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Jose Enrique de la Pena's Chest Piece
Scale armor

Origin

Jose Enrique de la Pena

Type

Armor

Effects

Protects against shotgun blasts

Downsides

All other guns go through armor like it was made of fabric not iron

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Sun Tzu28D

Aisle

28D-02C

Shelf

434778-21946-87

Date of Collection

1900

[Source]



OriginEdit

Jose Enrique de la Pena (1807 - 1840) was a colonel in the Mexican Army who participated in the Battle of the Alamo. During the battle of Refugio the Americans were losing, running out of cannon balls. Instead of surrendering they loaded the barrel up with whatever they could get their hands on including nails, doorknobs, etc. basically turning the cannons into shotguns. Firing several times into the charging Mexican army only slowed the advance however soon they were over run and de la Pena and his men took the fort from them.

EffectsEdit

Protects against shotgun blasts, All other guns go through armor like it was made of fabric not iron.

CollectionEdit

Testing proves that normal shotgun blasts do prevent the wearer, in this case a test dummy, from taking any damage from the attack. Firing a pistol into it though 'killed' the dummy.

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