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Sir Henry Wyatt's Stone Cat
SirHenryWyattStoneCat

Origin

Unknown child

Type

Stone Cat

Effects

Allows possessor to survive without food and drink for a week.

Downsides

After week concludes user is starving.

Activation

When held in hands and squeezed.

Collected by

Agent Jacob Torres

Section

Ralston-127D

Aisle

339065-5238

Shelf

1159-5545-9940

Date of Collection

2004

[Source]


OriginEdit

Sir Henry Wyatt (1460-1537) was a French noble who plotted to assassinate King Henry. The King caught wind of his role in it but had no proof, regardless King Henry had Wyatt thrown into prison. Wyatt was kept in the cell for seven days without food and on the seventh day King Henry went to collect the body only to find him still alive. Declaring this as a sign from God that Wyatt was not supposed to die King Henry freed him and declared him innocent. Villagers spread rumors that while in prison a cat took fancy of him and would bring him food in the form of dead birds so he wouldn't starve. The feeling of hope and amazement is what helped created the stone cat that was found in Wyatt's possession. There was detail of how Wyatt was walking through the streets only to come upon a small child being bullied by others. Wyatt stepped in and rescued the little girl who in turn gave Wyatt the stone cat as thanks which he carried with him everywhere after that.

EffectsEdit

After squeezing the small figurine user loses the feeling and need for food and drink, after seven days pass the feeling of hunger reaches starvation level and food must be consumed within an hour before the body starts to devour itself.

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