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'''G-23 Paxilon Hydrochlorate''' or "'''Pax'''" was a chemical compound added to the air processors in order to pacify the populace, by the [[Anglo-Sino Alliance]]. An Alliance research team on [[Miranda]] discovered that the Pax was effective with 99.9% of people. It was such an effective means of pacifying that the people stopped doing anything, they simply waited for death. However, a tenth of a percent of the population had the opposite reaction. They became highly aggressive, committing unspeakable acts. These people would come to be known as [[Reavers]].
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'''G-23 Paxilon Hydrochlorate''' or '''"Pax"''' (Latin for '''"Peace"''') was a chemical compound added to the air processors in order to pacify the populace, by the [[Anglo-Sino Alliance]]. An Alliance research team on [[Miranda]] discovered that the Pax was effective with 99.9% of people. It was such an effective means of pacifying that the people stopped doing anything, they simply waited for death. However, a tenth of a percent of the population had the opposite reaction. They became highly aggressive, committing unspeakable acts including cannibalism, rape and self-mutilation. These people would come to be known as [[Reavers]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

Revision as of 10:00, January 1, 2010

G-23 Paxilon Hydrochlorate or "Pax" (Latin for "Peace") was a chemical compound added to the air processors in order to pacify the populace, by the Anglo-Sino Alliance. An Alliance research team on Miranda discovered that the Pax was effective with 99.9% of people. It was such an effective means of pacifying that the people stopped doing anything, they simply waited for death. However, a tenth of a percent of the population had the opposite reaction. They became highly aggressive, committing unspeakable acts including cannibalism, rape and self-mutilation. These people would come to be known as Reavers.

Appearances

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