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Hubert Wolfe+585 Sr's Letterpress
Letterpress-damon-peets

Origin

Hubert Wolfe+585 Sr.

Type

Letterpress

Effects

Gives the user a mastery of the last language used in the press.

Downsides

Destroys the user’s ability to write.

Activation

Using it

Collected by

Prof. Draco

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

62093-5481

Shelf

18622-7566-401

Date of Collection

March 8, 1993

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OriginsEdit

Hubert Wolfe+585 Sr. was a typesetter in Philadelphia known for having the longest name ever given and recorded. The ‘585’ signifies how many more letters are in his surname. He came to attention because many had trouble spelling and pronouncing his name, from judges to phonebooks to voter registration forms. He has received the Guinness World Record for longest name from 1975 to 1985, when they did away with the record. A photograph of him in the book has his shortened name misspelled.

His full name is linked to here. Hubert Wolfe+585 Sr.

EffectsEdit

The Letterpress lets the user master the language last used in it, from understanding it to letting the user speak it fluently. It also causes the user’s writing ability to fall apart; this effect is permanent. However, the use of certain artifacts have been known to fix the user's writing ability.

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