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Character A needs to render Character B unconscious without causing long term damage. Character B is an adult male in generally good health but a bit run down. He’s not going to be cooperative. Character A only has access to what he can carry with him (so no bulky equipment) but could have illegal or unusual technology. There is no access to medical equipment, so the method used can’t paralyse Character B so that he needs mechanical ventilation. My problem is most of the common literary methods of knocking someone out seem to be either dangerous or ineffective.
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