Surlok was a clear condensed venom obtained from the spines of the surn, a catfish native to temperate, slow fresh water.In mammals, surlok dissolved the nerve receptors in the victim's fingers and toes, destroying the sense of touch and ultimately leading to gangrene; at minimum, it caused loss of sensitivity.

Note: The raw venom had the same effect but was much weaker.

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