Hygroscopic Wet Floor Sign




Wet Floor Sign


When placed on a surface that has a liquid on it and it must touch the liquid; the sign suddenly absorbs the liquid. When picked up and placed back down on the floor, it releases all the liquid it took in.




Ability activates when placed on a surface that has a liquid on it and it must touch the liquid. Its second effect happens when the sign is picked up and placed back on the floor.

Collected by

Artie Nielson, Mr. Stall, Myka Bering, Pete Lattimer, Claudia Donovan, Steve Jinks







Date of Collection



Origin[edit | edit source]

The origin of this artifact is unknown.

Today[edit | edit source]

Mr. Stall, Pete and Myka were drawn to a bank robbery where an entire room was filled with water, almost drowning those inside, though they were lucky that a person was able to break through the glass on the door, allowing the water to pour out. As Myka checked the footage, Pete and Mr. Kipling checked the scene, and in a short while Pete noticed that a wet floor sign that was knocked over earlier seemed to have the entire area around it dry, despite that the carpet was really soaked. Even though they didn't believe it could be an artifact, they tested it out by nudging the sign with a stick to see if it did anything, but it fell over. When Mr. Stall picked it up and set it back up-right, water suddenly poured out of its base, soaking his shoes.

Noting that the sign was the artifact both agents wondered why it was left at the scene of the crime (they later found out that one of the robbers was going to go back at night and take it away). It was then that Myka called them to show them the video footage, and all they saw were the robbers not armed with guns, but a lot of different objects. Knowing they were facing a large group with many different artifacts, they all agreed on bringing in backup. So Artie, Claudia and Steve showed up, and with their combined efforts, they were able to find the robbers and all of the artifacts that they had with them.

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