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Chloral Hydrate

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Main article: Medical Items


 
Chloral Hydrate

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A sedative that can be used to knock someone out for a short period of time.
Statistics 
Medical Usage
Success:
 Organ Damage (2.5)*
 Incremental Stun (125)*
Duration 5s
Failure:
 Organ Damage (1.25)*
 Incremental Stun (62.5)*
Duration 2.5s
Skill Requirements
Skill Requirements
Medical: 30
Crafting
Medical Fabricator
Requirements
Chlorine (x2)
Ethanol
Fabrication time 60s
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Technical
Identifier chloralhydrate
Categories Material
Tags smallitem, chem, poison, syringe

Chloral Hydrate is a non-lethal toxin.

Function

Inflicts the victim with Incremental Stun over 5 seconds, greatly slowing and eventually stunning it. Unlike Stun Gun Darts, which deal Progressive Stun, several doses of chloral hydrate stack, stunning the victim sooner.

Also used to craft Paralyzant and Cyanide.

Usage

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

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

Fabrication & Deconstruction

Medical Fabricator Items
Crafting Materials Crafting Talent, Skill, Time Item Deconstruction Time Deconstruction Yield
Chloral Hydrate
Sodium (x3)
  60
Cyanide
20 Chloral Hydrate
Sodium (x2)
Chloral Hydrate
Paralyxis
  60
Paralyzant
20 Chlorine
Paralyxis


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