Charred Chicken Feathers
Chicken.JPG

Origin

Unknown

Effects

Explosive Chicken Call

Downsides

Effect(s)

Activation

Lit by sunrise

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Lupis-912F

Aisle

7612-34D86

Shelf

32467-9813-5432

Date of Collection

25 May 1878

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Chickens are one of the longest domesticated animals in human history, and were likely done so all over the world where their immediate antecedents, various varieties of junglefowl, could be found. That junglefowl naturally crow during the morning tied the rooster to the morning symbolically all the way up to the modern day.

Though likely initially kept for sport, chickens became tied intrinsically to civilization. With domesticiation, they were able to have year-round egg laying. Easily adaptable to many environments and foods, chickens require very little attention from humans to not only sustain themselves, but raise the next generation of fowl. Even the poorest of agrarian homes have been able to sustain a flock.

There are now hundreds of different types of chickens in the world, as people have selectively bred them for eggs, meat, both, or even just exhibition.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Imbued with the squabble of a particularly loud rooster and the business end of his owner's shotgun one morning, these charred feathers create a loud chicken cry that wakes everyone in a 7 km radius once they are exposed to the rays of sunrise. They have proven to have no appreciable effect on the affected’s alertness or irritability right after awakening.

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