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Scope & Rife from Elbe Day

Origin

Elbe Day

Type

Scope (PU Scope) and Rife (Springfield m1903)

Effects

When combined, it has the ability to violently separate any item shot at.

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Pulling the trigger

Collected by

J.K. Morrison

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

8209-2082092-32234

Shelf

209809-82002

Date of Collection

August 12th, 1990

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OriginEdit

Elbe Day was the day Soviet and American troops met at the River Elbe, near Torgau in Germany, marking an important step toward the end of World War II in Europe. This contact between the Soviets, advancing from the East, and the Americans, advancing from the West, meant that the two powers had effectively cut Germany in two.

Through the combination of two huge powers the powers had the ability to cut off a whole regime, an event powerful enough to create an bifurcated artifact. From the Russian Scope and the American Rife, the two were imbued with the ability to separate any item.

EffectsEdit

When combined, the artifact has the ability to violently separate formerly joined items. This separation is often so powerful it does it at a molecular level, never to be joined again, unless a rejoining artifact is used.

CollectionEdit

The Scope has been collected, but unfortunately, the Rifle has yet to be collected by Warehouse 13 agents.

The Scope was collected by J.K. Morrison on August 12th, 1990