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Arachne's Loom
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Origin

Arachne, the first spider

Type

Weaving loom

Effects

Allows the user to summon and control spiders

Downsides

Unknowing users may become arrogant

Activation

Touching the loom

Collected by

Warehouse 2 Agent

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

N/A

Shelf

N/A

Date of Collection

323 BC - 30BC

[Source]


OriginEdit

Arachne was a woman of ancient Greek myth. She was known far and wide for her skills at weaving. She stated that she was even greater than Athena, the goddess of weaving. Angered, Athena challenged her to a weaving contest. Athena wove a tapestry illustrating the glory of the gods while Arachne wove portraits of the embarrassing acts of gods. Furious, Athena ripped Arachne's tapestry to shreds. Arachne was so upset that she went into the forest and hanged herself from a tree with her corset. Athena felt pity for her, so her turned her into the first spider, so that she and her descendants could weave beautiful tapestries forever.

EffectsEdit

Touching the loom gives the user the power to summon and control spiders. The spiders can be ordered to spin webs, encase targets, attack, or weave threads into clothes. Those unwary of the loom may begin to feel arrogant or prideful.

CollectionEdit

Reclaimed from Warehouse 2 along with many other artifacts.

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