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Item: Ball-Point Pen

Designation: Office Supply

Storage Contact: Oscar Blonk

Number in Storage: 1


Standard ball-point pen found in use throughout professional and personal circles. Labelled with company name “Pen-O-Gram”. No writing utensil manufacturer known to exist. Retrieved by Special Security from Human Resources after passing through numerous departments over the course of several days and after multiple attacks and workplace accidents. Initial origins unknown.

Red plastic cap.

Reason for storage:

Pen writes in what testing confirms to be pig blood, and anyone using it to write out the name of a person or object appears to receive their request within a 48-hour period. Upon receipt, the author of the “wish” (for lack of a better term) is fatally injured by said person or object unless physically separated from it immediately.

Final Order: Permanent Closed Storage

Further Notes: Nothing of note, it's simple enough to lock down a single inanimate pen. On a personal level, though, we're wondering if the anecdote about Doppsman and the $1,000,000 worth of paper cuts is true.

Visitor Comments

What you've heard is true, yes. It's small comfort, but at least it arrived in hundreds and not singles.

I'm wondering if we should knock this down to Temporary Storage and let Ritual take a crack at ironing out the kinks. In the hands of our brain trust, this could be a very useful tool for the company.

storage/blood_pen.txt · Last modified: 2016/02/12 09:17 by slimebeast