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Charles Dickens’ Desk
Dickens by Watkins 1858

Origin

Charles Dickens

Type

Desk

Effects

Lets any story come true

Downsides

People created can become a nuisance

Activation

Sitting and writing on it

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

731185-6814

Shelf

48572-6873-468

Date of Collection

March 3, 1882

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OriginEdit

Charles Dickens is one of the most famous authors in the world, writing stories such as “Oliver Twist”, “Great Expectations”, “A Christmas Carol” and “A Tale of Two Cities”. His stories are well read today due to their famed characters, social commentary and literary skill. Many of his works came out in serial installments to build anticipation and to tweak the plot along the way.

EffectsEdit

Any story the user speaks will suddenly come into existence. Elements of fiction and the appearance of new people and locations are nothing creatively. The more detailed the speaker is, the more realistic their plot devices will become. People created can sometimes become mischievous or greedy sorts and will cause trouble for the user. To get rid of them, the user simply has to add more to their story. Or, they can record their description of the character and simply delete it and the person.

TriviaEdit

Inspired the Twilight Zone episodes A World of His Own and Cold Reading.

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