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Jar of Algonquian Maple Syrup

Origin

Algonquian Peoples/French and Indian War

Type

18th Century Jar of Maple Syrup

Effects

Insnares those touching the syrup.

Downsides

Eventually will smother anything touching it.

Activation

Opening Jar

Collected by

HG Wells and William Wolcott

Section

Food Aisle

Aisle

28763-29762

Shelf

674839-3827-2833

Date of Collection

Jan 29th, 1892

[Source]


Origin Edit

Originally gifted by the Algonquin people of Tadoussac (Modern day Quebec) to the English as a faux attempt at peace. It was during the French/Indian war that this specially blessed jar of syrup was given to the English soldiers in order to slow them down and trap them in the extremely sticky syrup.

Only one jar is known to have survived.

Effects Edit

When opened, the jar will spread over everything it can touch, rendering everything touching it immobile. If the jar is continued to be open, the syrup will spread further and further, often smothering those trapped in its sticky syrup.

Collection Edit

Collected by H.G. Wells and William Wolcott on Jan 29th, 1892 in London, England.

Originally put in the trap aisle until current renovations, which the artifact was re-shelved.

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