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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Disintegration Machine
3420628 1 l

Origin

Arthur Conan Doyle

Type

Teleportation Device

Effects

Destroys objects on a molecular level and re-creates them in a different place.

Downsides

Prone to malfunction.

Activation

Activating manually

Section

Mov-562W

Aisle

343-9978

Date of Collection

January 18, 1930

[Source]


OriginsEdit

In 1929, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote a short story as part of his ongoing 'Challenger Series' featuring an inventor and his contraption, a machine that could disintegrate solid matter and re-assemble it. Though Doyle passed away shortly after the completion of his story, his forays into science-fiction had attracted the attention of the still-young Warehouse 13. Going through his personal belongings, Agent M.C. Escher found a small hidden room containing a few curios, a working copy of the infamous Disintegrator among them.

EffectsEdit

The Disintegrator works much as it did in the original story, being able to disassemble and re-assemble matter. Time has not been kind to the device, however, and it is prone to malfunctioning occasionally. Regular upkeep and modifications by the Warehouse's resident techie Claudia Donovan have maximally reduced occurrences of malfunction and by hooking it to a GPS system, allows the Warehouse crew to transport items anywhere in the world. It is still rarely used for living things, as it remains unpredictable at times.

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