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“This is the fifteenth formula,” a man said clinically as the silent girl at his side copied down his words. “Previous formula were either too strong or not strong enough. The antivenin that resulted for formulae six and eleven killed the patient outright. Formulae three, five and ten killed the host before enough antibodies could be produced to create an antivenom. The remaining formulae produced no effect on the host, or else the antibodies produced were too few. This formulae was potent enough to give the host a severe reaction, but they have already recovered completely. Hopefully, the resultant antivenom will be strong enough.”
He was a thin man, almost bony, a pair of spectacles riding up on his forehead. He held a syringe in his hand as he looked for a vein on the tied down deer in front of him. There was a viscous, amber fluid in the syringe.
“First we apply the venom,” the man said, jabbing
Divine Blood - Psychics vs Non-PsychicsPsychics versus Non-Psychics
While some psychics have inborn Talents that make them more efficient at some uses of lifeforce than the average person, or even able to do things others can't do, the use of psychic abilities still represents a skill that must be honed and developed. A psychic has to focus and concentrate to minimize the impact of life force corruption. The more time they have to produce a particular effect, the easier it is on them.
Battle skill is a separate form of training. A skilled warrior knows how to manage their resources and how to make the most efficient use of them. They also train in various weapons,unarmed fighting methods and improvisation. They know the tactics of the brawl, the skirmish and the firefight. Placement of obstacles and use of the environment are also keys to battle skill. Most importantly, battle skill teaches the warrior how to pace himself.
A supremely well trained psychic, in re
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