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Li Bai’s Rosewood Wall Panels
Chinese Carved Rosewood Wall Panels
Chinese Carved Rosewood Wall Panels

Origin

Li Bai

Type

Rosewood Wall Panels

Effects

Gives off bursts of philosophical and writing insight

Downsides

Causes erratic behavior, intoxication and loss of balance

Activation

Placing in one’s home and writing

Collected by

Warehouse 6

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

173507-4998

Shelf

26248-301-76

Date of Collection

1145

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OriginEdit

Li Bai was a Chinese poet celebrated in his day for his seeming genius in poetry. His known body of work numbers over a thousand separate pieces, many of which detail ideas of friendship, nature, solitude and merriment. Many of his pieces appear in modern Chinese poetry classes. Bai reportedly died when he jumped off a boat into a river while trying to gaze at the moon’s reflection.

EffectsEdit

Gives the user random bouts of philosophical and story-telling insight, or sudden creative flashes. The user must have it placed within their home and write something involving creativity to activate the object. After use, the user’s behavior turns unpredictable; they become mildly drunk and experience a loss in balance.

It is recommended to only use during the daytime or have the curtains drawn if affected at nighttime. The user will gain a deep interest in the moon when they see it and will lose focus of all other tasks. They will shunt out most external stimuli and will wander around unaware of possible dangers such as moving cars or cliff ledges.

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