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Anthony Spilotro's Casino Tokens
Nugget token

Origin

Anthony Spilotro

Type

Casino Tokens

Effects

Steals money in insubstantial amounts

Downsides

Commitment of greed influenced acts of brutality

Activation

Manipulation

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Mammon-207T

Aisle

670933-2816

Shelf

382192-7188-215

Date of Collection

August 2, 2008

[Source]


OriginEdit

Anthony “The Ant” Spilotro was a vicious gangster and enforcer of the Chicago Outfit’s Las Vegas operations in the 1970s and 80s. His reputation for violence preceded him, as many murders of rival business leaders and mob soldiers were attributed to him for their sheer horror alone. Spilotro’s assigned role – regulating the amount of skim (illegal profits) casinos produced. However, his extensive record of burglary, torture and theft combined with multiple criminal informants and an affair with boss Frank Rosenthal’s wife sealed his usefulness. Spilotro and his brother returned to the Midwest under the Outfit’s request; several days later, they were found buried in a cornfield.

EffectsEdit

Manipulating the token in any manner such as flipping, spinning or rolling activates its avarice. It will siphon off minute amounts of money from whatever nearby source it finds. Everything from nearby cash jars to credit cards is a potential, although minimized target.

The continual act of small thefts eventually compounds, making the user desire for more wealth and influence. They will begin resorting to any violently persuasive tactic imaginable, ignoring any common sense to control themselves. Most deactivations end with an unfathomably horrible retribution fomented death, until the token finds its next host.

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