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Michael Malloy's Scarf
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Origin

Michael Malloy

Type

Scarf

Effects

Extremely fast regeneration from injuries

Downsides

All injuries reappear when taken off

Activation

Wearing it

Collected by

McPhilo

Section

Homobonus-MT8

Aisle

80615-336

Shelf

95821-7767-819

Date of Collection

June 12, 1983

[Source]


OriginsEdit

Michael Malloy was a homeless man living in NYC during the 1920s and 30s. He is remembered for having survived several murder attempts by acquaintances trying to collect money by insuring his life and then killing him. They first gave him unlimited credit at a bar, hoping he would drink himself to death. But, he was already an alcoholic with a high tolerance, so they decided to poison his drink with antifreeze, turpentine and rat poison, which still didn’t kill him. They tried dousing raw oysters in wood alcohol, which failed. The men realized Malloy had an iron stomach, so they tried freezing him and running him over; both attempts failed. Their final attempt, forcing gas onto him, finally did the deed. When word spread Malloy had died, along with the killers bragging, the plot was discovered. One was sentenced to prison time, while the other four were executed by electric chair.

EffectsEdit

When worn, it lets the wearer survive any injury, no matter how life threatening it should be. It seems to have a particular resistance to intoxication, poisoning, freezing and hit-and- run accidents, but a vulnerability to gases of all kinds. The downside is that when taken off, all injuries appear simultaneously.

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