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Casimir Pulaski's and Michael Kovats de Fabriczy's Hessian Cavalry Swords
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Origin

Casimir Pulaski and Michael Kovats de Fabriczy

Type

Cavalry Swords

Effects

Pulaski’s instills courage during battle, Fabriczy’s grants swordsmanship

Downsides

Cause the user to tire out quickly

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Warehouse 11

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

301226-9586

Shelf

348124-7294-065

Date of Collection

August 18, 1824

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OriginEdit

Casimir Pulaski was a Polish nobleman while Michael Kovats was a Hungarian cavalry officer. Both traveled to the North America to enlist in the Continental Army during the American Revolutionary War. Pulaski was trained by the Bar Confederation and Kovats fought in the Prussian Army. They both enlisted in America after separate recommendations from their mutual friend, Benjamin Franklin. Today they are now considered the fathers of the American cavalry.

EffectsEdit

Pulaski's allows for great courage during battle, Fabricy's gives the user great skill in swordsmanship. Both have the downside of tiring the user quickly. Together, however, they negate the bad effect and give the user incredible stamina.