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So you're at a party meeting a bunch of new people and you keep getting asked the same questions: What do you do? Where are you from? Where do you live?
If you're not into the questions or the person, the Code of the Sea necklace can help keep the small talk to a minimum. Engraved on one side of the silver dagger is "If I tell you" and on the flip side "I'll have to kill you."
People always want to inspect the necklace once they notice it, and afterwards they're either charmed or hesitant. Depending on how you're feeling, you can then determine whether you want to let them know your secrets or keep them at bay.
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