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Musō Soseki's Bamboo Brush Cup
Musō Soseki's Bamboo Brush Cup

Origin

Musō Soseki

Type

Brush Cup

Effects

Allows the drinker to put down thoughts, memories and knowledge directly from their mind onto paper.

Downsides

Items that come from the user's mind are permanently erased from the mind.

Activation

Drinking from the cup.

Collected by

Undocumented (Warehouse 10 Regent)

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

69843578-6425899

Shelf

468-8897532-865850

Date of Collection

circa 1640

[Source]


OriginEdit

Musō Soseki, was a Rinzai Zen Buddhist monk and teacher, and a calligraphist, poet and garden designer. The most famous monk of his time, he is also known as Musō Kokusha, a honorific conferred to him by Emperor Go-Daigo. His mother was the daughter of Hōjō Masamura (1264-1268), seventh Shikken (regent) of the Kamakura shogunate.

His cup brush became imbued with the power to extract thoughts.

EffectsEdit

After drinking from the cup, the victim's thoughts literally spill onto paper in written word. Unfortunately, the thoughts that spill from the mind of the user are not copies, but the actual thoughts and memories themselves, leaving the mind completely void of thought.

This often leaves the person mentally unstable due to the loss of thoughts.

CollectionEdit

This artifact was collected by a regent of Warehouse 10 around 1640.

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