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Amerigo Vespucci's Armor Plate
Armor spanish 1600s

Origin

Amerigo Vespucci

Type

Armor Plate

Effects

Causes earth and dirt to solidify around the user and wherever they direct it

Downsides

Turns the user into clay if user speaks their name

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 10

Section

Colombus-1492PK

Aisle

414530-7343

Shelf

213707-7700-400

Date of Collection

April 1618

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OriginEdit

Amerigo Vespucci was the first explorer to identify the newly found lands of Brazil and the West Indies on the Columbus expeditions did not correspond with the coastlines of Asia. Rather, they were part of an entirely new and previously unknown continent. At first referred to as the New World, its name was later changed to America, originating from the Latin version of Vespucci’s first name.

EffectsEdit

Dirt and earth will constantly appear around the user and surround them as an auric second skin, protecting them from direct exposure to sunlight, wind and pathogens. Liquids can still be absorbed through, but it takes time to reach the occupant. Heat will cause the layer to harden and crumble off the user, creating a slowly reforming hole in the structure.

Piles of earth will appear wherever the user points to, quickly covering the spot. The constant use of earth will sometimes cause the nearby ground to weaken and become absorbed up through the user’s feet. Speaking the user’s name while in use will cause catastrophic effects. The earth will attach and climb into the user, hardening until they turn into a lifeless statue of clay.

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