Brick from the Great Wall of China


Great Wall of China




Dropping between two enemies creates a stone wall


Takes the lives of nearby bystanders to build it



Collected by

Warehouse 7


The Dark Vault


Podium 61

Date of Collection



Origin[edit | edit source]

The Great Wall of China is a stone, brick, soil and wooden wall in northern China built by various Chinese dynasties to defend against Mongol attackers and various warlike tribes. Construction began in the 7th century BC, but most of what remains today is from the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644). Some estimates put the number of workers who lost their lives during construction from thousands to a million.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When dropped between two opposing forces, it recreates a large stone wall. To do so, it takes the lives of anyone nearby, except the users and their opponents. The size and strength of the wall is directly dependent on the age and health of the lives taken.

Agents have noted that when observed, the clay in the brick seems to writhe as if something were trying to escape.

Storage and Handling[edit | edit source]

Placed on a podium in the Dark Vault with a sturdy placement around the base to prevent it from falling, and a clear, strong case around it to prevent the artifact from moving.

Neutralizer gloves are mandatory. Artifact must be carefully handled to prevent accidental activation, NEVER DROP THE ARTIFACT.

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