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Bow of Eros
Scythian recurve bow 91

Origin

Eros

Type

Bow

Effects

Anything that is fired from the bow that pierces the victim will cause the victim to fall in love with the first person they see.

Downsides

None identified

Activation

Firing, piercing

Collected by

Warehouse 8

Section

Pantheon

Aisle

Perseus-1395

Shelf

38509-5138-224

Date of Collection

1429

[Source]


OriginEdit

In Greek mythology, Eros, whos Roman counterpart was Cupid, was a god of love and lust, had arrows that could both make a person fall in love and cause overwhelming hate. Some accounts see him as a primordial god, while others see him as a son of Aphrodite.

EffectsEdit

Needing no ammunition, arrows appear for this bow as it is drawn. When a fired arrow hits a human, it causes them to fall deeply in love with the first other human they see. The effects can be countered by causing the second party to express outspoken hatred for the first, of by hitting the victim with another arrow.

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