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09:33 am:

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Mab here, Prospero Inc. company gumshoe.

As part of my campaign to protect you woefully-uninformed humans from your own folly—in hopes of saving even one of you from an elf-induced death, or worse—here is some of my gathered wisdom concerning the supernatural world.

Read. Pay attention. And maybe you’ll live.

For those of you who are just coming in, we’ve started with Tsukumogami, Japanese household objects that wake up after their 100th birthday and become animate.

 

Kameosa

Name: Kameosa

Description:   A possessed jar, usually sake, but it can be water or rice. Whatever is put inside the jar never runs out. 

Where To Find It: Cabinet

Frequency: Very rare

Danger Level:  Low but you got to be careful with these.

Mab’s Eye View: On one hand, these things can be a blessing to a poor family. On the other hand, some people thing the sampo* was one of these guys. You really gotta be careful where you put it.

*Sampo—jar that produced an endless amount of whatever was put in it. Someone used it for salt. It fell in the ocean, which was fresh water back then. It’s still producing salt today. 

Kameosa-722

What I wanna know is…what's up with the Rubber Ducky?

 

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From:wolflahti
Date:February 13th, 2014 06:57 pm (UTC)
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Ooh! A never-empty jar of sake would be dangerous indeed, at least around me. :)
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From:marycatelli
Date:February 14th, 2014 12:27 am (UTC)
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Hey, that was only once. Or the sea would be filled with sake, too.
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