Odin's Ravens
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"Odin did that every day? How on earth did he handle that?"-Juan Horado

Origin

Unknown; Odin

Type

A pair of raven amulets

Effects

Information Collection

Downsides

Physical and mental strain

Activation

Wearing and wishing to gather specific information

Collected by

Warehouse 8 (first); Juan Horado (WH13, second)

Section

Origin Circle

Aisle

Mjolnir-1271

Shelf

88812-1271-018

Date of Collection

1457 (first);
September 18, 2019 (second)

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A pair of raven amulets which can be used separately, but they are two halves of one artifact. The ravens ' appearance, when placed side by side, appear reminiscent of the Chinese symbols yin and yang, although both ravens are the same color.

Origin[edit | edit source]

According to mythology, Odin had two ravens named Huginn and Muninn, which traveled the world daily to gather information and returned to him. Able to speak his language, it is said that this is how Odin became very wise.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The amulets are a bifurcated artifact. Both artifacts, even when worn separately, can be used to obtain whatever information the user wishes to gather. The process is very slow when used separately.

Even when used together, however, the process can take some time, as the entire history of what the user would like to know is laid out before the user. Even searching for a single object can take awhile, depending on the age of the object.

The user will experience physical and mental strain after use. The more information the user wishes to obtain, the more drained the user will feel. Excessive use can lead to death.

Collection[edit | edit source]

The first amulet was collected from Patay, France in 1457 after several merchants found rare items that were supposedly tough to find. It was noted that one of the merchants had died from use of the artifact by the time Agents arrived to collect it. Only one amulet was found, although it appeared as if there could be a second part to the amulet.

In September 2019, during a trip to Norway, Agent Juan Horado discovered the Amulet in ruins of an old Norse town.

Notes[edit | edit source]

During the era of Warehouses 9 and 10, the Regents occasionally authorized the use of the Amulet for cases where dangerous artifacts needed to be collected. However, due to the high risk that resulted in the death of an Agent in 1696, the Regents decided to no longer use this artifact and look for safer ways to gather information.

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