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Korean Taijitu Sculpture
Taijitu

Origin

Korean Taijitu Sculpture

Type

Taijitu Sculpture

Effects

When the two halves of the sculpture are split apart, it causes living things within a certain proximity to act the complete opposite of their normal nature.

Downsides

The Longer the two halves are apart, the stronger their individual powers become.

Activation

Splitting the two halves

Section

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OriginEdit

Carved during the fourteenth century by a Korean artisan and philosopher who wanted to unify the three kingdoms of Korea, it was imbued with the longing for peace and unification.

The Sculpture remained in Korea for centuries until the 1940s when Japan invaded Korea in World War II. Taken as one of the "spoils of war" the sculpture was stolen from the temple it was housed in and due to its absence, caused a internal battle between Korea which lead into the Korean War and eventual split into North and South Korea.

EffectsEdit

When the two half's of the sculpture are split apart, it causes living things within a certain proximity to act the complete opposite of their normal nature. Such as a person who would never commit crimes would suddenly start committing crimes. The Longer the two halves are apart, the stronger their individual powers become.

CollectionEdit

Has yet to be collected. But has been tracked to somewhere near Porta Rico.

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