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Poisons you inflict during any Flask Effect have 40% chance to deal 100% more Damage
You lose Virulence 50% slower
10% of Physical Damage Converted to Chaos Damage
Gain 10% of Physical Damage as Extra Chaos Damage 
Master Toxicist is a notable Ascendancy passive skill for the Pathfinder that grants physical to chaos damage conversion and extra chaos damage based on physical damage, more chaos damage to attack skills, and causes the Virulence buff from Herald of AgonyHerald of AgonySpell, Herald, Minion, Chaos, Physical
Mana Reserved: 25%
Can Store 1 Use(s)
Cooldown Time: 1.00 secRequires Level 16Grants a buff giving more poison damage and a chance to inflict poison. When you poison an enemy while you have this buff, you gain Virulence, and summon an Agony Crawler minion that uses projectile and area attacks. You will lose Virulence over time, at a rate which increases the more Virulence you have. The minion will die when you have no Virulence.Per 1% Quality:
1% increased Minion Movement SpeedGrants 20% chance to Poison on Hit
Grants 10% more Poison Damage
Agony Crawler deals (6-12)% increased Physical Damage per Virulence you have
Agony Crawler has (2-3)% increased Attack Speed per Virulence you have
Agony Crawler has (1-45) to (3-84) Added Physical Damage per Virulence you have
Maximum 1 Summoned Agony Crawler
Grants Virulence when you Poison an Enemy
Minions cannot Taunt EnemiesPlace into an item socket of the right colour to gain this skill. Right click to remove from a socket. to expire slower.