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Benjamin Guggenheim's Deck Chair
Titanicchair
"We will soon see each other again! It's just a repair. Tomorrow the Titanic will go on again."

Origin

Benjamin Guggenheim

Type

Deck chair

Effects

Induces calmness and pride in the face of demise.

Downsides

None identified.

Activation

Sitting in

Collected by

Mordin Korss

Section

Gama-658K

Aisle

((TBA by Elsa))

Shelf

((TBA by Elsa))

Date of Collection

August 16, 2016

[Source]


Origin Edit

Benjamin Guggenheim was a first-class passenger aboard the RMS Titanic. Upon getting his mistress, her maid, and potentially several other women and children aboard lifeboats after the ship began to sink, he and his valet returned to their cabin to dress in evening wear and venture to the foyer of the Grand Staircase, where they were seen calmly sitting in deck chairs while drinking brandy and smoking cigars. His final words to the maid, in German, were

"We will soon see each other again! It's just a repair. Tomorrow the Titanic will go on again."

This particular chair was one of a few that were not engraved with a star on the headrest, as was typical of the other deck chairs on certain ships.

Effects Edit

When one sits in the chair, they will feel calm and prideful even in the face of extreme disaster.

Collection Edit

This chair was retrieved by Agent Korss from a private collector.

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