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Mask of Anubis
Anubis mask

Origin

Unknown (Egyptian pantheon?)

Type

Ceremonial Mask

Effects

Wraps the wearer in linen bandages as in mummifying them

Downsides

Suffocation

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Agents Aden Taylor and Matt Sordens

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Tut-7361

Shelf

3632-6533-461

Date of Collection

May 19, 2013

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OriginEdit

Nothing is known about the origin of the mask, wether it was worn simply by a priest or chief embalmer, or the physical god of funerals himself.

EffectsEdit

Wearing the mask or simply bringing it too close to the face will cause linen bandages to fly from inside the mask and envelop it's victim, suffocationg them. The result is similar to a conventional Egyptian mummy. If the bandages can be controlled or is the mask can be safely worn is not known.

TodayEdit

After a ping involving a 'gift-wrapped thief', the Warehouse agents were drawn into a bizzare case of artifact thieves that had been going back several years. The trail leading to one Mrs. von Dichi, Agents Aden Taylor and Bri Rependata, accompanied by Old Bone went to confront her. This meeting did not go as planned and Mrs. Dichi, revealed to be both the ringleader of several thieves, a collector or artifacts and somehow connected to Walter Sykes, escaped with her collection. 

A clue she left behind led the team to Genoa, where they found the mask and retrieved it at a museum display for the myseriously absent cloak of Lord Byron. A sticky note on the inside of the mask directed the Warehouse crew to their next destination, Portugal.

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