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  • Ok, so we need to make an official descision on what to do about Nick. Obviously, as his creator, Wiles gets final say. Due to his involvement in several stories already I'm heistant to abandon him altogether.

    What we do know: He became immortal sometime during Warehouse 1's reign, possibly just after. History recorded him as dead and he was missing for many hundreds of years, possibly resurfacing from time to time under different aliases. He finally returned to the Warehouse during Warehouse 13's time, where his identity became officially known. 

    We need to either sort out the history of or completeley change the following pages: Alexander the Great's Bronze BreastplateAlexander the Great's Xyston and the Tree of Idun. Thoughts?

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    • Tough, they're being brought into this. They're a part of this story whether you like it or not. And I know you don't.

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    • The Consortium is part of Felix's story, not Nick's, but I know you just brought them up as an example.

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  • Hey Wiles, can you draw up the floorplan for WH 9, I think it is just an extended version of the minatour's labyrinth. Remember, do this when you can please, it would be nice to have a map for every WH well except WH 13 you know because it is always growing. Please, do this while you can ok.

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    • Well you have to remember Alexander the Great is regarded as one of the greatest military leaders in history who concur much of the known world. Im sure he had the funds to build anything he wanted xD. 

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    • Hmm... yeah you are probably right, he could hire specific workers to create the first warehouse. Last time I checked, the warehouse page did not say underground. Hhmmmmm.

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  • Hey Wiles. I'm having an issue, and since you have infinitely better software and skills, perhaps this is more in your ability range than mine. I had a cool idea to have a couple of the Display Cards be animated, in the few cases where it's applicable. As you may recall, I use Powerpoint to make my cards, which works great customizing each one and turning it into an image. However, my efforts to turn the GIF cards into individual pieces of work has been . . . . less than successful. I can get the images to work (occasionally) on the slideshow, but when I try to save it as a GIF image, it stops working. I have all the information on the cards figured out, just not a "working card" (I'm planning on saving each image to a flashdrive or SD card and putting it into a digital picture frame. I've no clue if that'll work or if it needs to be a different type of file, but I'll cross that bridge when I come to it). So, I was wondering if you might be able to work your wondrous magic on it?

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  • Hey Wiles. I had Draco go through some of the pictures that Griff added during his brief tenure here as site pest, and he found accurate images for most of them. However, there were a few he can't find, and I was wondering if you could either draw or, if applicable and you feel like it, make some. Draco found out some things about some of these, and I'll include those findings here as well. Hopefully you can do something with them. The artifacts are these:

    • Chimariko Tribe Shaman Drum (I did find out that they may have used basket drums, and were find of simple geometric patterns on wicker.)
    • Timon of Athens's Toga (A simple white toga on a mannequin is hard to find, actually, especially one that would be as worn and ruined as Timon's likely would have been.)
    • Ludwig II of Bavaria's Cloak (Ludwig II was a proud nobleman from the 19th century, and would have had no business wearing a cloak of any sort. Unless it's meant the ermine one used for coronations, but that was likely a legacy item used for successive rulers if he even wore it at all. The only picture I can see of it is in portraits, and those were never really posed for in the way we imagine.)
    • Amulet of Hapi (Whoever did the page for the Hapi amulet is making it very difficult. No chance of finding something exactly as described on the page, I won't even look. That's a Wiles job, although the description doesn't even seem possible in an ancient Egyptian minimalistic style.)
    • Vlad III's Hat (Would you believe that in 600+ years, no-one has made an decent replica of the hat/crown from that famous portrait? No-one. Apparently wasn;t even his real crown, since the Wallacian crown looks very different. I couldn't even find a source telling me what kind of hat/crown it even is. Seems to be unique to him.)
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  • It looks like there are ten artifacts on Artie's list, so I'll give ten. I'm not sure if you wanted their storage locations or not, but you can let me know if you do:

