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Oh the fire, the burn, the bacteria!
At this time, the exposed skin is a war zone, the good guys of the immune system, verses the bacterial forces.
The evil bacteria quickly go to work, killing the innocent cells. This act of war isn't unnoticed and activity around the insertion point is increased. Many basic ground troops are deployed (monocytes and neutrophils). The area becomes red hot with all of the action (inflammation).
With the help of B cells, the new T cells engulf the bacteria (phagocytosis). The battle quickly ends and the body is victorious.
Now that the bacteria is defeated, the Model 291 is put into the armory (like a statis) and the body is safe. After this, the process of healing the burn begins, however, our brave immune system did an amazing job of killing the enemy in a timely manner
The ground troops kill the weakest enemies, but the strongest remain. Many troops die in the process but a few messenger cells escape to call for backup and will help identify the enemy later.
Once the messenger reaches headquarters, the military, scientist, and him all work together to develop a plan. The current strategy is to develop and deplay a new weapon, the Killer T Model 291
Our technicians in the bone marrow and thymus will manufacture a new killer cell with this information!
Killer T Models 0-290 will not work, we need a new model!
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