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Alfred Nobel's Box Detonator
Box detonator

Origin

Alfred Nobel

Type

Box Detonator

Effects

Converts some matter into explosive material

Downsides

Requires periodic detonation to remain stable

Activation

Pushing down the plunger

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

864518-7026

Shelf

137922-4593-482

Date of Collection

June 7, 1913

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OriginEdit

Alfred Nobel was the inventor of dynamite, an explosive powder made of nitroglycerin that became safer to handle when mixed together with earth. He also owned the industrial company Bofors, which transitioned from steel and ironworks towards armament. A premature obituary declared him a merchant of death for profiting off mass produced weapons and explosives. This earnest review horrified Nobel, who decided to dedicate his fortunes to creating the Nobel Prize, awarding scientific and academic breakthroughs and cementing his legacy in a positive light.

EffectsEdit

When pressed down, converts some portions of nearby matter in objects and the landscape into explosive, usually dynamite. A second attempt will cause all material to detonate in scale to the amount present. If focused, the user can specifically choose what object will be imbued with the explosive.

Has to be detonated every 30 days or it will otherwise randomly detonate any object in a mile radius, leaving it completely destroyed.

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