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Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos' Desk
Walnut table

Origin

Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos

Type

Writing Desk

Effects

Transfers land rights between two parties

Downsides

Dissatisfied people will turn into wheat

Activation

Writing two parties names on it

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

889470-2683

Shelf

513372-2020-299

Date of Collection

December 29, 1864

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OriginEdit

Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos was an author whose most famous works involved agrarian land use. He pushed for the elimination of such a concentrated amount of land in the hands of the wealthy in favor of agricultural land for the common use. This was meant to help Spain’s people become wealthier, making the country more stable and rich. Many of his ideas were inspired by Adam Smith’s The Wealth of Nations, which stated self-interest would help motivate economic excellence. Although his proposal received little support in Spain, it translated well across the Atlantic, where it garnered influence in Mexico.

EffectsEdit

Writing the names of two or more parties and their properties while on the desk activates it. Crossing out each individual building or land parcel’s name and rewriting it under a new person transfers ownership of said territory. All business records will change to match and only the involved parties will remember that the ownership was different. Anyone who becomes enraged and confronts the other parties will subsequently turn into grasses of wheat among their former lands.

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