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Eustache Dauger's Iron Mask
Iron mask

Origin

Man in the Iron Mask; Eustache Dauger

Type

Iron Mask

Effects

Creates a clone of wearer

Downsides

Clone tries to overthrow original

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Dumas, A.

Section

Cooper-243R

Aisle

55206-3485

Shelf

52749-2463-549

Date of Collection

1800s; Warehouse 12 Era

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OriginEdit

Originally owned by the Man in the Iron Mask, who was held in various jails during 1669 and 1670. He was unnaturally created through an artifact, Louis the XIV's Scepter, which cloned the king. The double, named Eustache Dauger, was imprisioned, his face covered up and the incident hushed up. However, the truth started to surface in the 1800s, so Warehouse agent and part time author Alexandre Dumas penned "The Three Musketeers" to cover it up.

EffectsEdit

The mask is able to create an identical version of yourself to fool or possibly kill a person. Clone will try to overthrow you and take over your life.

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