Historical Reports of 115

The Sword of Hades

Date and Location

290 AD in Thessalonica, Roman Empire

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An unknown blacksmith forged a broadsword with a blade made of 115. It was reported that anyone killed by the sword would reanimate shortly after, stand completely still and say nothing until killed again. The sword was later lost in the Mediterranian when a ship carrying it to Rome sank.

Fire Color

Date and Location

1475 in Rome, Italy

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An unknown Italian painter used ground up 115 a well as other ingredients to make a turquoise dye for paint. When first applying the paint with the dye in it the canvas he was using immediately caught fire and almost lead to his death.

Insanity Beads

Date and Location

87 BCE in Persia

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A Persian trader named Al-Pareel made a necklace of prayer beads with 2 of the beads made out of 115. Al-Pareel wore the necklace while traveling on the Silk Road from Persia to Egypt, however the constant presence of 115 caused him to hallucinate and lead him to deem the beads cursed and bury them in Egypt.

High-Explosive Musket Balls

Date and Location

1602 in King's Lynn, England

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An unknown priest fashioned a musket ball out of 115, believing it to be holy and hoping bullets made of it would not kill but incapacitate a target. The priest had a rifleman fire the ball from his musket at a tree, however the musket ball exploded on impact and destroyed the tree. The priest later wrote to the Catholic Church, condemning 115 and referring to it as "Satan's material."

The Demon Farm

Date and Location

2198 BCE near Kish, Akkadian Empire

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An Akkadian farmer named Ulukukin uncovered a small piece of 115 in his fields and displayed it in his hut. Ulukukin later died in his home, the presence of 115 eventually revived him in an aggressive, zombified state. He was killed when he began attacking civilians in Kish.

Mystical Banner

Date and Location

1843 in Edo, Japan

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An unknown Japanese woman used ground up 115 as well as other ingredients to make a turquoise dye. She used the dye to create a flower pattern flag that was given to a local trading ship and flown from the mast. The ship later set sail on a trade mission for Rome. However the ship seemed to vanish in the Pacific Ocean as it never arrived at its stop in Mexico and no wreckage was ever revocered.

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