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EPISODE
Contagion
Attribution
Series: The Next Generation
Written by: Steve Gerber & Beth Woods
Directed by: Joseph L. Scanlan
Production information
Episode no.: 2x11
Production no.: 137
First aired: 20 March 1989
Chronology
Date: 42609.1 (2365)

Contents

Summary

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Characters

Bennett • Wesley CrusherData • Diana Giddings • Geordi La ForgeMiles O'BrienJean-Luc PicardKatherine PulaskiWilliam T. RikerTarisDeanna TroiDonald Varley • Darien Wallace • Williams • Worf, son of Mogh • Wright • Youngblood
Referenced only 
Steven Gerber • Bruce MaddoxMarco Polo • Ramsey

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise (Galaxy-class) • IRW Haakona (D'deridex-class) • USS Yamato (Galaxy-class)

Locations

IconiaRomulan Neutral Zone
Referenced only 
Denius III

Races and cultures

BetazoidHumanKlingonRomulanVulcan

States and organizations

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The Iconian gateway technology returned in the Gateways miniseries.

Timeline

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Previous episode:
The Dauphin
TNG episode produced Next episode:
The Royale
Previous episode:
The Dauphin
TNG episode aired Next episode:
The Royale
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
Masks
Pocket Next Adventure:
The Royale
Previous Adventure:
Masks
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Next Adventure:
The Royale

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DC Comics

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Batman: Contagion

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Official Name
Batman: Contagion
Storyline Aliases

Universe

Locations
Gotham City, Babylon Towers

Characters



Titles

Collected
Batman: Contagion
(Trade Paperback)


First appearance
Last appearance

Shadow of the Bat #48

Contents

History

Overview

A mysterious and lethal virus is unleashed on the unknowing inhabitants of Gotham City, causing excruciating pain — and ultimately, death — within 48 hours of contact. Batman, Robin and Nightwing must race to contain the chaos while finding a cure — with the help of unlikely allies Azrael, Huntress, Catwoman and Poison Ivy. The Batman Family has to fight an invisible enemy, which becomes all the more real when Robin gets infected. "Batman: Contagion" leads to the events of "Legacy," and along with "Batman: Cataclysm" sets the stage for "No Man's Land."

Synopsis

Azrael sends Batman a video tape from the Order of St. Dumas. It depicts the gruesome testing of the Apocalypse plague also kniwn as the Clench. Azrael informs Batman the man who sent him the tape, also said someone infected with the disease is heading toward Gotham. Batman finds out that the virus is a variant of a Ebola virus, and heads off to a military base for more information and a cure. Robin meanwhile tracks their disease carrier. As it turns out it is Daniel Maris, is ignorant that he is infected. At the wealthy condominium of Babylon Towers he warns of the coming disease. He finds out he has the disease and orders all personal out. Unfortunately Maris infected his pilot, who leaves. Batman is unable to get help from the police, due to the outgoing mayor Armand Krol's scheme to avenge Gotham for his defeat in the election. Krol replaced both James and Sarah Gordon with his own man Andrew Howe. Batman locates the lead General of project in quarantine. The General is dying of the disease and says the only possible cure can come from a survivor. Batman and Robin go to Babylon Towers, in their surveillance they find that Maris is dying of the plague and overhear of possible survivors from an outbreak in Greenland. The residents of Bablyon Towers find of Maris' infection and go for a $5,000,00 reward for a survivor for a cure. The Penguin also puts in an offer. Batman orders Robin to find the survivor in Canada. Robin finds the survivor's home but runs into Catwoman trying to collect on the reward. Both are attacked by Tracker. Azrael, sent in by Batman to watch Robin, attacks Tracker and Catwoman. After reaching an understanding. They take the survivor out, who is soon killed by assassins. Robin takes a sample of his blood and returns to Gotham. Catwoman, Tracker and Azrael follow another possible survivor in LA, named Fong. Despite them bargining part of the reward for Fon's cooperation, Fong believing he is immortal commits suicide. There is a an outbreaks across the entire city After Robin returns, Batman creates a possible antidote, and uses Poison Ivy (she is impervious to poisons and toxins) to get it to the residents of Babylon Towers. She blackmails the residents for the "cure". Batman antidote does not work and soon the residents being to die. Meanwhile facing the ineptness of Mayor Krol, who plays down the plague, as well as excessive rioting and looting the frustrated GCPD officers turn to former Commissioner Gordon for leadership. While Batman is with Ivy, Robin and Nightwing help stop the riots. Huntress arrives to save the heroes when cornered by looters. Batman arrives and realizes Ivy is taking far too long. Batman, with risk to his own life enters Babylon Towers, Gordon along with his officers convince some looters to go home, Gordon then follows Batman. The Batsquad are fighting off some looters, when Robin becomes infected. Nightwing takes Tim back to the cave and Huntress alone fights them off. The looters set the Towers on fire. Batman and Gordon stop Ivy, and flee the burning fortress. Tim lies in bed while Alfred keeps watch. The governor sends in the National Guard over Krol's orders and locks down the city. Krol himself is infected. Catwoman tracks a third survivor an Inuit in Miami. After rescuing her, she takes her to Batman. Batman says it's to late to save Gotham. Azrael reviewing the writing of the Order of St. Dumas, finds a cure. He races to the city, and Gotham is cured. The Batsquad work to stop the continuing looting. Mayor-elect Marion Grange has her inauguration moved up, and Krol is ousted. Grange then reinstates Gordon as Police Commissioner.

