Forever Skies: Viruses – List and Treatment Options

This is a guide for Forever Skies with tips on how to deal with viruses. Here, you will learn about the different types of viruses, how they spread, their side effects, and the remedies available to counteract their negative impact.

Viruses are a major threat in Forever Skies, but by reading the following pages, you can learn how to protect yourself from them as well as how to treat them.

This page is currently a work in progress, and we will update it further once the full version of the game is released.

  • Resistance
  • Photophobia

Resistance

In Forever Skies, you can catch various diseases caused by different viruses. While some diseases will disappear on their own over time, others require treatment. You won\’t get sick immediately after exposure to a virus; instead, the circle in the lower left corner indicates your current resistance level. However, even with a full bar, you won\’t have 100% resistance. Your resistance level is also a factor in other bars such as energy, health, hunger, and thirst.

Photophobia

Photophobia causes damage when you look at bright light, including the sun.

Name

Cause

Treatment

Symptoms

Photophobia

Sunmelon

Lecithin (Lobster Chilli, Boiled Moth)

Sensitivity to light – loss of health on contact

FAQ

What are some common viruses?

There are many different types of viruses that can affect humans, including the common cold, the flu, herpes, HIV, and hepatitis. The symptoms and severity of these viruses can vary widely, from mild cold-like symptoms to life-threatening illnesses. Other viruses that are less common but can still be dangerous include the Ebola virus, Zika virus, and SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19).

What are some treatments for viral infections?

There are several different approaches to treating viral infections, depending on the specific virus and the severity of the symptoms. Some antiviral medications can be effective against certain viruses, such as acyclovir for herpes or oseltamivir for the flu. Other treatments may focus on managing symptoms, such as using pain relievers or decongestants for the common cold. In some cases, the best course of action may be to simply rest and wait for the virus to run its course. Vaccines can also be an effective way to prevent viral infections from occurring in the first place.

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