Unfeeling Bloodstone is categorized as a living stone — also known as Landbased Coral — and grows slowly with only a few millimeters each year. It usually grows in thick clusters of three and prefers places with little to no sunlight.
Bloostone looks like a crimson shaded crystalline stone that is cold to the touch. It may resemble stalagmites and upon occasion has been known to glow faintly in the darkness.
Its Effects & Properties
It has pain-killing properties that are highly sought after by medical professionals. If one ingest higher doses, it may impair the body's ability to cause blood to coagulate, and if one is extremely unlucky, it may cause permanent paralyzing effects.
Improvised Paralyzing Bombs
People utilize the bloodstone as simplistic paralyzing bombs, usually by shooting the coral with guns or throwing explosives at it to cause it to pulverize in the air, and its particles being inhaled by enemies.
It may also be used as an ingredient in proper bombs but it is a dangerous concoction that makes them very expensive and illegal in most circles. Due to its anti-blood-coagulating effects, damages to the body will most likely lead to death by blood loss.
The bloodstone can be used in drugs, and most often it is about poisons. Usually paralyzing poisons. However, if mixed with other reagents and processed correctly, it can be used by those in medical circles. Painkillers are particularly sought after and researched.