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14th Dec '17 2:31:07 AM Silverblade2
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** Another ''Batman'' villain, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, was a prodigy at this. In both the [[Film/{{Batman}} 1989 movie]] and the [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries animated series]], he developed "binary compounds" by which he could succeed in murdering victims with the ''second'' exposure, thus appearing not to have been directly responsible for their deaths. The man's chemistry skill is such he can create incredibly toxic compounds out of nothing but the contents of a janitor's closet.

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** Another ''Batman'' villain, SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, ComicBook/TheJoker, was a prodigy at this. In both the [[Film/{{Batman}} 1989 movie]] and the [[WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries animated series]], he developed "binary compounds" by which he could succeed in murdering victims with the ''second'' exposure, thus appearing not to have been directly responsible for their deaths. The man's chemistry skill is such he can create incredibly toxic compounds out of nothing but the contents of a janitor's closet.



* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': The inevitable showdown between the RoguesGallery's two master poisoners occurred in "Harley and Ivy", when SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker came looking for Harley Quinn after she had [[AmbiguouslyGay gone to live with Poison Ivy]]. Joker had his goons grab Ivy and sprayed a mist from his poisonous lapel flower in her face. Ivy was completely immune.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'': The inevitable showdown between the RoguesGallery's two master poisoners occurred in "Harley and Ivy", when SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker ComicBook/TheJoker came looking for Harley Quinn after she had [[AmbiguouslyGay gone to live with Poison Ivy]]. Joker had his goons grab Ivy and sprayed a mist from his poisonous lapel flower in her face. Ivy was completely immune.
8th Oct '17 10:30:03 AM Lopiny
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* ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' has the Venenum assassins in the background; unlike some of their more overt operatives, they work behind the scenes, poisoning high-priority targets before the battles can begin, with good training in stealth and such a devastating array of poisons they can kill ''anything'', even daemons, with the right toxin in their injector/the target's tools or meals.
13th Sep '17 12:43:57 PM Triscon42
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* Sucy of ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' is supposedly a general potions specialist, but all we really see her do is make poisons. And she is ''very'' good at it.

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* Sucy of ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' is supposedly a general potions specialist, but all we really see her do is make poisons. And she is ''very'' good at it.it; in the OVA, one of her concoctions turned it's victim to into [[ImMelting a pile of goo]], which then melted through the solid stone floor!
--> ''(creepy giggle) "I guess it was a little too strong."''
30th Aug '17 3:14:06 AM Iaculus
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' features Magellan, warden of the impenetrable prison Impel Down and a PoisonousPerson who has entirely mastered his powers. Among other things, he's learned to secrete such a diverse array of poisons that it's impossible for any living being to be immune to all of them (including him - his DramaPerservingHandicap is that the poisonous food he ingests to diversify his arsenal does a real number on his stomach).

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' features Magellan, warden of the impenetrable prison Impel Down and a PoisonousPerson who has entirely mastered his powers. Among other things, he's learned to secrete such a diverse array of poisons that it's impossible for any living being to be immune to all of them (including him - his DramaPerservingHandicap DramaPreservingHandicap is that the poisonous food he ingests to diversify his arsenal does a real number on his stomach).
30th Aug '17 3:12:39 AM Iaculus
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' features Magellan, warden of the impenetrable prison Impel Down and a PoisonousPerson who has entirely mastered his powers. Among other things, he's learned to secrete such a diverse array of poisons that it's impossible for any living being to be immune to all of them (including him - his DramaPerservingHandicap is that the poisonous food he ingests to diversify his arsenal does a real number on his stomach).
5th Aug '17 5:27:25 PM totoofze47
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* Smog from ''Manga/{{Assassination Classroom}}'' specializes on poisoning people. He is obsessed with a quality of his poisons and makes all of them himself, in his own laboratory. On top of regular posions he is able to create deadly artificial viruses and can tailor their effects for various situations - [[spoiler:like virus, that makes target appear seriously sick, but becomes inactive after a few hours, leaving only minor damage.]] His talents works even beyond the poisons - for example he create higly effective nutrients.

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* Smog from ''Manga/{{Assassination Classroom}}'' Classroom}}'':
** Professional hitman Somg
specializes on poisoning people. He is obsessed with a quality of his poisons and makes all of them himself, in his own laboratory. On top of regular posions he is able to create deadly artificial viruses and can tailor their effects for various situations - [[spoiler:like virus, that makes target appear seriously sick, but becomes inactive after a few hours, leaving only minor damage.]] His talents works even beyond the poisons - for example he create higly effective nutrients. nutrients.
** Manami Okuda is a master poisoner in-training; she's very good in science in general, and uses that talent in the class to make poisons to try and kill Koro-sensei. However, her delivery needs serious work: her introduction has her ''politely ask'' Koro-sensei to drink her poison. In the epilogue, [[spoiler:she and Takebayashi use their scientific talents to develop universal artificial blood]].
3rd Jul '17 8:15:49 AM Alia_of
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* In ''Literature/ThreeDarkCrowns'' there are people with different types of gifts. One of them is poisoners' gift, which makes its owner immune to all types of poison. Naturally, many poisoners are also masters of creating poisons, especially the infamous Arron family.
27th Jun '17 8:10:46 AM BeerBaron
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** In the series' lore, the Kota-Vimleel tribe of [[LizardFolk Argonians]] are esteemed alchemists known for creating the most deadly poisons in all of Tamriel.
26th Jun '17 9:36:58 AM Spanks
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* Salandit and its evolution Salazzle in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' are Poison/Fire type Pokemon with the unique ability "[[PoisonIsCorrosive Corrosive]]", which allows them to poison ''all'' Pokemon, even Steel-Types and other Poison Types, both of which are normally [[NoSell immune]] to the Poison status.
25th Jun '17 12:19:18 AM CashSloth
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* Assassin of Red, a.k.a Semiramis, of ''LightNovel/FateApocrypha''. Her Noble Phantasm, Sikera Ušum: Arrogant King's Alcohol, allows her to create a plethora of terrifyingly deadly poisons while inside her fortress.
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