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The real lenses of the Microscope may be used to zoom in up to 40 times and see things which you never noticed before. Mechanical focusing may even be used to pay a visit to the infusoria.
This device assembled by Mr. Playwood when he was ten years old was bought by the peasants’ tribe. They used the Microscope to study pollen, seeds and minute pests.
Thanks to the Microscope they identified and successfully eliminated microscopic sponger beetles responsible for ruining more than a handful of fruit farms set up on the branches of the Great Tree.
To assemble the microscope Mr. Playwood used, alongside durable tree bark, solid transparent resin and meteorite chips stuck in the branches.
The Microscope is one of Mr. Playwood’s most complex inventions: it took him a whooping three months to develop the device.