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After the Fourth Great Shinobi World War ended, the world was experiencing a time of peace. The villages for once were able to live in relative harmony with one another as they rebuilt, and for once, all seemed to be well. The kage were able to live peaceful lives and soon began retiring, passing on the baton to the next generations. That is until an unknown virus infects the northern coast. The first to fall is the once powerful Raikage, Ay. While many thought this virus was a simple mutation of what may have well been the flu, no one would ever think of the destruction it would cause. Especially when it infected a certain Uzumaki Naruto.
With his death came the malice; with the malice came the destruction; with the destruction came the shinobi' revolt; and with the revolt came the sacrifices. The Bijuu became filled with malice that they sought to destroy the world. Shinobi sought a way to fight them and once again capture each of the Bijuu. Time passed, and a plan was devised. The Jinchuuriki would be sacrificed for the greater good of the world, and with the deaths of nine individuals, an uneasy peace began.
As time continued, the villages began to truly restructure. In a peace that would last 80 years after the downfall of the Bijuu, the world would see the creation of a great many things. Technology was beginning to take root and before long the blossoms that grew from the tree of the advanced mind would bear fruit. A many great things came to be. A railroad between the vast many nations. Mechanical limbs to replace lost ones. Radios that could reach between villages. Everything seemed to be becoming less reliant on the shinobi. Only the need for them never truly vanished. As with the growth of time, also continued the growth of malice.
Physical Description: An herbaceous biennial plant that grows five to eight feet tall and is found in temperate climates. Tera carries an airtight plastic container full of fresh leaves, a two ounce jar of the seeds, and a one ounce vial of powdered root.
Special Abilities: Hemlock contains the alkaloid coniine, which has a similar chemical structure to nicotine. Coniine disrupts the activity of the central nervous system. Due to its potency, even seemingly small doses can prove fatal without treatment. Coniine blocks the neuromuscular junction, resulting in the eventual paralysis of respiratory muscles, which causes death due to lack of oxygen in the heart and brain. If the victim of coniine poison is subject to artificial ventilation, the effects of the poison wear off after two to three days. A fatal dose for an adult human is approximately eight fresh leaves, four seeds, or four pinches of root.
Physical Description: A perennial herbaceous plant that grows in temperate climates. Plants grow to almost five feet high, with seven inches of that being leaves. It has bell-shaped purple flowers and shiny black berries. Tera carries a four ounce jar of nightshade berries.
Special Abilities: The active ingredients in nightshade have anticholinergic properties. Anticholinergics inhibit nerve impulses by blocking the neurotransmitter bindings to the receptors in nerve cells. This disrupts the nervous system's ability to regulate involuntary activities like breathing and heart rate. The symptoms of nightshade poisoning include dilated pupils, sensitivity to light, blurred vision, tachycardia, loss of balance, staggering, headache, rash, flushing, severely dry mouth and throat, slurred speech, urinary retention, constipation, confusion, hallucinations, delirium, and convulsions. The anticholinergic properties also inhibit cognitive capacities such as memory and learning.
Name: Rosary Pea (Abrus precatorius). Rank: E-Rank. Type: Supplementary.
Physical Description: A slender, perennial climber that twines around trees; it is best known for its brightly colored seeds, which are commonly used in jewelry. A particular type of seeds can be used to make an aphrodisiac oil. Tera carries a four ounce jar of the seeds, a vial of powdered seeds, two vials of the oil, a container of fresh leaves, a four ounce jar of powdered root, and a two ounce jar of treated and purified seeds.
Special Abilities: The seeds of the rosary pea contain abrin, which produces a poison with similar effects to ricin, but is toxic in much smaller quantities. Symptoms of poisoning include nausea, vomiting, convulsions, liver failure, and death, usually after several days. The seeds have been used as beads in jewelry, which is dangerous; inhaled dust is toxic and pinpricks can be fatal. However, it also has beneficial uses. Rosary pea roots are used for treating gonorrhea, jaundice and haemoglobinuric bile; the leaves are used to make tea, which is known to be useful in treating fevers, coughs and colds; the herb is used as a laxative, a sedative, and an aphrodisiac; and the paste of its roots is often used in the treatment of abdominal pains and tumors.
Name: White Baneberry (Actaea pachypoda). Rank: E-Rank. Type: Supplementary.
Physical Description: An herbaceous perennial plant that grows about two feet tall and three feet wide, most notable for its bright white berries. Tera carries a vial of powdered root and a four ounce jar of berries.
Special Abilities: The berries and the entire plant are considered poisonous to humans. The berries contain cardiogenic toxins which can have an immediate sedative effect on human cardiac muscle tissue, and are the most poisonous part of the plant. Ingestion of the berries can lead to cardiac arrest and death. Very small amounts of tea brewed from the roots can be used to relieve childbirth pains and PMS, as well as headaches, colds, and coughs.
Name: Desert Rose (Adenium obesum). Rank: E-Rank. Type: Supplementary.
Physical Description: An evergreen succulent shrub that grows to about six feet in height. Its bright pink and red flowers are its standout feature. Tera carries three vials of the sap.
Special Abilities: The sap that can be extracted from the plant contains cardiac glycosides, a sugar that acts on the contractile force of the cardiac muscle. The sap is extremely poisonous because they disrupt the function of the heart. It causes blurred vision, irregular heartbeat, weakness, confusion, drowsiness, hallucinations, and lethargy.
Physical Description:Brugmansia arborea is an evergreen shrub or small tree reaching up to 7 metres (23 ft) in height. The ovate leaves have coarsely toothed margins when in their best condition. The leaves, flower stalks, fruit, and especially the young shoots are covered with fine velvety white down. Flowers are strongly fragrant, trumpet-shaped, nodding to sub-horizontal, white to ivory-white or cream. At 12–17 centimeters (4.7–6.7 in) long, the flowers are the shortest of all Brugmansia. Tera carries two vials of seeds, one eight ounce container of leaves, and a jar of leaves mixed with mint leaves to make tea.
Special Abilities: Angel's Trumpet can be used externally as a poultice, tincture, or a transdermal application of leaves for treating aches and pains, dermatitis, orchitis, arthritis, rheumatism, headaches, infections, and as an anti-inflammatory. Internal uses, in highly diluted preparations, and often as a portion of a larger mix, include treatments for stomach and muscle ailments, as a decongestant, to induce vomiting, to expel worms and parasites, and as a sedative.
All parts of Angel's Trumpet are poisonous, with the seeds and leaves being especially dangerous. Effects of ingestion can include paralysis of smooth muscles, confusion, tachycardia, dry mouth, diarrhea, migraine headaches, visual and auditory hallucinations, mydriasis, rapid onset cycloplegia, and death. The hallucinations it causes are often characterized by complete loss of awareness that one is hallucinating, disconnection from reality, and amnesia of the episode.