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Jar of Greek Funeral Beans
Bean jar

Origin

Greek Funeral

Type

Jar of Beans

Effects

Eating beans causes several ghostly apparitions to appear, who are identified as local people from nearby cemeteries. Those who suffered horrible deaths are most likely to appear.

Downsides

Effects last for three days

Activation

Eating

Collected by

Warehouse 8

Section

Food-888A

Aisle

718501-8463

Shelf

924231-9087-187

Date of Collection

April 24, 1480

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OriginsEdit

Ancient Greeks often placed many foods at the foot of graves for spirits to eat on their way to the afterlife.

EffectsEdit

Eating the beans causes ghostly apparitions to appear before the eater. The spirits are those of local people from nearby cemeteries, and usually were those who had suffered horrible deaths. If there wasn't anyone in the cemetery who had suffered horrible deaths, then the spirits are random. The effects last for three days, but will last longer if the user continues to eat the beans. The Beans will replenish in the Jar.

CollectionEdit

Collected from Greece in late April 1480 after Warehouse officials received reports of people in a local village using the Beans once a year in a holiday tradition to see the people who had died. Agents gathered the Beans after the local festival ended, claiming that they wished to use the Beans in their own festival.

Storage and HandlingEdit

Stored in an aisle relating to random artifacts of Greek origins.

Neutralizer gloves are mandatory. Maintain the presence near the Ancient Greek Urn to maintain the aisle's energy balance.

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