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Firewood from the Execution of Jacques De Molay
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Origin

Execution Of Jacques De Molay

Type

Wood

Effects

Cursing someone while using it will make them die within a year

Downsides

Causes the user to spontaneously combust after uttering the curse

Activation

Holding it

Collected by

LordHighSubtitute

Section

Nero-637H

Aisle

331-2913

Shelf

13908-23082-399

Date of Collection

2.8.13

[Source]


DescriptionEdit

The firewood is a meter in length and charred on one end.

OriginEdit

Jacques De Molay was the Last Grand Master of The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon also known as The Knights Templar. The King of France back then had a large monetary debt to the Knights Templar and wanted all of the Orders assets. The King acused the order of witchcraft, heresy, sodomy, etc. because these acts was punishable by death. The Papacy, from which the knights had received special protection, was forced to remove their protection. On 18 March 1314, Jacques De Molay was burned at the stake at Île de la Cité in Paris. Before the flames consumed him he cursed both the Pope and the King of France. In less than three months both the King and the Pope died.

ActivationEdit

When used, the charred end of the wood will produce a fire which will travel along the wood. The flame won't harm the user if they do not utter a curse at someone. If the person using it utters a curse, then the flame would consume the user, turning the user into a pile of ash. The wood however would not be affected by the flame and will remain as it is.

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