Blades:Poisons

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The following are the different types of poisons available in Blades. For potions, see Potions.

Aversion to Fire[edit]

Poisons of Aversion to fire make the targeted creature or npc weaker to fire damage. They may be brewed in the town Alchemy Laboratory, found as loot from chests or given as a reward for levelling. To have an effect, they must be first applied to a weapon.

A poison of Aversion to fire

Aversion to Fire poisons make the targeted creature or hostile npc more vulnerable to fire damage.

Poison Rarity Effects Notes
Minor Aversion to Fire Common target takes 11 extra damage from fire for 11 seconds This poison briefly makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage, and is best paired with Fire-enchanted weapons, and spells like Fireball.
Weak Aversion to Fire Common (?) This poison briefly makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage. Made from Lavender, Garlic and Fire Salts, it has a pungent odor.
Aversion to Fire Common (?) This poison briefly makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage. It is commonly used on enemies already vulnerable to fire, like Spriggans.
Potent Aversion to Fire Common (?) This poison briefly makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage. Even though it is made of Histcapr [sic] and Blue Dartwings, it is used in several drinking games.
Major Aversion to Fire Common (?) This poison briefly makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage, and the addition of Ectoplasm gives it some extra "kick."
Malign Aversion to Fire Common (?) A poison that makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage. Moon Sugar is needed to brew it at this strength, giving it a burnt Skooma smell.
Vicious Aversion to Fire Common (?) A poison that makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage. The rare flower used here, Nightshade, appears in several local folk tales.
Intense Aversion to Fire Common (?) A poison that makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage. This poison requires an unusually large amount of Fire Salts.
Extreme Aversion to Fire Common (?) A poison that makes its victims more susceptible to fire damage. This bottle is scalding hot and never seems to cool down.
Deadly Aversion to Fire Common (?) This ridiculously strong poison makes its victim so susceptible to fire damage, you might expect them to be set aflame by sunlight alone.

Aversion to Frost[edit]

Poisons of aversion to frost make the targeted NPC or creature weaker against frost damage. They may be brewed in the town Alchemy Laboratory, found as loot from chests or given as a reward for levelling.


A poison of Aversion to frost
Poison Rarity Effects Notes
Minor Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes your enemies more susceptible to frost damage. Best used alongside Frost-enchanted weapons, and spells like Frostbite.
Weak Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes your enemies more susceptible to frost damage. It uses the same ingredients as Frost Resistance potions.
Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes your enemies more susceptible to frost damage. This bottle is always cold to the touch.
Potent Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes enemies more susceptible to frost damage. Some people also use the icy bottle to keep food fresh when travelling.
Major Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes your enemies more susceptible to frost damage. It is popular among frost mages that use spells like Ice Spike and Blizzard Armor.
Malign Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes your enemies more susceptible to frost damage. It appears to be frozen solid inside the bottle, but becomes liquid when applied to a weapon.
Vicious Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes your enemies more susceptible to frost damage. Alchemists have to wear thick, warm gloves for the last few steps of brewing.
Intense Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes your enemies more susceptible to frost damage. It looks as clean and clear as spring water, despite containing the toes of several Giants.
Extreme Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison, made from melted Daedroth Teeth, makes your enemies very susceptible to frost damage.
Deadly Aversion to Frost Common (?) This poison makes your enemies more susceptible to frost damage. This bottle is extremely cold and must be handled with care.

Aversion to Shock[edit]

Poisons of aversion to shock make the targeted NPC or creature weaker against shock damage. They may be brewed in the town Alchemy Laboratory, found as loot from chests or given as a reward for levelling.

A poison of aversion to shock
Deadly Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. It is not unusual for a victim of this poison to continue twitching after death.
Extreme Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. Great care must be taken when opening this, especially while wearing metal gauntlets.
Intense Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. Pairs well with spells like Thunderstorm.
Vicious Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. Opening this bottle gives the entire room an eerie charge.
Malign Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. Touching the metal rim on this bottle sometimes gives an electric shock.
Major Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage (and makes their hair stand on end for hours afterward).
Potent Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. This can be especially effective against enemies already vulnerable to Shock, like Wights.
Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. Electrical potions, poisons and enchantments all require Void Salts.
Weak Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. Shock spells like Lightning Bolt can then be used more effectively.
Minor Aversion to Shock - Common - When applied to a weapon, this poison makes anyone it hits vulnerable to shock damage. It is best applied to weapons enchanted with shock damage.

Aversion to Poison[edit]

