Epicurus' Letters
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Papyrus letters


User will indulge in hedonism without fear


User will perform stunts more dangerous than the last to increase pleasure



Collected by

Originally: Dante Aligheri; Currently: Consultants Nola and Soredens



Date of Collection

Original: 1320


Origin[edit | edit source]

Epicurus was an ancient Greek philosopher. He became famous for his teachings of atheism. He believed that there was no separation of the spirit and body, that life was finite, that gods did not control the events that took place on Earth, and that all creation was just atoms moving within empty space. He lived to be seventy two, though he suffered from kidney stones most of his life.

Effects[edit | edit source]

In proximity will find themselves seeking out pleasure without fear of consequence. The longer the exposure, the victim will seek out greater and greater risks to increase their pleasure

Collection[edit | edit source]

Amidst H.A.R.P.'s hunt for the Infernal Artifacts, Consultant Sordens had another memory flash of Heresy in Brazil. Almost the same time, a ping came in of a series of viral videos from several YouTube users, each doing riskier stunts than the last.

Having been cleared from her status of insanity, Consultants Nola and Sordens flew down to South America to investigate.


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