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Hildegard of Scopia's Lute
Lute wood egyptian

Origin

Hildegard of Scopia

Type

Macedonian Lute

Effects

When played, it allows the user to float over short distances.

Downsides

People will start to label the user a heretic and start angry mobs to kill the user.

Activation

Strumming the strings

Collected by

Unknown

Section

Ancient Archives

Date of Collection

circa. 280 B.C.E.

[Source]


OriginEdit

Not much is known about Hildegard of Scopia but the story surrounding him is archived and preserved in Warehouse 13's archives.

Deciphered documents from Warehouse 2's archives state that Hildegard of Scopia was a traveling musician during the era that provided a amazing trick, he was able to seemingly glide over crowds while playing the lute in a certain melody that no one reportedly ever heard.

But during a concert which Hildegard attended, a group of traveling Christians became distraught and bewildered when Hildegard started to play his lute and float around the concert. This made the group of Christians apparently quite angry and started to form a angry mob, to which they captured him and killed him.

EffectsEdit

When played, it allows the user to float over short distances. People will start to label the user a heretic and start angry mobs to kill the user.

CollectionEdit

Collected sometime around 280 B.C.E.

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