Bellerophon’s Bridle
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Origin

Bellerophon

Type

Bridle

Effects

Tames mythical creatures

Downsides

Extreme self-pride/narcissism that infuriates their superiors

Activation

Holding and proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

AxMu-888

Aisle

Perseus-1395

Shelf

644218-3476-908

Date of Collection

196 AD

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Origin[edit | edit source]

Bellerophon was a hero in Greek mythology that not only tamed the winged horse Pegasus, but also slayed the monstrous chimera. With the growth of his fame, his hubris, or self-pride and arrogance, grew with him. Believing himself worthy of a seat alongside the gods, Zeus cast him off Pegasus, falling down to earth and into despair.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Will control any mythical creature it is near. Seems to have an affection and better control over individuals or small groups rather than large herds. The user will experience a large amount of pride in their accomplishments that borders on narcissism. Their requests and actions will usually be enough to anger the wrong person.

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