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Jefferson Randolph "Soapy" Smith's Soap Bar
Round soap mould

Origin

Jefferson Randolph Smith

Type

Soap Bar

Effects

Protects washer of shooting bullets.

Downsides

The effects only last for a set amount of time, then the soap wears off.

Activation

Washing with the soap

Section

Out and About List

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OriginEdit

Jefferson Randolph "Soapy" Smith II (November 2, 1860 – July 8, 1898) was a famous con artist, saloon and gambling house proprietor, gangster and crime boss of the nineteenth century old west. His most famous scam, the prize package soap sell racket, presented him with the sobriquet of "Soapy," which remained with him to his death. He died in spectacular fashion in the shootout on Juneau Wharf in Skagway, Alaska.

This particular bar of soap was imbued with bullet deflecting properties.

EffectsEdit

When a person washes with this bar of soap, the person become invunerable to bullets until the soap is washed off.

CollectionEdit

This artifact is currently not in the Warehouse and is still at large.

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