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Museum Type

“A museum type can determine anything they please to be an artifact, no matter what its age or perceived worth. Even a stick of chewing gum or a lone shoe can be considered exhibit worthy by them, and such exhibits are…interesting, to say the least.”

ID: 0438
Type: Museum
Category: Storage
Height: 9.5 inches
Max Health: FANTASTIC (7)

Museum types have a pocket dimension within them in which several interesting artifacts are on display. Items that are considered artifacts by individual museum types define their collection. Artifacts cannot be removed from the pocket dimension.
Physical Appearance: Museum types are shaped like buildings with a peaked roof and large columns at their front. They have a central, double door that acts as the entrance to their pocket dimension and collection. They have two arms and two legs. Museum types have dot eyespots placed on a faceplate on their front face and their pointed earnubs rise from the trim below their roof. They have many architectural embellishments.
Voice: Echoing, sounding like footsteps against linoleum floors.
Skin: Painted concrete.
Fluid: None.
Special Attributes: None.
Other Notes: None.

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