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Hannie Schaft's Bullet Charm
War charm

Origin

Hannie Schaft

Type

Charm

Effects

Survival of wounds caused by any form of ammunition

Downsides

Effects stop when firing device is reloaded

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Sun Tzu-28D

Aisle

28D-03B

Shelf

558194-6434-845

Date of Collection

August 1, 1958

[Source]


OriginEdit

Hannie Schaft was a Dutch resistance fighter during World War Two. Known as "the girl with the red hair", she joined the communist party to actively fight back against German occupation. She was arrested at a military checkpoint and later killed by close range gunfire. However, the first shot only injured her, where she replied "I shoot better than you" to her executioners.

DescriptionEdit

A charm made from the bullet that killed Hannie hanging from a lock of her distinctive red hair.

EffectsEdit

The holder of the bullet will survive any form of ammunition. This effect stops working if the gun is reloaded. Speaking Dutch or German while wearing it has been noted to amplify the effects and make bullets stop before they reach the wearer.

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