Don Quixote's Lance

Origin

Don Quixote, Italy

Type

Lance

Effects

Able to break even the biggest of wooden structures

Downsides

Delusion inducement

Activation

Holding the lance and using it

Collected by

Warehouse 12 agents

Section

Artie's Office

[Source]

Don Quixote was a delusional warrior who traveled with his friend Pancho in order to fight battles with imaginary threats. He famously fought a windmill, thinking it was a giant which threatened the countryside.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The lance, when used by someone, will allow them to break down even the biggest of wooden structures. However, it does not work on brick or metal structures. Furthermore, prolonged use will cause people to think they are a knight and that almost anything they encounter is a dragon, a giant, a monster, or a villainous knight.

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