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Mohamed Bouazizi's Gas Can
Gascan

Origin

Mohamed Bouazizi

Type

Gas Can

Effects

Flames inspire revolutionary overthrow of authority

Downsides

Effects are heavily amplified when a person is lit

Activation

Dousing something, or someone, in gas then setting them on fire

Collected by

Mr. Stall

Section

Gandhi-503JH

Aisle

865-1320 846-1520

Shelf

98523-2006-163

Date of Collection

March.8.2010

[Source]


OriginEdit

This is the gas can that Bouazizi used to set himself on fire in front of the governor's office after being harassed and having his cart and items confiscated. Bouazizi is said to be the catalyst of the Tunisian Revolution, and even the Arab Spring.

CollectionEdit

Mr. Stall managed to retrieve this artifact after wandering around Tunisia while using Harriet Tubman's Thimble to hide himself. There were rumors of an artifact relating to Bouazizi around the area, but they couldn't go marching on in there so the warehouse had to be careful. But with a little luck Mr. Stall managed to find the gas can and get it out of the country.

EffectsEdit

If the can is filled with gas, then whoever is using the can must be the one to set an object or a person on fire. They must have a strong hatred toward authority and have been mistreated. The flames will emit a strong sense of revolution into those near by who see the flames, which will then lead to protests days after the event. Works better if a person, or more importantly the actual user of the gas can, is set on fire.

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