Sauceback fever split from plent fever when a sauceback ate an infected plent with plent fever. It mutated and developed into sauceback fever. Sauceback fever is a horrible disease that is spread through unsanitary conditions. When saucebacks eat things with poop on them, they can get infected with sauceback fever. Its effects are weakness, stomach pains, chills, delirium, confusion, loss of appetite, vomiting and of course a high fever. If left untreated the infected sauceback can die. The insidious part about it is it can stay dormant in a sauceback systems for days without showing symptoms, thus spreading itself in the sauceback droppings. This disease is common throughout Glicker and only infects the sauceback family.