Luke Howard's Wine Glass
Wine glass.jpg

Origin

Luke Howard

Type

Wine Glass

Effects

Has the power to create rain clouds when water is explelled out of the glass and up into the air.

Downsides

Has the possablity to create powerful thunderstorms. (or blizzards)

Activation

Throwing water out of the glass.

Collected by

Albert Mathison

Section

Intersection of Sedelma 2299A and Ferris 9729K

Aisle

2829-871731

Shelf

289-982-9186

Date of Collection

June 12th, 1880

[Source]


Origin[edit | edit source]

Originally owned by the british manufacturing chemist and amateur meteorologist, Luke Howard who contributed to the science of the nomenclature system for clouds by giving them names.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Has the power to create rain clouds when water is explelled out of the glass and up into the air, could lead to thunderstorms if used more then once.

Placing an ice cube inside the glass and then throwing it creates snowing clouds.

Placing any other liquid then water inside the glass has a interesting effect when thrown. The rain cloud turns into a thick 'pea soup' smog that can sufficate anyone around it, if the area is not properly ventilated.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Collected by Albert Mathison on June 12th, 1880. Sometimes kept in Artie's office and usually stored in the intersection of Sedelma 2299A and Ferris 9729K.

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