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Conrad Reed's Gold Nuggets
Gold nuggets

Origin

Conrad Reed

Type

Gold Nuggets

Effects

Intensifies confusion

Downsides

Places strain of hauling dirt and stone on the body

Activation

Placing in an open container

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Plutus-637D

Aisle

392088-4826

Shelf

318018-1759-348

Date of Collection

May 25, 1943

[Source]


OriginEdit

In Cabarrus County, North Carolina, 12-year young Conrad Reed found a large yellow rock while fishing. The family used it as a doorstop until a jeweler recognized the 17-pound nugget for what it truly was. The Reed patriarch accepted a week’s wages in exchange. He later realized the costly error and began prospecting the area, causing a local stampede of miners in search of quick fortunes. From 1799- 1820s, the Reeds panned and excavated enough gold to become the premier supplier in the United States.

EffectsEdit

Activates when placed in an exposed container, such as an unclosed jar or bucket. Increases confusion in the wielder. Misinterpretations and brain fog become common, causing people to think slower and choose wrong. Causes habitual load on the body similar to removing plenty of soil without break. Guaranteed to give your whole back a crick.

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