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Johannes Gutenberg's Printing Press Keys
Movable type cabinet

Origin

Johannes Gutenberg

Type

Printing Press Keys

Effects

Duplication of objects or people

Downsides

Causes copies to crumble and wrinkle after a set amount of time

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Various Warehouses have collected various keys

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

984723-34892384

Shelf

2873469-48023500-34141258

Date of Collection

Various Dates

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OriginEdit

Coming directly from the first printing press that Gutenberg ever built, these various set of keys were imbued with instantaneous duplication properties.

EffectsEdit

Possessing one of the keys allows the owner to copy themselves or objects into any sort of medium. If used outside of any type of paper, eventually the objects or person will start to crumble and wrinkle into dust.

Owners of the type are also prone to bouts of writing and gain a want for publication of various written works by the owner.

The keys must be shuffled every so often to redistribute the energies they give off together.

CollectionEdit

181 of the original 290 letter keys are stored in the Warehouse, the rest are out in the world somewhere, still being hunted.

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