Current: None to Moderate
WARNING: Because many of the artifacts are encrusted with Phosphorus, DO NOT bring any artifacts to the surface as the Phosphorus is highly flammable and pyrophoric (self-igniting) upon contact with air. That means, it will go up in flames as soon as it hits the surface. White Phosphorus (WP) or Willie Pete Bombs were used during WWII for flares or smoke producing weapons. It was used in bombs, artillery shells, and mortar shells which burst into burning flakes of Phosphorus upon impact.