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Felix Dzershinsky's Cheka Badge
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Origin

Felix Dzershinsky/Cheka

Type

Badge

Effects

Allows the user to effectively lead large and secretive organizations

Downsides

The user will develop the tendency and ability to incite mass torture

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Agent D. Mitchells

Section

Pinkerton-435K

Aisle

553986-2248

Shelf

167339-45448-706

Date of Collection

June 29, 1934

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OriginEdit

Felix Dzershinsky was a member of several Polish and pre-revolutionary Russian intelligence organizations. During the Soviet era he established and led Russia’s secret police, the Cheka. They became infamous for their use of mass executions without trial during the Red Terror and the Russian Civil War.

EffectsEdit

The user can effectively lead large and secretive organizations, increasing the organization’s strength and the capabilities of its agents. However, the user will gain the ability and affinity to inflict torture on a massive scale, whether to their enemies, civilians or hostile agents.

CollectionEdit

Originally found and kept in the collection of Subhas Chandra Bose, the badge was later recovered by Warehouse agent Duke Mitchells on September 3, 1945 after they gained possession of Bose's holding warehouse.

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