A reupload of the ever-elusive Black Widow mod for Jill.

I have restored Jill's default face texture on the original model and also created sixteen different faces with various eyes and makeup. Moreover, I have created a recolour for this outfit, take a look below!

 Credit for this mod goes to the original author, whoever they are. I have not obtained permission from the author to repost or remake this mod.



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Behold, Lucifernum. The focus of Excella's latest experiments.

Lactodectus karrooensis was her host organism of choice, a venomous spider. Excella was knowledgeable about the research previously conducted with the T-Virus and spiders, however, she knew that replicating these experiments was not feasible; most hosts did not react to infection well and were largely aggressive and unstable organisms that could easily be detected. She wanted to test the possibilities of developing an agent that couldn't be easily seen, a weapon that would provide a cleaner method of eliminating targets. Excella was weary of the attention her division would get with such raucous methods of biowarfare.

Her experiments quickly revealed that the sex of the host spider had a marked effect on the response to infection. Specifically, females with fertilized eggs had a unique and remarkable effect to the virus. After ingesting vectorized cicadas, mother spiders would become hypervigilant; their chelicerae dripping with a viscous liquid. Testing of this liquid revealed it to be saliva, highly concentrated in α-latrotoxin and digestive enzymes. Moreover, the size of the mother's head was greatly increased, a later dissection unveiled that this was caused by a considerable increase in the size of the poison glands. The secretions from these enlarged glands were a cocktail of toxins and atypical, unidentified protein ligands. While these results were interesting, even more captivating were the changes observed in the progeny of the infected mother spiders.

Excella dubbed this novel latrotoxin, "Lucifernum."

The zoonotic capabilities of the Progenitor virus are truly marvelous, and its effects on the wide range of hosts it infects have been the pinnacle of numerous covert studies. With the control of Tricell's bioweapon division in Excella's hands, a new focus had been put on the weaponization of secondary agents, like venoms. Africa, rich in venom-producing animals, seemed like the obvious place for her to start studying the effects of Progenitor virus infection on the creation and action of these agents.

93% of the progeny had misshapen poison glands, a genetic analysis of the coding region responsible for mid-stage embryonic production of these glands demonstrated that fragments of Progenitor's genome were ligated into it. The mechanism of this ligation is currently unknown, however, it was found that the salivary secretions of the progeny, while containing latrotoxins, were rich in the aforementioned ligands. The difference being that these ligands were attached to a majority of the latrotoxins, greatly changing the tertiary structures of them, mostly, introducing more sheet structures and detracting from the tetrameric pore regions. These modified toxins accumulate in the poison sacs and were found to be rapidly taken up into the bloodstream during sympathetic response. This mechanism is anomalous and needs to still be elucidated, all that is known is that this response causes hypervigilance, increased alertness, speed, and a reduction to painful stimuli response.

Excella eagerly purified salivary extracts and created an injectable suspension of the modified latrotoxins; the only question in her mind at that point was how these proteins affected humans. She discovered that the toxins were mostly unreactive when injected into an uninfected host, being cleared from the bloodstream quickly; only in Progenitor-infected individuals did the proteins have an effect, an effect identical to those observed in the progeny. Excella discovered that somatic cells from a desired host infected with the Progenitor genome were able to be injected in conjunction with the toxin to illicit a favourable response