Shaista Khan's Sash
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Origin

Shaista Khan

Type

Sash

Effects

Is self autonomous, acting as a third arm

Downsides

User becomes more cruel, but can be easily surprised

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Agent J. Harpe

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

942236-8147

Shelf

564437-2059-834

Date of Collection

July 19, 1945

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Shaista Khan was a Mughal army general and uncle to emperor Aurangzeb. Shaista had a reputation for cruelty and putting down rebellions in border territories. In 1660, he was sent to participate in the struggle against the Maratha king Shivaji. However, he was defeated in a surprise attack and lost one of his sons, along with three fingers. Aurangzeb angrily transferred Shaista Khan to Bengal, even refusing to give him an interview at the time of transfer, as was the custom. As the subahdar of Bengal, the city of Dhaka reached its developmental heights and he succesfull neutralized the neighboring threat of the Arakan Kingdom.

Collection[edit | edit source]

This artifact was originally found by Subhas Chandra Bose and was part of his cache of artifacts. It was collected by agent Jane Harpe on July 19th, 1945.

Effects[edit | edit source]

The sash animates when tied around the waist and becomes fully mobile. Immediately under the user’s control, the sash will act as an independent appendage, with some form of self-control, but ultimately under the user’s commands. The person will become more cruel and hateful towards others, especially foreigners, although they can be easily surprised and knocked off their guard.

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