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Margaret Cavendish's Inkwell
Mortar

Origin

Margaret Cavendish

Type

Inkwell

Effects

Collects emotional energy of outliers, allows user to redirect and shape the rules of one concept.

Downsides

User feels compelled to be philosophically adverse.

Activation

Proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Sprague-72C

Aisle

650824-3715

Shelf

291145-6785-219

Date of Collection

June 12, 1759

[Source]


OriginEdit

Margaret Cavendish was an English aristocrat, a prolific writer, and a scientist. Born into a royal family, she took up writing, science and philosophy by her own teachings. Many of her works detailed her opinions upon gender, social structure, scientific inquiry and thought processes. Her achievements include writing The Blazing World, considered one of the earliest works of science fiction, and being the first woman to attend the highly intellectual Royal Society of London meeting.

EffectsEdit

Attracted to more free-spirited, norm pushing rebellious sorts who love to challenge authority. The well collects small samples of people’s personalities, not enough to cause any noticeable behavior changes. However, enough contributors will charge the next person with artifact energy. This is indicated by the level of ink, full meaning it is currently in use.

The user is allowed to reshape the laws and perceptions of any one concept, such as honor, class, language, curiosity, fame, love and wealth. Engrossed by all this power, the user will try to implement their own unique philosophies upon other topics, to varying degrees of success and failure.

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