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Chromatic Bermuda Kite
Bermuda kite

Origin

Bermuda

Type

Kite

Effects

Releases a multitude of colors into the sky

Downsides

Causes user to slightly lift off the ground

Activation

Flying

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Holiday Section

Aisle

835671-9765

Shelf

601836-1891-324

Date of Collection

May 5, 2005

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OriginEdit

Traditionally flown on Bermuda at Easter time, these kites are usually hexagonal or octagonal in shape with bright colors. They are made with flat strips of wood connected to a center axis, while strings support its internal structure. Colored tissue paper is then glued to the frame and a long tail is fitted for stability.

Every Good Friday, Bermudians of all ages build kites, usually of traditional Bermudian type (though plastic, store-bought kites have made inroads), which are flown to symbolize Christ's resurrection. Bermudian kites are very airworthy, holding world records for altitude and duration of flight

EffectsEdit

Flying into the air will cause its colors to bleed out into the sky, creating a fantastic view similar to rainbows and sunsets. However, the user will begin to float off the ground the longer the effect occurs until they entirely lose connection with the ground.