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Uses EditCrow Poison
This poison is a favorite of the Antivan Crows, whose efficient administration of death has built a nation's reputation.
Concentrated Crow Poison
An enhanced version of the Crow original, this poison turns its victim into a veritable sitting duck for an efficient killer.
Even a quick sniff of this sludge is enough to cause hallucinations.
Concentrated Deathroot Extract
Although the deep blue-black color is attractive, clothing dyed with this liquid has proven unpopularly fatal to wear.
The nasty concoction somehow rots flesh while the victim is still alive, accompanied by the usual stench.
A foul mixture of poisons that are each deadly even on their own. Quiet Death is so potent it unnerves even the most experienced assassins.
───────Mild Sleeping Gas Trap
Even the tiny amount of gas leaking out of this trap causes a tingling sensation.
Sleeping Gas Trap
The original formulation of this trap induced snoring too often. The new design makes it a more a dignified weapon.
Sleeping Gas Cloud Trap
This trap is swaddled thickly in cloth, lest the owner bump it too hard during transportation and lose half the day to an unwanted nap.
Dragon Age: Origins Edit
|Alarith||Denerim, Alienage||x2||1 10|
|Alimar||Orzammar, Dust Town||x6||1 40|
|Cesar||Denerim, Denerim Market District||x4 / x7 ("special stock")||1 20|
|Ilen||Dalish Camp, Dalish Elf Origin||x2||1 10|
|Olinda||Orzammar Commons, Dwarf Commoner Origin||x1||1 00|
|Varathorn||Brecilian Outskirts, Dalish Camp||x99 (unlimited)||1 20|
Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening Edit
|Bartender||City of Amaranthine, The Crown and Lion Inn||x22||1 10|
|Yuriah||Vigil's Keep, Throne Room||x14||1 20|
- There is no merchant in Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening that has an unlimited supply of deathroot. If you plan to make poisons or traps that require deathroot in Awakening it is recommended you stock up on it in Dragon Age: Origins before you import your game.