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* '''Exposure:''' Symptoms vary. Subject may display heightened possessiveness<ref>As seen with [[Bartrand Tethras|Bartrand]] over the [[Lyrium idol|red lyrium idol]]</ref> or paranoia<ref>[[Meredith Stannard|Meredith]] became increasingly paranoid in the final years leading up to the [[Kirkwall Rebellion (9:37 Dragon)]], aggravated by her red lyrium exposure</ref>, or an increased penchant for violence.
 
* '''Exposure:''' Symptoms vary. Subject may display heightened possessiveness<ref>As seen with [[Bartrand Tethras|Bartrand]] over the [[Lyrium idol|red lyrium idol]]</ref> or paranoia<ref>[[Meredith Stannard|Meredith]] became increasingly paranoid in the final years leading up to the [[Kirkwall Rebellion (9:37 Dragon)]], aggravated by her red lyrium exposure</ref>, or an increased penchant for violence.
 
* '''Manifestation:''' Subject becomes pained, varying in intensity but always painful<ref>[[Codex entry: Suledin Keep Documents]]</ref><ref>[[Codex entry: New Orders]]</ref>. Physically, subject begins to look sickly; their flesh pales, and their veins become prominent but pulse red with the lyrium<ref>As seen with Red Templar Archers</ref>. Subject can be described as resembling a "living corpse."<ref>[[Codex entry: Suledin Keep Documents]]</ref> Eyes also begin to emit a red glow. Subject may potentially emit a reddish haze from their body<ref>As seen with the companions in the dark future during [[In Hushed Whispers]]</ref>. In templars, enhanced strength becomes apparent, and as well as a tolerance for pain. Mentally, subject begins to hear a "song", which which may compel them to try to force others to hear it; others are driven mad and die. [[Cole]] says that they hear "the song behind the door old whispers want opened"<ref>First conversation with [[Cole]] after recruiting him</ref>. Templars recognize the song as different from the song of normal lyrium, "deeper"<ref>[[Codex entry: Red Templar Archers]]</ref>. Whether it is also different from [[Old Gods#The Call|the call]] of the [[Old Gods]] is unclear.
 
* '''Manifestation:''' Subject becomes pained, varying in intensity but always painful<ref>[[Codex entry: Suledin Keep Documents]]</ref><ref>[[Codex entry: New Orders]]</ref>. Physically, subject begins to look sickly; their flesh pales, and their veins become prominent but pulse red with the lyrium<ref>As seen with Red Templar Archers</ref>. Subject can be described as resembling a "living corpse."<ref>[[Codex entry: Suledin Keep Documents]]</ref> Eyes also begin to emit a red glow. Subject may potentially emit a reddish haze from their body<ref>As seen with the companions in the dark future during [[In Hushed Whispers]]</ref>. In templars, enhanced strength becomes apparent, and as well as a tolerance for pain. Mentally, subject begins to hear a "song", which which may compel them to try to force others to hear it; others are driven mad and die. [[Cole]] says that they hear "the song behind the door old whispers want opened"<ref>First conversation with [[Cole]] after recruiting him</ref>. Templars recognize the song as different from the song of normal lyrium, "deeper"<ref>[[Codex entry: Red Templar Archers]]</ref>. Whether it is also different from [[Old Gods#The Call|the call]] of the [[Old Gods]] is unclear.
* '''Advanced:''' The red lyrium begins to crystallize within and sprout from the subject's body. More crystals grow from the subject as the stage progresses. Their flesh becomes misshapen<ref>[[Codex entry: Red Templar Foot Soldier]]</ref>, and begins to warp around and over any worn armor<ref>As seen with Red Templar Knights, Horrors and Shadows</ref>. In templars, newfound powers emerge; some can now accelerate the conversion process in each other<ref>As seen with Red Templar Knights</ref><ref>Shown in [[Codex entry: Red Templar Foot Soldier]]</ref>, sow red lyrium into the ground to shatter or form barricades<ref>As seen with [[Behemoth]]s</ref>, or launch it from afar as a projectile weapon<ref>As seen with Red Templar Horrors</ref>. Internally, the red lyrium fuses to the subject's bones, overgrows their lungs, spreads like a fungus to the brain, and grows into their flesh. Blood drains out of the surrounding tissue, as if the lyrium itself is feeding upon it.<ref>[[Codex entry: Shadow]]</ref>
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* '''Advanced:''' The red lyrium begins to crystallize within and sprout from the subject's body. More crystals grow from the subject as the stage progresses. Their flesh becomes misshapen<ref>[[Codex entry: Red Templar Foot Soldier]]</ref>, and begins to warp around and over any worn armor<ref>As seen with Red Templar Knights, Horrors and Shadows</ref><ref>. In templars, newfound powers emerge; some can now accelerate the conversion process in each other<ref>As seen with Red Templar Knights</ref><ref>Shown in [[Codex entry: Red Templar Foot Soldier]]</ref>, sow red lyrium into the ground to shatter or form barricades<ref>As seen with [[Behemoth]]s</ref>, or launch it from afar as a projectile weapon<ref>As seen with Red Templar Horrors</ref>. Internally, the red lyrium fuses to the subject's bones, overgrows their lungs, spreads like a fungus to the brain, and grows into their flesh. Blood drains out of the surrounding tissue, as if the lyrium itself is feeding upon it.<ref>[[Codex entry: Shadow]]</ref>
 
* '''End Stage:''' Subject's body is completely overtaken by the lyrium, becoming a [[behemoth]]. Although possessing immense strength, they are barely recognizable as having once been human and exist in constant agony<ref>Implied in [[Codex entry: Behemoth]]</ref>.
 
* '''End Stage:''' Subject's body is completely overtaken by the lyrium, becoming a [[behemoth]]. Although possessing immense strength, they are barely recognizable as having once been human and exist in constant agony<ref>Implied in [[Codex entry: Behemoth]]</ref>.
   
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