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François Xavier d'Entrecolles’ Porcelain
200px-Ming plate 15th century Jingdezhen kilns Jiangxi

Origin

François Xavier d'Entrecolles

Type

Porcelain

Effects

User becomes very observant and quick to learn, letting them locate important secret information

Downsides

Revealing the information usually ruins the subject’s livelihoods

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Pinkerton-435K

Aisle

69056-6765

Shelf

81233-4068-197

Date of Collection

May 1820

[Source]


OriginEdit

François Xavier d'Entrecolles was a Jesuit priest who learned the secrets to manufacturing Chinese porcelain. He sent a comprehensive report on the process back to France, where porcelain came onto the mass market afterwards. The new widespread product led to the decline of Chinese porcelain in the market and is now considered one of the first cases of industrial espionage.

EffectsEdit

The user will become more observant of small details and will better understand complex processes. With these skills, the user gains a knack for locating sensitive and important knowledge. If the user publicly uses the information, those that were spied on will either be exposed or ruined.

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