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Caracalla's Bathing Amphora
Caracalla

Origin

Caracalla

Type

Amphora

Effects

Causes the user to develop selfish and aggressive tendencies

Downsides

Slowly turns the insides into boiling water

Activation

Pouring water on someone

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

Unspecific

Aisle

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Shelf

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Date of Collection

267 AD

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OriginEdit

Caracalla was Roman emperor from 198-217 AD and ruled jointly alongside his father Septimius Severus for thirteen years. He shortly co-ruled with his brother Greta after his father’s death until he murdered Great in 211. Remembered by Roman citizens and scholars as a nasty and unpleasant ruler, he authorized many waves of massacres and persecutions during his reign. He also granted Roman citizenship to all freemen within the empire, although many thought it was merely a financial ploy to generate more tax revenue. Caracalla also commissioned a large public bathhouse (thermae) project in Rome, and the remains of the Baths of Caracalla are still one of the major tourist attractions of the Italian capital.

EffectsEdit

Pouring water from the vessel over a person causes them to gain highly self-serving and violent behavior. Small remarks and misplaced looks can cause the person to erupt into a raging fury. Whenever they attain a position of power, they will abuse it to its full extent to satisfy their own pleasures. While in user, the subject’s water mass will slowly revert back into liquid form. It will cause noticeable swelling and then heat up to boiling temperatures, causing the person to suffer from internal drowning and burning simultaneously.

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