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Alfred N. Stevenson's Military Helmet
T 629

Origin

Alfred Nelvil Stevenson

Type

Helmet

Effects

Sharing Mind with other people

Downsides

If you and a close friend use it, they become your enemy and if it's your enemy, they become friends

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

J. Rowland

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

1045-181

Shelf

4863-1995-216

Date of Collection

Feb 12th, 1983

[Source]


OriginEdit

Originally worn by Alfred N. Stevenson during the Battle of Iwo Jima and was imbued with the power to share minds with another.

During the Battle of Iwo Jima, Alfred joined the fight along with his fellow men and stormed the beach. After being wounded in the arm, one of the Japanese soldiers was wounded also, finding each other, the two settled on saving each other by wrapping each other's wounds and exchanging ammo, food and weapons. Working together, while still enemies, the two became one making this helmet into an artifact.

EffectsEdit

The Helmet only works with friends or enemies and has the power to create a psychic bond between two existing minds, sharing thoughts and memories. The only catch is that after use, if you and a close friend use it, they become your enemy and if it's your enemy, they become friends.

CollectionEdit

The Helmet was taken by the Japanese soldier that helped Alfred after he was shot, the helmet was kept for almost 30 years until it was sold by the soldier's son. Collected by Agent: Joe Rowland

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