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Beatrix Potter's Scarf
Scarf

Origin

Beatrix Potter

Type

Scarf

Effects

Causes hallucinations involving animals

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Homobonus-MT8

Aisle

48653-1598

Shelf

45089-8641-569

Date of Collection

June 15, 1949

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OriginsEdit

Beatrix Potter was a children’s author whose books usually involved animals, most famously Peter Rabbit. Her parents were artistic and interested in nature, which she inherited from them. She was a diverse student and later became a mycologist, studying fungi. She continued to write into her old age, and purchased surrounding farms to preserve the landscape. And no matter what, she always kept pets - mice, hedgehogs, rabbits, frogs, even sheep.

Effects Edit

Wearer experiences vivid hallucinations revolving around animals. They will witness real creatures of all sizes and domesticity act playfully with the user, engaging in fruitful banter. Other times, they are only interacting with empty space. Noted to make pet owners begin behaving like their animals. Best to keep away from crocodile and rhino lovers.

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