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Carl Ray's Paint Brushes
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Origin

Carl Ray

Type

Paint Brushes

Effects

Transforms animals into paint

Downsides

Causes drunken behavior

Activation

Touching an animal

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

86205-6731

Shelf

19853-6803-426

Date of Collection

October 12, 1984

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OriginsEdit

Carl Ray was a First Nations Canadian artist best remembered for his paintings of animals. He took a long time to take the practice up professionally, as it was considered taboo to paint the sacred beliefs of his people. Ray was killed in a drunken brawl at the age of 35.

EffectsEdit

When it touches an animal, including humans, its cells transforms into paint. The animals are still alive and biologically function in the same way as before. However, they are vulnerable to water, as they are likely to ‘run’. The user themselves will get dizzy and fall into drunken behavior after a few uses.

To keep the brushes calm and inactive, they are dipped in paint every month.

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