Selma: Hmmm... Needs something... Oh! I know!
*Grabs a dozen Trinidad Moruga Scorpion peppers, blends them up, and pours it into the soup. Stirring up the soup, she eats another spoonful of the soup*
*Grabs the container, tilts it up, and quickly drinks it down, releasing a great gout of flame as she sighed in relief*
Selma: Aaaaah! Delicious!
"When I became a man I put away childish things, including the fear of childishness and the desire to be very grown up."
- C.S. Lewis
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Let me correct that error.
The Trinidad Moruga Scorpion, if memory serves me correctly, rated at a peak of 2 million units. Pure capsaicin rates at 16 million units. The soup rates at 19 million units.OOC: The soup rates around 19 million scoville units (it uses a chemical more potent that pure capsaicin); luckily no one was around earlier in the morning, or they would have suffered immensely while she was cooking with the stuff. Suffice to say, absolutely no one else here should be trying to eat the stuff, except possibility Nero.
I'll say it again for emphasis:
The soup, which is not a pure substance, rates higher than pure, 100 percent capsaicin on the scale (and yes, this actually is possible when you consider the analogs of capsaicin).
Sub-Zero, Cas is going to throw his teacup at Ramilla. He's curious.
I wonder what Cleric has planned for us.