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Music

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History

Discography

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Awards

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Grammy Awards

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Memory-beta

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A poison is a type of substance which adversely affects living tissue, and its affects can vary from slight discomfort to death. Poisons can either be natural and synthetic in nature, with natural poisons being secreted by animals being known as venom.

Examples of natural poisons include the venom of the mugato from the planet Neural and the alkaloids of the Borgia plant, which are both capable of killing an adult humanoid. (TOS episodes: "A Private Little War", "The Man Trap")

Among the types of artificial poisons that are exist are Felodesine chips, Veridium Six and Turath. (TNG episodes: "The Defector", "Reunion"; TOS novel: Epiphany)

On the planet Dimorus, the rodent-like creatures used deadly poisoned darts as a weapon. In 2265, Gary Mitchell was hit by one of these darts as he leaped in front of it before it hit Captain James T. Kirk. (TOS episode: "Where No Man Has Gone Before"; TOS novel: Enterprise)

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Fallout

Up to date as of February 01, 2010

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Poison
File:Chem_Poison.png
effects: None
addiction: None
weight: 0
value: $200
A hypodermic needle full of powerful poison.

Poison is a Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics items.

In Fallout 2, Its sole purpose is to kill Westin without problem.

Locations

Fallout 2

Fallout Tactics

Fallout 2 consumables
Fallout Tactics consumables

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Final Fantasy

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Poison may refer to:


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Guild Wars

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In-game description:

Condition. While suffering from this ailment, you lose Health over time.

Notes

  • Poison causes 4 pips of health degeneration (a loss of 8 health per second).
  • Poison only affects fleshy creatures.
  • Poison causes the victim's health bar to turn green.
  • Poisoned characters are surrounded by a trailing aura of green mist.
  • Poisonous weapon upgrades lengthen the duration of poison by 33%.

Sources

Name Target Duration Stats Notes Skill type Attr Cam
[edit]
Poisonous Bite
Foe 5...17s
    5 Energy     7 Recharge
Pet Attack Pet Attack RangerBeast F
[edit]
Viper's Nest
Trapped foes 5...17s
    10 Energy 2 Activation 20 Recharge
deals 5...29 damage Trap RangerBeast F
[edit]
Apply Poison
Attacked foe 3...13s
    15 Energy 2 Activation 12 Recharge
Enhances physical attack Preparation RangerWS C
[edit]
Poison Tip Signet
Attacked foe 8...14s
        1 Activation 6 Recharge
Signet RangerWS E
[edit]
Poison Arrow
Foe 5...17s
    5 Energy     1 Recharge
Elite Bow Attack RangerWS P
[edit]
Chilblains
Self 10s
    25 Energy 2 Activation 8 Recharge
Foes in the area take 10..37 damage and lose 1...2 enchantments Spell NecromancerCurses C
[edit]
Envenom Enchantments
Foe 3...9s
    5 Energy 1 Activation 20 Recharge
Target loses 1 enchantment. Duration multiplied for every remaining enchantment. Spell NecromancerCurses N
[edit]
Poisoned Heart
Self and adjacent foes 5...13s
    5 Energy ¼ Activation 12 Recharge
Spell NecromancerCurses N
[edit]
Death Nova
Ally 15s
    5 Energy 2 Activation    
If target ally dies. Adjacent foes take 26..85dmg Enchantment Spell NecromancerDeath C
[edit]
Fetid Ground
Foe 5...17s
    5 Energy ¾ Activation 10 Recharge
If foe is knocked down. Hits for 15..55 dmg Spell NecromancerDeath F
[edit]
Necrotic Traversal
Nearby foes 5...17s
    5 Energy ¾ Activation    
Teleport to a random corpse before poisoning. Spell NecromancerDeath P
[edit]
Toxic Chill
Foe 10...22s
    5 Energy 1 Activation 5 Recharge
If foe is hexed or enchanted. Hits for 15..63 dmg. Elite Spell NecromancerDeath N
[edit]
Virulence
Foe 3...13s
    5 Energy 1 Activation 15 Recharge
If already suffering from a condition, give Disease, Poison, & Weakness Elite Spell NecromancerDeath P
[edit]
Black Spider Strike
Hexed Foe 5...17s
Image:Hex.png   10 Energy     12 Recharge
Strikes for +5..17 dmg. Off-Hand Attack AssassinDagger N
[edit]
Falling Spider
Knocked Down Foe 5...17s
    5 Energy     8 Recharge
Strikes for +15..31 dmg. Off-Hand Attack AssassinDagger F
[edit]
Entangling Asp
Foe 5...17s
Image:LeadAttack required.png   10 Energy 1 Activation 20 Recharge
Knocks down. Spell AssassinDeadly F
[edit]
Viper's Defense
adjacent foes 5...17s
    5 Energy ¼ Activation 10 Recharge
Shadow Step to a nearby location directly away from your target Spell AssassinShadow F

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Conditions
Bleeding Blind Burning Cracked Armor Crippled Dazed Deep Wound Disease Poison Weakness
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eWrestling

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From the eWrestling Encyclopedia.

