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Mi Fu's Bamboo Scrolls
Bamboo scroll

Origin

Mi Fu

Type

Bamboo Scrolls

Effects

Release thick fog

Downsides

User will need to visit mountains to feel calm and peaceful

Activation

Unraveling

Collected by

Warehouse 6

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

381195-6701

Shelf

248446-5894-233

Date of Collection

1141

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OriginEdit

Mi Fu was a Chinese painter, poet, and calligrapher born in Taiyuan during the Song Dynasty. In painting he gained renown for his style of painting misty landscapes. This style would be deemed the "Mi Fu" style and involved the use of large wet dots of ink applied with a flat brush. His poetry followed the style of Li Bai and his calligraphy that of Wang Xizhi. His uninhibited style made him disliked at the Song court. As a personality Mi Fu was noted as an eccentric. At times they even deemed him "Madman Mi" because he was obsessed with collecting stones and even declared one stone to be his brother. Hence he would bow to his "brother" rock in a display of the familial devotion given to older brothers.

EffectsEdit

When unraveled creates a thick, misty fog around the surrounding area. Gives the viewer an urge to visit mountain ranges, giving a calming effect on the viewer.

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