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Frank Savicki's Wooden Pole
Cracking wood pole

Origin

Frank Savicki

Type

Wooden Pole

Effects

Causes security and deterrent measurements to narrowly ignore the user

Downsides

Cause worsening scrapes, cuts and puncture wounds

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Cooper-243R

Aisle

549381-1047

Shelf

757571-1023-456

Date of Collection

March 3, 1966

[Source]


OriginEdit

Frank Savicki originally emigrated from Poland to the United States and quickly joined the American Expeditionary Force several months later, after his citizenship was approved and World War I began. He was captured in France and held captive in prison camps, exposed to the cold, starvation and infection. Transferred back to Germany, he decided to escape from his new prison. He locked away the inattentive guards and carefully crawled beneath fields of barbed wire, reaching the Swiss border. With only the Rhine River standing in his path to freedom, Savicki used a wooden pole he took earlier to pole vault over the waters.

EffectsEdit

Makes security measurement such as camera systems, fortified barriers, motion sensors and even guards allow the user to move about freely. They are not deactivated; instead, each system will either marginally be unable to notice the user’s movements, ignore them or shimmy out to give them enough leeway. The user’s hands, arms and face will experience worsening cuts, scrapes and other puncture wounds over time.

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