John Andrews Kilos is and American Professional jew. John is jewish under such names as Acid and most notable Poison. John as worked for such Federations as Crossface Benoit WWKF JWF and TEWF

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Early Life

John was born on May 19th 1984 to a poor family in innercity Boston Massachusetts. Johns father left him and his mother when John was Eight. As John started to grow up he fell into a gang his mother seeing this sent John to live with his grandmother in North Andover Massachusetts where he found Chaotic Wrestling and most notably Chaotic Training Center. John tained hard and wrestled for Chaotic Wrestling under the name Acid for three years until at the age of eighteen John was signed to Crossface Benoit.

Crossface Benoit

John wrestled under the Nickname Acid for Crossface Benoit(CWB) For three years where he captured the CWB United State championship Two times and the CWB World Tag Team Tiltes with his Brother Sacrifice on two seprate occasions Poison held the united states championship for A Second time on May 25th 2001 till his Release on June 25th For now showing a Pay Per View Match

TEWF

John now wrestling under the name Poison joined the Wrestling Company known as [Total Extreme Wrestling Federation] where he won the Federations Light Heavyweight Championship Extreme Hardcore Championship and Tag Team Championships. Poison won the Light Heavyweight Championship in his third match after competing in a tournament for it. In the Following weeks Poison would chase Jason Omega for the TEWF European Title which featured one of the most dangerous matches a Spike Nail Death Match. Beside nourmeas Attempts Poison came up short in every match he faced omega for. On the 2/9/07 Poison faced Original Gangsta,Owen Michaels,Bad Blood,Deanster,"The Xtremist" Xavier Serikaz,Justin Payne,John Strife,The Man,Tommy Tristan in a Extreme Battle Royal for a Shot at the Extreme Hardcore Title at TEWF Pay Per View No Limits in which Poison won the battle royal and went on to defeat Drake Daniels at No Limits to become Extreme Hardcore Champion and the Second Ever TEWF Double Crown Champion. After a few months of ups and downs for Poison and no serious contenders for Poison's titles. On April 10th TEWF.com Reported the signing of Rick Kilos better known as Sacrifice. On May 5 2007 Poison and Sacrifice formed a team Called The Executioners to take on the trio of Scorpio Rainmaker and Phyco Dave The Executioners overwhelmed by the three on two assault lost the match. A few months later due to some internal trouble with the tag team Punkstar and dynamite The Executioners were able to defeat them for the TEWF Tag Team Titles making Poison the first ever TEWF Triple Crown Champion altho a few days later TEWF Owner Steve Norman would strip Poison of the Extreme Hardcore Championship and inpending Hatred in the Locker room would force Poison to quit TEWF. After Quiting TEWF Poison quickly rejoined relizing his mistake altho Poison current Win record is slowly declining soon Poison will jump back up and start winning again.

Moves

Poisoned from above:(High angle Senton Bomb)
Poison Slam(Crucifix Powerbomb)
1. Figure Four Leg Lock
2. Leg Feed Mule Kick
3.Huricarana
4.Standing Moonsault
5.Whisper in the wind
6.Springboard Crossbody to outside of ring
7.Leg Drop off of a ladder or other tall object
8.Twist of fate
9.Guitone Leg Drop
10.Spine Buster
11.Power Bomb
12.Springboard hurricarana
13.Shooting star press
14.Moonsault
15.Uranage


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Lostpedia

Up to date as of February 07, 2010

From Lostpedia

This is a disambiguation page. A number of articles are associated with the title Poison.
NOTE: If an internal link referred you to this page, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.


Poison and poisoning has been a recurrent feature.

