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John Joshua Webb’s Rock Chippings
John Joshua Webb’s Rock Chippings

Origin

John Joshua Webb

Type

Rock Chippings

Effects

Can create holes in any building or structure

Downsides

User becomes more inclined to shoot first

Activation

Placing against/on a wall or floor

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Cooper-243R

Aisle

844203-7625

Shelf

17429-6720-533

Date of Collection

November 27, 1934

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OriginEdit

John Joshua Webb moved to Dodge City, Kansas and became an outlaw, constantly changing posses. He faced many of the lawmen of the era, including Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. He was imprisoned for a shooting and sentenced to life imprisonment alongside fellow prisoner and gang member Dave Rudabaugh. They and five others escaped from their prison by slowly chipping away at the jail cell walls.

EffectsEdit

The chippings from their cell can create a hole in any structure, no matter how thick it is. Simply place the pieces against the wall or floor, and they shall rapidly eat through the material. The hole’s size grows the longer it is left alone; however, the largest opening it can make fits about two people. The user will become unwilling to listen to others and more likely to attack them.

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