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Charles Portal's RAF Pin
RAF pin

Origin

Charles Portal

Type

Pin

Effects

Sends projectiles back to their point of origin

Downsides

Accuracy will become increasingly worse

Activation

Proximity to a projectile

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Sun Tzu-28D

Aisle

28D-03B

Shelf

38156-5781-544

Date of Collection

November 13, 2015

[Source]


OriginEdit

Charles Portal was a Royal Air Force officer who advocated area bombing over Axis industrial areas. This was meant to destroy a wide variety of targets important to the war effort and to demoralize the enemy, by using the same technique the German Luftwaffe had used on Britain. In retirement Portal was chairman of British Aluminium and unsuccessfully fought in the "Aluminium War" against a hostile takeover bid by Tube investments; he then became chairman of the British Aircraft Corporation.

EffectsEdit

Sends projectiles back at their source. Bullets, for example, will hit the shooter in exactly the same places that were targeted. As time goes on the retaliating fire will become more scattered and less accurate.

When active, the pin’s logo will momentarily expand and shrink, feeling warm to the touch. Nearby aluminum objects will make a pained creaking, groaning sort of noise when the projectile is sent back.

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