Rupture Chromodynamic Candy SKIN

Market
StationSellBuy
Jita
Amarr
Rens
Dodixie
Hek
Maila
Basic
Volume0.01 m3
Mass0.00 kg
 PublishedTrue
Cargo
Capacity0.00 m3
Skin License
 Skin materialChromodynamic Candy
 SkinRupture Winter '18
 License forRupture
 DurationPermanent
 Single useFalse

Description

The Chromodynamic Candy Company was a shortlived attempt by a group of Intaki and Ni-Kunni confectionary businesses to leverage the interest in chromodynamic tricarboxyls into a marketing scheme for their new range of festival candies. The intent of selling a range of candies to celebrate the Yoiul Festival, and a variety of local holidays and festivals, fell apart after rumors spread that the candies were laced with the notorious "Deathglow", a hallucinogenic drug manufactured using certain types of chromodynamic tricarboxyls.

While the candies were an abject failure, the striking and colourful livery produced for the promotional campaign still found its way into the hands of capsuleers as a nanocoating that could be used on a variety of popular ships.