Blindness Inducing Candelabra


Medieval Monks




Causes blindness




Close Proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 8 Agent


The Dark Vault


Podium# 62

Date of Collection

1490 AD


Origin[edit | edit source]

Before the printing press, all books had to be written and copied by hand. The people who were responsible for this during the Dark Ages were religious monks. Lettering, stylist rendering, and illustrations were all done by hand, sometimes into the dead of night, with nothing but candlelight for illumination.

Usage[edit | edit source]

The candelabra was placed in the Dark vault because of its tendency to activate by close proximity to people. Once someone is in range the candles will light one by one until they blaze with incredible brightness. The light will become so bright that it will render all who see it blind.

When it is not active the candelabra seems to suck light out of the surrounding area, giving the room a dark, gloomy atmosphere.

Collection[edit | edit source]

It was believed that the incredible eye-strain from too many late nights copying manuscripts robbed one monk of his eyesight. His despair over the loss of his ability to write created the candelabra. Agents were alerted to the artifacts' presence after all the monks in the abbey suddenly lost their sight. Luckily the artifact was neutralized and their senses were returned to them.

Storage and Handling[edit | edit source]

Stored within a two-foot radius neutralizer field. Placed near Yatagarasu's Feather.

Neutralizer gloves and goggles are mandatory. If needed to move from the podium for any length of time, place into a neutralizer container within one minute to prevent blindness.

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