C.S. Lewis' Dining Chair
Chair CSLewis.jpg

Origin

C.S. Lewis

Type

Chair

Effects

Exudes a sleep agent

Downsides

May result in permanent unresponsiveness

Activation

Sitting

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Morpheus-418H

Aisle

265770-4954

Shelf

5899737702-159

Date of Collection

June 12, 1965

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Origin[edit | edit source]

While the original owner is believed to have been a respected (yet horribly lazy) dignitary of the 18th century, Mr. Lewis is credited as its most influential owner.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The chair, which inspired both the incidences in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and The Silver Chair (though the latter was amped up to distinguish between the two times it was used), creates a lethargic toxin which infects anyone who sits in it, until they fall asleep indefinitely. Removing the person from the chair will only reverse the effects if the person has yet to fall asleep - if that fails to occur, the sleeping person will only awaken by oral ingestion of an anti-toxin.

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