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 In late 2070, the first Flipside hit the streets of [[Seattle]] as the newest party drug for the high society. It wasn't available on the streets of the [[Barrens]] until some shots were found during the war with the [[Picas]] when [[Maggie]] got tossed and [[Neil]] decided to get rid of it before the [[Knight Errant]] raid.  In late 2070, the first Flipside hit the streets of [[Seattle]] as the newest party drug for the high society. It wasn't available on the streets of the [[Barrens]] until some shots were found during the war with the [[Picas]] when [[Maggie]] got tossed and [[Neil]] decided to get rid of it before the [[Knight Errant]] raid. 
  
-It's the ultimate drug, changing its face according to the expectations of the user. Probably the first place to get it was The [[ Daisy Chain]] in [[Puyallup]],​ or among the students of the [[Seattle University]], it is not sure. But after the first introduction to the streets it was spreading faster than anything. ​+It's the ultimate drug, changing its face according to the expectations of the user. Probably the first place to get it was The [[ Daisy Chain]] in [[Puyallup]],​ or among the students of the Seattle University, it is not sure. But after the first introduction to the streets it was spreading faster than anything. ​
  
 The intense rush of emotions was quickly followed by a high alertness and social presence together with flashes and hallucinations that are rumored are insights into astral space. But while the dandelion eater of The Daisy Chain may prefer the esoteric and people-loving aspects of the drug, the common thrill ganger would praise the dampening of pain and the ability to feel the emotions of yourself and of your victims more real than ever before. ​ The intense rush of emotions was quickly followed by a high alertness and social presence together with flashes and hallucinations that are rumored are insights into astral space. But while the dandelion eater of The Daisy Chain may prefer the esoteric and people-loving aspects of the drug, the common thrill ganger would praise the dampening of pain and the ability to feel the emotions of yourself and of your victims more real than ever before. ​
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