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Agamemnon's Mycenaean Bronze Sword
Agamemnon's Mycenaean Bronze Sword

Origin

Agamemnon

Type

Sword

Effects

User becomes a master tactician

Downsides

User will become easily angered at the slightest of things and will act in kind with full force

Activation

Usage

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

Armerie-M15T8

Aisle

2376-8563

Shelf

2011-1780-1865

Date of Collection

12th century BC

[Source]


OriginEdit

Agamemnon (14th century BC) was a prince in Greece who took role as king by murdering Tyndareus the former King of Sparta. The next place that he wished to conquer Troy however it was foretold that because Agamemnon believed himself to be a better hunter than Artemis herself. Misfortunes, including plague and a lack of wind, preventing his army from sailing to Troy so he sought council of a Seer named Chryses who informed Agamemnon that he needed to sacrifice his only daughter to appease the goddess which he did. After a stormy voyage Agamemnon and his men reached Troy and despite being a king Agamemnon fought alongside his men until he was wounded and had retreated back to his tent to command from a far. Eventually Agamemnon's army won and they captured Troy. Upon returning to Greece Agamemnon was murdered by his wife since she had taken a lover. Enraged Agamemnon's son Orestes took his father's sword before slaughtering his step mother and her lover.

EffectsEdit

User becomes a master tactician however they will become easily angered at the slightest of things and will act in kind with full force. Attacks in a blind rage.

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