I just noticed, the blue acid in AvPr. Is it the same in the medkit of P2?

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cacador

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Still wondering if any one thinks it might be? I was searching for another topic as reference and saw this again.
 

strigoi

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I don't think they are...in P2 he had to combine things to make it while in AVPR he had the ready to go kind...Plus if it was the same stuff when P2 applied it his arm (what was left) could have started melting.
 

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Lflank

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When he was cauterizing his wounds?

It's probably the same prop.



I kind of doubt that it's the same substance both times in the story, though. Otherwise the effects would have been the same--he'd have melted into nothingness.
 

cacador

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Good points. I was thinking that is maybe why he had to mix random debris though. It seems to eat living tissue and not just inanimate objects other wise there would have been a gaping hole in the pool and forest, and every thing else he poured it on. I wasn't sure if him mixing it with the tile helped to dilute the acid a bit maybe? I think you guys are probably right though.
 

Lflank

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Good points. I was thinking that is maybe why he had to mix random debris though. It seems to eat living tissue and not just inanimate objects other wise there would have been a gaping hole in the pool and forest, and every thing else he poured it on. I wasn't sure if him mixing it with the tile helped to dilute the acid a bit maybe? I think you guys are probably right though.

Maybe the medkit stuff was already really really diluted and it only melted him a teeny-tiny bit . . .

But then it probably wouldn't have looked the same.
 

kala

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Im guessing maybe it's different stuff but with similar compounds that give it the same blue color?
 

Replica

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I'd say it's different, but perhaps made of similar components. In P2, once mixed it was more of a gel than a liquid and it cauterized the wound which an acid would not. Personally, I think they went with blue both times simply because it wouldn't be confused with the green blood.
 

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