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Gabriel, comte de Montgomery’s Lance Splinters
Gabriel, comte de Montgomery’s Lance Splinters

Origin

Gabriel, comte de Montgomery

Type

Splinters

Effects

Seeks out the nearest person and tries to embed themselves in the host’s brain

Downsides

Death

Activation

Proximity

Collected by

Agent T. Marshall

Section

Vlad-768R

Aisle

731673-4061

Shelf

714259-7901-597

Date of Collection

June 29, 1945

[Source]


OriginEdit

Gabriel, comte de Montgomery was captain of the Scots Guards of King Henry II of France. He is remembered for mortally injuring King Henry II in a jousting accident. The lance broke and some splinters entered Henry’s eye and brain, although Henry absolved him of any blame on his deathbed. Ashamed, Gabriel subsequently converted to Protestantism, the faith that the Scots Guard sought to suppress.

CollectionEdit

Subhas Chandra Bose indicated in his files that he acquired the artifact from a mystic residing in the Ural mountain range. The splinters were taken from his cache by Agent Thomas Marshall on June 29, 1945.

EffectsEdit

Each splinter acts on its own accord and will writhe around when a person approaches. They will momentarily vibrate and then become attracted to the person’s head like a nail to a magnet. Once it contacts the skin, it will begin to embed itself into the user’s head until they are rendered dead from brain trauma.

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