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Moses Quinby's Bee Smoker

Origin

Moses Quinby

Type

Bee Smoker

Effects

Releases a pleasant amount of sweet smelling smoke.

Downsides

Victims of the smoke renders them docile and content of their surroundings.

Activation

Smelling the smoke

Collected by

K. Applebalm

Section

Delmon-223

Aisle

3278-24325

Shelf

1900-3456-2977

Date of Collection

Jan 14th, 1919

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OriginEdit

Moses Quinby (April 15 or 16, 1810 – May 26, 1875) was an American beekeeper from the State of New York. He is remembered as the Father of practical Beekeeping and the Father of commercial beekeeping in America. He is best known as the inventor of the Bee smoker with bellows. He was the author of numerous articles and several books on beekeeping.

EffectsEdit

Releases a pleasant amount of sweet smelling smoke as victims of the smoke renders them docile and content of their surroundings. On another note, a side effect of using the bee smoker, it leaves the user smelling slightly like honey.

CollectionEdit

Collected by Kyle Applebalm on Jan 14th, 1919 from St. Johnsville, New York.

It is used in Contingency Plans to render agents docile. Also good for crowd control if a artifact is at the heart of a fight.

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