Belt Buckle




Belt Buckle


When the user feels threatened by a force that he or she feels is likely to kill them and they are in a high place, they will jump off the high place to save themself.




Wearing, feeling threatened and being in a high place

Collected by

Felix Draco


Tragedy Annex





Date of Collection

September 19, 2012


Origin[edit | edit source]

On September 11, 2001 terrorists from al-Qaida flew planes into the World Trade Center Towers in New York City and the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. The people trapped on the floors above where the planes struck each tower could not get down, and some people chose to jump from the burning towers rather than burn to death. One man who jumped due to the fear of the building collapsing imbued his belt buckle with artifact properties.

Effects[edit | edit source]

When the Belt Buckle is worn, it remains inactive until specific circumstances are met. First, the wearer must be in a high place. Second, they must be feeling threatened by something that they believe might kill them. At that time, the Buckle activates, making the person throw themselves off the high place where they are at in order to save themselves from the possible death. Unfortunately, if the person has irrational fears and they believe it will kill them, as long as they are in a high place, the person will jump off.

Collection[edit | edit source]

This artifact was collected by Agent Felix Draco in Appalachian Mountains in New York after a person jumped off a cliff while hiking with a friend when they spotted a bear, scaring the person and resulting in them jumping to their death. Felix quickly determined the artifact and brought it back to the Warehouse.

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