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Buster Crash Test Dummy
Buster
Buster after many experiments

Origin

Mythbusters

Type

Crash Test Dummy

Effects

Comes to life and will do the user’s commands

Downsides

Is easily damageable and prone to “incidents”

Activation

Speaking

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Logie-453V

Aisle

Theory-010C

Shelf

33623-3362-332

Date of Collection

March 17, 2015

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OriginEdit

Buster came off of the Discovery Channel show Mythbusters, where hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman test myths, rumors and stories to see if the believed results are supported by scientific evidence. Many of the myths featured involved their crash test dummy, Buster, who is a human analogue for blunt force trauma and body damage. Introduced in the first full season of episodes in 2004, Buster has endured car wrecks, burns, falls and an assortment of other tests; he has been rebuilt several times.

EffectsEdit

Buster will animate and do simple tasks that involve motor skills when said to do so. He has large amounts of surface damage from his escapades but is still structurally strong. He easily breaks under impact events but quickly starts to reassemble and mend himself when his parts are brought back together. Also, due to his forced service as the human analogue to sometimes idiotic, dangerous and impossible events, he has developed a tendency to suffer “incidents” while completing a task.

Storage & HandlingEdit

Stored on a shelf by itself in the Television Section. Usage of this artifact is recommended only for tasks which prove especially dangerous. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR ARTIFACT HANDLING.

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