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Hidden Blade replica
Hidden Blade
"Nothing is true; Everything is permitted."

Origin

Assassin's Creed fandom

Type

Prop

Effects

Stabilizes the mind and allows for "Eagle Vision"

Downsides

Limits mobility

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Agent Taylor and Lattimer

Section

89165-952-34

Aisle

FAN-1025

Shelf

1025-320

Date of Collection

May 16, 2016

[Source]


OriginEdit

Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad is one of the central characters in the Assassin's Creed Franchise, having starred in the first game of the series. This prop synced itself with the love and attention of the series' fandom.

EffectsEdit

Strapping the artifact to the user's forearm stabilizes the wearer's mind and allows them to access what is known as "Eagle Vision." Eagle Vision is a sort of sixth sense that identifies people and their intents by an aura of color. Red is hostile, yellow is an aware, green is an ally, blue and white are neutral.

However, the wearer's mobility is limited when Eagle Vision is active, remaining so only when they are preforming socially acceptible activites (walking, blending with the crowd, not killing anyone, etc.) and preventing the dexterity and speed required for activities like parkour and free-running. This downside can be negated when wearing Desmond Mile's Hoodie.

CollectionEdit

Agents Aden Taylor and Pete Lattimer, accompanied by Soul Blake, encountered this artifact being worn by a young man cosplaying as the artifact's in-game owner, while on a mission to collect Hunter's Hoodie. Aden convinced the fan to surrender the artifact by winning a free-running race across Boston, Massachusetts.

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