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Horemheb’s Ushabtis
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Origin

Horemheb

Type

Ushabtis

Effects

They animate themselves and build new structures

Downsides

The material for the new structures comes from demolishing pre-existing ones

Activation

Being left without human interaction for 30 days

Collected by

Warehouse 4

Section

Ancient Archives

Aisle

960023-8754

Shelf

222194-60493-5612

Date of Collection

450 AD

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OriginsEdit

Horemheb was the commander of Tutankhamen’s army, but later ascended to the throne as pharaoh. During his reign, he destroyed the monuments of Akhenaten and recycled their remains in his own construction projects. There has been debate about the true length of his reign, the most common two being 14 and 26 years.

EffectsEdit

A group of 14, he was given one each year he was pharaoh by an official in his court. When left without human interaction for 30 days, they animate with fully human movements, including walking and grabbing; none have ever been recorded to speak, though. Twelve of them can replicate and create and copy of themselves, which can bring the grand total up to 26 (this artifact was the source of confusion of his reign’s length).

When activated, they will build any structure they can by destroying whatever they can find for materials. They can be neutralized individually, but the remaining ones will still be active.

To prevent activation, they are randomized once a month without neutralizer gloves, as they need to contact with human skin.

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