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Nezumi Kozō’s Bag
Patchwork bag

Origin

Nakamura Jirokichi aka Nezumi Kozō

Type

Bag

Effects

Enhances user’s senses to locate valuable

Downsides

Regularly transforms user into a rat

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Fagin-AD556

Aisle

490628-7905

Shelf

682943-4888-246

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OriginEdit

A thief from Edo (modern day Tokyo), Nakamura Jirokichi became a legend memorialized in kabuki, song and film. By the time he was caught and executed, he had stolen from over 100 different samurai estates and acquired 30,000 golden ryō ingots during his career. Near poverty when apprehended, stories grew after his death that he returned the wealth to the poor to insult the ruling classes. Jirokichi’s nickname was based on the words Nezumi, rat, and Kozō, errand boy and pickpocket.

EffectsEdit

Increases the awareness of valuable objects within the immediate area. Sight, hearing and even smell become more sensitive to find valuables – tasting the chemical structure of counterfeit money, smelling the paint off-gassing from Renaissance masterpieces, even recognizing by sight when architecturally wrong dimensions may be hiding a vault. The effects continue to strengthen until they transform into a large rat, which lasts for some time before reverting back.

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