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Holt Collier’s Rope
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Origin

Holt Collier

Type

Rope

Effects

Entangles any animal

Downsides

Makes the animal behave wildly and try to injure those nearby

Activation

Touching an animal

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Trap Aisle

Aisle

38005-2164

Shelf

97291-6843-258

Date of Collection

February 27, 1924

[Source]


OriginEdit

Holt Collier was a bear hunter and sportsman who acted as Teddy Roosevelt’s tracker when on a hunting trip in 1902. Collier managed to find a bear and tied it in rope for the president. Roosevelt refused to shoot the bear because it could not defend itself. The legend grew and from Teddy’s kindness towards the animal, a new stuffed animal was called a “teddy bear” in his recognition. Roosevelt used Collier again in another hunting trip a couple years later.

EffectsEdit

It will tangle up any animal that touches the rope. They will be unable to damage the net with claws, teeth or horns, as the rope will slither around their body like a snake. If they try running away, the rope produces more fibers that immediately tangle them. It can be broken by force, as it was unable to hold back a stampeding elephant for long. The caught animal will go crazy trying to get out and will attack anything that moves.

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