CS1: Artificial Hormone

Potion (chemosol), rare

When sprayed, an artificial hormone produces a small 20-foot diameter cloud, 10 feet in height that lingers for 1d4 rounds. Inhaling these chemicals creates a homeostatic negative feedback loop causing a sudden spike blood pressure and a rapid elevation of the individual’s stress level. Those coming in contact with the chemical must succeed a DC 14 Constitution saving throw to avoid the effects.

Failure makes the individual lightheaded and unable to concentrate. For the next 1d4 rounds, the individual flushes and start sweating profusely. His vision blurs disadvantage on Perception skill checks.

Furthermore, lightheadedness makes concentration difficult, leaves him unable to take bonus actions.

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