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Colonel Custer's Bugle
Bugle2

Origin

George Armstrong Custer/Battle of Little Bighorn

Type

Bugle

Effects

Causes reckless behavior

Downsides

Effects(s)

Activation

Blowing into

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Sun Tzu-28D

Aisle

28D-02D

Shelf

32523-234-43

Date of Collection

December 3, 1926

[Source]



OriginsEdit

​George Armstrong Custer was a United States cavalry commander during the American Civil War and the ill-fated Indian Wars. During the Civil War, Custer gained quite a reputation as a cavalry commander, leading many of his troops on to victory on the Union side. After the end of the Civil War, he and many others were drafted to fight in the Indian Wars against the native American Indians. 

Though he had initial success in the war, he met his end at the infamous Battle of the Little Bighorn, where he was knocked off his mount and died. Though there is much controversy regarding the exact events due to the lack of official and reliable records, it is belived by most that it was Custer's recklessness in not forming a solid plan that lead to his death and the failure of his men.

EffectsEdit

Blowing on the bugle causes all within earshot, including the blower, to think and behave recklessly, giving little of no forethought to actions and consequences. They become prone to rushing into dangerous situations and offer no consideration for their own safety or the safety of others. Notably, the horn has no effect on people who are blood relations of the the Lakota, Cheyenne or Arapaho tribes.

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