Attila the Hun's Swaddling Blanket


Attila the Hun/Mundzuk's consort


Swaddling Blanket


Prevents harm from coming to those who are held in it


Causes fearlessness and ruthlessness in children


Swaddling a child


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Origin[edit | edit source]

Attila was the leader of the Huns from 434 AD until his death in 453. Under his leadership, the Hunnic Empire expanded most of the Middle East, and he was one of the most feared opponents of the Roman Empire. A nomadic people, the Huns were no strangers to travel. This made life dangerous, as they were subject to the mercy of nature and roaming bandits at the time. For anyone to have survived past their thirties, let alone through childhood, was uncommon. It is believed the fierceness of Attila's mother in protecting him contributed to the creation of this artifact.

It was mentioned but not seen in the Warehouse 13 Comic #1

Effect[edit | edit source]

When a child is swaddled in this blanket it will protect them from most harm. Weather will pass over the child and any attackers will find themselves unable to harm it. This effect, though lessened, also passes on as the child grows, and the full effects can still be felt by an adult shrouding themselves if they had been affected by it as a child.

The downside to this is that the child develops a sense of fearlessness and a ruthless personality that only strengthens as they grow. Such children seem destined for roles of leadership, though perhaps not in any business role.

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