Cleopatra's Perfume Jar
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Perfume Jar


Lowers inhibitions of men, heightens attraction of women


Causes relationships to end spectacularly


Smelling the perfume

Collected by

Warehouse 2


Ancient Archives





Date of Collection

30 BC


Origin[edit | edit source]

Cleopatra was the last active pharaoh of post-ancient Egypt. Descended of Macedonian Greek and native Egyptian families, she learned Egyptian as her language and presented herself as the reincarnation of the goddess Isis. She married her brothers as custom but became sole sovereign, solidifying her power base with the support of Julius Caesar. However, after his assassination Cleopatra sided with Mark Antony to oppose Caesar’s son Augustus. Their defeat at the Battle of Actium ended with their suicides, Cleopatra’s of which was committed by an asp bite. Later historians recorded her alluring beauty coupled with great intelligence.

Effects[edit | edit source]

Contains some of the most perfectly divine fragrance ever concocted. Just taking the lid off the jar to release the smell will mess with the inhibitions of any man who smells it and any woman who puts the perfume on will become irresistible. Any relationship that begins when used will end very publicly and disorganized.

Storage and Handling[edit | edit source]

Stored in the Ancient Archives on the Second Floor. Kept at the back of the Section close to the stairs to the next floor.

Neutralizer gloves are mandatory. Do not open the Jar in order to prevent the release of the smell.

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