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  • Emomen's drugs have never proven addictive, not like something such as bloodhype, say.

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  • "Might as well tell you that our purpose was to try and tie this creature Rose to renewed traffic in bloodhype, an especially vile drug."

    Bloodhype

  • But this amount of bloodhype, "- he indicated the case -" is a unique gathering, too.

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  • "A fast shot of bloodhype, perhaps?" said Mal evenly.

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  • "You honestly think that bloodhype will have any effect on that monster?" asked Mal.

    Bloodhype

  • It included a significant milling of refined bloodhype.

    Bloodhype

  • I'll inform the Major that you're withholding information and material evidence concerning the transfer of bloodhype.

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  • "I might say that any being who deals in bloodhype is a living scab to all AAnn as well as to your own race."

    Bloodhype

  • Any sentient in the galaxy ` took 'on bloodhype would gladly trade you all his worldly possessions, his offspring, his mate, parents, and all his limbs save the minimum needed to inject the drug, in return for the hollow splinter of glass you hold in your hand.

    Bloodhype

  • The thing about bloodhype is that most drugs work only on the mind, by distorting and affecting the images it creates and the information it receives.

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