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The Alchemy Key is a large key designed to unlock the secret location of Bishop Gottskalk Nikulausson's tomb.

HistoryEdit

The powerful spellbook known as the Rauoskinna was buried with its writer Bishop Nikulausson in a secret tomb to prevent abuse of it. A map of the tomb's location and a key to the tomb were hidden around the planet and moved every so often. As a further precaution, they were given supernatural safeguards. At some point, the key was hidden in a cave on Chiloe Island and guarded by a Brujo. The Ghostbusters, Special Agent Melanie Ortiz, and a parallel version of Egon Spengler found the cave and battled the Brujo. After it was trapped, the only P.K.E. reading left in the cave was behind a boulder. Ray Stantz investigated and found the key.

TriviaEdit

  • In Ghostbusters International #9, on page 11, the key Ray finds is a nod to one of IDW Publishing's other comic book series, "Locke & Key" because one of the comic's crew, Gabriel Rodriguez initially proposed Chile to be used in Ghostbusters International.
  • Incidentally, according to Chilote myth, there is an object called the Alchemy Key that locks the entryway into the Brujo's cave.

AppearancesEdit

IDW Comics

ReferencesEdit

  1. What Came Before! Page (2016). IDW Comics- "Ghostbusters International #10" (2016) (Comic What Came Before! page). Narrator says: "The Ghostbusters - with the aid from an alternate dimension Egon Spengler, as well as the Chicago branch - have tracked down the map to and the key of the hidden tomb of Icelandic Bishop Gottskalk Nikulausson, a man who wrote a spellbook rumored capable of controlling the devil."