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Dr. Guy Carson receives a prestigious position working on flu vaccines at [=GeneDyne=]'s Mount Dragon Remote Desert Testing Facility in New Mexico. But as he settles into the isolation of his new home, things seem to be off. Coworkers begin acting strangely... even violently. Has there been a contamination? Or is something more sinister going on? Then there are the rumors of treasure in the desert...

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Dr. Guy Carson receives a prestigious position working on flu vaccines at [=GeneDyne=]'s Mount Dragon Remote Desert Testing Facility in New Mexico. But as he settles into the isolation of his new home, things seem to be off. Coworkers begin acting strangely... even violently. Has there been a contamination? Or is something more sinister going on? Then there are the rumors of treasure in the desert...



* {{Tsundere}}: Susana Cabeza de Vaca. Insanely proud of her royal heritage and her genius, she almost immediately shows dislike for the main character, [[BelligerentSexualTension who dislikes her right back]], and most of the sideplot are the two slowly growing closer and closer, grudgingly respecting each other and, of course, slowly growing attracted.

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* {{Tsundere}}: Susana Cabeza de Vaca. Insanely proud of her royal heritage and her genius, she almost immediately shows dislike for the main character, [[BelligerentSexualTension who dislikes her right back]], and most of the sideplot are side plot is the two slowly growing closer and closer, grudgingly respecting each other and, of course, slowly growing attracted.


Dr. Guy Carson receives a prestigious position working on flu vaccines at GeneDyne's Mount Dragon Remote Desert Testing Facility in New Mexico. But as he settles into the isolation of his new home, things seem to be off. Coworkers begin acting strangely... even violently. Has there been a contamination? Or is something more sinister going on? Then there are the rumors of treasure in the desert...

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Dr. Guy Carson receives a prestigious position working on flu vaccines at GeneDyne's [=GeneDyne=]'s Mount Dragon Remote Desert Testing Facility in New Mexico. But as he settles into the isolation of his new home, things seem to be off. Coworkers begin acting strangely... even violently. Has there been a contamination? Or is something more sinister going on? Then there are the rumors of treasure in the desert...

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Dr. Guy Carson receives a prestigious position working on flu vaccines at GeneDyne's Mount Dragon Remote Desert Testing Facility in New Mexico. But as he settles into the isolation of his new home, things seem to be off. Coworkers begin acting strangely... even violently. Has there been a contamination? Or is something more sinister going on? Then there are the rumors of treasure in the desert...

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* AnimalTesting: The genetically engineered viruses are tested on chimpanzees kept in an area called "The Zoo." Most of them die horrible deaths from the experiments.


* Tsundere: Susana Cabeza de Vaca. Insanely proud of her royal heritage and her genius, she almost immediately shows dislike for the main character, [[BelligerentSexualTension who dislikes her right back]], and most of the sideplot are the two slowly growing closer and closer, grudgingly respecting each other and, of course, slowly growing attracted.

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* Tsundere: {{Tsundere}}: Susana Cabeza de Vaca. Insanely proud of her royal heritage and her genius, she almost immediately shows dislike for the main character, [[BelligerentSexualTension who dislikes her right back]], and most of the sideplot are the two slowly growing closer and closer, grudgingly respecting each other and, of course, slowly growing attracted.

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* Tsundere: Susana Cabeza de Vaca. Insanely proud of her royal heritage and her genius, she almost immediately shows dislike for the main character, [[BelligerentSexualTension who dislikes her right back]], and most of the sideplot are the two slowly growing closer and closer, grudgingly respecting each other and, of course, slowly growing attracted.


* EyeScream: Vanderwagon puts his own eye out with a fork [[spoiler:after he's driven insane by [=PurBlood=]]].

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* EyeScream: Vanderwagon puts his own eye out with a fork [[spoiler:after he's driven insane by [=PurBlood=]]].[=PurBlood=]]].
* ItsTheOnlyWayToBeSure: employed twice:
** It is first described that the Soviets carpet-bombed a biological research facility and the neighboring village to stop an outbreak of a genetically modified organism in the 80s.
** Later, [[spoiler:the underground laboratory at the Mount Dragon complex itself is pumped full of superheated air from the sterilizing units on the surface, turning the whole facility into a canned inferno.]]
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* EyeScream: Vanderwagon puts his own eye out with a fork [[spoiler:after he's driven insane by [=PurBlood=]]].
* MadnessMantra: Poor Alpha!

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* EyeScream: Vanderwagon puts his own eye out with a fork [[spoiler:after he's driven insane by [=PurBlood=]]].
* MadnessMantra: Poor Alpha!
[=PurBlood=]]].


''Mount Dragon'' is a novel by [[Literature/AgentPendergast Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child]] first published in 1996.

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''Mount Dragon'' is a novel by [[Literature/AgentPendergast Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child]] first published in 1996.1996.

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!!This novel provides examples of:
* EyeScream: Vanderwagon puts his own eye out with a fork [[spoiler:after he's driven insane by [=PurBlood=]]].
* MadnessMantra: Poor Alpha!


''Mount Dragon'' is a novel by [[Literature/AgentPendergast Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child]] first published in 1996.

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!!Provides Examples Of:

* AntiVillain: Despite using his entire staff as guinea pigs and selling bioweaponry to more unscrupulous members of the US Military, he believes what he's doing is crucial to the human race.
* GodwinsLaw
* TheVirus
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''Mount Dragon'' is a novel by [[Literature/AgentPendergast Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child]] first published in 1996.

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!!Provides Examples Of:

* AntiVillain: Despite using his entire staff as guinea pigs and selling bioweaponry to more unscrupulous members of the US Military, he believes what he's doing is crucial to the human race.
* GodwinsLaw
* TheVirus
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1996.


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* AntiVillain: Despite using his entire staff as guinea pigs and selling bioweaponry to more unscrupulous members of the US Military, he believes what he's doing is crucial to the human race.



* AntiVillain: Despite using his entire staff as guinea pigs and selling bioweaponry to more unscrupulous members of the US Military, he believes what he's doing is crucial to the human race.
* TheVirus

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* AntiVillain: Despite using his entire staff as guinea pigs and selling bioweaponry to more unscrupulous members of the US Military, he believes what he's doing is crucial to the human race.
* TheVirus
TheVirus
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* AntiVillain: Despite using his entire staff as guinea pigs and selling bioweaponry to more unscrupulous members of the US Military, he believes what he's doing is crucial to the human race.


* Godwin'sLaw

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* Godwin'sLawGodwinsLaw


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!!Provides Examples Of:Of:

* Godwin'sLaw
* TheVirus

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