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Walter Potter's Taxidermy Wire

Origin

Walter Potter

Type

Animal Taxidermy Wire

Effects

Anthropomorphic Related Properties; Can make animals walk and talk

Downsides

Can make felines smile oddly

Activation

Bending Wire

Collected by

Gerald Cooper

Section

Graham-373N

Aisle

8373-32737

Shelf

7262-2732673-3344

Date of Collection

Jan.01.1863

[Source]


Owner InfomationEdit

Walter Potter was an English taxidermist noted for his anthropomorphic dioramas featuring mounted animals mimicking human life.

Object HistoryEdit

The Cheshire Cat in the story Alice in Wonderland was a cover up by Warehouse agents to hide the effects of this artifact from the public.

EffectsEdit

Allows the user to make animals walk upon two legs, communicate using human languages, understand technology and express beliefs usually though to be reserved only for people. Any feline affected will gain a crooked, mischievous looking grin.

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