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==Etymology==
 
==Etymology==
In Latin, "Noxious" means unpleasant and harmful, generally referring to odorous fumes, hence the green clouds that emit from it. Noxious is a descendant of another Latin word, nocere, meaning to hurt or injure. "Noxa" means hurtful or injurious. This means that the potion probably injures the drinker.
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In Latin, "Noxious" means unpleasant and harmful, generally referring to odourous fumes, hence the green clouds that emit from it. Noxious is a descendant of another Latin word, nocere, meaning to hurt or injure. "Noxa" means hurtful or injurious. This means that the potion probably injures the drinker.
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==

Latest revision as of 03:41, April 12, 2013

Noxious Potion
Noxious Potion
Potion information
Effect

Poison (possibly)

Characteristics

Green-coloured smoke

The Noxious Potion is a potion that releases green clouds of smoke when completed. Its exact usage and effects are unknown, but it is possible that it is used as a poison.

EtymologyEdit

In Latin, "Noxious" means unpleasant and harmful, generally referring to odourous fumes, hence the green clouds that emit from it. Noxious is a descendant of another Latin word, nocere, meaning to hurt or injure. "Noxa" means hurtful or injurious. This means that the potion probably injures the drinker.

Behind the scenesEdit

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