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Hyder Ali’s Mysorean Rockets
Hyder Ali’s Mysorean Rockets

Origin

Hyder Ali

Type

Mysorean Rockets

Effects

Unlimited Ammo

Downsides

Leeches life force from user

Activation

Using

Collected by

Warehouse 11 Agents

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

2810202-89945

Shelf

89945-1761-032

Date of Collection

1800

[Source]


OriginEdit

Hyder Ali (1720 – 1782) was the sultan of the Kingdom of Mysore in southern India. Most importantly he was the innovator of the military use of the iron-cased Mysorean rockets. Thought illiterate, Ali earned an important place in the history of southern India for his administrative ability to make good and quick judgments and his military skills. He concluded an alliance with the French against the British and used the services of French workmen in raising his artillery and arsenal. The concept of using sword and blade thrust rockets in military advancements against the British Army sparked the idea of the newest weapon. What made the Mysorean rockets different was that Ali had the missiles fitted with the sword so that when they fired into the air and came down exploding the blades would cut the others into ribbons. The rockets of this period were much more advanced than what the British had seen because of the use of iron tubes for holding the propellant. Additionally Ali's soldiers would bring in wheeled rocket launchers capable of launching five to ten rockets almost simultaneously.

EffectsEdit

When fired another rocket appears in metal tube held for protection against fire from rocket allowing use for better aiming. In order for the rockets to be unlimited a small bit of life force is leeched from user, the more rockets use the closer to death one gets

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