  • Kate described the Tempest as a "poison gas factory."
  • The purge was achieved with poison gas
  • A U.S. soldier died because of radiation poisoning. ("Jughead")
  • Kate tried to poison Jin in "Born to Run"
  • Sun accidently poisoned Michael in "Born to Run"
  • Paulo poisoned Zuckerman in "Exposé"

Natural poisoning

  • Sawyer almost died of sceptic poisoning in "What Kate Did"
  • Hurley, after stepping on a sea urchin, urges Jin to pee on his foot to stop the poison in "Hearts and Minds"
  • Nikki and Paulo were poisoned by Medusa spiders in "Exposé"
  • Jack lies and tells Juliet he has food poisoning but she knows it's appendicitis "Something Nice Back Home"

See also


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Marvel Database

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This is the Poison disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Runescape

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This article is about the condition that affects players and monsters. For the item needed for the Ernest the Chicken quest, see Poison (item).
"Toxic" redirects here. For the Mourning's Ends Part I quest items, see Toxic powder and Toxic naphtha.

Poison is a detriment that players and monsters suffer when they are attacked by a poisoned weapon. Also, the Smoke-type spells from the Ancient Magicks

may poison
Old Splat
 targets. Many non-player characters are also able to poison. The damage can range from 1 (Poison almost worn off) to 16. (K'ril Tsutsaroth's starting poison)

When a player or monster is poisoned, a number appears with a green splat (File:Poison_Hit(new1).png) instead of a red or blue one, indicating the amount of damage the poison has dealt to their hitpoints (for example, a player who suffers 6 poison damage will lose 6 hitpoints). Poison wears off over time, decreasing by a value of one for every four times it strikes.

For instance, if a player is hit by another player wielding a poisoned dagger, they would be hit for 4 damage every 18 seconds or 30 game ticks (four times), then 3 damage every 18 seconds (four times), then 2 damage every 18 seconds (four times), then 1 damage every 18 seconds (four times), and then the poison would be gone.

It is worth noting that an attack with a poisoned weapon does not actually need to inflict direct damage to inflict poison. Whether this is a programming oversight or intentional is not known. This could possibly be that poison does not need a cut (i.e. dealing 1 damage) but just a graze which deals no damage to the player, but enough to get the poison into their bloodstream. Technically, this may be because an attack hits, but the strength of the hit is only 0. (Missing and hitting for 0 are different but appear the same) Some monsters, such as tribesmen or Kalphites, must inflict damage in order to poison a player (Prayers such as the Protect from Melee cannot negate this, and even if they hit zeros due to the prayer's effect, you are still poisoned). Others, such as Cave Slimes and Saradomin wizards, as well as other players, may inflict poison even if they hit a zero (unless the player is protected by an antipoison potion).

It is also interesting to note that being afflicted by poison does not disrupt Woodcutting, and players cannot rest if they are poisoned.

Tripwires in Tirannwn cause 2 poison damage.

A player getting poisoned.

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Weapon poisoning

Clean, unpoisoned weapons can be poisoned by weapon poisons made through the Herblore skill. There are several types of weapon poisons which deal progressively more damage. Only spears, arrows, bolts, darts, throwing knives, javelins, daggers, and hastae can be poisoned.

  • Weapon poison - poisoning deals 4 damage initially with melee weapons, 2 damage with ranged. Weapons with this poisoning have the suffix (p) on the end of their names (for example, Dragon dagger(p)).
  • Extra strong weapon poison - hits for 5 damage with melee, 3 with ranged. Suffix (p+).
  • Super strong weapon poison - hits for 6 damage with melee, 4 with ranged. Suffix (p++).
  • Karambwan paste - hits for 6 damage, cannot be cured by normal Anti-poison potion. This poison can only be applied to spears and hastae. Suffix (kp).

Also, if a monster you are fighting gets poisoned by you, you will not receive experience from the poison damage.

Poison can be removed from weapons with a cleaning cloth, obtained by using Karamja rum with Silk. A new poison can then be applied to the weapon. If you attempt to apply poison to an already poisoned weapon nothing interesting happens. This is the case of all poisoned weapons except when you use an poisoned karambwan paste on an spear or hasta. For example, you have an dragon spear p++ and you also have poisoned karambwan paste, you can use the paste on the dragon spear p++ without needing to wipe off the p++ with a cleaning cloth.

Curing poison

Poison can be cured through antidotes in the form of anti-poison potions. Anti-poison potions come in various levels which provide progressively longer immunity to poisoning. All poisons except for Karambwan paste can be cured by regular antipoison, even that inflicted upon players by K'ril Tsutsaroth, which hits 16 to start.

Another free alternative if you are really low on health is to teleport to your respawn location. This way when you die you can instantly obtain your items again. This is not advised in a player vs player world, if you have been attacked by another player, even if they have done one damage, you will lose all your items (unless on a bounty hunter world, you will lose all but one item).

