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Guillermo del Toro’s Notebook
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Origin

Guillermo del Toro

Type

Notebook

Effects

Makes a person constantly see monsters of all sorts.

Downsides

While some of them are hallucinations, others are corporeally real. Telling the difference can be tough sometimes.

Activation

Reading it

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Dionysus-336

Aisle

95581-362

Shelf

25014-4877-937

Date of Collection

November 2006

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OriginsEdit

Guillermo del Toro is a renowned film director and screenwriter known for his smash hit movies usually featuring monsters. His repertoire of films includes Pan’s Labyrinth, Hellboy and Pacific Rim.

RetrievalEdit

Around the beginning of November 2006, del Toro left his idea filled notebook in the back of a taxi. He went berserk over losing it, until the cab driver promptly returned the notebook two days later. In actuality, the driver was hired by a Warehouse agent to steal the notebook, send it to Univille and give back an exact duplicate to del Toro. This was because a spate of artifact retrievals and a low amount of field agents prompted Artie to get creative in his snagging.

EffectsEdit

The notebook makes anyone who reads it be plagued with visions of monsters around every other corner. This is worsened by the fact that it is not limited to one reader. Multiple people can see/hear the same or different entities. To make matters worse, some of the monsters physically exist and are not just in someone’s mind. However, if the user cannot understand the language or is illiterate, the artifact will not activate.

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