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James M. Barrie's Suitcase
Vintage-suitcase

Origin

James M. Barrie

Type

Suitcase

Effects

Allows the user to fly

Downsides

Makes the user's shadow come to life

Activation

Holding the suitcase and thinking happy thoughts

Collected by

Artie Nielson

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

842B-9037C

Shelf

BFC-7542-89325

Date of Collection

03-04-1999

[Source]


OriginEdit

James M. Barrie (May 9, 1860 - June 19, 1937) was a Scottish author and the creator of the famous series of Peter Pan novels. These novels are about the adventures of a boy who never grows up and can fly living in the magical land of Neverland, and Barrie's love of this character is what created this Artifact.

EffectsEdit

By holding the suitcase and thinking happy thoughts, the user is able to fly just like Peter Pan. The downside, however, is that their shadow will come to life. The shadow will remain active even after the Artifact is neutralized and will continue to cause as much mayhem and mischief as it can, but can be returned back to its regular state by either rubbing it with a bar of soap or by sewing it back to the owner's feet (Which is quite painful if you're not covered in pixie dust).

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