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Lawrence of Rome’s Gridiron
Gridiron

Origin

Lawrence of Rome

Type

Gridiron

Effects

User can survive direct contact with fire and hot objects

Downsides

User still feels the sensation of burning

Activation

Touching near something hot

Collected by

Warehouse 5

Section

Ralston-127D

Aisle

94255-6384

Shelf

53189-2265-890

Date of Collection

526 AD

[Source]


OriginsEdit

Lawrence of Rome was one of the seven deacons of ancient Rome, serving under Pope Sixtus II, who were martyred during the persecution of Emperor Valerian. Lawrence distributed donations to the poor when one day a prefect was so angry with what Lawrence had done that he placed Lawrence on a gridiron to cook. After he had suffered the pain for a long time he supposedly said the famously cheerful remark, "I'm well done. Turn me over!"

EffectsEdit

Whoever touches it will become physically invulnerable to fire and hot substances. They will not experience any physical injury, as all skin and muscle will show no signs of burning. However, the user still experiences the pain of being burnt. While it is helpful tending to an activated fire artifact, it is not a popular choice to use. Only those with a strong pain threshold and will can power through the downside of the artifact.

It has been noticed that when the artifact is neutralized, it releases a puff of a powdery like substance that automatically cools down everything in the vicinity and stops the burning sensation.

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