#1 Nightshade by Olaf Hakan 27.06.2013 15:38


Latin name: There are three plants which go by the common name of Nightshade: Deadly Nightshade – Atropa belladonna, Woody Nightshade – Sola
Folk or Common names: Deadly Nightshade – Belladonna, Devil’s Cherries, Naughty Man’s Cherries, Divale, Black Cherry, Devil’s Herb, Great Morel, Dwayberry. Woody Nightshade – Bittersweet Nightshade, Dulcamara, Felonwood, and Felonwort.
Parts Used: Deadly Nightshade – Root, leaves, tops. Woody Nightshade – Twigs.
Herbal usage: CAUTION – Deadly and Black Nightshades are poisonous . The berries of Woody Nightshade have proved poisonous to a certain degree in children! Deadly Nightshade is a poison, narcotic, diuretic, sedative, antispasmodic, and mydriatic. Atropine is obtained from Deadly Nightshade during extraction and is its most important constituent. Atropine is used for dilating the pupil and so it is valuable in the treatment of eye diseases. It also is used as an antidote to opium and other strong Painkillers. Woody Nightshade is used widely for a number of ailments including rheumatism, fever, inflammation and jaundice. It is also used as a treatment in skin diseases and also in the treatments of chronic bronchial catarrh, asthma and whooping cough.

Use for us Ingame: We can use the Atropine from the Deadly Nightshade to help treating various eye diseases. Also we could give it to people who are under effect by Painkillers for example after surgery. Woody Nightshade will provide use in treating asthma and similar diseases of the Lung/Bronchial.

#2 RE: Nightshade by King Zultra I 27.06.2013 15:51


Or we can use it as a poison.

#3 RE: Nightshade by Olaf Hakan 27.06.2013 16:11


Yea applying the Poison on our weapons would greatly help in combat. Especialy long Sieges.

#4 RE: Nightshade by Trewier Coshall 27.06.2013 16:18


Or arrows. We could also use it to poison water sources from enemy nations and cities

#5 RE: Nightshade by King Zultra I 27.06.2013 23:49


Putting poison on battle-weapons isn't smart, A) It's resource intensive B) you'll most likely kill yourself or your team mates with it just as much as the enemy.

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