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Afghan Bronze Vase
Zombievase

Origin

Alexander the Great/Nick Renson
(Presumed) Zombie outbreak

Type

Small bronze vase

Effects

Humans that come into contact with vase will begin a cycle of zombie attacks, death, and repetition.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Contact

Collected by

Alexander the Great
(placed in Macedonian column in 329 B.C.)
Nick Renson (2013)

Section

Noosphere-28N

Aisle

Romero-637B

Shelf

84894-448556-4334

Date of Collection

Collected around 329 B.C.
Retrieved 7/13/13

[Source]


OriginEdit

329 B.C., AfghanistanEdit

An unnamed Macedonian column built by the legendary conqueror Alexander the Great (now Nick Renson) was visited many times by Soviet Special Forces during their own war of occupation. Five miles from the monument, one unit discovered the ancient remains of what is believed to be Hellenic Army barracks. Among other artifacts, there was a small bronze vase.

Its inlaid pictures show:

  • (1) one man biting another;
  • (2) the victim lying on his deathbed,
  • (3) the victim rising up again; and back to
  • (1) biting another man.

The circular nature of this vase, as well as the pictures themselves, could be evidence of an undead outbreak either witnessed by Alexander/Nick or related to him by one of the local tribes.

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