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Laozi's Calligraphy Brush
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Origin

Laozi

Type

Calligraphy Brush

Effects

Writing a person’s name lets the user write out the person’s thoughts

Downsides

Saps life from the person until they fade away into nothing

Activation

Writing someone’s name

Collected by

Warehouse 7

Section

Socrates-953A

Date of Collection

1256

[Source]


OriginsEdit

A Chinese philosopher who is thought to have lived during the 6th century BCE, Laozi is accredited to promoting wu wei, an aspect of Taoism that says that people truly in harmony with Tao act not because they should, but because it is the natural thing. This brush is what Laozi used to write his teachings, and what eventually caused his disappearance.

EffectsEdit

Writing the name of a person with the brush will allow the user to write directly from the target's mind, effectively putting their life onto paper. Unfortunately, doing so drains the life of the target as well as their physical being, eventually causing them to fade away.

CollectionEdit

It was rumored to be causing an incident in Crackerjack, Oklahoma, but it was quickly dismissed when it was found the Warehouse had already bagged it centuries before.

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