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Adrian Hill's Sketchpad
Sketch-pad

Origin

Adrian Hill

Type

Sketchbook

Effects

User can alter the memories of others

Downsides

Effects cannot be neutralized

Activation

Drawing while focusing on a subject

Collected by

Hugo Miller

Section

Psyche-764

Aisle

624686-6095

Shelf

318429-2428-800

Date of Collection

January 31st, 1978

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OriginEdit

Adrian Hill was the pioneer father of art therapy, which is commonly used to help treat the mentally ill and dementia patients. He was a British artist and therapist who became famous for his renderings of "No Man's Land" during World War One. When he was in a hospital bed suffering from tuberculosis he found that drawing brought him great comfort. He spent many decades teaching others the therapeutic properties of art. He even had a television show called Sketch Club.

EffectsEdit

Using the sketch pad the artist can recall or replace old memories of a subject. It can be another person or him/herself. However, the effects can not be undone by neutralizing the sketchpad. In order to undo the effect the victim's memories must be redrawn and the drawings of the implanted memories must be scribbled out.

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