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    Quote Originally Posted by master of read View Post
    the hate plague. a virus that infects humans and robots, forcing them to fight each other to the death.

    the only way to stop it?

    Optimus Prime and his 80s power ballad theme song.

    And the Autobot Matrix of Leadership helped too, I guess. But we all know that the heavy lifting was done by Optimus and his theme song.
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    Quote Originally Posted by master of read View Post
    batman, the red death's speed force death aura causes anyone around him to age to death.
    This isn't really a poison or sickness.
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    Also, Zonapha Syndrome from Karakuri Circus is pretty nasty:

    Stage One

    The most basic stage. As disclosed above, at this point the infectee will have seizure attacks at random times where their trachea contracts, that will cease when the people nearby will laugh for them, thus causing a relaxation on the infectee's system. This is only a temporal solution and will not prevent people from reaching the next stage.

    Stage Two

    At this point infectees have their mobility reduced and the attacks are more severe. There is an increased chance of death and most infectees at this point, actually succumb to the sickness and pass away. On this stage, laughing is hardly effective on infectees for the sickness has developed beyond what a mere laughter can remedy. Death on Stage Two although crude is by far and lot considered a blessing, for the true terror of Zonapha lies on those unfortunate enough to reach the last stage.

    Stage Three

    The final and most terrible of all the Zonapha stages. People who have reached this stage are left on an absolutely catatonic state without any possibility to move or communicate through any means. Seizures have stopped, but there is a catch, people on this stage cannot die, as such they are doomed to suffer for an eternity as they are fundamentally dead on earth.
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    "Do you know what the most poisonous gas in the world is?"

    There's "most powerful" and there's "most interesting", and this thread has more of the latter, which is hardly a bad thing.

    With that said though, poisons and infections are really quite different so:

    Infections: Someone already mentioned Marvel Zombies, but I'm seconding that. It's quite hard to beat in terms of the sheer power of entities that can be affected. However, Marvel zombies aren't all that debilitating, so..eh.

    Poison: I nominate real world poisonous substances that can kill you before you know it. Yes, I am referring to stuff like CO, ((CH3)2Hg), and the like.


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    One of Ancestor's many qi techniques (styles) is his use of the Thousand Escaping Poisons. With it, he can create (giant) clouds of toxins surrounding himself and direct where they travel (pretty specifically - he has sent a tendril of toxic mist literally spiralling down a kicking character's leg and up to their face). The poison is flat-out instantly lethal to weaker powerful characters, and even characters with enormous qi need to stay away from it or risk dying (the dude who got a wiff of it in the face, for example, is the main Gary Stu character of the series possessing tremendous amounts of qi, and it still messed him up something fierce). Only people who are 'immune' to poisons can manage against the toxin, and it still debilitates them and sickens them visibly. As an example, Black Dragon ignores the bites of lethally venomous snakes (seriously, he gets bitten and just keeps going about his business, where the same kind of snake dropped another trained character in a few seconds a short time beforehand) and shrugs off the poison techniques of Chan O-wan (who uses the same Thousand Escaping Poisons technique as Ancestor, but his qi is far inferior to Ancestor's), and Ancestor's poison techniques still sicken him somewhat.

    The poison clouds also seem to degrade and damage stone. When the poison kills someone, the body almost instantly crumbles to dust.

    For further weirdness, Ancestor can hork up a poison cloud, form it into the shape of a sword, and stab himself through the gut with it to mix it with his own blood (has done this). This creates a powerful, solid weapon forged of his poison, his blood, and his qi.

    ...I don't think this beats the immediacy of 'limb melting poison stare' though, even if it is pretty darned versatile. ^_^
    Came into this thread expecting to see this. Was not disappointed.

    On the note of instantly flesh melting poisons, for poisons, there's Megellan and his Doku Doku no Mi, which when he was punched a couple of times by a class 90 durability supersonic speedster, caused the said puncher to go blind and have their hands start melting. That's just from a couple of supersonic punches. From a dude that otherwise shrugs off being smacked across cities, and stomped on with island shattering strength.

    Magellan was pretty bonkers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol_M View Post
    Came into this thread expecting to see this. Was not disappointed.
    Am possibly somewhat predictabol.
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    As far as actual toxic substances go, His Tears may not be the best feated in terms of affecting anything more than humans, but goddamn if the effect isn't completely horrifying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nik Hasta View Post
    This isn't really a poison or sickness.
    his constructs can technically "infect" people with it. so it could be called a poison or sickness on a technically level.

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    also that plague that nurgle created solely to troll gulliman.

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    This is more venomous rather than poisonous, but the new(ish) Abomination from Immortal Hulk has a sort of gamma vomit that can eat through the Hulk pretty easily.

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    still surpised nobody mentioned Nurgle's Rot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharpandpointies View Post
    One of Ancestor's many qi techniques (styles) is his use of the Thousand Escaping Poisons. With it, he can create (giant) clouds of toxins surrounding himself and direct where they travel (pretty specifically - he has sent a tendril of toxic mist literally spiralling down a kicking character's leg and up to their face). The poison is flat-out instantly lethal to weaker powerful characters, and even characters with enormous qi need to stay away from it or risk dying (the dude who got a wiff of it in the face, for example, is the main Gary Stu character of the series possessing tremendous amounts of qi, and it still messed him up something fierce). Only people who are 'immune' to poisons can manage against the toxin, and it still debilitates them and sickens them visibly. As an example, Black Dragon ignores the bites of lethally venomous snakes (seriously, he gets bitten and just keeps going about his business, where the same kind of snake dropped another trained character in a few seconds a short time beforehand) and shrugs off the poison techniques of Chan O-wan (who uses the same Thousand Escaping Poisons technique as Ancestor, but his qi is far inferior to Ancestor's), and Ancestor's poison techniques still sicken him somewhat.

    The poison clouds also seem to degrade and damage stone. When the poison kills someone, the body almost instantly crumbles to dust.

    For further weirdness, Ancestor can hork up a poison cloud, form it into the shape of a sword, and stab himself through the gut with it to mix it with his own blood (has done this). This creates a powerful, solid weapon forged of his poison, his blood, and his qi.

    ...I don't think this beats the immediacy of 'limb melting poison stare' though, even if it is pretty darned versatile. ^_^
    In a similar note, jaki/miasma from Inu Yasha, especially Naraku's.

    Normal miasma is a poisonous aura that can melt people or Stone just from being in the general vicinity. Naraku's aura can instantly kill/melt entire forests when he's not deliberately hiding it, and even caused powerful monks like Miroku to have to occasionally stop and have to vomit from just being in the same mountain as him. Plus, Naraku's able to generate concentrated bursts of the stuff that melt mountains and almost insta-kill people who are immune to his basic aura.

    And Sesshoumaru, in addition to having potent poison of his own, gained Bakusaiga, a sword whose cuts spread like poison. That is to say, if it can so much as scratch you, that scratch will spread though your body in bursts of intensely powerful golden lightning until it has destroyed you completely.

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    From One Piece we have the "mummy virus". You get shot with a bullet containing the virus, and then you get an incredibly hot fever and gushing blood until you whither like a 'mummy'. And once one person is infected, anyone who touches/is touched by them is also immediately infected.
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