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Cyrus the Great's Achaemenian Tapestry
Tapestry persian

Origin

Cyrus the Great

Type

Tapestry

Effects

Allows user to temporarily escape from any authority figure or bodily government

Downsides

Steals user's humanity

Activation

Touch

Collected by

Warehouse 3

Section

Cooper-243R

Aisle

369255-4474

Shelf

366726-7988-494

Date of Collection

14 AD

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OriginEdit

Cyrus the Great was the founder of the Achaemenid Empire, which at its height stretched from the Balkans and the Indus Valley to the Middle East and Central Asia. Cyrus the Great respected the customs and religions of the lands he conquered, allowing his civilization to achieve a form of stability and prosperity under a centralized government. May cultures highly regarded Cyrus for his acceptance of other cultures and their rights, while being a strong military and political leader.

CollectionEdit

Originally collected during Warehouse 3 from a cult who venerated Cyrus and his achievements. Centuries later, an agent of Warehouse 13 stole several artifacts, selling them to one Milton Vernon Laswell. He used to tapestry in particular to mask his movements while he committed multiple murders as the Zodiac Killer, researching on the Warehouse. He was eventually captured and bronzed in the early 1970s; the tapestry was one of the few artifacts he employed agents were able to recapture.

EffectsEdit

The user is able to avoid detection from any kind of authoritative figure or governing institution. Long periods of contact will leach off the user’s concern for others until they are completely transformed into a self-obsessed terror.

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