Neutralizers are the BioCosmos’ first line of attack against infections that have invaded the body through a cut or bruise. These automatons are like kamikazes, attacking enemies without the slightest thought of their own survival; indeed, if they succeed, they won’t survive. They are creatures of pure instinct driven by a single impulse: destroy invaders.
Abundant and expandable, they attack enemies en masse, using their amoeboid bodies to enclose them in a fatal embrace. When this happens, acidic enzymes are released that reduce neutralizer and foe alike to genetic soup, which is then
reabsorbed by the living Cosmos.
In the BioCosmos, nothing goes to waste.
However, not all invading life forms are susceptible to the Neutralizers. Viruses are quick to escape their attack, and as for bacteria, some strains are more advanced. Through millennia of evolution, some bacteria have evolved to become shielded by an organic coat that is immune to the Neutralizers dissolving enzymes.