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Andreas Vesalius' Watering Can
Vesaliuspot

Origin

Andreas Vesalius

Type

Watering Can

Effects

Grows gardens of human organs

Downsides

Simulates dissection on the affected’s skin

Activation

Watering seeds

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Culpeper-4103AS

Aisle

431600-2859

Shelf

736834-4774-857

Date of Collection

May 12, 1803

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OriginEdit

A watering can owned by Andreas Vesalius, anatomist, physician, and author of one of the most influential books on human anatomy, De Humani Corporis Fabrica (On the Fabric of the Human Body). He heavily used dissection as a means to discover the purpose of each organ and system within the body. With his findings, Vesalius published these into anatomical texts and drawings illustrating the interior of the human body. He was also professor at the University of Padua and later became Imperial physician of Emperor Charles V.

EffectsEdit

When seeds are watered by this watering can, they grow into human organs. They will remain inert until touched or moved by a person. Each organ is at the prime of health, can survive for several days outside a host body and is universally transplantable. Anybody who comes into physical contact with an organ will experience deepening cuts and slashes across their flesh, similar to surgical dissections.

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