Uses and effects
Ava's drawer serves as a means of transporting objects between Ava's Mind, where Wrathia resides, and the physical world. The Drawer of Wrath initially provides Ava with Wrathia's Plan, the Vials, the Limbo Lenses and the Chattermina telephone.
As per Ava's request, she gives a piece of her soul to Ava in the form of a key, creating the Draw of wrath. Upon waking up and removing the bandages, she sees the drawer embedded into her chest with the key in a keyhole. Inside the drawer is a book, Wrathia's Plan, filled with "bad drawings," as Ava describes them. Ava Ire cannot understand the symbols and becomes exasperated. Wrathia then calls her on a small phone that appears in Ava Ire's chest drawer. Later Odin, who notices the key and lock on her chest remarks that it must be painful. He picks her up and she angrily tells her to release her, calling herself a "dangerous alien." Odin then hangs her on a tree branch and tries to take a picture of the drawer, but Ava kicks his camera out of his hands, and brakes the branch in the process. Odin removes the branch from her dress and gives her his coat to cover the drawer in her chest, Ava sees this as a friendly gesture and stays. After incapacitating Strategos Six, Ava says that she will show her appreciation of TITAN through a theatrical production of her own design; Ava then throws Six off the stage and pulls a battle-axe resembling her key out of her drawer.
Significant ObjectsAva's battle-axe ◆ Chattermina telephone ◆ Cursed wine ◆ Door of Lust ◆ Drawer of Wrath ◆ Florem Mortem ◆ Gate to Paradise ◆ Limbo Lenses ◆ Maggie's doorknob ◆ Maggie's rose ◆ Odin's notebook ◆ Strategos Six's Sword ◆ Vials ◆ Wrathia's heart key ◆ Wrathia's Plan