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C. S. Lewis' Wardrobe
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Origin

C. S. Lewis

Type

Wardrobe

Effects

Opens to a person’s favorite imaginary world.

Downsides

Regular injuries can become fatal.

Activation

Creating an imaginary world, opening it and entering.

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Mov-562W

Aisle

74132-562

Shelf

5212-6523-441

Date of Collection

January 4, 1976

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OriginsEdit

C. S. Lewis was a writer and a Christian apologist, writing fantasy and Christian apologetics and was a friend of J. R. R. Tolkien. He died November 22, 1963, along with another famed author, Aldous Huxley. Both their deaths received minimal media attention compared to the assassination of John F. Kennedy that same day. Some of his famous novels include The Screwtape Letters, The Space Trilogy and his famed Chronicles of Narnia.

EfectsEdit

Lewis did not know the wardrobe was an artifact until later in life, after he wrote his most famous stories. When an imaginary scene is created, that world is accessible to the creator and anyone else through entering the wardrobe. Like in the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, time passes at different rates inside and outside the wardrobe. The downside is that normally treatable injuries become magnified in severity, which can quickly result in a person's death if they are not careful.

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