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* ''Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger'' has Stinger, HumanoidAlien from Scorpius System. He can poison people by stinging them with his scorpion tail. While his poison has not killed anyone [[spoiler: yet]], it incapacitates the person with pain and fever. Scorpio, Stinger's brother commonly uses a poison that makes anyone affected into a zombie, which then turns into [[PoisonousPerson Poisonous People]] themselves as they can spread the poison.
4th Aug '17 7:00:26 PM TheKaizerreich
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** Make no mistake, if a human bites you, ''[[SincerityMode seek a doctor]]''. Human saliva is full of (often violent) bacteria due to our peculiar eating habits feeding them and thus very dangerous if it enters your system in any way but kissing.
17th Jun '17 2:08:07 PM nombretomado
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* The OtherWiki has lists for [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_venomous_animals venomous]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_poisonous_animals poisonous]] organisms (no, they're not the same thing).

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* The OtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki has lists for [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_venomous_animals venomous]] and [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_poisonous_animals poisonous]] organisms (no, they're not the same thing).
9th Jun '17 2:57:29 PM nombretomado
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* Puppet of the WhateleyUniverse. Her blood and lymph are so poisonous she isn't allowed out of her room and visitors have to wear biohazard gear. She looks like a normal pretty teen except that her green blood gives her skin a green tint.

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* Puppet of the WhateleyUniverse.Literature/WhateleyUniverse. Her blood and lymph are so poisonous she isn't allowed out of her room and visitors have to wear biohazard gear. She looks like a normal pretty teen except that her green blood gives her skin a green tint.
8th Jun '17 10:01:10 PM nombretomado
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* There's a ''WildCards'' character who has this. He is a zombie oozing with toxic waste.
* In ''MagicTheGathering'' many creatures with the Deathtouch ability are like this, as are several things with Wither. The first kills if any damage is dealt, the other makes damage essentially permanent instead of resetting at end of turn.

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* There's a ''WildCards'' ''Literature/WildCards'' character who has this. He is a zombie oozing with toxic waste.
* In ''MagicTheGathering'' ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' many creatures with the Deathtouch ability are like this, as are several things with Wither. The first kills if any damage is dealt, the other makes damage essentially permanent instead of resetting at end of turn.
8th Jun '17 9:01:57 PM nombretomado
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* ''DungeonFighterOnline'': [[CombatPragmatist Brawlers]] become this after they awaken as a Hellcat and obtain a passive skill which [[StandardStatusEffects poisons]] enemies who hit her, the chance being greater if the Hellcat is bleeding. This is a result of building up [[AcquiredPoisonImmunity immunity to poison]], yet letting it build up in her system at the same time.

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* ''DungeonFighterOnline'': ''VideoGame/DungeonFighterOnline'': [[CombatPragmatist Brawlers]] become this after they awaken as a Hellcat and obtain a passive skill which [[StandardStatusEffects poisons]] enemies who hit her, the chance being greater if the Hellcat is bleeding. This is a result of building up [[AcquiredPoisonImmunity immunity to poison]], yet letting it build up in her system at the same time.
7th Jun '17 8:04:49 PM 4444jdm
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** It's worth noting that this trope is averted in the case of legendaries. As of Gen VI, Poison is the only type to not have a corresponding legendary (outside of Arceus holding the Toxic Plate, and Nihilego, if you count in Ultra Beasts).

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** It's worth noting that this trope is averted in the case of legendaries. As of Gen VI, VII, Poison is the only type to not have a corresponding legendary (outside of Arceus holding the Toxic Plate, and Nihilego, if you count in Ultra Beasts).
7th Jun '17 7:58:37 PM 4444jdm
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** It's worth noting that this trope is averted in the case of legendaries. As of Gen VI, Poison is the only type to not have a corresponding legendary (outside of Arceus holding the Toxic Plate).

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** It's worth noting that this trope is averted in the case of legendaries. As of Gen VI, Poison is the only type to not have a corresponding legendary (outside of Arceus holding the Toxic Plate).Plate, and Nihilego, if you count in Ultra Beasts).
26th May '17 9:57:35 PM SilentStranger
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* The original ''DragonBall'' had Bacterian, a competitor in the first World Tournament arc who Krillin ended up fighting in the quarter finals, a fat slob who used his [[NauseaFuel horrible hygiene]] as an offensive weapon. He almost won, until Goku pointed out that Krillin doesnt technically have a nose due to his character design, letting him beat Bacterian based on a visual joke.



** Chemo is a giant abomination who is ''made'' of poisonous chemicals, literally.

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** Chemo is a giant abomination who is ''made'' of poisonous chemicals, literally. He's the result of a MadScientist dumping all of his failed experiments in a giant, humanoid plastic container, which eventually came to life and gained a sort of quasi-sentience. Chemo is similar to {{Bizarro}} in that he's not really intelligent enough to be a villain on his own, but is often used as a puppet by smarter bad guys.



* Preston Payne, AKA the third Clayface, from ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' has the ability to cause people to melt with just a touch. Other Clayfaces have also had this ability.

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* Preston Payne, AKA the third Clayface, from ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' has the ability to cause people to melt with just a touch. Other Clayfaces have also had this ability. Unfortunatly for Payne, in his case it was because his flesh had become liquified and he was in constant pain, melting other people being one of the few things that could give him relief.



* An extremely dark issue of ''ComicBook/UltimateXMen'' was centered around a boy who woke up with a mutation that caused him to emit a chemical that incinerated anyone around him, causing him to [[NightmareFuel wonder where his parents, then his neighbors, then everyone had gone]] as he unwittingly and accidentally ''wiped out his entire home-town.'' Wolverine, as the only one who could survive his presence due to his HealingFactor, was sent by SHIELD to track him down and kill him. When the boy was made to understand, he quietly told Wolverine "... just do it".

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* An extremely dark issue of ''ComicBook/UltimateXMen'' was centered around a boy who woke up with a mutation that caused him to emit a chemical that incinerated anyone around him, causing him to [[NightmareFuel wonder where his parents, then his neighbors, then everyone had gone]] as he unwittingly and accidentally ''wiped out his entire home-town.'' Wolverine, as the only one who could survive his presence due to his HealingFactor, was sent by SHIELD to track him down and kill him. (both because of the danger he posed and because the exposure of a mutant that dangerous would basically ensure that mutants would be hunted to extinction) When the boy was made to understand, he quietly told Wolverine "... just do it".


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* ''LegionOfSuperheroes'' has the recurring villain Mano, a member of the Fatal Five, who has an incredibly lethal Touch Of Death as a result of being born as a mutant on his homeworld. How deadly is his touch? He ''destroyed his homeworld with it!'' As in, literally put his hand on the ground until the whole planet died.
3rd Apr '17 9:24:38 PM Shaid
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** Any Pokémon with the Poison Point Ability can inflict the Poison status on opponents by mere contact, making this list of Pokémon much larger than the above, covering the likes of Qwilfish (based on a porcupine fish) and Toxicroak (based on a poison dart frog).

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** Any Pokémon with the Poison Point Ability or Poison Touch Abilities can inflict the Poison status on opponents by mere contact, making this list of Pokémon much larger than the above, covering the likes of Qwilfish (based on a porcupine fish) and Toxicroak (based on a poison dart frog).
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