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Geber's Battery
Ancient battery

Origin

Jabir ibn Hayyan

Type

Ancient Battery

Effects

Generates its own energy source

Downsides

Loss of lingual functionality

Activation

Placing near initial energy

Collected by

Warehouse 7

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

121604-8994

Shelf

379209-4242-315

Date of Collection

1254

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OriginEdit

Jabir ibn Hayyan , known in Latin as Geber, was a prominent polymath: a chemist and alchemist, astronomer and astrologer, pharmacist and physician, engineer, geographer, philosopher, physicist. His works are considered by many as the basis of modern chemistry, many of which were derived from his research into alchemy. He placed emphasis on the usefulness of experimentation, whether on medicine, geology or astrology. Many of his texts were in code and unintelligible to non-students, which some named gibberish.

EffectsEdit

Placing near a small source of energy, such as a flame or light, will initiate the battery’s power sequence. It will continuously generate energy usable as electrical and chemical power until snuffed out by a combination of mercury and sulfur, elements Geber believed defined the properties of all metals. It also has the tendency to make all users suffer from lingual dysfunction, unable to coherently speak or write even simple sentences.

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