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Helche's Hennin
Helche's Hennin
Maria Portinari of Bruges wearing the same Hennin Helche owned.

Origin

Helche

Type

Hennin

Effects

Wearing while sleeping grants precognitive dreams

Downsides

Overuse means the death of your own children

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 10

Section

Francium-671CR

Aisle

391415-2846

Shelf

826109-3184-912

Date of Collection

1579 AD

[Source]


OriginEdit

Helche was Attila the Hun’s wife and one of the best friends of Theodoric the Great (454 – 526), who was also known as Dietrich von Vern, was the king of the Ostrogoths, ruler of Italy, regent of the Visigoths and patricius of the Roman Empire. After a war against Ermenrich where he was victorious Dietrich was saddened by the loss of so many of his men. In order to try to cheer Dietrich up the couple throws him a large feast in honor of his marriage. However Helche soon has a premonition that her sons, Orte, Scharpfe and Diether, Dietrich's brother, are captured by a dragon.

News arrived that a new army was assembling in attempts to invade Italy. The only way Helche allowed her sons to join the army was if Dietrich protected them. In the field Dietrich commanded to boys to remain in camp, but they disobeyed him and got themselves killed. Distraught with grief Dietrich fought a twelve day battle before defeating the army and pushing their leader back in fear. With the combined support of Helche and Attila Dietrich vows revenge on the enemy and their commanders.

A hennin was a headdress in the shape of a cone or steeple worn in the late Middle Ages by European woman of nobility.

EffectsEdit

Wearing while sleeping grants precognitive dreams, but only when worn several days in a row. Doing this increases the chances of user's children dying.

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