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Golden Poison Arrow Frog (毒矢のカエル, Dokuya no Kaeru)

  • Poison Dart Frog
  • Phyllobates terribilis

Personal

Species

Amphibian

Classification
"Summoning" is not in the list of possible values (ANBU, Cooking-nin, Daimyō, Hunter-nin, Jinchūriki, Medical-nin, Missing-nin, Ninja monk, S-rank, Sage, Samurai, Sannin, Sensor, Summon, Tailed beast) for this property.
Summoning
Nature Type

Summoner

The Poison Dart Frog is known for its potent toxin that seeps from its slick and multicolored skin. The colors are there to warn predators of their poisonous nature. Ushinatta utilizes these summonings, which are found within the lush and damp forests of Amegakure, for their poisons. Due to their small size of less than an inch, the Golden Poison Arrow Frog can't physically attack a person even if they wanted to, so they use their toxic skin to keep them protected.

Just a touch can cause your skin to have a rash, further proving the toxicity of this little amphibian, but its true power is revealed when the poison reaches an open wound. But, where does this poison come from? Other Poison Dart Frogs found in captivity are without this poison, so it is believed their diet of bugs may be an indicator to where this originates.

Once the toxin enters through the skin, the victim will begin hallucinating mere minutes after coming into contact with the toxin. A few minutes later the victim will begin to feel nauseous, sweat, become dizzy, their vision will blur, their heart rate will increase, and eventually the nerves will become damaged and the victim will become paralyzed; death will follow shortly after.


Minutes to Posts

Hallucinations will occur in two posts after being hit with the poison.

Symptoms of poisoning will occur in three posts after the opponent begins to hallucinate.

Paralysis becomes present (starting where the poison came in contact with bloodstream) in five posts after symptoms.

Death follows in six posts unless the poison is removed.

In total, sixteen posts later, the adversary will die.

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