Odysseus’ Bag
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Origin

Aeolus/ Odysseus

Type

Bag

Effects

Releases wind

Downsides

Can grow to gale strength

Activation

Opening it

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Perseus-1395

Shelf

54693-2578-64

Date of Collection

1754 AD

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Origins[edit | edit source]

The bag of wind was given to Odysseus by Aeolus (ruler of the wind) in the Greek epic the Iliad. Odysseus was a Greek king also featured in Homer’s saga Odyssey and was involved in the Trojan Horse guise that captured Troy. He is also famous for the ten year trek he made to return home.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The bag has the power to release a gale force wind strong enough to rip apart any ship. It also makes a great navigation device for sail boats and other wind powered transportation.

As a precaution, it is not allowed to be used in conjunction with other wind producing artifacts, such as Fei Lian’s Bag , Hero's Aeropile and Henry Morgan’s Sword to prevent the winds size and speed from getting out of control.

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