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    Farthest Frontier Diseases Guide

    It is critical to your success in Farthest Frontier to keep your people healthy, affluent, and wise. Diseases can wreak havoc in your villages, thus it is your responsibility to prevent them. This Farthest Frontier Diseases Guide will teach you everything you need to know about sickness prevention in Farthest Frontier.

    Diseases can afflict anyone, regardless of how clean they are. However, much as in real life, when someone is hurt or exposed to filthy surroundings, the odds of being sick grow enormously.

    Disease: Cause and Prevention

    If you want a detailed description of each Farthest Frontier Disease, their cause, and then precaution, here is a table to guide you through:

    Disease NameCause of DiseaseHow to Prevent it?
    CholeraDrinking contaminated waterDrinking water should be clean and make sure that Compost Yards are collecting waste on time.
    DehydrationLack of water intake caused by little to no water resourcesMake sure there is enough water for the villagers
    DysenteryLack of clean water, mainly drinking waterProvide access to the wells so they don’t have problems with drinking less.
    ExposureLack of firewood, especially in cold weatherMake sure there is enough firewood collected during the winter. Keep an eye on firewood inventory so you can back up firewood when needed.
    Festering WoundTaking damage in combat with an enemy humanDon’t leave wounds untreated. To ensure this doesn’t happen, make Healer’s house and treat the wound immediately.
    Food Poisoning Eating not properly prepared mealPrevent villagers from eating uncooked or spoiled food.
    Foot WoundLack of shoes or cobblerBuild Cobbler shops and increase shoe production. 
    Fractured BoneGetting Injured while workingAs this can’t be prevented, it needs to be healed as soon as possible.
    InfluenzaUnknown, likely random chanceThis disease is likely to happen to a large number of people. For that, keep herbs ready at the Healer’s house.
    RabiesGetting bitten by rabid animalsAvoid getting bitten by animals.
    ScurvyA lack of ascorbic acid, which is typically found in fruitsMake sure all the villagers are getting en
    TetanusLeaving foot wound untreatedDon’t leave wounds untreated. To ensure this doesn’t happen, make Healer’s house and treat the wound immediately.
    TyphoidDirtiness and RatsCreate rat traps. Make sure there is enough soap and that garbage is disposed of on schedule.
    WormsDirtiness and being bare feetCreate rat traps. Make sure there is enough soap and that garbage is disposed of on schedule.

    General Tips to Focus on

    Here are the few general precautions you should take all the time as most diseases come when these are neglected:

    • Make sure you can get enough Wells for every one of your Villagers.
    • Build a Compost Yard and make sure it collects Waste on time.
    • Keep an adequate quantity of firewood on hand in your village throughout all seasons.
    • Build a Rat Catcher once you’ve started collecting grains.
    • Make sure your Villagers are wearing shoes from a Cobbler.
    • Avoid fighting with animals that could carry rabies
    • Prevent villagers from fighting humans who could inflict Festering Wounds.

    With everything in order, you can prevent many diseases. With that, it’s a wrap on Farthest Frontier Diseases Guide. We’ve also covered the Farming, Combat, and Trading guide for Farthest Frontier so do check them out too.

    Izna Anjum
    Izna Anjum
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