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James Fenimore Cooper's Arrow Heads
Copper arrowheads

Origin

James Fenimore Cooper

Type

Arrow Heads

Effects

User believes they are a pre-modern Native American

Downsides

May kill outsiders for transgressions

Activation

Owning/Touching

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Clio-362A

Aisle

533100-1559

Shelf

330974-9704-294

Date of Collection

May 15, 1909

[Source]


OriginEdit

A collection of 20 arrowheads that had been collected by the famous romantic writer James Fenimore Cooper. His main body of work consisted of sea stories reminiscent of his time in the navy and historical novels of the frontier. His most famous, Leatherstocking Tales and The Last of the Mohicans, both included African-American and Native American characters as more complex and realistic peoples than most at the time believed.

EffectsEdit

Touching or owning one of the arrowheads makes the victim believe they’re a Native American tribe member living in the mid-18th Century. The user will take on cultural traits of the closest historical tribe to have lived near their current area. They will partake in hunting and gathering, erect traditional settlements or migration patterns, craft goods and partake in customary spiritual functions.

They will also react accordingly to “settlers”. Non-combatants will be treated with great respect, sharing provisions and peace offerings. However, enemies will be chased out of the user’s territory. Those that return or commit serious crimes, such as harming fellow tribe members or desecrating sacred sites, will be killed.

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