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Andrea Aguyar’s Lasso
Andrea Aguyar’s Lasso

Origin

Andrea Aguyar

Type

Lasso

Effects

Ensnares and hurls revolutionary enemies

Downsides

Binds user to foreign territory

Activation

Proximity/Throwing at a target

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Tikal-928V

Aisle

505429-3714

Shelf

287794-8095-216

Date of Collection

March 12, 2004

[Source]


OriginEdit

Andrea Aguyar fought for his freedom on the front lines of Uruguay, defending the capital from attack. Their battalion was host to the young, idealistic expats wanting to fight the good fight. Among them was a determined youth Giuseppe Garibaldi, hungry to see his beloved Italia become independent.

After a thunderous return and resistance to the Papacy, Garibaldi requested Aguyar’s services as a fellow soldier. All the newspapers, authors and intellectuals gawked in wonder at the sight: a former slave, contributing to a cause and country not his own. His fighting style equally impressed, as Europeans had little grasp how useful the gaucho skills of horseback riding and lassoing could be in battle.

EffectsEdit

Will attack any person actively suppressing revolts and independence movements. It quickly coils around the target, locking their legs together and wrapping their hands immobile. The rope will then lengthen outwards, start spinning with the person still trapped inside, and fling them several meters away.

During inactivity, it will shrink into a palm sized link that can be wrapped around the wrist for easy travel. Unfortunately, taking it out of the original nation will literally bind the user to the new territory. Trying to cross a border causes the lasso to spring into action and tie them down until they stop resisting, leaving them stranded in foreign lands.

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