Adolf Hitler's Microphone
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Adolf Hitler




Can convince listeners to do bad things


User becomes obsessed with power


Speaking into

Collected by

Warehouse 13




Origin[edit | edit source]

During World War Two, Adolf Hitler, the head of the German Nazi Party, held many rallies and made many speeches that won the admiration and respect of his people. During these sermons he preached hateful and discriminating things against many kinds of people including homsexuals, gypsies, the disabled and most famously the Jewish people. Using his influence, he convinced his army to kill and torture, imbuing the microphone with powerful and dark effects.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Orders or statements spoken into the microphone are broadcast over a large space, and have an large amount of influence over those that hear it. Commands or even ideas heard by the listeners will be accepted as true and they will be acted upon immediately. Disturbingly, the darker and more hostile the speech, the more influential it will be. The more the microphone is used, the more power-mad the user becomes, adding a further sinister twist to this unpleasant artifact.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This artifact and its effects were mentioned in a podcast with Allison Scagliotti.
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