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[[File:Createdpoison.png|150px|thumb|A created Damage Health poison]]
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|name = Damage Health
'''Damage Health''' is an adverse effect that can occur to both the [[Dragonborn]], or any other target. Damage Health causes a loss of [[health]] by a specified amount, over time. The Damage Health effect is always instant. However, there is a similar effect known as [[Lingering Damage Health]] which does damage over time.
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|effect = Causes '''X''' points of poison damage.
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'''Damage Health''' is an adverse effect that can occur to both the [[Last Dragonborn|Dragonborn]] or any other target. Damage Health causes a loss of [[health]] by a specified amount, over time. The Damage Health effect is always instant. However, there is a similar effect known as [[Lingering Damage Health]] which does damage over time.
   
 
==Ingredients==
 
==Ingredients==
The following [[Alchemy (Skyrim)|alchemical]] ingredients have the {{PAGENAME}} effect, along with where on the effects list it appears for each.
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The following [[Alchemy (Skyrim)|alchemical]] ingredients have the damage health effect, along with where on the effects list it appears for each.
* [[Crimson Nirnroot]] (1)
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*[[Crimson Nirnroot]] (1)
* [[Deathbell]] (1)
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*[[Deathbell]] (1)
* [[Ectoplasm (Skyrim)|Ectoplasm]] (4)
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*[[Ectoplasm (Skyrim)|Ectoplasm]] (4)
* [[Falmer Ear]] (1)
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*[[Emperor Parasol Moss]] {{DR}} (1)
* [[Human Flesh (Skyrim)|Human Flesh]] (1)
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*[[Falmer Ear]] (1)
* [[Human Heart (Skyrim)|Human Heart]] (1)
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*[[Human Flesh (Skyrim)|Human Flesh]] (1)
* [[Imp Stool]] (1)
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*[[Human Heart (Skyrim)|Human Heart]] (1)
* [[Jarrin Root]] (1)
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*[[Imp Stool (Skyrim)|Imp Stool]] (1)
* [[Nightshade (Skyrim)|Nightshade]] (1)
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*[[Jarrin Root]] (1)
* [[Nirnroot (Skyrim)|Nirnroot]] (1)
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*[[Nightshade (Skyrim)|Nightshade]] (1)
* [[Poison Bloom]] {{DG}} (1)
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*[[Nirnroot (Skyrim)|Nirnroot]] (1)
* [[Red Mountain Flower]] (4)
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*[[Poison Bloom]] {{DG}} (1)
* [[River Betty]] (1)
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*[[Red Mountain Flower]] (4)
* [[Skeever Tail]] (3)
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*[[River Betty]] (1)
* [[Small Antlers]] (4)
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*[[Skeever Tail]] (3)
* [[Troll Fat (Skyrim)|Troll Fat]] (4)
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*[[Small Antlers]] (4)
* [[Void Salts (Skyrim)|Void Salts]] (3)
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*[[Troll Fat (Skyrim)|Troll Fat]] (4)
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*[[Void Salts (Skyrim)|Void Salts]] (3)
   
 
[[File:DamageHealth.png|250px|thumb|A chart displaying the Damage Health gradient.]]
 
[[File:DamageHealth.png|250px|thumb|A chart displaying the Damage Health gradient.]]
There are some ingredients that have a higher Damage Health effect than others, for example, a River Betty does 75 Damage Health, but a Nirnroot only does 30. The highest damage health effect belongs to the Jarrin Root, at 500, but there is only one Jarrin Root in the entire game, and it is a Quest Item.
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There are some ingredients that have a higher Damage Health effect than others. For example, a River Betty does 75 Damage Health, but a Nirnroot only does 30. The highest damage health effect belongs to the Jarrin Root, at 500, but there is only one Jarrin Root in the entire game, and it is a [[Quest Items (Skyrim)|quest item]].
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[[Category:Skyrim: Alchemy Effects]]
 
[[Category:Skyrim: Alchemy Effects]]

Latest revision as of 20:14, November 7, 2018

For other uses, see Damage Health.
Main article: Damage

Damage Health is an adverse effect that can occur to both the Dragonborn or any other target. Damage Health causes a loss of health by a specified amount, over time. The Damage Health effect is always instant. However, there is a similar effect known as Lingering Damage Health which does damage over time.

IngredientsEdit

The following alchemical ingredients have the damage health effect, along with where on the effects list it appears for each.

DamageHealth

A chart displaying the Damage Health gradient.

There are some ingredients that have a higher Damage Health effect than others. For example, a River Betty does 75 Damage Health, but a Nirnroot only does 30. The highest damage health effect belongs to the Jarrin Root, at 500, but there is only one Jarrin Root in the entire game, and it is a quest item.

AppearancesEdit

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