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Flames of Passion
The-Antique-Fireplace-Mantels

Origin

Unknown

Type

Fireplace

Effects

Ignites itself at appropriate times

Downsides

Increases libido

Activation

Proximity to passion of love

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Lucia-756V

Aisle

38068-4998

Shelf

524826-22019-735

Date of Collection

1836

[Source]


OriginEdit

The exact origins of this artifact are unknown. This fireplace had been tracked across France, Turkey, Britain and Spain before being collected in Greece. It may have been moved by it's current owner of passed from one person to another through inheritance.

EffectsEdit

When two or more people are in front of the fireplace and are about to consummate, the flames will self-ignite. The fire increases the passion of the love for as long as the act lasts, and burns brighter the more intense the couple (or however many people are present) are.

The flames flash bright yellow and red during male and female climax respectively, then extinguish once all present parties are satisfied. Being interrupted causes it to glow white-hot for a second before going out.

Felix's NotesEdit

"This can be traced from Casanova to Catherine II. None of them can be said to have 'created' the artifact, and from what I can find it was passed from womanizer to madame throughout history. No records of transfer exist though. May be a sign of sentience, in that it travels on it's own to an appropriate owner? Mrs. F has declined me the opportunity to test it. Almost as if she doesn't trust me with this artifact.

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