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Leslie Scott's Jenga Blocks
Jenga

Origin

Leslie Scott

Type

Jenga blocks

Effects

The stability of the tower is mirrored in the structure it is within.

Downsides

The structure it is within is subject to the fragility of the tower.

Activation

Constructing a tower

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Milton-2R14L5Y

Aisle

1937-006-5719

Shelf

1945-9165

Date of Collection

4/13/82

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OriginEdit

"Jenga" is a game that involves setting up small wodden rectangular blocks in a way so as to create a tower. The object of the game is to replace blocks from lower parts of the tower to the top without having the tower fall and be destroyed. This is one of the original sets that Leslie created, obtained from the V&A Museum of Childhood soon after its entry.

EffectsEdit

When the individual blocks are set up to create a tower, if it is inside a structure, the structure will mirror the integrity of the tower (i.e., if the tower topples, the structure will be destroyed. If the tower cannot be destroyed, the structure is nearly indestructible).

TriviaEdit

  • The individual blocks are rendered inert if not used as a tower, so they are stored in a horizontal row in a glass box.
  • When they were collected and their properties discovered, it was suggested to be used as a way to make sure the Warehouse couldn't be damaged; however, due to the possibility of other artifacts interfering with the tower's integrity, this idea was declined.
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