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Chrysippus' Wine Bottle
Oenochoe (wine vessel)

Origin

Chrysippus

Type

Wine Bottle

Effects

Increases intelligence and reflexes, normalizes emotional state

Downsides

User will laugh self to death

Activation

Drinking

Collected by

Warehouse 5

Section

Socrates-953A

Aisle

623116-4886

Shelf

632381-9351-490

Date of Collection

472 AD

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OriginEdit

Chrysippus was a Stoic philosopher, who believed detrimental emotions were the product of mistakes in judgment and all events were eventually fated. They desired to be freed from emotions and operate wisely using only clear evidence. Much of his writings regarded his beliefs of existence, such as fate, gods, logic and ethics. One day, he told one of his slaves to let a donkey that was eating figs to wash it down with some wine. After seeing the donkey stumbling around drunken, he collapsed and died from a fit of laughter.

EffectsEdit

This artifact was imbued with the power to give whoever drinks from it a boost of intelligence that stimulates the brain and its reflexes. It also alleviates heightened emotional states and mellows the user out to an average emotional level. Afterwards the drinker can feel woozy and feel the need to laugh at everything they see until they die from cardiac arrest and asphyxia.

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