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Robin Hood's Arrow

Origin

Robin Hood

Type

Arrow

Effects

Acts as a dowsing rod for gold and jewels.

Activation

Holding

Collected by

Nick Renson

Section

Plutus-637D

Aisle

68224-2464

Shelf

423-355-3222

Date of Collection

Feb.15.2013

[Source]


OriginEdit

Robin Hood of Sherwood is a popular figure in English folklore, known as a thief to the rich and a hero to the poor. He and his Merry Men were said to patrol the Sherwood Forrest near Nottinghamshire, raiding the carriages of the wealthy lords and noblemen who travelled through the area and dispersing their gold and jewels to the commoners and paupers of the surrounding villiages.

Though the bow was not a part of his original ballads, it has since become an icon of the character, and a representation of Robin Hood is rarely portrayed without a mastery of the bow and arrows.

EffectsEdit

Holding the arrow flat on the palm or hanging it from a thread horizontaly will allow it to point directly towards the most valuable object in the area. The value seems to be solely material, sentimental value seems to to apply. It has somehow managed to keep up to date with current pricing, and takes supply and demand into account. It can also be used to home in on a specific object of desire. By focusing on an object, the arrow will swivel  to point toward whatever the user seeks. This search is on purely linear horizontal axis, however, and doesn't take physical and geographical obstacles into consideration.

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