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Mark Twain’s Fountain Pen
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Origin

Mark Twain

Type

Fountain Pen

Effects

Increases intelligence, creativity and satirical skills

Downsides

Causes bitterness towards humanity, user dies on the day of Halley’s comet passing

Activation

Writing with it

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

5048363-2754

Shelf

837742-1115-926

Date of Collection

April 27, 2014

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OriginEdit

Mark Twain, birth name Samuel Clemens, was an author and satirist best remembered for his various witty works, including The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Twain first started out as a riverboat pilot and miner before becoming a celebrated journalist and author. Twain lost large amounts of money on bad investments but was later able to fully repay his creditors, even though he had no binding responsibility to do so. Twain was born with the arrival of Halley’s comet and his death coincided with its next return and departure.

EffectsEdit

Used by Twain to write The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, the user slowly develops increased imagination, wit and intellect, but will become very bitter to the human race as a whole. Also, they will die on the day of Halley's comets passing, providing they are still alive.

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