Plural: Paradox Naughts
This is a hand-sized loop of wood-grained metal, shaped like the numeral zero. It represents the sum of all divisions by zero, multiplied by the time it takes Achilles to pass a hare. Seated at the conflux of a perpetual observer and an impossibly improbable probability device, this zero's paradox harms those who wish to harm and helps those who desire to help. But boy does it mess with your mind!
Item cannot traded, sold, or placed in a memento display
Can be welded
Attacker takes 6 damage
+3 HP per turn
- Can be created once per retcon.
- Zero's paradox and Achilles passing a hare are references to Zeno's Paradoxes. This paradox has to do with halving distances to cross something, and is stated in a number of forms, including one in which Achilles races a hare.
- Possibly wordplay intended to rhyme with Milton's Paradise Lost.
- An "impossibly improbable probability device" appeared in the "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" as the Infinite Improbability Drive.