Circe's Wand
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Circe the Witch




Transforms people into animals


Can be reversed or prevented with holy plant, the snowdrop flower


Pointing at target

Collected by

Alexander the Great's servants



Date of Collection

336 BC - 323 BC


Origin[edit | edit source]

Circe was an immortal sorceress that lived on a magical island. During his journey, Odysseus came across the island with his men. While he was alone Hermes, the messenger of the gods, warned him about Circe and gave him the magical moly plant. This would prevent her spells from working on him. When Circe transformed his men into pigs Odysseus attacked her and forced her to change them back. He spent many years with her on the island until he finally left to journey back home.

Effects[edit | edit source]

With a point of the wand the user can transform anyone into an animal. It also works on inanimate objects. If the user touches food or drinks with the wand then they shall also obtain transformative abilities.

The effects of the wand may be countered or prevented by holding or eating the moly plant, aka the snowdrop flower.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Collected by an unknown Warehouse 1 Agent.

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