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Liss Seltzer Bottle
LissSeltzerBottle

Origin

N/A

Type

Seltzer Bottle

Effects

When one uses the bottle, and the liquid comes into contact with an object, the object freezes to the point it can be shattered when hit with a hard blow.

Downsides

N/A

Activation

Using the bottle.

Collected by

Mr. Kipling

Section

Food-888

Aisle

3587-853

Shelf

26475-8462-351

Date of Collection

June.29.2013

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OriginEdit

The soda siphon (also spelled syphon), also known as the seltzer bottle or siphon seltzer bottle is a device for dispensing carbonated or soda water.

Soda syphons were popular in the 1920s and 1930s. The rise of bottled carbonated beverages and the destruction of many of the siphon manufacturers' plants in Eastern Europe during World War II led to a decline in their popularity in the years after the war. These bottles are still commonly used in some bars to make drinks.

EffectsEdit

When the bottle is aimed and the liquid inside sprayed at an object, it will freeze into a brittle ice-like state that can be easily shattered with a well placed blow. The area of effect depends on distance, smaller areas occur at close range, though the effect sets in faster. Larger areas require about two feet of distance and freeze much slower. Objects thaw and retun to a normal state as if frozen in ice, surrounding temperature having a noticable influence.

TodayEdit

After a report came in of a stretch of houses being broken into, but all the locks were frozen and broken, Mr. Kipling went down to Miami to check out what was going on. At first he couldn't connect anything, but after noticing that the owners of the houses had hired a clown for their children's parties, he checked out where the man lived. He easily found the stolen objects that were taken, and when the clown found him looking around, they both got into a scuffle. Mr. Kipling easily subdued the clown with his gun and figured out it was the seltzer bottle that allowed the man to do his crime. The artifact was bagged, and the clown was arrested. He keeps the bottle on hand, just in-case he needs to use it. 

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