Fijana

One of the deadliest poisons known to the world of the two moons, fijana is particularly popular among the Asharites, and has been used on more than one occasion in political assassinations, the best known of which was the killing of King Almalik of Cartada, the last Lion of Al-Rassan by Ammar ibn-Khairan and his own son, Prince Almalik.

fijana is a subtle poison with no strong flavour, administered either orally or to the bloodstream for a quicker effect. When ingested, it causes a congestion of the blood vessels, leading to the throat of the victim swelling shut only seconds before heart failure results in death. fijana is, thankfully, rare and expensive.

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