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Alice Manfield’s Trekking Pole
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Origin

Alice Manfield

Type

Trekking Pole

Effects

Imparts knowledge on the local wildlife and topography

Downsides

Followers will become slightly worried about getting lost

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Colombus-1492PK

Aisle

94322-7165

Shelf

53082-3490-731

Date of Collection

March 2, 1967

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OriginEdit

Alice Manfield (1878 – 14 July 1960) commonly known as Guide Alice, was a mountain guide, amateur naturalist, chalet owner and early feminist figure from Victoria, Australia. Her pioneering work at Mount Buffalo from the 1890s to the 1930s led to her becoming a tourist attraction in her own right, and helped lead to the establishment of the Mount Buffalo National Park. Her family first began in the Victoria gold rush but later moved to Mt. Buffalo to set up a resort. Alice explored the neighboring landscape, quickly learning the wildlife and geography. She later brought tourists through the area, some of whom came just to see a woman leading an expedition.

EffectsEdit

The trekking pole was used by Alice on her many trips through her landscape. It provides the user with sudden knowledge of the local fauna, flora and geography. Although the user will become obviously skilled, anyone who travels with them will become slightly nervous about getting lost.

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