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    What is the origin of the "Soul Freezing Needle" used by Li Mo Chou. Does it belogn to the Ancient Tomb Sect? If so, why XLN does not have the antidote? If not, is it Li Mo Chou's own recipe?

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    It belongs to the Ancient Tomb. Just that LMC was taught only that technique while XLN mastered both soul freezing needle and jade bee needle. XLN did had the antidote to the soul freezing needle. She and YG ate the antidote after being mistaken struck by the needles from GF. The soul freezing needle poison wasn't the one that caused XLN to be fatally poisoned. It was the poisonous blow LMC hit YG with and transferred to XLN. Since that was LMC's own creation, they didn't have the antidote.

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    Yeah, but she had no antidote and got no idea what to do when the Wu brother got struck by the Soul Freezing Needle.

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    XLN taught yang guo the jade bee needles because their thinner and harder to use then the soul freezing needles. it was a higher skill. he could probably use the soul freezing needles but did not carry them. also he did not have the antidote with him when the wu brothers got hit. XLN carried the antidote with her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkchoki
    The soul freezing needle poison wasn't the one that caused XLN to be fatally poisoned. It was the poisonous blow LMC hit YG with and transferred to XLN. Since that was LMC's own creation, they didn't have the antidote.
    If that's the case, why did Yeung Gor always blame Gwok Fu for the "fatal" injury rather than Lee Mok Sau?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken Cheng
    If that's the case, why did Yeung Gor always blame Gwok Fu for the "fatal" injury rather than Lee Mok Sau?

    he blamed Gwok Fu because as they were reversing their blood flow (OYF's method that he taught YG) to get rid of the poison, Gwok Fu suddenly shot the needles out and hit both of them and cause the disruption in the flow and causing the flow to reverse back into their original flow sending the poison deep into SLN's internal organs rendering any antidote useless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by endo
    he blamed Gwok Fu because as they were reversing their blood flow (OYF's method that he taught YG) to get rid of the poison, Gwok Fu suddenly shot the needles out and hit both of them and cause the disruption in the flow and causing the flow to reverse back into their original flow sending the poison deep into SLN's internal organs rendering any antidote useless.
    Ohh so that's why...

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    If the jade bee needle is a higher skill based on it's difficulty, what is the advantage? Huo Du was injured with them by Yang Guo at the Hero's meet and was in much pain but endured for days. Yet the Soul Needles seem more deadly and immediate right?
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    The Jade Bee Needles, it seems to me, were a defensive weapon which operated over a longer time frame. This allowed time for a cure. The Soul Freezing Needles were an offensive, fast acting weapon which could kill fairly quickly. Of course, Li Mochou wanted her victims dead and could disable a victim with the needles and finish them off with her fly whisk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesG
    The Jade Bee Needles, it seems to me, were a defensive weapon which operated over a longer time frame. This allowed time for a cure. The Soul Freezing Needles were an offensive, fast acting weapon which could kill fairly quickly. Of course, Li Mochou wanted her victims dead and could disable a victim with the needles and finish them off with her fly whisk.
    I hadn't thought of it that way, i was merely thinking in a LMC fame of mind. But your explanation is quite clever. ^.^
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    I love Li Mok Sau's "duster weapon" or whatever it's called. I always wanted one as a kid. Haha
    Do they sell them anywhere?

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