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Eggnog from the Eggnog Riots
Eggnog bottle from civil war

Origin

Eggnog Riots

Type

Bottle of Eggnog

Effects

Causes anyone who drinks it to rebel against authority and authoritative figures in a drunken stupor

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Drinking it

Collected by

Warehouse 12 Agent

Section

Aisle of Noel

Date of Collection

Unknown

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OriginsEdit

The Eggnog Riot took place at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York, December 24-25, 1826. A drunken Christmas Day party in the North Barracks of the Academy caused it. Two days before, a large amount of whiskey was smuggled into the academy to make eggnog for the party, giving the riot its name. The riot involved more than one-third of the cadets by the time it ceased on Christmas morning. A following investigation by Academy officials resulted in the implication of seventy cadets and the court-martialing of twenty of them and one enlisted soldier. Among the participants in the riot—though he was not court-martialed—was future Confederate States President Jefferson Davis.

EffectsEdit

The eggnog causes anyone who drinks it to rebel against authority and authoritative figures in a drunken stupor. The only way to reverse the effect is to drink a mixture of whiskey and neutralizer. (The whiskey dilutes the neutralizer enough to not make one see things if they drink it). The drink has an endless supply that never runs dry.

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