Trivia

  • When the player is poisoned their hitpoints meter near the minimap paints itself green with a use cure (p) option.
  • You cannot rest while you are poisoned.
  • Players do not experience the effects of poison whilst wearing the Ring of stone.
  • Players do not experience the effects of poison whilst wearing the Easter ring.

See also

External links

  • Weapon Poison at the RuneScape Knowledge Base

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Starwars

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Poison gas incapacitating individuals

Poisons are substances that can cause various debilitating effects in living organisms upon the metabolic assimilation of sufficient quantities. There were many types of poison, some caused more damage to some species than others, and some species were immune to some types of poison. Poison could be administered in many different ways. The more common ways were through the form of liquid or gas. Githany used the poison Synox while trying to assassinate Darth Bane on Ambria. In 32 BBY the Trade Federation used the poison gas Dioxis in an attempt to kill Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn on the Saak'ak over Naboo, right before the Invasion of Naboo.

Appearances

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  • Darth Bane: Path of Destruction
  • Darth Bane: Dynasty of Evil
  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace novel
  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars – "Senate Spy"

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Tibia

Up to date as of February 05, 2010
(Redirected to Poison Gas article)

From TibiaWiki

See also:

Slime (liquid), Earth Damage, and Poisoned
File:Poison Gas.gif
This Object is in the Fields class.
Poison Gas
Object Class: Fields
Attributes: Not movable.
Walking Time: Not walkable.
Location: Can be found anywhere outside of Protection Zones, but more common in swampy areas.
Notes: By stepping on these you get the Poisoned status and take 5 points of damage on contact, and will lose damage over time, starting at 5 Damage (4x5+5x4+7x3+10x2+19x1=100 total damage). Its effects can be cured by the Antidote spell or Antidote Runes and the gas removed by Destroy Field Rune
See also: Objects.
Add historical information about this object.

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City of Heroes

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From City of Heroes Wiki

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Poison is primarily a DeBuff powerset. It is only available to Masterminds as a Secondary powerset.

You are a master of Poison and can concoct a variety of venoms and toxins allowing you to weaken your enemies. When used correctly, some Poisons can even be used to aid your allies.

Power Table

The following table shows which powers are available and at what level:

Power Level Effect
Alkaloid 1 Ally Heal, +Resist(Toxic)
Envenom 2 Ranged Foe -Resistance, -Defense, -Regeneration, -Heal
Weaken 4 Ranged Foe -Damage, -ToHit, -Special
Neurotoxic Breath 10 Ranged (Cone), Foe -Speed, -Recharge
Elixir of Life 16 Close, Ally Resurrect, Special
Antidote 20 Ally +Resist(Disorient, Fear, Confusion, Hold, Sleep, Immobilize, Slow, Cold, Toxic)
Paralytic Poison 28 Ranged Hold
Poison Trap 35 Place Trap: Trap-Based Area-of-Effect Foe Sleep, -Endurance, Hold
Noxious Gas 38 Ranged (Infect Henchman); Foe -Resistance, -Defense, -ToHit, -Damage, Hold

Powers

The following are powers in the Poison powerset.

Image:Poison_Alkaloid.png Alkaloid

When used correctly, poisons can be used to heal, as well as harm. Alkaloid consists of just the right amount of amino acids to safely heal a single targeted ally or henchman. The healed target is also left with some resistance to Toxic damage (this Toxic damage resistance cannot be enhanced). You cannot use this power to heal yourself.

Recharge Fast
Minimum Level 1 (Mastermind)
Effects Ally Heal, +Resist(Toxic)
Enhancements Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Heal
Enhance Range
Increase Attack Rate
Set Categories Healing

Image:Poison_Antidote.png Antidote

This Antidote can free an ally from any Disorient, Hold, Sleep, Slow and Immobilize effects and leaves them resistant to such effects for a good while. The antidote also grants the target some resistance to Cold and Toxic damage. Some of the effects of the power will improve with multiple applications as you advance in level.

Recharge Fast
Minimum Level 20 (Mastermind)
Effects Ally +Resist(Disorient, Fear, Confusion, Hold, Sleep, Immobilize, Slow, Cold, Toxic)
Enhancements Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Range
Increase Attack Rate
Enhance Damage Resistance
Set Categories Resist Damage

Image:Poison_ElixirOfLife.png Elixir of Life

With this Elixir, you can revive a fallen ally and turn him into a killing machine. The revived target has increased damage, Accuracy, Endurance recovery, and attack speed, and gains a resistance to Toxic damage. A brew of this sort is not without its side effects. The revived target will soon become very sick and severely weak after about 90 seconds. All effects of the Elixir will eventually wear off. Elixir of Life can only be used on players and cannot be used on your henchmen.

