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Jar of Dust from the Mount Asama Eruption
Jar of Dust from the Mount Asama Eruption

Origin

The Mount Asama Eruption

Type

Dust

Effects

Reveals hidden people in settlements

Downsides

Causes the earth to flake into airborne particles

Activation

Pouring onto the ground

Collected by

Warehouse 13 Agents

Section

Socotra-86V

Aisle

738646-0219

Shelf

84254-7831-978

Date of Collection

1921

[Source]


OriginEdit

Mount Asama, located in Japan, erupted in 1783 causing widespread damage. The three-month-long eruption produced andesitic pumice, pyroclastic flows, lava flows, enlarged the cone and sent dust into the atmosphere. Due to the amount of dust sent into the skies it exacerbated what was already known as the "Great Tenmei Famine" destroying crop and crop production for the next five years. The eruption killed 1400 people initially and an additional 20,000 from the famine left in its wake.

EffectsEdit

When spread on the ground will show city where people are hidden, whether alive or deceased. Living signals will appear more vibrant and shaky, while the dead just stay in their place. Causes nearby ground to break apart with minimal force, throwing dirt particles into the air and subsequently the lungs.

CollectionEdit

Was taken from Talaat Pasha after his capture and subsequent bronzing

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