Parasitic Paint

Parasitic Paint

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Entity Classification

Aggressiveness 0/5 Parasitic Paint is extremely acidic to specific human tissues e.g., epithelial tissue, nervous tissues, and muscle tissues.
Frequency 5/5 Parasitic Paint is most commonly found in wet, damp or moldy areas, however it can be found elsewhere.
Intelligence 0/5 "N/A"
Pritoria Index 1.667/5 Parasitic Paint is an acidic substance that is commonly found around wet or damp areas. Parasitic Paint can quickly eat away at multiple human tissues.


Parasitic Paint is a type of strange paint that spreads throughout the walls of a level. We do not currently know what this paint is made of. The color of the paint seems to vary between levels and areas. The currently recorded variations of colors of Parasitic Paint are crimson, dark orange, lemon yellow, dark blue, grey, and beige.

Entities can also be affected by Parasitic Paint at the point of contact, but it does not have the same effects as it does to human tissues. Instead, it turns the entity to a point of hostility. These entities are extraordinarily dangerous compared to their original counterparts. They are always in an aggravated state and are frequently on the hunt. Previously passive entities become aggressive as well.


Parasitic Paint spreads across walls in a way similar to that of bacterial colonies. When Parasitic Paint comes in contact with human tissue, it will begin to spread all throughout the body from the point of contact. It will quickly eat away at these tissues. This can take only a couple of hours to a day or two; it depends on sanitation. If you can make it to medical attention fast enough, the parts of your body affected by this entity will be removed or treated. If you do not, it will eat away at you, leaving behind nothing but bones, cartilage, veins, arteries, tendons, and organs. Parasitic Paint is not attracted to any living organism in particular but does spread across drywall, concrete, brick, wood, and other paints. It does not spread to floors or over lights. It is contagious.


Parasitic Paint is a paint of varying colors. It is usually found in splotches around particularly moldy areas. It is an extremely acidic substance when in contact with specific living organism tissue. Although it is referred to as Parasitic Paint, it is not a living organism like all parasites. It moves around in coordinated ways but is not fully sentient.

Warm colors and cold colors of Parasitic Paint have different uses. Warm colors can be peeled off. These peeled off parts can be mixed with Almond Water to make a new liquid. This liquid is similar to liquid nitrogen in its properties. This has many uses. Cold colors are melted into a liquid used as a defense against entities and enemy factions. Mixing flakes of warm and cold and then mixing it in Almond Water makes a new type of liquid that can kill neutral-colored paint.


Parasitic Paint was discovered after many reports of a "change in wall color." These were investigated and brought to a conclusion.

Survival Guide

It has been advised that you do not touch this paint without proper protective gear. If you do, it is recommended that you immediately pour a mixture of Almond Water, disinfectant, and antibiotics on the infected area. This will allow enough time to completely remove it. In some circumstances, it is too far gone, and amputation may be necessary. The decontamination process varies between colors. Warm colors are to be frozen off. This dulls their effects and allows for it to be peeled off. Cold colors are to be burned off. Neutral colors can be killed by a mixture of warm colors and cold colors mixed with Almond Water. Decontaminating an area improperly can cause it to get stronger. If gone unchecked for an extended period, the previously mentioned tissues will begin to decay. This decay causes black ooze and blood to start leaking out of the affected area; the skin then turns black and starts falling off.

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