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Foghorn from the Mikula Selianinovich
Rotary foghorn

Origin

Icebreaker Mikula Selianinovich

Type

Foghorn

Effects

Fractures entrapments

Downsides

Equally destructive on support structures

Activation

Pressing

Section

Out and About List

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OriginEdit

Constructed in Vickers Yard, Montreal as the J.D. Hazen, it was bought by the Imperial Russian Navy and renamed the Mikula Selianinovich. As most Russian icebreakers were paddocked under captured ports, their supply fleet to the Eastern Front consisted of Canadian vessels. It served securing supply routes and was later the only Canadian vessel to be returned from the motherland. Its purchase was complicated by the British acting as intermediary, and suffered various repairs when it finally docked in Arkhangelsk.

EffectsEdit

Weakens, even shatters any barrier. Crumbling bars and frayed ropes allow any physically imprisoned person or object to be removed. The same energy is difficult to direct – many a load bearing wall and pillar crack apart during the same ruckus.

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