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Morbusine

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Last mentioned in changelog 1.0.20.1
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Main article: Medical Items


Morbusine

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A highly potent neurotoxin that causes an eventual shutdown of lungs and muscles, greatly hindering movement.
Statistics 
Medical Usage
Success:
 Morbusine Poisoning (11)*
 On non-human targets increased to 20
Duration 1s
Failure:
Skill Requirements
Skill Requirements
Medical: 50
Crafting
Medical Fabricator
Requirements
Deconstructor Yield
Store
Reputation Requirement
Base Price 200 mk
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Technical
Identifier morbusine
Categories Material
Tags smallitem, chem, medical, syringe

Morbusine is a toxin.

Function

Morbusine inflicts Morbusine Poisoning, also slowing their movement by 20% and drains the users oxygen levels (which gets worse over time), or deals Organ Damage to creatures which do not breathe oxygen.

Cured with the Morbusine Antidote.

Usage

Like many Medical Items, Morbusine can be applied using the Health GUI (Default Key:H). See this page for more information on usage.

Morbusine can be loaded into a Syringe Gun and can be swung by the hand to apply its effects on whatever it hits.


Medical Fabricator Items
Crafting Materials Crafting Talent, Skill, Time Item Deconstruction Time Deconstruction Yield
Morbusine
Stabilozine
  30
Morbusine Antidote
20 Stabilozine
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