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Chinese Baoding Balls
Baoding

Origin

Ming Dynasty China

Type

Exercise Balls

Effects

The balls produces high pitch frequencies that focus on the limbic system, calming down everyone within a 40 yard radius.

Downsides

After prolonged use, it eliminates the ability for people to experience any sort of 'fight or flight' emotions.

Activation

Clinging together

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OriginEdit

A pair of ancient baoding or hand held exercise balls from the Ming Dynasty.

EffectsEdit

When the user rotates them in his or her hand, the clanging of the balls produces high pitch frequencies that focus on the limbic system, calming down everyone within a 40 yard radius. The effect lasts up to an hour when the frequencies are out of range. The balls can, if used for a long enough time, allow the user to eliminate the ability of people to experience any sort of 'fight or flight' emotions.

When held together, the balls form the Daoist symbol of balance, the yin and yang symbol.

CollectionEdit

Collected during the reign of Warehouse 9.

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