Story: Mixing arrow poisons
Mixing arrow poisons
How to combine |ßkururu poison with that of the puffadder's glands and Boom Gift to smear on arrow-heads to shoot game with.
1) p.3518v: the mixed poison appears to have been smeared on the tip of the arrow, 2) See also The |ßkururu (|xabbe, or 'Kritje'), 3) This story is found in Book IV-2
15 – 17 November 1873
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