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Fei Lian's Bag of Winds
FeiLian

Origin

Fei Lian

Type

Silken Bag

Effects

Unleashes powerful gales

Downsides

None

Activation

Opening

Collected by

Steve Jinks

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Tzu-6194

Shelf

38292-3828-234

Date of Collection

2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

Fei Lian is the Chinese God of the winds, and typically takes the form of a chimera with the head of a sparrow, body of a stag, bull horns and a serpent tail. He is known as a troublemaker and frequently used his bag of winds to stir up trouble for both gods and mortals. His reign of mischief was eventually stopped by Houyi, the divine archer, who punctured his bag with an arrow. Patched and still very powerful, it was being used to cause chaos in a Shang-Hai fish market to act as a distraction for thieves. It was safely secured by Agent Steve Jinks.

EffectsEdit

The effects of the bag are simple in design, but devastatingly powerful. When opened, violent gale force winds will rush out in the direction it is facing. The winds can be strong enough to topple houses and uproot trees at its strongest. The flow of air can be controlled by restricting the opening of the bag, making it possible to create a focused but still powerful stream of wind. Puncturing the bag or leaving it unopened is unwise, as the winds tend to escape very violently, creating typhoons and other natural disasters.

As a precaution, it is not allowed to be used in conjunction with other wind producing artifacts, such as Odysseus’ Bag , Hero's Aeropile and Henry Morgan's Sword to prevent the winds size and speed from getting out of control.

CollectionEdit

Collected by Agents Steve Jinks and Felix Draco in Shanghai, China when there were incidents of people being blown down but strong gusts of wind.

Steve's report was: "I'm at a fish market in Shang-Hai, which has experienced strong gale-sized bursts of wind that have knocked over people and caused several serious injuries."

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