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Immanuel Kant's Pocket Watch
ImmanuelKantPocketWatch

Origin

Immanuel Kant

Type

Pocket Watch

Effects

Increases thought

Downsides

Causes extreme paranoia

Activation

Held

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Psyche-764

Aisle

3764-1532

Shelf

25761-3845-665

Date of Collection

2011

[Source]


OriginEdit

When Immanuel Kant (1724 - 1804) was 46 he received the pocket watch from a friend, David Hume as a gift. David didn't know the paranoia effect that watch had and its powers only increased when in Kant's possession. Other philosophers dubbed this period in Kant's life as his Silent Decade because even though he locked himself in his house he still communicated through mail and that's how his friends learned that Kant's mind was starting to fall apart. After the decade was over Kant managed to place the watch in his safe, not removing it for just under twenty years.

EffectsEdit

Hands on the clock rotates backwards, watching these actions places voices in user's head that convinces them that people are out to kill them and take their work for their own. In history books Kant died of poor health however upon collection Agents discovered that Kant had taken to eating his own work to prevent others from taking it.

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