Murky Toxin

Murky Toxin Murky Toxin Bomb (Small) A deadly substance concocted with ingredients found in the sewers.

Tier UT
MP Cost 120 (10 damage/MP if both bombs hit)
On Equip +3 ATT, +3 DEX
Throw Time 0.8 second(s)
Impact Damage 150 from the smaller bomb
50 from the larger bomb (200 if both hit)
Damage Over Time 900 total (187.5 damage/second) from the smaller bomb
300 total (62.5 damage/second) from the larger bomb (1200 total if both hit)
Duration both 3 second(s)
Radius Smaller Bomb: 2.5 tiles
Larger Bomb: 5 tiles
XP Bonus 7%
Feed Power 800
Forging Cost 45 Rare Material / 90 Common Material / 400 Forgefire / 1 Mark of Gulpord
Dismantling Value 15 Rare Material / 30 Common Material

Loot Bag Assigned to White Bag
Drops From Gulpord the Slime God
Golden Rat
Standard Quest Chest
Prismimic Defender
Obtained Through Current offers on RealmEye’s trading pages

Blueprint Murky Blueprint
Obtained Through Grand Bazaar ( Fame 4900 /  Realm Gold 575)

This poison is unique in that using it will throw two bombs at once, which will target the cursor and land at the same time in a concentric circle. The smaller bomb particles are a lighter shade of brown than the larger bomb’s.

For any assassin intending to use their dagger as it was meant, this is the poison for you. It adds as much DPS as the Captain’s Ring. Anyone stumbling across this poison should keep in mind that the 900 damage bomb is the one that has a radius of 2.5, so if you don’t think you can precisely plant your poison, you should stick with a Tiered Poison.

This is also the most mana-efficient poison for its damage, assuming both bombs land. This poison’s bombs are created and land at the same moment, so if you don’t get the small bomb in, you’re wasting mana.

The larger bomb has the following sprite:
Murky Toxin Bomb (Large)

Before Exalt Version (Dec 2020), this item had the following sprite:
Murky Toxin (old)

Before Exalt Version (Aug 2021), this item was soulbound.

Before Exalt Version (Aug 2021), both bombs dealt damage over time for 4 seconds. The smaller and larger bombs also had a radius of 2 and 4 tiles respectively.