Annie Fox's Purple Heart


Annie Fox/ Pearl Harbor


Purple Heart Medal


Allows user to stay calm and brave


Only works when helping others


Holding/carrying it on one's person

Collected by

Artie Nielson


Sun Tzu-28D





Date of Collection

February 8th, 1987


Origin[edit | edit source]

Annie Fox was the first woman to ever receive the Purple Heart. The Purple Heart is one of the highest honors within the military and is reserved for those that are either injured or show tremendous merit. Annie Fox received hers not for sustaining an injury, but for her courageous service during the attack on Pearl Harbor. During the attack she calmly and efficiently tended to patients, aided soldiers, and instructed other nurses.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When worn, or carried in a pocket the user will remain calm under pressure and will have the bravery to get things done. This will only be active when helping others.

Collection[edit | edit source]

Collected by Artie Nielson. Sometime after Fox's death her medal was found by a family member. Using the medal, a young girl of eleven climbed up the side of her house via a drainpipe after her parents had accidentally locked her toddler sibling in with the keys.

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