The Egghead status effect is inflicted by the Egg Burdened . If they are able to grab the player, a Vile Maggot will pop out of an egg and latch onto the player's head. Another way to acquire this effect is by making contact with a Maggot's Spray attack a few times. In a short while the status effect will become apparent after the player's head begins to itch. Eggheads cannot wear a helmet and will become less resistant to fire. The amount of souls gained is split 50/50 between the player character and the Egg. Once player loses 100,000 souls to the Egg, it will grow and replace the kick with a Vile Maggot attack, which causes small damage and heavy knock back. The only means of a cure is to consume an Egg Vermifuge .
When managers aren't adequately trained, it affects the entire company. A manager who is new to his role needs training in how to manage people, delegating work, resolving conflicts between employees, motivating his staff, and adapting to changes within the company. Employees look to management to solve these issues and become disillusioned when it is lacking. Their morale dips and they don't care as much about their work or productivity. Very often, the employees leave the company, while the ineffective manager stays on, but still doesn't receive the training that could help him evolve into an excellent supervisor.
Successful tourism relies on establishing a basic infrastructure, such as roads, visitor centers and hotels. The cost of this usually falls on the government, so it has to come out of tax revenues. Jobs created by tourism are often seasonal and poorly paid, yet tourism can push up local property prices and the cost of goods and services. Money generated by tourism does not always benefit the local community, as some of it leaks out to huge international companies, such as hotel chains. Destinations dependent on tourism can be adversely affected by events such as terrorism, natural disasters and economic recession.