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Basic Life Functions



If a character is in an environment that suits their requirements they function normally. As the environment becomes more and more hostile, they are penalised, by increasing difficulties. For example: An elite athlete, used to low altitudes, trying to sprint at a high altitude. At a certain stage the environment starts becoming toxic and will eventually cause permanent harm possibly leading to death.


Describes short term requirements to keep the life functions.


Describes the medium term requirements to keep the life functioning.


Describes the environmental requirements to keep the life functioning.


Describes the outputs of the breathing and eating functions after processing.


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