into it. They didn’t find anything to cause this phenomenon, so the people decided to stop looking into it, and thought it was just a trend. However, this opinion changed when people started mutating and becoming half human half monster things that were out for cupcakes, and would do anything to get them.
This forced the government to take action. After 5 days of tracking, scientists found that in all the places that people who had mutated were seen, the “harmless” cat was also seen. So the government took in the cat, and studied it, and found a strange virus in the cat. After looking carefully in the virus, they saw that it would cause similar symptoms than the cupcake virus! The scientists decided to name this disease Mudlictadoxilonysis. The cat was immediately brought to a high security lab, and had the virus removed with lasers.
Finally, the original point of the virus was destroyed, and people were finally calm again. Until they realized that the virus is contagious.
Scientists are working 24/7 to find a cure, but for now Mudlictadoxilonysis continues to rage on in Ganymede.