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Ice Age Fossils
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Origin

Robert Falcon Scott's Terra Nova Expedition

Type

Plant Fossils

Effects

Encases objects in ice and preserves them in a cryogenic state

Downsides

Living things can only be kept frozen for a maximum of two weeks before they die

Activation

Throwing

Collected by

Early Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Martel-394S

Date of Collection

18 January 1916

[Source]


OriginEdit

Robert Falcon Scott led a team of explorers to the Antarctic regions twice. On his second trip, the Terra Nova Expedition he reached the South Pole onto to find that Roald Amundsen's Norwegian expedition had gotten there first. On his way back to base camp his team found plant fossils in the ice, but then died. People can only be preserved for a maximum of two weeks before their blood completely freezes and kills them.

EffectsEdit

When the fossils are thrown they will encase the object they strike within a thick layer of ice. If thrown on the floor they will create sheet of ice covering the ground for a maximum of 14 meters. The ice acts as cryogenic storage, perfectly preserving the object inside.

CollectionEdit

Recovered from agents after the paleontologist examining them become encased after accidentally dropping one on his foot.

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