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'''Vania''' is an alternative [[:Category:Helmet|helmet]] for [[Revenant]].
 
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==Trivia==
 
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*{{PAGENAME}}'s name most likely originates from [[wikipedia:Phanes|Phanes]], the Greek mystic primeval deity of procreation and the generation of new life.
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* The name derived from [[wikipedia:Transylvania|''Transylvania'']], birthplace of [[wikipedia:Vlad the Impaler|"Vlad III Drăculea"]], Prince of Wallachia known as "Ţepeş" or ''the impaler'', as this is the most prominent, usual and cruel method of execution that he used.
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* In 1987 the Irish writer [[wikipedia:Bram Stoker|Bram Stoker]] was slightly inspired by his figure to create the famous vampire [[wikipedia:Count Dracula|"Count Dracula"]], a [[wikipedia:Revenant|''revenant'']] or ''undead'' being that fed on human blood.
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* In turn, ''Vlad'' was the codename used to refer Revenant during its development.
   
 
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Revision as of 03:16, August 24, 2018

Vania is an alternative helmet for Revenant. Its blueprint can be acquired from Alert missions.

Equipping

To equip your newly bought or crafted helmet, go into the 'Arsenal' page, then click on 'Appearance' tab, the Helmet will be under the section labeled 'Helmet'.

Trivia

  • The name derived from Transylvania, birthplace of "Vlad III Drăculea", Prince of Wallachia known as "Ţepeş" or the impaler, as this is the most prominent, usual and cruel method of execution that he used.
  • In 1987 the Irish writer Bram Stoker was slightly inspired by his figure to create the famous vampire "Count Dracula", a revenant or undead being that fed on human blood.
  • In turn, Vlad was the codename used to refer Revenant during its development.

Media


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