Golden Nugget Ashtray
Golden Nugget Ashtray


Golden Nugget Casino




Any object placed inside begins to turn into gold, even if it is pulled out of the ashtray.


If something is touching the object that is being turned into gold, then the effects of the artifact would affect it as well.


Placing something into the ashtray.

Collected by

Mr. Stall


Jean Nicot-9U





Date of Collection




The Golden Nugget Las Vegas is a luxury casino-hotel located in Las Vegas, Nevada on the Fremont Street Experience. The property is owned and operated by Landry's Restaurants. The Golden Nugget was originally built in 1946, making it one of the oldest casinos in the city. Jackie Gaughan at one time owned a stake in the hotel as part of his many downtown properties. Steve Wynn bought a stake in the Nugget, which he increased so that, in 1973, he became the majority shareholder, and the youngest casino owner in Las Vegas. In 1977 he opened the first hotel tower and the resort earned its first four diamond rating from Mobil Travel Guide. It was the foundation for Wynn's rise to prominence in the casino industry. The second hotel tower opened in 1984 along with the showroom, and the third tower was opened in 1989. On May 31, 2000, the Golden Nugget (and all of Steve Wynn's other properties) was sold to Kirk Kerkorian; the consolidated corporation was known as MGM Mirage and has been the largest casino corporation in Las Vegas since that date.


Mr. Stall was sent on a mission where an artist who specialized in sculpture was bringing out brilliant pieces of work using gold, though on one night when they revealed a life size statue of a person a friend of theirs seemed to have disappeared around the same time. So after checking the work done by the artist, and following them around carefully, he managed to find their workshop and see them move an engine around and out of sight, then about ten minutes later they saw a gold replica of it. At that moment, the manager of the artist entered the workshop and started to argue with the artist. When it seemed that the artist was going to get hurt, Mr. Stall went in and kept the two from going at each other with his zapper.

After looking around he found the ashtray, and after talking to the two he was told that the artist was working with the friend that went missing to use the ashtray to turn things into gold and use them for their art. The manager wanted to use the ashtray to get rich and got into an argument with the friend, and in the heat of the moment, the manager shoved the friend who bumped into the ashtray, which had a pen in it being turned into gold, which then fell of them and they started to turn into gold as well. In the end, as the friend started to turn into gold, they decided to become the artist's piece of work and struck the pose the statue is in at the show. With all that said, Mr. Stall took the ashtray, and he didn't bother to report the manager in, as they would live with the guilt for the rest of their life.

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