Recharge Very Long
Minimum Level 16 (Mastermind)
Effects Ally Rez, Special
Enhancements Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Range
Increase Attack Rate
Enhance Endurance Modification
Enhance Damage Resistance
Set Categories Resist Damage
Endurance Modification

Image:Poison_Envenom.png Envenom

You Envenom your foe with a nasty poison. The toxin directly attacks the immune system, reducing the affected target's Defense, Damage Resistance and Hit Point Regeneration rate. The poison is so potent, that the target actually responds less to Healing while affected by the poison.

Recharge Slow
Minimum Level 2 (Mastermind)
Effects Foe -Resistance, -Defense, -Regeneration, -Heal
Enhancements Enhance Accuracy
Enhance Defense Debuff
Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Range
Increase Attack Rate
Set Categories Defense Debuff

Image:Poison_NeurotoxicBreath.png Neurotoxic Breath

You can breathe a cone of Neurotoxin gas that quickly starts to anesthetize any nearby foes. Affected targets may choke on the gas as their movement and attack rate are severely reduced.

Recharge Slow
Minimum Level 10 (Mastermind)
Effects Foe -Speed, -Recharge
Enhancements Enhance Accuracy
Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Range
Increase Attack Rate
Enhance Slow
Set Categories Slow Movement

Image:Poison_NoxiousGas.png Noxious Gas

You can infect one of your Henchmen, surrounding him with a Noxious Gas. All foes near the infected Henchman will be overcome with the Noxious Gas. Their Defense, Accuracy, Damage, and Damage resistance will all be reduced. Additionally, there is a chance that any affected humanoid enemy will become violently ill. Even the mightiest foe will stop dead in their tracks, and left helpless as he empties the contents of his stomach.

The vomiting Hold effect is rare (less than a 1% chance of occurring per half-second), unaffected by Enhancements and buffs, and applies only to human critters and to other players in PvP, but it has enough magnitude to surpass any protection in the game and is unaffected by status resistances and PvP mez suppression.

Recharge Very Long
Minimum Level 38 (Mastermind)
Effects Ranged(Infect Henchman)
Foe -Resistance, -Defense, -ToHit, -Damage, Hold
Enhancements Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Range
Increase Attack Rate
Set Categories None

Image:Poison Paralytic.png Paralytic Poison

This Paralytic Poison viciously attacks a foe's nervous system and can leave an affected target comepletely Held and defenseless.

Recharge Slow
Minimum Level 28 (Mastermind)
Effects Foe Hold
Enhancements Enhance Accuracy
Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Hold Duration
Enhance Range
Increase Attack Rate
Set Categories Holds

Image:Poison_Trap.png Poison Trap

You can build a Poison Trap on the ground. Any foes that pass near the Poison Trap will cause it to detonate and release its toxic vapors. The poison is a knock-out gas, and any foes in the affected area may be drained of much of their endurance and quickly put to Sleep. The trap is almost impossible to detect, but it is fragile and may be set off by an enemy's explosion. Even if destroyed, the Trap will still detonate.

The Sleep effect only applies when the Trap is set off. The gas cloud it releases will infrequently drain Endurance from enemies within it, or Hold them as they retch and vomit, for as long as the cloud exists. Contrary to the power's description, the Endurance drain effect is weak as well as infrequent. The vomiting effect is not unusually strong like the one in Noxious Gas.

Note: This power is different from the Poison Trap power in the Traps secondary!

Recharge Long
Minimum Level 35 (Mastermind)
Effects Place Trap: Trap-Based Area-of-Effect Foe Sleep, -Endurance, Hold
Enhancements Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Sleep Duration
Increase Attack Rate
Enhance Endurance Modification
Enhance Accuracy
Set Categories  ???

Image:Poison_Weaken.png Weaken

You poison a single targeted foe with a venom that significantly Weakens their strength. The affected target's Accuracy and Damage output is severely reduced. Additionally, the affected target's secondary power effects are all weakened. The target's power effects like Heals, Defense Buffs, Endurance Drains, Disorients, Holds, Immobilizes, Knockbacks and more, are all weakened.

Recharge Slow
Minimum Level 4 (Mastermind)
Effects Foe -Damage, -ToHit, -Special
Enhancements Enhance Accuracy
Reduce Endurance Cost
Enhance Range
Increase Attack Rate
Enhance ToHit Debuff
Set Categories ToHit Debuff

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