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Huangbo Xiyun's Hanfu
Hanfu

Origin

The Huang-po Story; Huangbo Xiyun

Type

Hanfu (Chinese Clothing)

Effects

Allows wearer to increase surface tension on any liquid they step on

Downsides

Liquid effected, momentary will become solidified.

Activation

Wearing, then stepping on liquid

Collected by

Nick Renson, Myka Bering and Pete Lattimer

Section

Grimm-764J

Aisle

9287-2679

Shelf

39872-39827-98622

Date of Collection

July 15, 2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

From the original story:

He met a magical being once and he wasn't too sure about this man, but decided to travel with him.  They travelled along together talking and laughing and telling stories.  This person seemed unusual.  He had unusual eyes and there seemed something odd about him.  Huang-po was curious and walked along with him.  They came to a swollen valley stream and Huang-po stopped and looked at his companion. His companion said, "Come on," and just walked across the water in the story.  Then he looked back and said, "Come across; come across."  Huang-po upbraided him saying, "You foolish fellow.  If I'd known you were a mere wonder worker, I would have broken your legs."  And the other monk sighed in admiration, according to the story, and said, "You're a true vessel of the teachings of the Great Vehicle."  After this he disappeared.

CollectionEdit

Originally owned by the stranger that Huangbo Xiyun met and passed down the generations to the convected serial killer Timothy Xiyun that used the Hanfu as a way to walk on the lake water and kill his victims. The Hanfu was collected by Nick, Myka and Pete after chasing him into the murky lake in Michigan.

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