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16th May '18 9:21:13 AM PlatinumPencilz
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* The silver key in the ''Webcomic/CarawayCrew''
12th Mar '18 6:39:54 PM Dravencour
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* The Demon Summoning Pot from ''{{Manga/Senyuu}}'', which Rika accidentally uses to summon a host of demons when she mistakes it for a popcorn pot.

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* The Demon Summoning Pot from ''{{Manga/Senyuu}}'', which Rika Ruki accidentally uses to summon a host of demons when she mistakes it for a popcorn pot.
12th Mar '18 6:37:07 PM Dravencour
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* The Demon Summoning Pot from ''{{Manga/Senyu}}'', which is accidentally used to summon a host of demons when it is mistaken for a popcorn pot.

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* The Demon Summoning Pot from ''{{Manga/Senyu}}'', ''{{Manga/Senyuu}}'', which is Rika accidentally used uses to summon a host of demons when she mistakes it is mistaken for a popcorn pot.
12th Mar '18 6:34:45 PM Dravencour
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* The Demon Summoning Pot from ''{{Manga/Senyu}}'', which is accidentally used to summon a host of demons when it is mistaken for a popcorn pot.
6th Mar '18 9:18:45 PM nombretomado
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* Robert Asprin's ''ThievesWorld'', Poul Anderson's short story "The Gate of the Flying Knives". The title gate is a large parchment 8 feet long and 4 feet wide. Through it, sikkintairs (dragon-like monsters controlled by the Ilsig gods) can be summoned to carry off or kill people.

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* Robert Asprin's ''ThievesWorld'', ''Literature/ThievesWorld'', Poul Anderson's short story "The Gate of the Flying Knives". The title gate is a large parchment 8 feet long and 4 feet wide. Through it, sikkintairs (dragon-like monsters controlled by the Ilsig gods) can be summoned to carry off or kill people.
14th Dec '17 12:20:16 AM TheRoguePenguin
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* The {{Dragon Ball}}s can be used to summon the Eternal Dragon, who will grant one wish.

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* The {{Dragon Ball}}s Dragon Balls of the ''Franchise/DragonBall'' series can be used to summon the Eternal Dragon, who will a wish-granting dragon. Depending on the series, it can grant anywhere from one wish.
to three wishes with varying restrictions, depending on which dragon is being summoned.
20th Nov '17 9:33:38 AM eroock
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Many [[TomeOfEldritchLore Tomes Of Eldritch Lore]] are also artifacts of this kind, unleashing any number of nasty things upon the world when some poor GenreBlind fool makes the mistake of reading the book in question aloud. Other artifacts might require some other means of activation, especially if they're being used as the linchpin of some BigBad's EvilPlan.

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Many [[TomeOfEldritchLore Tomes Of of Eldritch Lore]] are also artifacts of this kind, unleashing any number of nasty things upon the world when some poor GenreBlind fool makes the mistake of reading the book in question aloud. Other artifacts might require some other means of activation, especially if they're being used as the linchpin of some BigBad's EvilPlan.
8th Nov '17 5:41:21 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Lament Configuration in ''Film/{{Hellraiser}}'', which summoned the Cenobites, sadomasochistic demons that took the summoner(s) back to hell and tortured them. The boxes are actually a more reliable way to summon the Cenobites, as they were commissioned in the 17th century by a bunch of devil-worshippers who had to go through a pretty elaborate ritual at first.

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* The Lament Configuration in ''Film/{{Hellraiser}}'', which summoned the Cenobites, sadomasochistic demons that took the summoner(s) back to hell and tortured them. The boxes are actually a more reliable way to summon the Cenobites, as they were commissioned in the 17th 18th century by a bunch of devil-worshippers who had to go through a pretty elaborate ritual at first.
8th Nov '17 5:41:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Lament Configuration in ''Film/{{Hellraiser}}'', which summoned the Cenobites, sadomasochistic demons that took the summoner(s) back to hell and tortured them.

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* The Lament Configuration in ''Film/{{Hellraiser}}'', which summoned the Cenobites, sadomasochistic demons that took the summoner(s) back to hell and tortured them. The boxes are actually a more reliable way to summon the Cenobites, as they were commissioned in the 17th century by a bunch of devil-worshippers who had to go through a pretty elaborate ritual at first.
10th Sep '17 10:37:30 PM PaulA
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* The Shining Trapezohedron in Creator/HPLovecraft's ''Haunter in the Dark'' summons the titular Haunter, an avatar of Nyarlathotep (it also gives you visions on the Outer Void and of its own history, but summoning an EldritchAbomination is clearly its main function).

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* The Shining Trapezohedron in Creator/HPLovecraft's ''Haunter in "The Haunter of the Dark'' Dark" summons the titular Haunter, an avatar of Nyarlathotep (it also gives you visions on the Outer Void and of its own history, but summoning an EldritchAbomination is clearly its main function).
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