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Charles Dodgson's Rosary
Beads

Origin

Charles Dodgson

Type

Rosary

Effects

Stronger muscles, enhanced flexibility, better ease of movement, and heightened eyesight

Downsides

User quickly ages and becomes more irritable

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Garrett Scott, Felix Draco and H.G. Wells

Section

Grimm-596I

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OriginsEdit

The Great-Grandfather of Charles Dodgson, the writer, and also the subject of this great-grandson's poem, 'You Are Old, Father William,' a parody of Robert Southey's poem, 'The Old Man's Comforts and How He Gained Them.' The rosary was reportedly passed down the family until it disappeared, most likely stolen by a burglar and sold to the highest bidder.

EffectsEdit

The rosary, when held or worn, increases jaw and upper body strength, flexibility, and eyesight, no matter the age of the user. However, it also rapidly increases age and irritability.

CollectionEdit

Collected by Agents Garrett Scott, Felix Draco and Helena G. Wells when reports came in of an old lady that robbed a bank and physically outmaneuvered the police.

Helena’s report was: "An elderly woman robbed a national bank and easily evaded potential captors and security, using unexpected strength and flexibility, before fleeing in her car which has not yet been recovered. No elderly homes have reported any of their occupants missing."

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