Sculpted by: Arlen Pelletier
Used material(s): Cast in gold and copper-plated solid metal
One of: Unlimited
Issued in Ghost Door box
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First appearance: In Pale Battalions Go #1
Use: Create and ignite fire
In 1915, the key was kept inside the Vault of Shadows by Chamberlin Locke. Through a crafty scheme by Chamberlin’s son, John Locke, John procured the key among many other keys as weapons to turn the tide of World War I. Shortly after enlisting into the Allied in Belgium, John ambushed a German camp, where he used the key to incinerate Willem Veidt.
The key can be used to create fires when inserted into a door or touched to an object. Furthermore, one may cause self-immolation/combustion by plunging the key into one’s body.
Source: Locke & Key fandom wiki