Sedna's Seashell
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Origin

Inuit Mythology

Type

Scallop Shell

Effects

Produces endless supplies of seawater and foam

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Opening while submerged

Collected by

Matt Sordens

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Cherokee-1278

Shelf

88812-1278-003

Date of Collection

12 June, 2013

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Origins[edit | edit source]

The exact nature of it's origins are unknown, but it is known that is originated from the waters of Greenland and is connected to the Inuit Goddess Sedna, the Mother of the Seas.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When the shell is opened and submerged in water, it releases an unstoppable flow of cold seawater and foam. The water is always crystal clear, and the foam has detoxifying properties, able to cleanse and neutralize any toxins and poisons in the water. If the shell is opened outside of water, a small pool will form in the bottom shell, but it will not reform if emptied until the shell is closed and re-opened again.

History Today[edit | edit source]

The shell was one of many artifacts used by Marie Guichon to distract the Agents while she infiltrated the Warehouse. It nearly flooded the B&B before it was collected and neutralized by Agent Sordens. It's cleansing properties were later used to clear the neutralizing system of Iocaine poison.

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