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Guy Bradley’s Skiff
Guy Bradley’s Skiff

Origin

Guy Bradley

Type

Boat

Effects

Protects birds, making them unkillable

Downsides

Painfully draws life energy from the user

Activation

Placing in the water near birds

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Thalassa-88Z97D

Aisle

Drake-32

Shelf

Dock Station & Buoy Number - 27/18

Date of Collection

October 27, 1915

[Source]


OriginEdit

Guy Bradley was a game warden and sheriff for Monroe County, Florida. As a boy, he served as a guide for hunters and fishermen but later condemned poaching for endangering the local species of birds. In 1902, Bradley was hired by the American Ornithologists' Union, at the request of the Florida Audubon Society, to become one of the country's first game wardens. His tasks were to protect the wading areas from hunters and patrol the swamps of the state’s western coast. Bradley was shot and killed in the line of duty, after confronting a man and his two sons who were hunting egrets in the Everglades. His death at 35 caused great support for the protection of Florida’s bird populations.

EffectsEdit

Nearby birds will be protected from harm and become unkillable. They will be able to sense nearby predators and flee undetected. Any injuries they receive will immediately begin to heal, and the healing effect will spread to other nearby fowl. However, for every injury an affected bird incurs, the healing energy is drawn from the vitality of the user, which is painfully pulled from them.

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