Scallop Shell of Zebedee
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Origin

Zebedee

Type

Scallop Shell

Effects

Rains fire on the nearest town or village

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Reuniting the two halves

Collected by

Warehouse 9

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Cross-2657

Shelf

570868-12253-0461

Date of Collection

1547

[Source]


Origin[edit | edit source]

Zebedee was the father of James and John, two disciples of Jesus Christ, according to all four gospels of the Bible.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When the halves are reunited, they cause fire to rain down onto the nearest town or village. The effect is not broken by separating them and can only be stopped by the protests of a holy man (e.g.: saint, reverend, priest).

It was noted to be an artifact the Paracelsus loved to use if he came into a village that was “uncooperative”.

Apostle Relics
Simon's Saw Shards of the Cross of AndrewJudas Iscariot’s Thirty Silver Coins Philip's Basket Statue of Bartholomew Thomas' Carpentry Square Matthew's Tax Lodger Nails from the Crucifixion of St. PeterScallop Shell of Zebedee Matthias' Axe Jude's Carpenter's Rule Jame's Fuller's Club
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