Another one of the "chain" routes, Debaser sits just right of Vitamin H. The rock fall of 1998 supposedly improved the quality of the lower section of Debaser. With its large roof at 2/3 height, Debaser involves a little more power than some of the other Arsenal routes. But the difficulties don't stop after the roof so keep punching it to the anchors. Oh, and leave your knee-pad at home because it won't be of much use on this one (I did get a nice butt-scum at one point. I may have to develop rubber C-4 underwear).
P.S.: You can traverse left at the large roof onto Vitamin H to climb a variation called Vitamin D (12d).
Exactly right, Adam, the name is in reference to the song Debaser by the band The Pixies from the album Doolittle (1989). Jim Hall was a big fan of theirs, and he turned me on to them. I saw them in November of 1989 at the Boulder Theater. My wife broke her foot moshing in the pit at that show when some huge dude in combat boots stomped on it.