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22nd Aug '17 8:22:21 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Film/UnderworldBloodWars'', Varga slashes Selene with a knife laced with nightshade, which paralyzes her for a while.
9th Aug '17 5:14:12 AM Daedalis
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* Utro the Needle of ComicBook/RedSonja smears dung on his daggers to turn scratches into lethal infections.
30th Jul '17 9:30:00 AM Sturmtrommel
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Gigantic}}'' Voden can poison his arrows with toxic spores, while Ramsay can coat his Whipblade with the poisonous juices of a Juju fruit. In both cases the enemy struck with a poisoned weapon is inflicted with the Poison status effect which deals damage over time and makes healing less effective.
28th Jul '17 9:49:14 PM DanaO
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** [[SociopathicHero Evil bastard]] Mayuri Kurotsuchi's ''zanpakutou'' also poisons its target upon wounding them; befitting his extraordinarily sadistic personality, it paralyzes the victim's limbs enough to prevent movement without affecting their ability to feel pain.

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** [[SociopathicHero Evil bastard]] Mayuri Kurotsuchi's ''zanpakutou'' also effectively poisons (but [[InsistentTerminology don't say so in his hearing]]) its target upon wounding them; befitting his extraordinarily sadistic personality, it paralyzes the victim's limbs enough to prevent movement without affecting their ability to feel pain.
11th Jul '17 11:01:14 AM Valix
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** 3rd Edition has a 5% chance of accidentally poisoning yourself when applying acid to a blade, although certain classes, such as Assassins, are trained to avoid this. It's still not very practical, however, as the good stuff is expensive, and by the time you can avoid it in mass quantities, most enemies will make their Saving Throw easily.

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** 3rd Edition has a 5% chance of accidentally poisoning yourself when applying acid to a blade, although certain classes, such as Assassins, are trained to avoid this. It's still not very practical, however, as the good stuff is expensive, and by the time you can avoid afford it in mass quantities, most enemies will make their Saving Throw easily.
20th Apr '17 6:19:25 PM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/{{Chantelise}}'': As the FlavorText for the Poison Crystal says:
--> Coats your sword in poison.
11th Apr '17 11:25:55 AM Chabal2
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* Hercules uses arrows dipped in the blood of the Lernean Hydra; wounds from these arrows are deadly as there is no cure.

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* Hercules uses arrows dipped in the blood of the Lernean Hydra; wounds from these arrows are deadly as there is no cure. [[spoiler:He died when he wore clothes his wife had drenched in the blood of the centaur Nessus ([[{{Irony}} or in hydra blood in some versions]]), who had told her it would make Hercules faithful to her]].



* ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' has two main kinds of poison: Envenomed Weapons does damage over time (but can only reduce HPToOne) and Slow Poison slows the target's movements. The Undead's Disease Cloud also deals low damage for a long time without killing, the night Elves' Orb of Venom gives the hero Envenomed Weapons (and an anti-air attack if melee) and the Warden's Shadow Strike hurls a poisoned dagger for massive damage, damage over time, and slow.

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* ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' has two main kinds of poison: Envenomed Weapons does damage over time (but can only reduce HPToOne) HPToOne if the target runs away) and Slow Poison slows the target's movements. The Undead's Disease Cloud also deals low damage for a long time without killing, the night Night Elves' Orb of Venom gives the hero Envenomed Weapons (and an anti-air attack if melee) and the Warden's Shadow Strike hurls a poisoned dagger for massive damage, damage over time, and ''and'' slow.
11th Apr '17 8:46:24 AM Malady
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* ''VideoGame/FortuneSummoners'': In the StoryWithinAStory, ''Magical Girl Merrin'', Part 4/12:
--> goblins descended on Merrin from all directions. Their swords were bent and rusty, their bows and arrows small and ridiculous... but even these could be deadly when coated in terrible poison, and the weapons lashing out at Merrin were.
18th Mar '17 7:33:54 PM TheCuza
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' has some poisoned weapons, throwing knives, and arrows. Also, enemies in Blighttown use poison darts and giant clubs.

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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' has some poisoned weapons, throwing knives, and arrows. Also, enemies in Blighttown use poison darts and giant clubs. Rotten Pine Resin can also be applied to almost any weapon to temporarily add a poison effect.
21st Jan '17 8:49:42 PM merotoker
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* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' it turns out that the sword of Godric Gryffindor is made from "goblin silver" that repels dirt and dust and "imbibes that which strengthens it", meaning that [[spoiler: since Harry stabbed a Basilisk in the head with it back in ''Chamber of Secrets'' it is now imbued with basilisk venom, one of the few things that can destroy a Horcrux.]]

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* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' it turns out that the sword of Godric Gryffindor is made from "goblin silver" that repels dirt and dust and "imbibes that which strengthens it", meaning that [[spoiler: since Harry stabbed a Basilisk in the head with it back in ''Chamber of Secrets'' it is now imbued with basilisk venom, one of the few things that can destroy a Horcrux.]]Horcrux]].



* Hercules uses arrows dipped in the blood of the Lernean Hydra, wounds from these arrows are deadly as there is no cure.

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* Hercules uses arrows dipped in the blood of the Lernean Hydra, Hydra; wounds from these arrows are deadly as there is no cure.



* The Bandar Pygmy tribe, allies of ComicStrip/ThePhantom, are infamous for their envenomed arrows. A [[FantasticSlur less polite term for them]], used by their neighbours, is The Poison People.

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* The Bandar Pygmy tribe, allies of ComicStrip/ThePhantom, are infamous for their envenomed arrows. A [[FantasticSlur [[FantasticSlurs less polite term for them]], used by their neighbours, is The Poison People.
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