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Abacus
Abacus

Origin

瘋狂的數學 (Unknown Translation)

Type

Abacus

Effects

Solving problems with Abacus can lead to Complex problems that will shut down user(s) brain. (Commonly Rational Thought)

Downsides

User(s) mind usually slides into insanity, leading to the conclusion to kill off all problems that effect either the user or others.

Activation

Solving problems with Abacus

Collected by

Unknown; Warehouse 7

Section

Scientia-732T

Aisle

023847-8279

Shelf

3984-3923-83732

Date of Collection

Unknown

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OriginEdit

Throughout history the Abacus has been a Major tool in Calculation, Mainly through parts of Asia for Artimatic. It's original owner was a the son of a Algorist, he was known not to the brightest of his brothers and sisters, in fact his Father pushed him to into studying Artimatic. As his hatred and confusion with his Father continued, this Abacus was shown abuse as he tried to understand the mathematics. Eventually his frustration with the forced carrier drove him to insanity, leading to his Father's Murder. This Abacus absorbed the Insanity that the boy forced out onto and the over clouding judgement he had over his Father's choices.

EffectsEdit

Touching or maneuvering the Abacus does absolutely nothing, but solving problems with help of the Abacus, complexes the mind and any problems that the user tries to solve after use becomes so complex that it shuts down parts of the brain that deals with rational thought. The User then feels compels to get rid of the X as they repeatably state, by killing people that make "Problems" to them or others.

CollectionEdit

It is unknown who collected it.

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