Loki's Pleasure (C8F1N1O3H14P1 , also known as acetylcholine-methylflurophosphate (ACMLP), Slavemaker, The Shaker, and Captain Killer) or simply LP is a cholinergic form of spice developed and manufactured by the Black Dawn Syndicate. It is derived from an acetylcholine foundation and stimulates the user's parasympathetic nervous system response.
The drug was named after Loki Vuur, who was one of the first test subjects.
Effects and Actions
LP works by creating an overabundance of neurotransmitter agents and inhibiting acetylcholinesterase production. In this respect it is similar to many Nerve Agents, and in large doses will have similar effects. LP boosts neural responsiveness and plasticity while also reducing intracortical activity.
LP is widely popular with fighter pilots and arena-fighters due to its increase in reaction times, including autonomic responses. It is also popular with students due to its increase of brain plasticity necessary for learning and relearning, and its reduction of intracortical activity which leads to increased focus; and with club goers for its aphrodisiac properties.
LP shows much potential as an agent for repairing neurological deficits resulting from insults to the central or peripheral nervous system.
Effects -- Note: in excess, all these effects are inverted as neuron coordination is lost.
- Increased response/reflex times
- Increased focus
- Increased "learning ability"
- Increased functionality of injured neurons.
- Increased sex-drive.
- Persistent hunger
- Muscle spasms
- Decreased muscle coordination
NOTE: Overdose should be treated as an organophosphate overdose with Atropine and supplemental Cholinesterase infusion.