0105 [hashiri] eri
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The hashirieri is the chemist’s dream - its massive variety of compounds could easily keep a research lab occupied for decades. Thus far we have identified:
1. chlorinium dichlorihyde: a liquid acid that can eat through wood, fabric, and other organic material.
2. molybrydnium hydramanamine: a milky fluid that becomes transparent upon contact with heat above 90°F, and dissolves enamel on contact.
3. monochronine diphendramatazinenite: a suspension of chromium particles in a semisolid gel, capable of fast thermal transmission. Ingesting it causes severe metal poisoning.
4. moribraxium cellucolitinite: a polysaccharide crystal that causes confusion and sleep when ingested.
5. duretrenitized bi-conpoundite morimine: a solid that sublimates at room temperature (lethal).
6. poly-anthesized bi-conpoundite morimine: a solid that sublimates at room temperature (non-lethal).
7. poly-birium: a base in the form of a viscous fluid, that causes numbness when touched.
8. poly-birium phosphate: a salt that precipitates when combined with chlorinium dichlorihyde, ingestion of which quickly raises blood pressure.
9. monochronine lysibarinite telletite: an iridescent, stretchy semi solid that is sticky when stretched and hard when compressed, and the viewing of which always leaves an after-image on the retina.
10. sansnombrebendum molywax: a fatty semisolid emetic that smells sour but tastes sweet, causes ulcers, and acts as a highly effective metal polish.
above: blue flesh.
Upon extraction of samples from a hashirieri, its layering breaks apart, allowing the chemicals to mix. Due to the complex chemistry resulting in both harmful and enjoyable substances, this possibly toxic soup has become known as "assassin's tea" or "druggies roulette". One common chemical found in the mix, isopsycholy, (known on the streets as "fool's psycholy") has no psychotropic properties, but does dye flesh vivid blue.
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