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PostSubject: Poisons of Gor   Tue Apr 02, 2013 1:59 pm


Tassa Powder

Tassa powder is a traceless, [h1] h1 "Tassa powder had doubtless been used on her. It is traceless, and effective."
Players of Gor - Page 66

harmless, tasteless, swift-acting, [h2] h2 "Tassa powder is a harmless, tasteless, swift-acting drug."
Swordsmen of Gor - Page 375

reddish, effective drug normally concealed in wine. [h3] h3 "It was done by Tassa powder," she said.
"It was tasteless, and effective," I said.
. . .
"It shows up, of course," I said, "in water."
"It is meant to be mixed with red wine," she said.
Fighting Slave of Gor - Page 223

The effect is not felt for a time, but when it takes effect, it does so swiftly. [h4] h4 "The effect of Tassa powder is not felt for a time, but when it takes effect, it does so swiftly."
Swordsmen of Gor - Page 377

It is used to render the unsuspecting one [h5] h5 "Inside, in a previously prepared room, on a great table, were aligned two hundred goblets of wine. Each contained Tassa powder. When the pirates, unsuspecting, were within, and giving themselves to the wine, the door would be locked."
Guardsman of Gor - Page 113

who drinks it unconscious. [h6] h6 "Throughout all that had transpired in the booth she had not regained consciousness. Tassa powder is efficient."
Players of Gor - Page 75

One normally recovers slowly from the effects of Tassa powder, at least for a few minutes, but after a time, suddenly comprehending, awaken quite suddenly, even screaming. [h7] h7 "One normally recovers slowly from the effects of Tassa powder, at least for a few minutes, and then one might, after a time, suddenly comprehending, awaken suddenly, hysterically, struggling, screaming, if one is not gagged."
Swordsmen of Gor - Page 382

Tassa powder allegedly has few, if any, lingering aftereffects, [h8] h8 "Tassa powder, which she later learned was used on her, allegedly has few, if any, lingering aftereffects,"

Prize of Gor - Page 34 with the exception of a ravenous appetite. [h9]
h9 "You had been given tassa powder," he said.
"Yes, Master," said Ellen.
"How do you feel?" he asked.
"Well, Master," she said.
"Good," he said. "There are usually few, if any, aftereffects. Are you hungry?"
. . .
"After tassa powder," said the man, "a girl is often ravenously hungry."
Prize of Gor - Pages 211 - 212


Paralysis Drug

Sullius Maximus invented a paralysis drug. He tested it, by pin pricks, on the limbs of a captured enemy, paralyzing him from the neck down. [h10] h10 "Sullius Maximus," he said, "invented such a drug. He tested it, by pin pricks, on the limbs of a captured enemy, paralyzing him from the neck down."
Marauders of Gor - Page 19

Capture Scent

Capture scent is sometimes used by tarnsmen and it is often used by slavers. Soaked in a rag and held over the nose and mouth of a female, it can render her unconscious in five seconds. [h11] h11 "Capture scent," I said.
. . .
"Soaked in a rag and scarf and held over the nose and mouth of a female it can render her unconscious in five Ihn."
Marauders of Gor - Pages 115 - 116

Anesthetic Darts

Anesthetic darts are sometimes used in the taking of females. These may be flung or entered into her body by hand. They take effect in about forty seconds. [h12] h129 "Anesthetic darts, too, are sometimes used in the taking of females; these may be flung or entered into her body by hand; they take effect in about forty Ihn; she awakens often, stripped, in a slave kennel."
Marauders of Gor - Page 116

Ost Venom

Death by ost venom is among the most hideous of deaths, [h13] h13 "Death by ost venom is among the most hideous of deaths."
Captive of Gor - Page 357

with the flesh turning orange like colored paper and peeling, as though lit and burned from the inside along with drops of blood and sweat on it. [h14] h14 "I was scarcely aware of the brief whimpering of the Paravaci as, twisting and turning on the rug, biting at it, holding his arm, his flesh turning orange from ost venom, he writhed and died.
Kamchak walked to him and tore away the mask. I saw the contorted, now-orange, twisted, gonized face. Already it was like colored paper and peeling, as though lit and burned from the inside. There were drops of blood and sweat on it."
Nomads of Gor - Page 318

It can be transported in powder form [h15] h15 "The small man held up a tiny packet. "This," he said, "is the poison, a powder prepared from the venom of the Ost."
Captive of Gor - Page 357

or, as is one case, a Turian affectation, held in hollow teeth awaiting the deadly bite. [h16] h16 "They are poison teeth," remarked Harold, "a Turian affectation but quite deadly, being filled with the venom of the Ost."
Nomads of Gor - Page 187

Kanda

Kanda is a lethal poison extracted from one of Gor's desert shrubs. It can be used on a large scale from poisoning a water supply, [h17] h17 "On the twentieth day of the siege there was great rejoicing in the camp of Pa-Kur, because in one place the wires had been cut and a squad of spearmen had reached the main siege reservoir, emptying their barrels of toxic kanda, a lethal poison extracted from one of Gor's desert shrubs."
Tarnsman of Gor - Page 179

to, in a white paste form, coated on weapons [h18] h18 "Mixed with the blood and fluids of the body there was a smear of white at the end of the steel, the softened residue of a glaze of kanda paste, now melted by body heat, which had coated the tip of the blade."
Assassin of Gor - Page 42

or even needles. [h19] h19 ". . .I found a needle; I smelled it; it was smeared with kanda, a deadly toxin. . ."
Tribesmen of Gor - Page 132

One piece of jewelry mentioned is a ring which, when a tiny switch is pressed, a hollow steel fang springs up containing this deadly toxin. [h20] h20 "He folded his left hand into a fist and, with his thumb, pressed a tiny switch on the ring. The fang, of hollow steel, springing up, was then exposed."
Explorers of Gor - Page 169

"On the first finger of his left hand he wore a fang ring, which, I had little doubt, would contain a poison, probably that of the deadly kanda plant."
Explorers of Gor - Page 151

Poison Locks

The poison lock, because of the crevices and grillwork common to the heavy, ornate Gorean locks, allows tiny, extremely small pins, coated with kanda, to emerge, killing the would be intruder. [h21] h21 "Much more dangerous is the poison lock, because the opening through which the tiny pins, usually coated with a paste formed from kanda root, can emerge can be extremely small, almost invisible to the eye, easy to overlook in the crevices and grillwork of the commonly heavy, ornate Gorean lock."
Assassin of Gor - Page 52

Poison Pins

Many free women conceal poisoned needles or pins within their robes [h22] h22 "It is not wise to try to tear away the garments of a free woman with one's bare hands. They may contain poisoned needles."
Beasts of Gor Page 402

or in their hair. [h23] h23 "A free woman, captured, whose hair her captor unbinds, usually the first time by the stroke of a knife, a precaution against poison pins and other devices. . ."
Explorers of Gor - Page 198

Poison Girls

There are also chemically prepared poison girls whose bite is lethal. [h24] h24 "Maximus Hegesius Quintilius was later found assassinated in his own pleasure gardens, slain there by the bite of a chemically bred slave.
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