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Bust of Diocletian
Diocletian bust

Origin

Diocletian/Diocletianic Persecution

Type

Bust

Effects

Will attack anything Christian, and to a lesser extent Pagan

Downsides

Can move, method of attack changes from time to time

Activation

Seasonal Change/Presence of Christianity or Paganism

Collected by

Warehouse 4

Section

Constatine-77GH

Aisle

153-4920

Shelf

82454-5755-351

Date of Collection

446

[Source]


OriginsEdit

Emperor of the Roman civilization, he helped stabilize and end the Crisis of the Third Century. Along with co-emperor Maximian and junior co-emperors Galerius and Constantius, each ruled over a quarter of the empire. He secured the borders by defeating many of Rome’s enemies, including their usual enemy Persia. He made the government more bureaucratic than it had even been before, while he started to become a more autocratic ruler. His attempt to stop inflation was counterproductive and the Diocletianic Persecution was the last, but also largest and bloodiest persecution of Christians in Roman history.

EffectsEdit

It is against anything Christian, and to a lesser extent Pagan. It can move by itself and create different ways of destroying anything not praising the Roman gods. Its methods of attack change, with its current preferred method being making anything within its gaze burst into flames.

TriviaEdit

  • It gets ansy during Spring Cleaning , which was about the same time the Diocletianic Persecution began.
  • It once got loose and went on a rampage against all the Christian artifacts it could find. The bust was calmed down by Pope Clement VI’s Papal Bulls so agents could neutralize it.
  • It is now strapped in to its shelf a few days before Spring Cleaning to prevent another incident.
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