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Nicodemus' Balm
Terracotta pyxis

Origin

Nicodemus

Type

Ointment

Effects

Stimulates cellular regeneration

Downsides

Visible cloud of dead skin cells covering applicant in darkness

Activation

Use during twilight hours

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

Aradia-027T

Aisle

6728400-9461

Shelf

348126-7605-755

Date of Collection

296 AD

[Source]


OriginEdit

Mentioned thrice within the Book of John, Nicodemus's first appearance was a sit-down talk with Jesus. Nicodemus tries to comprehend the terms "born again" as a literal and spiritual rebirth. Jesus finds it odd that a religious leader among many cannot understand such a concept surrounding religious change. His second mention is reminding judges that the trial of Jesus must come before the sentencing. Final verses explain Nicodemus returned after the crucifixion with embalming spices to help prepare the burial.

EffectsEdit

A hundred pounds were carried for the ceremony, now roughly a quarter that amount survives. Composed of myrrh, aloes and extinct Judaen date palm oil.

Applying to injuries during twilight hours regenerates nerve growth. Stimulating the damage in both body and brain allows the user to reach new epiphanies from the re-ordering of neural pathways. Accelerates aging processes such as nail growth and skin shedding, causing a nebulous cloud to follow the afflicted. The dead cells often absorb light and slowly envelop their immediate person with darkness. Most that pass within range often lose sense of their surroundings, often tripping headfirst into obstacles.

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