Issues

  • Shadow of the Bat #48 (Part 1)
  • Detective Comics #695 (Part 2)
  • Robin #27 (Part 3)
  • Catwoman #31 (Part 4)
  • Azrael #15 (Part 5)
  • Batman #529 (Part 6)
  • Shadow of the Bat #49 (Part 7)
  • Detective Comics #696 (Part 8)
  • Catwoman #32 (Part 9)
  • Azrael #16 (Part 10)
  • Robin #28 (Part 11)

Issues

Issues in storyline are unknown.

Paraphernalia

Items: None known.
Vehicles: None known.
Weapons: None known.

Notes

  • "The Batman Chronicles #4" is not officially a part of Contagion, but it is a tie-in issue.
  • The covers to "Azrael #15" and "Catwoman #31" incorrectly state them as respectively parts "4" and "5," although in reality it is the other way around.

Trivia

  • No trivia.

Recommended Reading

  • Batman: Legacy
  • Batman: Cataclysm
  • Batman: No Man's Land

Links and References

  • None.
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Guild Wars

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Skill details
Contagion
Image:Contagion.jpg
Campaign: Nightfall Necromancer
Profession: Necromancer
Attribute: Death Magic
Type: Elite Enchantment Spell
    5 Energy 1 Activation 20 Recharge

Full: For 60 seconds, whenever you suffer from a new condition, all foes in the area suffer from that same condition and you sacrifice 10...6% maximum Health.

Concise: (60 seconds.) Whenever you gain a condition, all foes in the area gain that same condition. You sacrifice 10...6% maximum Health each time this happens.

Contents

Death Magic 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21
 % Health 10 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5 5 4 4 4 3 3

Acquisition

Signet of Capture:

Notes

  • Combines well with Dark Aura.
  • Combines well with skills that cause conditions on yourself to be able to send those controlled to foes. See Self condition inflict skills quick reference for an overview.
  • Consider Signet of Malice with this spell, simply target any enemy who was in the area when you received a condition to remove it again. Another option is Foul Feast, not only does it transfer all the conditions to you but it also helps cover the life sacrifice and could lead to a net gain in energy.
  • When used with Infuse Condition, conditions you receive will be instantly transferred to your closest minion and Contagion will not trigger.

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Marvel Database

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Contagion

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