FANDOM


Nereus' Walking Stick
Nereus' Walking Stick

Origin

Nereus (Greek Mythology)

Type

Ancient Walking Stick

Effects

Allows owner to physically change their form into anything they think of.

Downsides

Age of the user accelerates exponentially with prolonged use.

Activation

Thinking of a person while holding

Collected by

Arthur Nielson, Claudia Donovan and Joseph Barlett

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Perseus-1395

Shelf

82729-43984-80654

Date of Collection

February 23, 2014

[Source]


OriginEdit

Originally kept and used by Nereus as a staff of authority, this artifact was imprinted with Nereus' power of shape-shifting. Mainly when he manifested as the Old Man and the Sea in the ancient Greek poem, The Iliad.

EffectsEdit

When the artifact is in use, the user has the power to metamorphosis into who ever they can think of. While the artifact is in use, the user ages slowly at first, experiencing light headaches and pains. Then the skin starts to prematurely wrinkle, followed by slight sight loss, eventually aging the person exponentially.

If not neutralized, the aging will eventually kill them from natural causes attributing to advanced old age. If the artifact is grasped after another person used the artifact then the effects transfer.

CollectionEdit

This artifact was the first artifact collected by Joeseph Barlett as a Warehouse Agent, which almost killed him when he grabbed the artifact and was transferred with all of the downside that had already effected Adam Gardiner (The Bearer)

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.