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Raven Feather
Raven
"Corvus corax!" - Agent Taylor's trigger to transform

Origin

Raven (Trickster and Creator god in Haida myth)

Type

Raven Feather

Effects

Grants the power to become a raven

Downsides

Raven instincts, language barrier

Activation

Initial transformation: Being pricked by the tip. All others: Thought

Collected by

Agent Taylor

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Cherokee-1278

Shelf

88812-1278-045

Date of Collection

January 29, 2013

[Source]


A transformation artifact that is harmless and playful

AppearanceEdit

A perfectly preserved and clean Common (Northern) Raven feather.

CreationEdit

Exact details are unknown.

CollectionEdit

Agent Taylor was visiting the grave of Edgar Allen Poe when he caught sight of a raven feather lying on the tombstone. When he went to brush it off, the tip scratched his hand and triggered the artifact's effect and turned him into a raven. After a brief freak-out, he calmed down and focused on his human form and bagged the feather. When talking with other agents, they decided that the fact that it was with Poe's grave was a coincidence: it was actually related to a Creator/Trickster God, Raven, and was promptly shelved.

AbilitiesEdit

After being pricked, the user can shape-shift into a raven at will, even when the artifact itself is neutralized.

The only major downsides are the raven's instincts, due to how intelligent the birds are. If the user doesn't have the will to control the body in tandem with the instincts (each time they transform), they will become a raven permanently. Also, while the human in question CAN speak in a human language when in the raven form after mastering it, the person in question can only speak in Native American languages

Also, after being used four times, the ability vanishes.

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