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Ginnie Wade's Bread Dough
Bread dough

Origin

Ginnie Wade

Type

Bread Dough

Effects

Can be molded and formed into any shape

Downsides

Pressure will cause the formations to violently explode

Activation

Rolling

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Sun Tzu-28D

Aisle

28D-02D

Shelf

01927-1863-054

Date of Collection

April 15, 1875

[Source]


OriginEdit

Ginnie Wade was a resident of Gettysburg whose life was tragically cut short by the Civil War battle. At age 20, she was kneading dough when a Minié ball shot through her door and passed through her heart, killing her instantly. She was rested at Evergreen Cemetery, where her mother brought 15 loaves made from Ginine’s dough.

EffectsEdit

Rolling it and applying heat will cause the dough to harden into any shape the user wants. The created pieces can be used for replacement parts or extra hardware, although they cannot form a fully functioning machine. Reapplying heat allows the user to endlessly mold the dough into other forms. However, moderate amounts of pressure can cause cracking and instability within the pieces. More intense forces will cause the construct to shatter into shards, piercing everything nearby.

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