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Jean Froissart's Mirror
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Origin

Jean Froissart

Type

Mirror

Effects

Allows the user to see the images of the past 4 hours.

Downsides

Only "records" for a total of four hours.

Activation

Holding a candle near the mirror.

Collected by

Warehouse 8 Agents

Section

Ovoid Quarantine

Aisle

457835-76545

Shelf

8642378-75467-279076

Date of Collection

circa 1500s

[Source]


OriginEdit

Owned by the medieval French author and historian Jean Froissart, mainly during his time as a clerk in his youth.

In 1357, Jean started to discover that someone had been stealing various coins from the bank he worked at, coming directly from his workstation. The owner quickly pointed fingers at Jean. He was furious at the accusations from his boss and set out to prove his innocence. Jean bought a mirror from a traveling merchant who told him that it would quickly solve the problem. Showing him the mirror and how it worked, Jean bought the mirror to use at his place of work to catch the thief.

Setting up the mirror the next day, the thief was caught and his accusations were cleared by his boss.

EffectsEdit

When a source of light (preferably a lit candle) is near the mirror, the images of the past four hours appear. The artifact records almost everything in the vicinity and holds it for four hours.

CollectionEdit

The artifact made it's way into the hands of Warehouse 8 and was used very often up until Warehouse 12, where it was slightly cracked and then quickly put out of use.

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