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Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin's Pocket Watch
RobertHoudin

Origin

Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin

Type

Pocket Watch

Effects

Exterior Translocation initiation

Downsides

None Identified

Activation

Opening

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Houdin-39G

Aisle

612841-3542

Shelf

825812-2293-270

Date of Collection

August 4, 1898

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OriginEdit

Jean Eugène Robert-Houdin is considered by many as the father of modern magic, inspiring many later artists with his writings and inventions, including Harry Houdini. When he started “conjuring”, Houdin retained it as a side hobby along with his career as a watchmaker. After he discovered the wider community of magicians, he became seriously invested in it as a lifestyle. Several of his tricks, such as Second Sight or Houdin’s Portfolio, involved sensing objects someone else was interacting with or destroying and then summoning back props from the audience.

EffectsEdit

This artifact allows for item teleportation, where one object will always appear where there was none before. But if used with another artifact it can allow for item transference.

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