Heat Shower : Artifact

Published February 21, 2015 by

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A device that draws water from an unknown source, heats it, and then sprays it from a nozzle on the end of a flexible tube.


A complex panel of glass with several flashing screens mounted on a metal box. A metal tube leads from the box to a small, handheld nozzle made of a silvery material.
1 in 1d20 (5%)

This device, once activated, takes about a minute to heat up. In that time the control panel makes lots of sloshing sounds, gurgles and hisses. After a minute has passed, the silver nozzle will begin to emit a shrill whistle and a small stream of steam. A button on the nozzle can be pressed to release pressurized, hot water. This water  is absolutely clean and can be used for a variety of things, including washing and even drinking if you let the water cool a bit. After full activation the heat shower lasts for ten minutes.

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