Uke Mochi's Suzu
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Origin

Uke Mochi

Type

Suzu Bell

Effects

Replicates food

Downsides

Digested food will multiply and negatively affect the consumer

Activation

Ringing

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Tzu-6194

Shelf

679422-6083-299

Date of Collection

Fall 1744

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Uke Mochi is a Shinto goddess of food. She prepared crop plants and game by spitting them out her mouth after facing the location they originated from, such as rice from a paddy. Intended as a feast, her guest Tsukuyomi was disgusted and killed her, but even her dead body still produced food.

It is believed to have somehow fallen into the hands of Jesus Christ and was what allowed him to perform the signature "fish and bread" miracle as recorded in many Biblical texts.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The ringing of this bell will promote the replication of food items within a moderate area in a mitotic fashion. Use after someone has eaten, however, will result in the consumed food replicating within the eater's stomach. The results can range from simple regurgitation of the food items in question to the person's stomach literally exploding with food.

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