A poison of aversion to poison
Deadly Aversion to Poison - Common - Weapons covered in this concoction make their targets vulnerable to poison damage (and breathing the fumes is, obviously, not recommended).
Extreme Aversion to Poison - Common - Weapons covered in this make their targets vulnerable to poison damage. Extreme care should be exercised while applying this poison to a weapon.
Intense Aversion to Poison - Common - Weapons covered in this make their targets vulnerable to poison damage. If the bottle is not closed properly everything around it will smell like Giant's Toes.
Vicious Aversion to Poison - Common - This sinister mixture (sometimes referred to as "bottled nastiness"), when used on a weapon, will make any victim hit by it vulnerable to poison damage.
Malign Aversion to Poison - Common - Weapons covered in this make their targets vulnerable to poison damage. The bottle is surprisingly heavy. And sticky.
Major Aversion to Poison - Common - Weapons covered in this make their targets vulnerable to poison damage. Its main ingredient is Ectoplasm or, as Lea Jeanne calls it, "ghost syrup".
Potent Aversion to Poison - Common - Weapons covered in this make their targets vulnerable to poison damage. This spells trouble for enemies already weak to Poison like bandits, mercenaries and warlords.
Aversion to Poison - Common - Weapons covered in this make their targets vulnerable to poison damage. This thick liquid bubbles slowly, shaking the bottle with each pop.
Weak Aversion to Poison - Common - This sinister mixture, when used on a weapon, will make any victim hit by it vulnerable to poison damage - like that caused by a Poison Cloud spell.
Minor Aversion to Poison - Common - Weapons covered in this concoction make their targets slightly vulnerable to poison damage, though it does not actually cause poison damage itself.

Healing[edit]

a minor healing poison
Deadly Healing Poison - Common - The strongest anti-healing poison known, this draught will make even the smallest of wounds problematic for anyone afflicted.
Extreme Healing Poison - Common - It is strictly against Imperial law to bring this incredibly strong anti-healing poison anywhere near an infirmary... or to slip it into someone's wine.
Intense Healing Poison - Common - This poison, which decreases the rate at which Health regenerates, is one of the strongest of its kind.
Vicious Healing Poison - Common - This powerful poison decreases the rate at which Health regenerates, and is so potent its use is frowned upon during formal duels.
Malign Healing Poison - Common - This rather potent anti-healing poison has a deeper, more vibrant color - close to that of a standard healing potion.
Major Healing Poison - Common - The ruddy color of this anti-healing poison should not be confused with that of a healing potion, for obvious reasons.
Potent Healing Poison - Common - This poison decreases the rate at which Health regenerates, but is not strong enough that its effects are always deadly.
Healing Poison - Common - This weak poison, which decreases the rate at which Health regenerates, is said to be comprised mostly of Imp Stools.
Weak Healing Poison - Common - This poison decreases the rate at which Health regenerates, and is said to be particularly helpful against trolls, which have strong regenerative abilities.
Minor Healing Poison - Common - This poison, which decreases the rate at which Health regenerates, has such an enticing smell that anyone afflicted with it may not even notice its effects…

Recovery[edit]

a minor recovery poison
Deadly Recovery Poison - Common - According to leading alchemists, there is no poison more potent at restricting Magicka regeneration...
Extreme Recovery Poison - Common - This poison decreases the rate at which Magicka regenerates. Though its appearance is similar to a Magicka restoration potion, this poison tends to be much colder to the touch.
Intense Recovery Poison - Common - This poison decreases the rate at which Magicka regenerates. Experienced mages often carry Magicka restoration potions to counter this type of poison.
Vicious Recovery Poison - Common - This poison decreases the rate at which Magicka regenerates. Some colleges of magic are rumored to use this poison to prevent cheating on theoretical exams.
Malign Recovery Poison - Common - This rather strong poison interferes with its victim's connection to the flow of Magicka that permeates the world.
Major Recovery Poison - Common - This mid-range anti-Magicka poison uses the rare component Ectoplasm as one of its main ingredients.
Potent Recovery Poison - Common - This mild anti-Magicka poison may debilitate less experienced spellcasters, but seasoned battlemages can easily shrug off its effects.
Recovery Poison - Common - Histcarp and Lavender give this anti-Magicka poison a distinctive, sickly sweet smell, if not any real potency.
Weak Recovery Poison - Common - This rather weak anti-Magicka potion uses Glow Dust as its central ingredient.
Minor Recovery Poison - Common - This weak poison decreases the rate at which Magicka regenerates, and should only pose a threat to low-level wizards or sickly children.

Vigor[edit]

A minor vigor poison
Deadly Vigor Poison - Common - This is the strongest anti-Stamina poison in existence, and is capable of sapping the energy of even the hardiest opponent.
Extreme Vigor Poison - Common - Hitting an opponent with a weapon laced with this devastatingly strong anti-Stamina potion may not kill them... but they'll wish they were dead.
Intense Vigor Poison - Common - Moon Sugar, Nightshade and a Giant's Toe are what give this potent anti-Stamina poison its kick.
Vicious Vigor Poison - Common - Best used against experienced fighters, this strong anti-Stamina poison can negate the advantage of special abilities.
Malign Vigor Poison - Common - This moderately powerful anti-Stamina poison just might turn the tide of a losing battle...
Major Vigor Poison - Common - Veteran warriors often carry Stamina restoration potions to counter this type of poison, which can sap the energy of even an experienced warrior.
Potent Vigor Poison - Common - Useful against foes that use a lot of combat abilities, such as power attacks, this poison decreases the rate of Stamina regeneration.
Vigor Poison - Common - Applied to a weapon, this rather weak poison decreases the rate of Stamina regeneration. This is most useful against mercenaries, bandits, and goblin berserkers.
Weak Vigor Poison - Common - This poison smells like garlic and honey, and is used to slightly decrease the rate of an opponent's Stamina regeneration.
Minor Vigor Poison - Common - Typically applied to a weapon, this weak poison decreases the rate of Stamina regeneration.