    • Falchion: Forged sword; Never dulls and destroys artifact apparitions (Last checked: April 19, 2016)
    • Emu War Wind Chime: Wind chime with feathers on chimes; increases avian military IQ (Last checked: September 20, 2015)
    • Roger Federer's Tennis Racket: Pro Staff Tour 90 Racket; Alters density and tennis skills (Last checked: May 3, 2015)
    • Ear of Dionysius: Human ear; hears prisoners' conversations (Last checked: July 12, 2015)
    • Porygon Statue: Statue of Pokémon Porygon; cyberspace exploration (Last checked: October 18, 2015)
    • Sailor Mercury's Transformation Pen: Blue pen with Mercury sign on top; transformation into Guardian Mercury (Last checked: April 19, 2016)
    • Wicked Bible: Misprinted 1631 Royal Printers Bible; commit adultery (Last checked: November 12, 2015)
    • Burning Coins: Two quarters, three nickels, five pennies and two dimes (or 12 American coins, for short); heat to 200 degrees F (Last checked: October 30, 2016)
    • José Delgado's Transmitter: Remote with two buttons; anger transference from bulls (Last checked: June 10, 2015)
    • Egyptian Sex Manuals: Two Egyptian scrolls and a tablet; perform complex sexual acts (Last checked: June 20, 2015)
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    • Cool! Although I noticed the Burning Coins say "Last Checked: 11/24/95", which is a little off, and the Ear shows the same date as the Statue. But aside from those, this looks amazing! Thanks so much!

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  • Hey, Wiles. I have a question about the index cards on the display cards. Do you know what all of the initialed stuff means, per chance? Specifically, PRH, LLAP, and NNSP. I'm asking Garr as well, but I thought since you have made so many display cards, maybe you had some idea what they might mean. Or if you had any guesses as to what they did mean? I already Googled the initials, but nothing really stood out for those three as something one could adapt to artifact storage?

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  • Did you happen to save any of the images from the auction, specifically the cards? I was hoping to see the card for Horace Westlake Frink's Bronze Baby Shoes, just to get the proper wording for the effects and a source to include on the wiki. I was stupid not to have done so myself.

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    • Oh well. I remember seeing someone's collection of ebay auctions on their ebay profile (I think it was their profile anyway). It was sorta like Pinterest's ability to create boards, if I recall correctly. There, I was able to look at some of Helena's clohtes, but I can't remember how I found it or if that still works with closed auctions.

      Speaking of which, I tried using ebay's search options to look for either "Completed Listings" or "Sold Listings" (not sure what the difference is), since I was told that was able to search for finished auctions. Nothing. Maybe because the auctions were so long ago, I'm not sure.

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    • Well it was in 2014 heh. That was nearly 4 years ago.

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  • Didn't want to clutter the Artifact ADvice message wall with a new unrelated topic, but I thought I'd let you know I found a picture of the official Van Doren Brush prop so that you can update the image on the canon wiki. Interestingly enough, it comes with a dustpan as well. I don't think it's bifurcated, but why else would it be there? Unless the WH would want to keep the entire set regardless of whether only one piece of it is an artifact or not. I'll upload it when I can.

    -Garr

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    • Yeah. I'll see if i can crop it x3

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    • hey, now that you;re back and all, do you think you can draw us some more pics for the weirder artifacts? I know you're probably busy, but you've always been the go-to guy for that and we've yet to find a replacements. Although Aff is pretty into art, he has a LOT on his plate as is.

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  • Hey man, just wanted to say you're a G for all of this


    Love it


    -Tabs

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  • I'm back and I got a new plan. Going to do groups of artifacts at a time that are related, like those on a section or specific page. When I do some of yours, like Richard Owens bayonet, I'll leave the effects to a bare minimum. Some I will be unsure of how to expand upon or what you would like written to describe the effects as you envision it. Is it alright for some pages if I make the basic template for you, infobox and origins filled, and you complete the effects?

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    • Fair enough, make whatever changes you think are best.

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    • I remeber deleting the Bleeder. I was going through the list and cropped some that had too much for one person. As for the ladle, I can shed light on that. To a degree. Macphereson was a farmer who had bumper crops with better flavour yields. The locals insisted he'd made a deal with the Devil, probably out of envy. It was in an episode of Antiques Roadshow, I'll see if I can't find it.

      Ok, the damn episode doesn't seem to exist online anymore. He's a reference https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Antiques_Roadshow_episodes

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