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| name= Werther Box
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| manufacturer= [[Cuthbert Sinclair]]
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| use= As safe, to contain [[Nadia's Codex]].
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| powers= Mental Manipulation <br> Caused anyone touched it hallucinating and eventually driven them to commit suicide
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| appeared= ''[[The Werther Project]]''
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| location= In a house of the St. Louis chapter of [[Men of Letters]] <br> Destroyed by [[Dean]]}}
 
The '''Werther Box''' was an enchanted vault created by the former member of the [[Men of Letters]], [[Cuthbert Sinclair]]. It was created to hold a special [[Nadia's Codex|codex]] stolen from the [[Grand Coven]] [[witch]] [[Nadia]], and ensure that the codex does not fall into the Coven's hands again.
 
The '''Werther Box''' was an enchanted vault created by the former member of the [[Men of Letters]], [[Cuthbert Sinclair]]. It was created to hold a special [[Nadia's Codex|codex]] stolen from the [[Grand Coven]] [[witch]] [[Nadia]], and ensure that the codex does not fall into the Coven's hands again.
   
The Werther Box came with a "security system" wherein anyone who attempted to open it, without doing the proper ritual first, was struck with a spell that led to the person killing themselve. The warding spell was so potent that it reached a theoretical rate of 98% lethality.
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The Werther Box came with a "security system" wherein anyone who attempted to open it, without doing the proper ritual first, was struck with a spell that led to the person killing themselves. The warding spell was so potent that it reached a theoretical rate of 98% lethality. The only way to turn off the protection spell is a special ritual must be performed to deactivate it.
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In aftermath, it later destroyed by [[Dean]] just to be sure.
   
 
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Revision as of 09:26, April 23, 2015

The Werther Box was an enchanted vault created by the former member of the Men of Letters, Cuthbert Sinclair. It was created to hold a special codex stolen from the Grand Coven witch Nadia, and ensure that the codex does not fall into the Coven's hands again.

The Werther Box came with a "security system" wherein anyone who attempted to open it, without doing the proper ritual first, was struck with a spell that led to the person killing themselves. The warding spell was so potent that it reached a theoretical rate of 98% lethality. The only way to turn off the protection spell is a special ritual must be performed to deactivate it.

In aftermath, it later destroyed by Dean just to be sure.

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